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In 1986, the first American Silver Eagle was made, taking a step up from the Eisenhower dollar of the 70's. Although the obverse design never changes, the desire to own these prized beauties has only grown throughout the US and the world. What makes these phenomenal coins even better is when they are certified. Every year, we send our new batch of silver eagles out to a highly reputable grading company and they are returned to us with either a MS69 or MS70 grade. NGC and PCGS are the top grading companies in the US and are the only grading companies we deal with so you are rest assured your MS69 silver eagle is the best of the best!
Your 2003 American Silver Eagle MS69 shines with the flawless matte finish of a brilliant uncirculated coin that still looks "freshly minted" even though it's over 20 years old. This "shine" earned your coin an excellent MS69 grade by the top grading agency in the US, NGC. NGC is know for their fabulous airtight holders that state the grade of the coin for collection purposes. The reverse carries the national seal of the United States of America, a regal eagle being guarded by a large shield, each talon holding something. The coin's purity and weight are also featured on the reverse for validity purposes. The obverse design displays a tall and slender Lady Liberty, gracefully walking over the land of the free. She is clothed in a light weight robe that gently flows with every step she takes and her shoulders are draped with the American flag. One arm is outstretched and inviting while the other is carrying a bundle of branches. The obverse is stamped with "Liberty," "In God We Trust," and the coin's year of mintage as well.