$1 2016 3 Coin Set (P)S (W) Silver Eagles NGC MS70 Extremely Rare

1-2016-3-Coin-Set-P-S-W-Silver-Eagles-NGC-MS70-Extremely-Rare-01-gw $1 2016 3 Coin Set (P)S (W) Silver Eagles NGC MS70 Extremely Rare
$1 2016 3 Coin Set (P)S (W) Silver Eagles NGC MS70 Extremely Rare

$1 2016 3 Coin Set (P)S (W) Silver Eagles NGC MS70 Extremely Rare
Low Population (P) 3 83 Brown Label. San Fransisco Mint, 1,356 West Point. Here is a beautiful 3 Coin complete set of Supplemental No Mint mark 2016 Silver Eagles NGC MS70 Brown Label from all three mints. The Population There are only 383(P) Mint Lower & Only 947 (S) Mint & Only West Point 1,356. 2016 (P) – 1,151,500 Third Lowest Mintage In US History. Please all Below this line you may need read what I was able to copy and Past from Coin Weekly. I copied & Pasted some of it below. Bullion coins are precious metal assets whose purity and standardization is guaranteed by a government authority. In the case of the American Silver Eagle (ASE) bullion coin, that producer is the United States Mint. The secondary market was quick to react, and prices for certain ASEs began to rise. Mint then released a brief notice towards the end of May that said the information as originally releasedthe information that was being used to market these P Mint coins and the resulting raise of premiums for themwas incorrect. The statement clarified the Mints position on the matter but also promised a more in-depth announcement by the end of June. Michael White of the United States Mint Office of Corporate Communications, sent out a press release on June 30th, 2017 at 3pm which we have reproduced below. CoinWeek will continue to reach out to PCGS and NGC, as well as the Mint, for further information and clarification and report the results to you as soon as they are available. The information below updates the American Eagle Bullion Note to Editors from the Mint on May 26, 2017, regarding erroneous information that was released on March 20, 2017, in response to a request made pursuant to the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA). The erroneous information, as well as confusion surrounding the Mints use of internal manufacturing tracking numbersspecifically those connected with American Eagle Silver Bullion Coinsresulted in a mistaken belief that some of these coins are rarities. As stated in the May 26 Note to Editors, the Mint offers bullion coins through Authorized Purchasers to provide investors the opportunity to acquire precious metal coins at a slight premium to spot market prices. As such, all American Eagle Silver Bullion Coins are, by their very nature, homogeneous. None of these coins bears a mint mark designating the facility where it was produced. The Mints goal is to ensure that the American Eagle Silver Bullion Coins struck at any of these three facilities are identical and indistinguishable from one another. The results of a comprehensive review by Mint staff are provided here. The information released on March 20 incorrectly stated that the box numbers of American Eagle Silver Bullion Coins minted in West Point in 2015 each had six digits, while those minted in Philadelphia had five digits. 2015 American Eagle Silver Bullion Coins minted in West Point were packaged in one of two ways: manually, or by one of the West Point Mints two Auto-tuber machines. 2015 American Eagle Silver Bullion Coins minted in Philadelphia were all packaged manually. All monster boxes of 2015 American Eagle Silver Bullion coins minted in West Point bore a computer-generated label that included WPM. Labels on manually packaged (or hand-tubed) boxes included WPM, but were not numbered. The box tracking numbers were hand written on the boxes of hand-tubed coins. Labels on boxes packaged by Auto-tuber #1 and Auto-tuber #2 bore WPM followed by a five- or six-digit number. The box tracking numbers were also hand written on the boxes. Box tracking numbers were hand written directly on the boxes. Box tracking numbers 10001 through 10159 were used on boxes of coins minted in Philadelphia. Those same box tracking numbers were also used on coins minted in West Point. Box numbers were hand written on box only. Data on labels did not include box numbers or any sort of Mint identifier. Labels were West Point-specific but did not include box numbers. Mint specific label with number (WPM 00001-WPM 31100). Hand written number on box did not have WPM prefix and may not have had leading zeroes. Box numbers 200001 250200 hand written on box and printed on label. Mint specific label with number (WPM 200001-WPM 250200). Hand written number on box did not have the WPM prefix. No Silver Bullion coins were produced at the San Francisco Mint in 2015. The 2015 P designation in doubt? Its no longer valid dude. Looks like there are victims of a fleecing of a magnitude of epic numbers. She said the buyers would have to take that issue up with the Mint LOL!!!! This whole disaster will make many give up collecting. For countless people who bought these for a investment has found out now that the Golden Cow has turned into a worm. Just imagine if you were one of the people who sunk thousands into the MS70 Coins? Try explaining this mess to your wife? Many victims and several culprits! NGC has said that their designation was correct. They claimed to have propriety knowledge on the (P) coins. Will be interesting to see how they respond. Add a map to your own listings. The item “$1 2016 3 Coin Set (P)S (W) Silver Eagles NGC MS70 Extremely Rare” is in sale since Saturday, February 9, 2019. This item is in the category “Coins & Paper Money\Bullion\Silver\Coins”. The seller is “charles041001″ and is located in Rockville, Maryland. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Year: 2016
  • Total Precious Metal Content: 3 US Ounces 31.10 X 3
  • Brand/Mint: (P) (S) (W)
  • Grade: MS 70
  • Certification Number: On coin holders
  • Precious Metal Content per Unit: 1 oz
  • Country/Region of Manufacture: United States
  • Strike Type: Business
  • Coin: Silver Eagle
  • Certification: NGC

$1 2016 3 Coin Set (P)S (W) Silver Eagles NGC MS70 Extremely Rare