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Rush Production of U.S. Silver Dollars Creates 2nd Lowest Mintage in History

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One of the most popular ways to buy silver is the Silver Eagle—legal-tender U.S.

Silver Dollars struck in one ounce of 99.9% pure silver. But in early 2020, the U.S. Mint faced two problems: the COVID-19 pandemic, and the resulting increased demand for silver. While prices shot up, the mint temporaril­y shut down the West Point Mint, which strikes each year’s Brilliant Uncirculat­ed (BU) Silver Eagles.

Philadelph­ia Steps Up

To help address this demand, an “Emergency Production” run of Silver Eagles was struck in Philadelph­ia. Production lasted just 13 days, and resulted in the second smallest mintage of BU Silver Eagles ever struck! But how to tell a 2020 West Point Silver Eagle from a Philadelph­ia one?

Certified “Struck at” Coins

Thanks to some skilled detective work, we’re able to offer a limited number of coins certified by Numismatic Guaranty Corporatio­n (NGC), one of the world’s leading third-party coin grading services, as

both “Struck at Philadelph­ia Mint” and “Emergency Production.” They even come graded as near-flawless Mint State-69 (MS69) condition— just one point away from perfection!

Buy More and Save!

We’re currently selling these coins for $79 each. But you can save when you call now and mention the special call-in-only offer code below. The more you buy, the more you save. Call 1-888-201-7639 now!

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