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Low Population Certified American Silver Eagles now Available at MCM!

Low population certified American Silver Eagles

2004 & 2006 American Silver Eagles

Low population dates are now available from MCM!

Since production began in 1986, the American Silver Eagle has been favored among numismatists and stackers for its weight, purity, and design. The obverse was designed as a modern adoption of Adolph A. Weinman’s Walking Liberty, which was used on U.S. half-dollars from 1916 until 1947. Many consider Weinman’s Walking Liberty to be one of the most beautiful designs in American numismatic history. The reverse of the American Silver Eagle was designed by American sculptor and engraver, John Mercanti, who is responsible for many U.S. and world coin designs, including the 2016 Australian Wedge Tailed Eagle.

While the design has remained the same throughout the entire American Silver Eagle series, the mintage figures have widely varied. MCM is proud to offer Silver Eagles from 2004 and 2006, which have very low PCGS populations for MS70 First Strike graded coins. This is the highest grade that a coin can receive. PCGS’s definition of MS70 states that this grade has a full, complete strike.

PCGS Population reports show that out of 21,952 total coins, only 1,585 2004 Silver Eagles have been graded as MS70 First Strike! That’s only 7% of all 2004 Silver Eagles graded by PCGS!

Out of 150,970 total 2006 Silver Eagles graded by PCGS, only 712 coins were graded as MS70 First Strike! That’s less than 1% of all 2006 Silver Eagles graded by PCGS!

Don’t miss your chance to add one of these coins to your collection. These high grades are definitely not easy to find. This could be your only chance! Order today and get free shipping on all American Silver Eagles with no minimum.

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