Why Purchase This MS69 2023 American Silver Eagle with a Brown Label?
The first coins of the American Silver Eagle series were struck in 1986. They have been issued annually since then. The Silver Eagle has been a big hit with both collectors and stackers. While major anniversaries in the series often bring some surprises, the 35th anniversary in 2021 actually brought the first major deign change with the introduction of the Type 2 reverse. This Silver Eagle was minted in 2023, marking the third year of issue of the Type 2 design.
- Numismatic Guaranty Company (NGC) certified this coin.
- This issue has a brilliant uncirculated finish.
- This issue was struck from 1 troy ounce of .999 fine silver.
- Since 2021 Silver Eagles include an enhanced security feature in the form of a reeded edge variation.
- This Silver Eagle is dated 2023.
Patriotic Designs by Weinman and Damstra
Obverse: If you’re looking for the date, it’s located on this side near the lower edge. The work of Adolph A. Weinman is displayed on the obverse. Weinman’s artist initials actually appear on this face of the coin as well. This design shows Liberty in stride while she carries a bundle of oak and laurel branches, it’s known as Walking Liberty.
Reverse: The face value is inscribed here. The Type 2 reverse which is now standard was created by Emily Damstra. A bald eagle is depicted with an oak branch in its talons as it descends from its flight.
NGC MS69 with a Brown Label
This specimen has a brown label to show its grade from the Numismatic Guaranty Company (NGC). Their experts found it to be nearly free of flaws, so it received the grade of Mint State 69.