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Just shy of 500,000 Proof Silver Eagles minted in 1992, it is obvious why so many collectors enjoy investing in the Proof Silver Eagles, as much as the BU Silver Eagles, if not more. Although Proof Silver Eagles rarely come with a quantity discount, their numismatic value is higher than the BU counterparts. Since the proof minting process takes almost twice as long as the brilliant uncirculated process, the US Mint makes a significantly less amount each year. Over-exerting themselves in the first year of production, the US Mint only minted over one million proof coins one other time. Collectors have also found that investing in certified coins guarantees a coin's value and is permanently preserved in a coin holder.
Your Certified Proof Silver Eagle PF69 1992 has earned the ideal grade of PF69 and is encapsulated in an official NGC holder. NGC is one of the best grading agencies in the US and is known world-wide for its impeccable grading techniques. Lady Liberty, in all of her glory, is loosely dressed in a lightweight toga that gently moves with the wind on the obverse. The lady has a tall and slender figure that is draped by a large American flag. Both of the lady's arms are occupied; one holding a bundle of branches and the other is extended as if reaching out in invitation. The rising sun encroaches behind her as it offers the hope of a new day. The words, "Liberty," and "In God We Trust," are both stamped on the obverse, along with the coin's date of mintage. The reverse shows the US Coat of Arms with 13 stars above it to represent the original 13 colonies. The reverse also bears the coin's weight and purity to prove its validity.