WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT THE 2015-P Silver American Eagle ICG Brilliant Uncirculated (Struck at Philadelphia)
Through the filing of the Freedom of Information Act lawsuit in 1999, The United States Mint revealed that there were 79,640 of the 2015 (P) American Silver Eagles struck at the Philadelphia. This was the lowest bullion strike than any others minted over the 30 years of American Eagles production.
There have been several times when the Mint had to suspend sales because it could not keep up with the demand. To meet this demand for the 2015 American Silver Eagles minted at the West Point Mint, it was necessary to retool the Philadelphia Mint to produce and issue these coins. Emergency Productions designation certainly increases the desirability and value of American Silver Eagles.
As a result, the discriminating collector search for special coins such as the 2015 (P) Struck at Philadelphia. Through the Freedom of Information Act in 2019, it was revealed that only 79,640 of these Silver Eagles were minted at the Philadelphia Mint out of a total of 108 million Eagles produced in 2015.
ICG has been grading and authenticating coins, tokens and medals from around the world for collectors and dealers since accepting the first submission in December of 1998.
Why Collect/Invest in American Eagles?
Each coin is a work of art in its grace and beauty. The American Silver Eagle bullion coins may be used to fund Individual Retirement Account investments. These silver dollars are a great investment as collectors flock to this rare coin.
Photos are representative of the beauty and appearance of the coin you will receive.