1991 MS70 ANACS American Silver Eagle By Andrew Gallop’s Coin Club
This is the most popular Numismatic Collector Coin in America!
Perfect to the eye and perfect for your collection. This 1991 ANACS MS70 Silver Eagle Dollar is flawless, making it an impeccable addition to your collection just about any way you look at it. Graded MS70 by ANACS – in Mint State condition with the highest possible grading of 70.
The design for the coin’s obverse is based on Adolph A. Weinman’s iconic image of the flag draped “Walking Liberty” featured on the 1916 half dollar. The revival of this beloved US coin design helped the Silver Eagle become one of the most sought-after silver coins in the world.
The coin’s reverse was designed by John Mercanti and features a heraldic eagle behind a shield. Based on the design of the Great Seal of the United States, Mercanti’s eagle grasps an olive branch in one talon and a bundle of arrows in the other. In the eagle’s beak is a banner with the inscription ‘E Pluribus Unum,’ and above it are thirteen stars representing the original thirteen states.
The coin measures approximately 1.6 in in diameter, with a weight of 1 oz. Of fine silver and is encapsulated – for presentation and presentation.
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