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1988 MS 69 American Silver Eagle

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1988 MS 69 American Silver Eagle

1988 MS 69 American Silver Eagle

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American Silver Eagle Description:Obverse: Depiction of a walking lady liberty, the same design that first appeared on U.S. silver half dollars from 1916-1947, date and the words “LIBERTY” “IN GOD WE TRUST” Reverse:depiction of a heraldic eagle with the words “1 oz. FINE SILVER – ONE DOLLAR” “UNITED STATES OF AMERICA” Composition/Weight: 1 oz. pure silver (.9993 silver .0007 copper) reeded edge Designers: Adolph A. Weinman (obverse) John Mercanti (reverse) Face Value: $1 Mint Locations: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, San Francisco, California and West Point, New York Years Minted: 1986 – present The American Silver Eagle coin is produced by the United States Mint and is the largest selling silver coin issued by any government mint. The United State Mint produces all the coins for circulation in the United States from its Philadelphia, Denver and San Francisco operations. The U.S. Mint operates a mint in West Point, New York solely for the purpose of producing American Silver and Gold Eagle and American Buffalo gold coins. The United States Mint once also operated mints in Carson City, Nevada (1870-1893) andNew Orleans, Louisiana (1838 to 1861 and from 1879 to 1909). In 2013 the U.S. Mint sold a record 42.675 million American Silver Eagle coins and has sold well over 350 million from 1986 through 2013. Sales of U.S. Silver Eagles in 2014 are expected to equal or exceed 2013 sales. The American Silver Eagle coin commands among the top premiums of any government minted silver coin. The United States Mint also produces American Gold Eagle and gold American Buffalo coins for sale.