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The American Silver Eagle series is an ideal way to collect coins that not only carry numismatic value but also have US history embedded into its very design. This prestigious series began its journey as a coin collection in 1986 and has kept coin collectors and investors coming back ever since. The Lady Liberty graces every silver eagle to honor all of the sacrifices our military has made to continue to make the US the land of the brave. The US Coat of Arms is also featured on every silver eagle to represent America's desire for peace but also its strength when war arises. The 13 stars above the Coat of Arms represents the original 13 colonies. Although the US Mint has no plans on changing the design of the silver eagle, many collectors enjoy grabbing them for grandchildren, military personnel, or just as a silver token to commemorate something special.
Your 2001 American Silver Eagle MS69 has been graded by NGC and comes encased in an airtight holder and a label that states the grade earned. The MS69 silver eagles are an easy and accessible way to collect higher value coins as a reasonable rate. The Lady Liberty, located on the obverse of the silver eagle, resembles a Grecian goddess. She is lightly clothed in a loose robe that gently blows against the wind. The American flag is delicately draped over her boney shoulders as both arms are occupied. One arm is extended, as if it’s inviting you to come along, and her second arm is holding a bundle of branches. There is a rising sun behind the Liberty that shines gloriously over the land. The words, "Liberty," "In God We Trust," and the coin's date of mintage are also stamped onto the obverse. The reverse displays a large eagle, protected by a shield, and holding items in both of his talons.