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2011-2017 MS69 ANACS Supplemental Silver Eagle 9-Coin Set

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2011-2017 MS69 ANACS Supplemental Silver Eagle 9-Coin Set
The Eagles have landed. The Silver Eagles, that is. It's one of the most popular silver bullion coins ever issued by the United States Mint. Here's your chance to own a set of special supplemental coins that were minted in Philadelphia and San Francisco instead of at the West Point Mint. Each makes a wonderful addition to any collection, and it's a great way to commemorate a special occasion.

What You Get

  • 9 Silver Eagle dollar coins (S-Mint: 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2016 and 2017; P-Mint: 2015, 2016, 2017)
  • 14-slab wooden box
  • Certificate of authenticity
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The Key Specs

Coin Grade/Condition: MS69 by ANACS
Mint Mark: Philadelphia or San Francisco Mint (no mint mark)
Packaging: Individually encapsulated and in a box

Coin 1

Obverse: Adolph A. Weinman's Walking Liberty striding forward in a flowing gown and wrapped by the American flag
Reverse: Heraldic eagle; inscribed with "1 oz. fine silver" and "One Dollar"
Composition: Approx. 99.93% pure silver (1 oz.)
Diameter: Approx. 40.6mm (1.25")
Weight: Approx. 31.101 grams (1.098 oz.)

Wooden Box

Measurements: Approx. 8-3/4"L x 4"W x 3-3/4"H


Silver Eagle dollar coin
  • One of the world's most popular silver bullion coins
  • Made each year since 1986 in a limited edition
  • Largest silver coin ever produced by the United States Mint
  • Contains approx. 1 oz. of pure silver backed by the United States Government for weight, content and purity
  • Legal tender United States coin with a face value of one dollar

Supplemental Silver Eagle - Philadelphia and San Francisco Mints

  • For years, the bullion versions of the American Silver Eagle have been struck only at the West Point Mint
  • In 2011 through 2014 the United States Mint also produced "Supplemental" Silver Eagles at the San Francisco Mint because of the increased demand for the coin
  • In 2017, the United States Mint also announced that Silver Eagles were minted at the Philadelphia Mint during 2015, 2016 and 2017 plus Silver Eagles were also minted at the San Francisco Mint in 2016 and 2017    

MS69 grading
  • Mint State coins in this condition have absolutely no visible flaws, so they look perfect to the naked eye

ANACS certified
  • As a United States Mint bullion product that carries no mint mark, there is no obvious physical distinction as to where these 2015 American Silver Eagle Bullion Coins were produced
  • These coins have been independently graded and certified by ANACS that each one has been struck either at the Philadelphia or San Francisco

Approx. 99.93% silver
  • Precious-metal coin

Individually encapsulated and in a wooden box
  • Helps preserve each coin's condition during storage and display


2011-2017 MS69 ANACS Supplemental Silver Eagle 9-Coin Set
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  • keeping secrets

    OK i tried to communicate with your company. even after reading some of the comments. (i tried) i purchased two sets of supplimental silver eagles. i had to send one set back because of a coin that a blind man would have seen. graded 69. i i have sent many emails and telephone call, to try to find out how many of these sets were made, but have not received a answer after 2 weeks of trying. the us goverment had to tell how many coins they made but HSN doent have to.customers want to know

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