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2018-S PF70 NGC Early Release Ultra Cameo Silver Eagle Dollar Coin

2018-S PF70 NGC Early Release Ultra Cameo Silver Eagle Dollar Coin

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2018-S PF70 NGC Early Release Ultra Cameo Silver Eagle Dollar Coin
Collecting silver eagles? Here's a special one. This PF70 NGC "Proof Perfect" coin boasts an ultra cameo finish as well as a picture of the Golden Gate bridge on the grading slab to highlight that it was issued by the San Francisco Mint. Be the first on the block to add it to your collection and consider getting extras to give away as gifts. Hurry, before this eagle gets away!

What You Get
  • 2018 S-Mint PF70 Proof Early Release Ultra Cameo Silver Eagle dollar coin
  • Wooden window box
  • Certificate of authenticity

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  • All coin items considered for return must be in their original condition as sold. Seals and cases contribute to the value of the coin and currency collectibles and must remain intact and unbroken. This applies but is not limited to: grading cases, Mint and Proof cases and packages, bag seals, original government sealed packaging and/or any other special packaging or containers.

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The Key Specs

Coin Grade/Condition: PF70 Proof by NGC
Mint Mark: San Francisco Mint
Packaging: Encapsulated and in a window 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 troy oz.)
Diameter: Approx. 40.6mm (1.598") in diameter
Weight: Approx. 31.103 grams (1.1 oz.)


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


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

San Francisco Mint
  • This year, in addition to issuing proof silver eagles from the West Point Mint, the United States Mint also issued a proof silver eagle from the San Francisco Mint
  • This early release coin also features the Golden Gate Bridge on the grading slab

Graded PF70 by NGC, an independent, third-party grading company
  • A 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

Ultra Cameo finish
  • Proof finish on flat surfaces and DCAM frosted finished on raised parts of design
  • The high contrast between the two finishes is designated as Ultra Cameo

Encapsulated and in a window box
  • Helps protect the coin's graded condition during storage and display
  • Upscale presentation box for gift giving or display


2018-S PF70 NGC Early Release Ultra Cameo Silver Eagle Dollar Coin
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  • silver dolar coin.

    I saw the coin. It was interesting. The red bridge made a nice frame. I entered the info into my coin listing and put the coin away in a drawer.

    dianew7lqv, WA
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