2023 W $1 Proof Silver Eagle NGC PF70 UC Advanced Releases Michael Gaudioso
2023 W $1 Proof Silver Eagle PCGS PR70 DCAM Advanced Release Emily Damstra
2022 W $1 Silver Proof Purple Heart Hall of Honor Dollar Colorized NGC PF70 UCAM First Day of Issue National Purple Heart Honor Mission Label
2022 S $1 Proof Silver Eagle NGC PF70 UC First Day of Issue Gaudioso Mint Engraver Series
2022 S $1 Proof Silver Eagle PCGS PR70 First Day of Issue Emily Damstra Signed
2019 Silver Eagle MS69 PCGS Mint Error Struck Thru Reverse First Strike T. Cleveland Art Deco
2021 W ASE Eagle Landing T-2 PF70 NGC Ultra Cameo Early Releases flag Mercanti
2011-W Burnished ASE MS70 PCGS John Mercanti ASE label w signed John Mercanti and Walter Kole COA #25/300
2021-S ASE PR70DCAM PCGS Type-2 US Mint Limited Edition Silver Proof Set T. Cleveland blue eagle
2017-(P) ASE MS70 PCGS First Strike Struck at Philadelphia Mercanti signed label
2018-W Proof Silver Eagle PR70 PCGS FDOI 1 of 800 Mercanti signed label
2021 $1 Silver Eagle PCGS MS70 Type 1 & Type-2 set Thomas Cleveland Blue Eagle
Graded Silver Coins
What are Graded Silver Coins?
In the United States, coins are graded according to the Sheldon Coin Grading Scale, which can be applied to any type of coin, gold or silver coins, as well as new or old coins. The Sheldon Coin Grading Scale gives a coin a grade from 1 – 70, with 1 being the worst and 70 being the best grade that a numismatic coin could receive.
Who are the best numismatic grading companies?
There are several numismatic coin grading companies out there. However, the most trusted ones are Numismatic Guaranty Corporation (NGC) and Professional Coin Grading Service (PCGS). To grade a coin, numismatists must first have a bright light source and a magnification device of 5x-8x. Next, the coin’s condition is examined to assess the extent of its circulation, if any. Finally, numismatists compare the coin to the Sheldon Scale (which is synopsized below) to determine its grade.
Investing in Graded Silver Coins
From an investor’s standpoint, the overall value of the graded silver coins benefit from the metal value of the coin, the numismatic value of the coin, and also the grade of the coin. The value of the designated grade will increase the value more depending on the population in the grade received. These factors all help determine the price that a particular coin will receive in a price guide, which will ultimately determine what it will sell for on the open market.