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Preserving your silver coin collection in certified holders will make your collection go the extra mile and ensure the validity of your highly numismatic coin collection. A novelty for collectors, the Certified Proof Silver Eagle series also intrigues investors with its competitive low mintages and remarkable mirror finish. Most collectors will send their Proof Eagles in for grading or they invest in already certified coins. Certified coins contain a higher value than non-certified coins, since their condition is stated on the certified label. From a reputable company such as NGC, certified coins are much easier to trade when the time comes and its grade can't be refuted.
Your Certified Proof Silver Eagle PF69 2007 has a freshly struck glimmer due to its flawless proof finish. Earning the admirable grade of PF69, the second best grade to PF70, your coin is not only a lovely coin to look at but it also contains an appealing numismatic value. NGC is the top grading agency and is known worldwide for its impeccable grading techniques. The reverse of the silver eagle features the US Coat of Arms or also known as the national seal. The seal includes a large eagle with wings spread to their limit and the phrase, "E Pluribus Unum," written across its beautiful plumage. There is a shield covering the eagle's chest that resembles the American flag. Each of the eagle's talons are occupied; the left is clenching onto 13 arrows to represent the 13 colonies while the right is waving an olive branch to represent a peaceful nation. Above the eagle's head, there are 13 stars that also symbolize the original 13 colonies.The obverse shows off a beautiful Lady Liberty, adorned in a simple and lightweight robe. The obverse also bears the coin's date of mintage for collecting purposes.