Silver Eagle anniversary set! Released to commemorate the 75th anniversary of the U.S. Mint at San Francisco, this set is a stunning addition to any coin collection. This 2012 Silver Eagle set includes the Proof and Reverse Proof Silver Eagles and comes complete with the original box and certificate of authenticity. Both coins feature the “S” mint mark for the San Francisco Mint.
These coins appeal to collectors and investors alike for their beauty and purity. Containing 1 troy ounce of .999 fine Silver, the Silver American Eagle Coin is one of the most highly recognized Silver bullion coins in the world.
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Comments about 2012-S (2-Coin) Silver American Eagle 75th Anniversary Set:
These are BEAUTIFUL coins as we all expect, but both capsules in the set I received were loose and the proof actually popped out when I turned the holder over to examine the reverse!!! This is most likely a problem from the Mint since all the factory packaging appeared to be intact. I don't believe APMEX is to blame in any way. When you pull out the inner holder, be sure to give the capsules a gentle squeeze to ensure they're snapped together firmly. The mounting holes in the inner holder go all the way through, so you can touch both sides of each capsule (and inspect both sides of the coins) without having to remove it from the inner holder.