With a population of only 136 coins, the 1999 is unequivocally the key to the Silver Eagle series in MS-70. This coin is the crown jewel of any registry-quality collection!
Unlike many other high-grade Silver Eagles, this coin is 100% spot-free.
- Contains 1 oz of .999 fine Silver.
- NGC encapsulation protects and guarantees this coin's perfect MS-70 condition.
- Far and away the scarcest Silver Eagle in MS-70, with only 120* known at NGC and 5 at PCGS.
- Obverse: Adolph A. Weinman’s design showing Lady Liberty draped in an American flag, walking gracefully as the sun rises over a ridge.
- Reverse: A heraldic eagle is shown below 13 small stars, representing the original colonies.
- Sovereign coin backed by the U.S. government.
* Population data current as of September 2016.
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History of the Iconic Silver EaglesUntil 1985, the U.S. government forbade the sale of Silver. Just one year after the Senate decided to reverse this law, the U.S. Mint began producing Silver Eagles. On the obverse, Lady Liberty holds an American flag. The design is based on sculptor and architect Adolph A. Weinman's Walking Liberty design, which has become synonymous with American history and culture.
On the reverse, you will see an American eagle with a shield over its chest. Thirteen stars hang over the eagle's head to symbolize the original 13 colonies, and the American motto appears on a ribbon that dangles from the eagle's mouth. This American imagery makes Silver Eagles highly collectible and allows them to appreciate over time. The longer you hold on to your Silver bullion, the more valuable it becomes.
Like the Gold Buffalos the U.S. Mint produces, Silver Eagles enjoy special prominence in most numismatists' collections. If you want to increase the value even further, consider investing in Early Release or First Strike coins, which arrive at NGC or PCGS, respectively, within 30 days of mintage. Early Release coins often appreciate more quickly.
Whether you are new to coin collecting or an old hand, you will not want to miss out on NCG MS-70 Silver Eagles. APMEX offers an extensive inventory of Silver bullion, so fill your cart with high-quality Silver coins today.
Build Your Coin Collection with NGC MS-70 Silver Eagles from APMEXNumismatists all over the world love collecting NGC-certified Silver Eagles. These beloved Silver coins have a Mint State designation as well as a perfect 70 score from the NGC, which means that the grading experts could find no imperfections at five times magnification. Additionally, the U.S. Mint guarantees the coins' quality and durability, which makes them highly desirable among both collectors and investors.
Building Your Coin CollectionIf you collect Precious Metals for your IRA or your permanent portfolio, you may want to collect Silver Eagles dating back to 1986. You can find both circulated and uncirculated Silver coins in APMEX's inventory, so you do not have to look far to add to your collection. You can also take advantage of volume pricing if you are an investor who wants to build a portfolio. Since Silver Eagles appreciate quickly, you can trust these Silver coins to help you gain wealth.
Store Your MS-70 NGC Silver American Eagles in Storage BoxesNumismatics has become increasingly popular, so you probably have a coin collector in your circle of family and friends. Consider buying NGC-certified Silver Eagles for the numismatist in your life. Add a gift box to your order so you can improve the coins' presentation.
Alternatively, if you want to invest in Silver bullion, Intercept Technology storage boxes can help you preserve your inventory until you decide to sell it. Intercept Technology prevents harmful chemicals and elements from damaging your coins. You might also want Monster Boxes or coin tubes to help organize your investments, while collectors often prefer coin albums.