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Numismatics

Endeavor Metals Group has a large assortment of silver numismatics. Numismatic coins typically have a higher value than the coin’s metal content as the coin’s rarity, condition and grade come into play. They are graded using the Sheldon Coin Grading Scale which is a scale used by numismatists to assess a coin’s condition. The grading scale runs from 1-70, with 70 being the highest or the “perfect” grade. A “perfect” grade of 70 means there are no marks, even when using an eye loupe or magnifier, and the color, luster and strike are exceptional. Grades 68-69 are still near exceptional levels as the main difference would be small light marks that will be visible upon closer inspection. Besides the physical appeal of numismatics, every year there are a maximum number of coins struck by their refineries and from that, only so many will achieve that “perfect” MS70 or Mint State 70 rating. This is the basis of the coin's rarity. We only stock the finest precious metals for our customers, so the silver numismatics offered are top of the line in the grading scale.

One of the best ways to begin a numismatic portfolio is purchasing coins from a particular series. When starting a collection, you can begin with a set of coins that are in chronological order, segregated by mint, or error/die varieties. Who wouldn’t want a complete set of coins that is the whole date range of Silver Eagles, from when they began minting, to our current year as well as in the best conditions, Mint State 70. For example: 1986-2022 PCGS MS70 Silver American Eagle Collection. For some collections, we also have notable people in the precious metals world hand sign the grading label. Throughout so many different type of coins, silver numismatics are a great way to invest in a rare and desirable piece of history.

Endeavor Metals Group has a large assortment of silver numismatics. Numismatic coins typically have a higher value than the coin’s metal content as the coin’s rarity, condition and grade come into play. They are graded using the Sheldon Coin Grading Scale which is a scale used by numismatists to assess a coin’s condition. The grading scale runs from 1-70, with 70 being the highest or the “perfect” grade. A “perfect” grade of 70 means there are no marks, even when using an eye loupe or magnifier, and the color, luster and strike are exceptional. Grades 68-69 are still near exceptional levels as the main difference would be small light marks that will be visible upon closer inspection. Besides the physical appeal of numismatics, every year there are a maximum number of coins struck by their refineries and from that, only so many will achieve that “perfect” MS70 or Mint State 70 rating. This is the basis of the coin's rarity. We only stock the finest precious metals for our customers, so the silver numismatics offered are top of the line in the grading scale.

One of the best ways to begin a numismatic portfolio is purchasing coins from a particular series. When starting a collection, you can begin with a set of coins that are in chronological order, segregated by mint, or error/die varieties. Who wouldn’t want a complete set of coins that is the whole date range of Silver Eagles, from when they began minting, to our current year as well as in the best conditions, Mint State 70. For example: 1986-2022 PCGS MS70 Silver American Eagle Collection. For some collections, we also have notable people in the precious metals world hand sign the grading label. Throughout so many different type of coins, silver numismatics are a great way to invest in a rare and desirable piece of history.

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