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2014-W Burnished Silver Eagle MS-70 NGC
2014-W Burnished Silver Eagle MS-70 NGC
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About Burnished Silver Eagles

Burnished Silver American Eagle coins are a special edition of the popular American Silver Eagle bullion coins. The United States Mint introduced these coins in 2006 as part of the American Eagle 20th Anniversary Silver Coin Set.

The Burnished Silver American Eagle coins are struck on specially burnished planchets, which undergo a unique polishing process that gives them a distinct matte finish. This process involves placing the blanks in a container with a specially treated media, such as fine sand, and then rotating them to achieve the desired finish. The result is a coin with a smooth, satin-like appearance that sets it apart from the regular bullion version.

These coins bear the same design as the standard American Silver Eagle coins. The obverse (front) features Adolph A. Weinman's iconic Walking Liberty design, depicting Lady Liberty draped in the American flag, walking confidently toward the sunrise. The reverse (back) displays John Mercanti's heraldic eagle design, which showcases a majestic bald eagle with outstretched wings, a shield on its chest, and an olive branch and arrows in its talons. The reverse also features the inscriptions "United States of America," "1 oz. Fine Silver," and the coin's face value.

Burnished Silver American Eagle coins are minted at the West Point Mint in New York and carry the "W" mint mark to indicate their origin. The coins are struck in one troy ounce of .999 fine silver and have a legal tender face value of $1. Their value is determined in part by the spot price of silver.

These coins are considered numismatic collectibles and are typically produced in limited quantities. They come in protective capsules and are packaged in a satin-lined velvet presentation case along with a certificate of authenticity from the United States Mint. Due to their unique finish and limited availability, Burnished Silver American Eagle coins often command a premium over the regular bullion version.

Collectors and investors appreciate Burnished Silver American Eagle coins for their distinctive appearance, limited mintage, and potential for value appreciation over time. They offer a unique way to own a piece of American numismatic history while also holding a tangible store of precious metal wealth.


About The American Eagle Series

The American Eagle program is a series of bullion and collector coins produced by the United States Mint. It was introduced in 1986 under the authority of the Liberty Coin Act. The program includes four different types of coins: the American Eagle Gold Coins, American Eagle Silver Coins, American Eagle Platinum Coins, and American Eagle Palladium Coins. Each coin series has its own unique design, specifications, and purpose.
  • American Eagle Gold Coins: The American Eagle Gold Coins are made of 22-karat gold and come in various denominations, including 1 oz, 1/2 oz, 1/4 oz, and 1/10 oz. The obverse of these coins features Augustus Saint-Gaudens' iconic design of Lady Liberty holding a torch and an olive branch, while the reverse displays a male bald eagle carrying an olive branch to a nest, where a female eagle and eaglets await. The American Eagle Gold Coins are popular among investors and collectors due to their gold content and iconic designs.
  • American Eagle Silver Coins: The American Eagle Silver Coins are made of 99.9% pure silver and contain one troy ounce of silver. The obverse design features Adolph A. Weinman's Walking Liberty design, and the reverse showcases John Mercanti's heraldic eagle design. These coins have a face value of $1 and are highly sought after by both investors and collectors for their silver content and beautiful designs.
  • American Eagle Platinum Coins: The American Eagle Platinum Coins were introduced in 1997 and are made of 99.95% pure platinum. They come in various denominations, including 1 oz, 1/2 oz, 1/4 oz, and 1/10 oz. The obverse design of these coins features John Mercanti's portrayal of Lady Liberty gazing into the future, while the reverse showcases different themes each year. The American Eagle Platinum Coins are cherished for their platinum content, intricate designs, and limited mintage.
  • American Eagle Palladium Coins: The American Eagle Palladium Coins are the newest addition to the American Eagle program, with the first coins minted in 2017. These coins are made of 99.95% pure palladium and contain one troy ounce of the metal. The obverse design features a high-relief likeness of Winged Liberty (commonly known as Mercury) from Adolph A. Weinman's "Mercury Dime," while the reverse showcases an eagle soaring above a setting sun with inscriptions of the weight, purity, and denomination. The American Eagle Palladium Coins are highly prized for their palladium content and unique design.

All American Eagle coins are produced by the United States Mint and bear the appropriate mint marks indicating their origin, such as "W" for West Point Mint or "P" for Philadelphia Mint. The bullion versions of these coins are typically available for purchase through authorized dealers, while collector versions, such as proof or uncirculated coins, are often sold directly by the United States Mint.

The American Eagle program has gained immense popularity among both precious metal investors and coin collectors worldwide due to its high-quality craftsmanship, iconic designs, and the United States government's guarantee of weight and purity.

If you are comparing the Silver Eagle bullion coin series with bullion rounds like the silver buffalo, silver rounds have lower premiums but bullion coins have government backing and provide numismatic value beyond the intrinsic value of their precious metal content.

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