Please call our Purchasing team at (800) 514-6318 to speak to one of our representatives or learn more about How to Sell Silver to APMEX. Access our Dealer Directory   The Philadelphia Mint augmented the output of American Eagle silver bullion coins struck at the West Point Mint. This emergency release 2020 Philadelphia ASE I got from Apmex looks beautiful.

If for any reason, you have a problem, please feel free to call us. The 2020P was a eye opener!! Bullion Silver Eagles do not bear mint marks - Philadelphia releases were identified only by the serial numbers on the sealed monster boxes shipped from the Mint.

However, in a few years it will pay for itself. In comparison, APMEX, one of the U.S. Mint’s authorized purchasers, is currently offering PCGS MS-70 First Strike West Point Mint American Eagle silver bullion coins for just under $50 per coin. The FirstStrike label guarantees that this coin was among those shipped from the mint within the first 30 days of release. No, Excellent quality, beautiful coin, low mintage , dependable seller. All rights reserved, 2019-S Enhanced Reverse Proof American Eagle silver dollar debuts, Proof 2020-W American Eagle silver dollar one of first products for new year, Privy-marked Proof American Eagle silver dollar on Mint schedule, Rare medieval silver penny found by metal detectorist sells, Monday Morning Brief for Nov. 9, 2020: A frustrating experience, ANA Money Museum re-opens in Colorado Springs with restrictions, Buy & Sell Coins Online at the Coin World Marketplace. Even under a powerful loupe it's just flawless. Connect with Coin World:   Sign up for our free eNewsletter

One seller has recorded sales of nearly three dozen PCGS Mint State 70, First Strike Philadelphia Issues at $219.95 each. CHECK OUT COINS FOR SALE IN THESE POPULAR CATEGORIES, Mint details Philadelphia Mint output of 2020 American Eagle silver bullion coins, © 2020 Amos Media Company. The Philadelphia Mint struck 240,000 American Eagle silver bullion coins in April to assist the West Point Mint. Safety precautions taken by the U.S. Mint amid the COVID-19 pandemic resulted in the closure of the West Point Mint on April 15. Back in 2015, intense demand for the Silver American Eagles led the Philadelphia Mint to strike more Silver Eagles. Illustrated is a West Point strike. I've been disappointed with some MS70 coins from other vendors lately but this coin lives up to MS70. Professional Coin Grading Service, Numismatic Guaranty Corp., ANACS and Independent Coin Graders are following the same protocol for authenticating, grading and encapsulating any of the 240,000 2020 American Eagle silver bullion coins at the Philadelphia Mint struck between April 8 and April 20.

The long term value increases!! “Box tracking numbers 400,000 through and including 400,479 were used on boxes of coins minted in Philadelphia.” The monster boxes each contain 25 tubes of 20 coins, for a total of 500 coins in each box. Silver and gold American Eagle production was resumed at the West Point Mint on April 21 after being shut down April 15. Follow us on Twitter. The label is likely to read ‘Struck at Philadelphia Mint’ and/or ‘Emergency Production.’ ”. We provide all of our customers with a refund, return and / or exchange on everything we sell including all bullion and certified coins. Production resumed at the West Point Mint on April 21. The only means by which buyers of the monster boxes and grading services will be able to differentiate the Philadelphia Mint coins from the West Point strikes is by the labeling and handwritten markings on the boxes referencing the box tracking numbers for the Philadelphia coins. The grading services are offering various grading labels to identify the coins as being from the Philadelphia Mint. Obverse: Adolph A. Weinman’s design showing Lady Liberty draped in an American flag, walking gracefully as the sun rises over a ridge. Based on its mintage of 240,000 coins, the Philadelphia Mint 2020 American Eagle silver bullion coin is the second rarest issue in the series since it was introduced in 1986. The coins are indistinguishable, identified only by box tracking numbers. 2015 American Silver Eagle The U.S mint revealed that almost 17 million American Silver Eagles have been minted in Philadelphia from 2014 to 2017, out of which 79,640 were minted in 2015. The closure caused silver American Eagle production to be shifted temporarily to the Philadelphia facility.