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2015 PR70 ANACS U.S. Marshals Service 225th Anniversary Silver Coin

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2015 PR70 ANACS U.S. Marshals Service 225th Anniversary Silver Coin 
Honor America's living and fallen U.S. Marshals with this coin commemorating the 225th anniversary of the U.S. Marshal Service. This handsome silver coin promises to make a terrific addition to any collection of United States silver coinage.

What You Get

  • 2015 U.S. Marshals silver coin
  • Wooden display box 

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The Key Specs

Coin Grade/Condition: Graded PR70 (Proof) by ANACS
Mint Mark: Philadelphia Mint
Packaging: Encapsulated

Coin 1

Obverse: U.S. Marshals Service star and the silhouettes of deputies on horseback pursuing an unseen fugitive, symbolizing a famous posse so prevalent in the Old West Inscriptions include "LIBERTY," "1789 - 2014," "IN GOD WE TRUST" and "2015."
Reverse: Frontier U.S. Marshal leaning against a post, holding a "wanted" poster with the inscription "WANTED IN FT. SMITH" Additional inscriptions include "JUSTICE INTEGRITY SERVICE," "E PLURIBUS UNUM," "UNITED STATES OF AMERICA," and "$1"
Composition: 90% silver
Diameter: Approx. 38.1mm (1.5")
Weight: Approx. 26.73 grams (0.94 oz.)

The Basics - Box

Measurements: Approx. 4"W x 1-1/2"H x 5-3/8" Deep

Features

U.S. Marshals Service 225th Anniversary coin
  • Issued in 2015 to commemorate the 225th anniversary of the U.S. Marshals service
  • Honors those Marshals who have made the ultimate sacrifice in the line of duty
 
Graded PR70 (Proof) by ANACS 
  • Proof coin with the highest possible grading of 70
  • Struck at least twice on highly polished coin blanks to bring out the mirrored background and high-relief images
  • ANACS is an independent, third-party grading company
 
90% silver
  • Precious-metal coin

Encapsulated
  • Helps protect coin's graded condition during storage and display

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2015 PR70 ANACS U.S. Marshals Service 225th Anniversary Silver Coin

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  • WOW 2015 PR70 U.S. marshals service

    Hard to come by in PR70 with the other third party graders and very expensive. ANACS does a great job and the coin looks PERFECT. This is a very reasonable price. HSN has not raised their price on this item after finding out that this series doesn't grade well. Small percentage come out PR70. Love the red oak presentation box as well!

    jpjeff, CA
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  • Review of coin purchase.

    Excellent coin; very happy with purchase.

    Fasteddieslye, NY
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  • The right design for the coin

    Love the way the star is formed and the first U.S. Marshal is shown with his six guns.

    Specialforcesguy, NC
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