1986 - 2021 (PSW) Silver Eagle Date Run

$79.95

- 1 coin is automatically shipped each month for $79.95

- 2021-W is the first coin in the Date Run auto-ship program and ships backward: 2021-S, 2021-P, 2020-W, 2020-S etc. until the final coin 1986

- Only 2020 & 2021 include supplemental “Emergency Production” P & S coins

- 40 coins total when program is complete in 40 months

- All coins Certified MS69 by ANACS

- Custom box ships with 2021 (S) coin and an additional box will ship once the previous is filled.

- All coins 1oz of .999 fine Silver

- Will NOT include any coins after 2021 (W) or prior to 1986

Status: Available
SKU:
038019

One of the key collectibles of the last 15 years - An entire ANACS certified MS69 set of Silver Eagles for only $79.95/coin! And now that the type 1 Silver Eagle has come to an end you can get a COMPLETE SET of MS69 Silver Eagles from every year the coin was produced. Including the "Emergency Production" P & S Mint coins from 2020 & 2021. Each coin is a sold-out, limited edition.

Start with the 2021 (W), and each month, moving backwards, you will receive the next coin for only $79.95. Your price will never go up and your delivery is guaranteed for as long as you remain in the program. There are a total of 40 shipments in the program.

Silver Eagles were first struck in 1986, when the American Eagle program began. The obverse features Adolph A. Weinman's beloved Walking Liberty design, displaying a flag-draped Lady Liberty walking with an outstretched, welcoming right arm and a left hand holding olive branches. In the background is the sun and its rays. The design was first used on the Walking Liberty Half Dollar, which was minted between 1916 and 1947. The reverse features a Heraldic Eagle designed by then Chief Engraver John Mercanti. All Silver Eagles are made of 1 Troy oz. .999 fine silver and bear a denomination of $1. The coin is struck annually in both mint state (uncirculated) and proof finishes. All mint state pieces, except the special burnished issues (which bear the W mintmark for West Point), are struck without mintmarks.

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One of the key collectibles of the last 15 years - An entire ANACS certified MS69 set of Silver Eagles for only $79.95/coin! And now that the type 1 Silver Eagle has come to an end you can get a COMPLETE SET of MS69 Silver Eagles from every year the coin was produced. Including the "Emergency Production" P & S Mint coins from 2020 & 2021. Each coin is a sold-out, limited edition.

Start with the 2021 (W), and each month, moving backwards, you will receive the next coin for only $79.95. Your price will never go up and your delivery is guaranteed for as long as you remain in the program. There are a total of 40 shipments in the program.

Silver Eagles were first struck in 1986, when the American Eagle program began. The obverse features Adolph A. Weinman's beloved Walking Liberty design, displaying a flag-draped Lady Liberty walking with an outstretched, welcoming right arm and a left hand holding olive branches. In the background is the sun and its rays. The design was first used on the Walking Liberty Half Dollar, which was minted between 1916 and 1947. The reverse features a Heraldic Eagle designed by then Chief Engraver John Mercanti. All Silver Eagles are made of 1 Troy oz. .999 fine silver and bear a denomination of $1. The coin is struck annually in both mint state (uncirculated) and proof finishes. All mint state pieces, except the special burnished issues (which bear the W mintmark for West Point), are struck without mintmarks.

Grade MS69
Year 1986-2020, 2021
Quantity 1
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