2011 ANACS Silver Eagles Andrew Gallop’s Silver Coin Of The Month Club Bullion Special
Tube of 20 2011 ANACS Certified Brilliant Uncirculated Silver Eagles
Are you looking for a fast and easy way to accumulate more of one of the world’s most beautiful coins, the American Silver Eagle? Then an ANACS Certified Roll of uncirculated Silver Eagles may be for you.
For the first time, Numis Network is now offering rolls of uncirculated American Silver Eagles. Expertly graded and encapsulated in the American Numismatic Association Certification Service (ANACS) durable holder, each roll of 20 coins is certified as Brilliant Uncirculated (BU). This means that the coins in each roll are all in Mint State quality with no abrasions or bag marks and maintain their original, full luster. Brilliant Uncirculated coins will range in grade from a beautiful MS60 to a stunningly flawless MS70. Imagine the excitement of potentially having one or more of these beautiful works of art graded as an MS70.
With the current suspension of the US Mint’s production of proof and uncirculated versions of American Silver Eagles, ANACS certified rolls may be the most cost effective means of ensuring that you are obtaining highest quality samples of these coins. And since ANACS guarantees the authenticity and Brilliant Uncirculated grade of the entire roll of coins, you can be assured that each coin will be a valuable addition to your growing collection.
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