Silver American Eagle Coins (OGP Boxes)

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Silver American Eagle Coins (OGP Boxes)

"Original Government Packaging" or "OGP" refers to the packaging in which a government-issued coin or set of coins is initially sold. It typically includes a protective case and sometimes informational materials about the coins. This packaging helps protect the coins from damage, which can be important for collectors who want to maintain their value.

In the United States, the U.S. Mint issues coins in various packages, including proof and mint sets. If these coins are kept in their original packaging, they are often described as being in "Original Government Packaging." Collectors may find that coins in OGP have a higher value than those removed, as the packaging can offer proof of the coin's authenticity and condition.

However, it is important to note that not all collectors place a premium on OGP. Some prefer to have coins graded by professional services, which involves removing them from their original packaging. Others prefer OGP because it adds an element of historical context to the coin, preserving how it was presented when first issued.

Our Most Popular OGP Box: 2013 U.S. Mint 2-Coin West Point Eagle PF Set

This official U.S. Mint box and certificate of authenticity (COA) were originally used with the 2013 U.S. Mint 2-Coin West Point Silver American Eagle Proof Set. It includes a wooden box and a cardboard box with a sleeve.

About the Silver American Eagle Coin

The Silver American Eagle coin is a beautiful and iconic piece of U.S. currency. It is a silver bullion coin that has been produced by the United States Mint since 1986. It is one of the most popular silver coins and is worth protecting and showcasing with an OGP box.

The obverse of the coin features Adolph A. Weinman's full-length figure of Liberty in full stride, enveloped in folds of the flag, with her right hand extended and branches of laurel and oak in her left. This design is known as "Walking Liberty," it was initially used on the half-dollar coin from 1916 to 1947.

John Mercanti designed the reverse side and featured a heraldic eagle with a shield, holding an olive branch in one talon and arrows in the other, representing the United States' commitment to peace and defense. Thirteen five-pointed stars, representing the original 13 colonies, are arranged above the eagle.

The coin is considered legal tender in the United States and has a nominal face value of one dollar. However, its market value is typically much higher, based on the current price of silver and the coin's popularity among investors and collectors.

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