Certified American $25 Gold Eagle 2009 MS70 NGC

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  • Description:

    The Certified American $25 Gold Eagle 2009 MS70 NGC appeals to collectors because of the appealing MS70 grade. When a BU coin is sent in for grading, it can come back with a grade ranging anywhere from MS60-MS70. Since MS70 is the highest grade a coin can earn, it is also the most coveted. The Certified American $25 Gold Eagle 2009 MS70 NGC is a bullion coin graded by NGC, and comes encased in an official NGC holder for verification and protection.

    The design, used for the American Gold Eagle, was created by Augustus Saint-Gaudens in 1907 and repurposed in 1986 for the gold eagle. The Lady Liberty design has been used as a symbol of patriotism since the US began minting their own currency and her message of courage and power still reigns true. Dressed in a light robe, Lady Liberty is depicted as a warrior, with only a torch and an olive branch as her weapons. The word, "Liberty," is written above her head, and 50 small stars encircle the coin's rim. The reverse displays the American Bald Eagle, making a nest with olive branches. There isn't a more deserving coin that perfectly encapsulates the American spirit!

    Coin Highlights
    -Backed by the US government and contains a USD value of $25.
    -NGC verified MS70 grade
    -Protected in a certified holder with NGC's signature.
    -Obverse:Depicts Lady Liberty carrying a torch and olive branch, alongside the coin's date, and 50 gold stars representative of the 50 states.
    -Reverse:Two nesting bald eagles are accompanied by the coin's weight/purity.

  • Details:
    • Denomination: N/A
    • Year: 2009
    • Diameter: N/A
    • Mint Mark: N/A
    • Thickness: N/A
    • Grade: N/A

Customer reviews

★★★★ certified golden eagle
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slabs on last two golden eagle ms70 coins ordered are scratched and/or have abrasions on them - no biggie as the coins are undamaged. No biggie but it would be nice to have them in unscratched slabs.