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The American Silver Eagle has been dazzling not only coin collectors but bullion investors since 1986 with no plans of stopping any time soon. Many collectors and investors have switched their interests through the years to the Certified Silver Eagles. These eagles are BU coins that were sent to grading and can receive anywhere from a MS60 to MS70 grade. When a coin is graded or certified, that can increase the numismatic value of the coin, since it has a high grade. Any self-respecting collector or investor takes interest in the Certified American Silver Eagle and for good reason!
Your 2004 American Silver Eagle MS69 weighs approximately one full ounce of pure silver and comes packaged in an official airtight NGC holder. The holder also contains the label that states your coin earned the MS69 grade. The design, of the silver eagle, was inspired by the Walking Liberty half-dollar that was common currency from 1917-1947. This design received so much acclaim, the US Mint decided to revive it for their first silver bullion collection. Adolph A. Weinman is the German/American sculptor responsible for the beautiful Walking Liberty design. On the obverse of the silver eagle, Lady Liberty is gently clothed in a robe with the American flag cloaked around her broad shoulders. The lady walks without any care, extending her right arm to offer an open invitation. The obverse is stamped with the words, "Liberty," "In God We Trust," and the date of mintage. The reverse reveals a patriotic symbol, an eagle clothed in a shield with its talons clenching onto olive branches and arrows. The olive branches represent peace as the 13 arrows symbolize the original 13 colonies. The coin's purity and weight are also marked on the coin for extra assurance. If you are looking to up your silver coin collection game, then look no further than the certified silver eagle series!