2006 First Strike Ms 69 # 243
Presenting a very rare 2006 $1 Silver Eagle in First Strike. The coin carries a grade of Mint State 69. This coin was one of the first coins minted for this year. The coin is well struck with all the details being sharp and clean. You can see the lines on Miss Liberty’s dress, the sun, the wreath, and the branches. The coin design shows Lady Liberty walking toward the sun “and the dawn of a new day.” She is carrying laurel and oak branches to symbolize military and civil victory, and her outstretched arm represents her attempts to impart the spirit of liberty to others.
This Silver Eagle is of great worth and value to the collector looking to fill out their Silver Eagle Set! This exceptional coin has no spots or any other issues. We guarantee that everything we sell is authentic as described.
NGC uses a numeric grade to succinctly describe a problem-free coin's condition. Certain coins, however, require a more nuanced description of their condition and appearance. For these coins, NGC graders follow the numeric grade with a designation, often called a "Strike Character." This coin is one step away from perfection, which carries a numeric grade of 70.
- OriginUnited States
— 2006 $1 Silver Eagle in First Strike
— Mint State 69 by NGC (Numismatic Guaranty Corporation)
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