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2017 PR70 FDOI LE 499 American Liberty Silver Medal

2017 PR70 ANACS FDOI LE 499 American Liberty Silver Medal

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2017 PR70 ANACS FDOI LE 499 American Liberty Silver Medal
Celebrate the anniversary of the United States Mint with this icon of Americana — Lady Liberty. This gorgeous silver medal also features a high-relief finish. Add it to your collection or make a special gift to a very special person with this First Day of Issue Limited Edition medal.

What You Get

  • 2017 American Liberty silver medal
  • Wooden window box
  • Certificate of authenticity
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The Key Specs

Coin Grade/Condition: PR70 Proof DCAM by ANACS
Mint Mark: Philadelphia Mint
First Day of Issue: Yes
Limited Edition: 499
Packaging: Encapsulated and in a wooden box

Coin 1

Obverse: Profile of Liberty wearing a crown of stars. Inscriptions are "LIBERTY," "1792" and "2017"
Reverse: Reverse: Depicts a bold and powerful eagle in flight, with eyes toward opportunity and a determination to attain it. Inscriptions is "UNITED STATES OF AMERICA"
Composition: Approx. 99.99% silver
Diameter: Approx. 40.5mm (1.59") in diameter
Weight: Approx. 31.103 grams (1.09 oz.)

The Basics - Box

Measurements: Approx. 5-3/8"L x 4"W x 1-1/2"H
Country of Origin: China


American Liberty 225th Anniversary silver medal
  • Commemorates the 225th anniversary of the United States Mint

Approx. 99.99% silver
  • Precious-metal medal

Graded PR70 by ANACS
  • A Proof medal 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

Deep Cameo (DCAM)
  • Deeply frosted images and lettering that contrast with the mirrored background to produce extra sharp details

First Day of Issue Limited Edition of 499
  • Only 499 medals carry this special designation; After they sell out, no more may be designated First Day of Issue

Encapsulated in ANACS slab
  • Helps protect the medal's graded condition during storage and display

Wooden window box
  • Perfect for display, storage or gift giving


2017 PR70 ANACS FDOI LE 499 American Liberty Silver Medal
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  • 2017 PR70 Review of American Liberty Silver Medal

    Great coin but HSN higher priced than competition.

    Fasteddieslye, NY
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  • Impressive !

    This is really a magnificent coin. Whether it increases in value or not- the design is stunning. I'm very happy to own one of these unique medals.

    akaimi, CA
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  • Silver and Gold

    Much more affordable than the gold version, this silver high relief, 225th Anniversary struck Liberty is a very nice coin. I thought that the history book of the 225 years of US minting would have been included, as if purchased from the mint. To my surprise and disappointment, it was not.

    PsCoin, MI
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  • I thought it was a coin...

    I got this because I thought I was buying a coin, not a medal. I missed that fact in the presentation, somehow. And it was a "coin" show, not a "medal" show. I may have considered keeping it if it was a coin, though, but I do not collect 'medals' for investment or hobby.

    NYC10012, NY
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