“2021 W PCGS MS70 T-2 First Strike American Silver Eagle signed Damstra Designer” is the new Type-2 silver eagle design hosted by the US Mint, featuring a landing eagle that has replaced the famous John Mercanti’s Heraldic Eagle after almost 35 years. The design was created by a new master designer named Emily Damstra. This particular piece is the first strike and is available with her signature along with being rated MS70 by the Professional Coin Grading Service (PCGS). Making it a true collectible for any enthusiast.
The 2021 W PCGS MS70 T-2 First Strike American Silver Eagle is an ultra-luxury item sought after by collectors due to its sheer beauty and the fact that it has made a mark on history, making its worth in the future unprecedented. The silver sheen and the new eagle design has garnered a lot of attraction, making a true successor to the legendary John Mercanti coin.
About Emily Damstra:
Emily Damstra is a freelance artist who is also known as a coin/medal designer and as a science illustrator. She has a Masters in Fine Arts from Michigan University and has designed postage stamps for United Nations Postal Administration and over 40 coins and medals for US Mint as well as for the Royal Canadian Mint (RCM). Her design was chosen from among 39 design candidates. Her inspiration comes from nature which is reflected in her marvelous work which will decorate the 2021 Silver Eagle Type 2 PCGS MS70 First Strike for years to come. * The images are a true representation of the beauty of the coin that you will receive. Once in your hand, you’ll be able to truly cherish their artistic beauty.
The outlook of the coin is simply marvelous to behold. The front of the coin still fashions Adolph A. Weinman’s walking liberty that glows in its magnificence on pure silver, which truly brings out its features in a refreshing way comparatively to previous versions.
Being a “First strike” coin, it symbolizes that this coin is among the earliest coins minted at the time the coin design was approved to be printed by the US Mint. Additionally, it also signifies that the coin was received by PCGS (or a repository approved by PCGS) within one week of the release date of the coin.
The American silver eagle serves
2021 S T-2 NGC PF70 UCAM - ADVANCE RELEASES - GAUDIOSO American Silver Eagle
Only a mere fraction of the tiny 200,000 piece mintage qualify for the ADVANCE RELEASES label designation! That makes this the most exclusive designation yet! The Advanced Release designation means that these coins were sent to NGC BEFORE the official release date of the 2021 Proof Silver Eagles! To top it all off is has been hand-signed by the engraver of the new reverse design Michael Gaudioso!
2021 has brought us new Silver Eagles and a new designation for them, and we consider that a win! These pieces are so limited you will need to act fast if you want one!
NEW Type 2 Reverse
NGC PF70 UCAM graded
Struck in San Francisco
2021 PCGS MS70 T-2 1st Strike American Silver Eagle signed by DAMSTRA Designer
The FIRST EVER BURNISHED Silver Eagle with the Type 2 design signed by the designer herself! Emily Damstra is the mastermind behind the new Type 2 Design everyone is raving about, and she has individually hand signed each certification label.
PCGS has certified each piece in flawless SP70 First Strike, which means the coins are perfect when viewed at a magnification of up to 5x!!
2021 NGC MS70 American Silver Eagle T-2 Edmund MOY
Why “2021 NGC MS70 American Silver Eagle T-2 Edmund MOY” Coin:
“2021 NGC MS70 American Silver Eagle T-2 Edmund MOY” is hand-signed by the 38th Director of the United States Mint Edmund C Moy and is certified by the Numismatic Guaranty Corporation or the NGC in termsof its attributes, grading, and authentication; graded as MS70. This means it is a flawless piece and a fine addition to any collection, making it highly desirable and a smart long-term investment.
The 2021 NGC MS70 American Silver Eagle T-2 Edmund MOY coins are an ultra-rare luxury sought after by the collectors due to their sheer beauty and the fact that they have replaced John Mercanti’s rendition of bald eagle with the new design, created by Emily Damstra. Make the coin Type 2 and add the signature of Ed Moy to it and you have yourself an indispensable asset.
The American silver eagle serves as the United States’ official silver bullion coin which has the face value of one dollar and contains one troy ounce of 99.9% pure silver. The original Ed Moy signature further adds to the value of the coin.
The Outlook Of The Coin:
The outlook of the coin is simply marvelous to behold. The silver core really brings out the beauty and the craft that has been put into the coin. There aren’t many coins with this level of artistic beauty which makes it more of an art piece than a currency. All in all, it is a marvelous collectible item that is must to have for any coin collector who considers their collection to be complete and valuable.
The landing eagle on the back designed by Emily Damastra symbolizes majesty, beauty, and freedom. A highly detailed and beautifully engraved design that makes the 2021 NGC MS70 American Silver Eagle T-2 Edmund MOY stand out from a thousand coins.
Being a “MS70” coin, it symbolizes that this coin was received by NGC (or a repository approved by NGC) soon after the release date of the coin.
The coin hosts the latest of the inaugural designs, the back of which is Emily Damstra’s rendition of the Heraldic Eagle containing the following elements:
Landing eagle holding an olive branch in its talons
E PLURIBUS UNDUM written on the right side, just behind the eagle
Along the borders, it reads “UNITED STATES OF AMERICA” and “1 OZ FINE SILVER~ ONE DOLLAR”
The front has a classical lady liberty design, designed by Adolph A. Weinman. The “NGC MS70” attests to the coin’s condition (which in this case is a perfect 70). What additionally makes it a unique and collectible piece is the fact that this coin is type 2 and has replaced the John Mercanti’s traditional bald eagle design that decorated the mercial silver eagles from 1986.
The Numismatic Guaranty Corporation or NGC offers certification for the authentication of coins having certified over 47 million coins. This additionally includes determining the coin’s attributes and even its incapsulation in the holders. The NGC certifications help determine the value of a coin and on an annual basis, they release a census report that contains information about the coin issues. Since 1995, NGC has been serving as the official grading service for American Numismatic Association.
The certified grading of the coins is based on the “70 Point Sheldon coin grading scale” with strike designation including:
The rare the status of a coin (along with features like hand-signed or dark cored), the better price they can capture. The American Eagle is not only the most beloved, but also the official silver bullion coin of the United States minted on November 24, 1986. No American bullion collection is complete without this marvelous piece of art.
* The images are a true representation of the beauty of the coin that you will receive. Once in your hand, you’ll be able to truly cherish their artistic beauty.
2021 W PCGS PR70 American Silver Eagle T-2 First Strike signed by Emily DAMSTRA
On Ms. Damstra’s hand-signed coin, the image depicts the new Eagle landing with the reverse silver eagle taking off with outstretched wings. However, there is more to the image on this legendary coin though. This Type 2 reverse image is a brilliant display of the elegance and strength of the eagle preparing to gain dominance over its perch. Underneath is an oak branch that also signifies stability and a strong foundation.