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When collectors are interested in upgrading their American Silver Eagle collection, they first go to the Proof Silver Eagles. Due to their outstanding finish and low mintages, the Proof Silver Eagle series offers more of a rewarding challenge than brilliant uncirculated eagles. Another way collectors take their silver bullion coin collection to the next level is investing in certified coins. Certified coins are more costly, since the act of grading them can be expensive, but also the grade the coin receives can increase the overall value of the coin. When a Proof Silver Eagle is sent for grading, it can receive anywhere from a PF60-PF70 grade. Depending on the grade, the Proof Silver Eagle's value becomes higher since its condition is officially proven. Collectors and dealers alike are more likely to invest in a higher grade coin than a non-certified one.
Your Certified Proof Silver Eagle PF69 1991 is one of 511,000 minted in 1991 by the famous San Francisco Mint. Encased in an official NGC holder, your coin has earned the difficult grade of PF69. The reverse of the silver eagle showcases a proud eagle, protected by a large shield. The eagle's wings are outstretched with the famous Latin phrase, "E pluribus unum," written across a banner. Each of the eagle's talons are grasping onto something: the left holds arrows and the right holds an olive branch. Above the eagle's head, 13 stars remain to symbolize the original 13 colonies that started the United States of America. The obverse highlights the Walking Liberty design that reigned on circulating half dollars between 1916-1947. Lady Liberty contains a tall and slender figure while draped in a see through robe. One arm carries branches while the other is reaching out in invitation.