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1986 S Silver American Eagle PR69 DCAM PCGS

1986 S Silver American Eagle PR69 DCAM PCGS
1986-S-Silver-American-Eagle-PR69-DCAM-PCGS
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  • Title: 1986 S Silver American Eagle PR69 DCAM PCGS
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  • Metal: Silver
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The Silver American Eagle, first introduced in 1986, was the first silver bullion coin produced by the U.S. Mint. Offered here in near-perfect Proof 69 condition as certified by PCGS. This is a DCAM, or Deep Cameo, coin with the San Francisco Mint’s ‘S’ mintmark. Collectors admire the beauty, condition and historical significance of the coin, while investors appreciate its quality and purity.

Obverse

The front of the coin features a rendition of the Adolph A. Weinman Walking Liberty design. Lady Liberty walks toward the rays of a rising sun. An American flag is draped across her shoulder, and she carries branches in her left arm. Above her figure is the word ‘Liberty. Also on the obverse are the motto ‘In God We Trust’ and the year of issue.

Reverse

The American Eagle is shown on the back of the coin as originally designed by John Mercanti. Its wings are outspread, with a striped shield in front. The eagle holds in its beak a ribbon with the motto E Pluribus Unum and in its talons an olive branch and a bunch of arrows. Above the eagle’s head, in a downward-pointing triangle pattern, are 13 stars representing the 13 original colonies. Above the eagle is ‘United States of America,’ and below is the weight of 1 oz. Fine Silver and the face value of one dollar. To the lower left of the eagle is the mintmark ‘S,’ which only appears on proof coins.

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