2021 1 oz Platinum American Eagle Proof 70 Coin Description:
History of the coin: This is the first year for a new Platinum series, the First Amendment to the United States Constitution featuring newly designed one-ounce 99.95 percent platinum proof coins. This five-year series (2021-2025) will reflect the five freedoms in the First Amendment —“Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the Government for a redress of grievances.”
The 2021 Platinum American Eagle coin is the first coin in the new First Amendment program series which focuses on Freedom of Religion. The Obverse design depicts a seedling and an acorn surrounded by the inscription “WITH FREEDOM OF RELIGION LIBERTY GROWS.” The reverse design for this series depicts an eagle in flight, an olive branch in its talons.
Each coin contains 1 oz. of .9995 Platinum
First coin in the new series "First Amendment to the United States Constitution Platinum Proof Coin Series"
Perfect Proof 70 condition graded by NGC
Hand signed label by Ed Moy, 38th U.S. Mint Director
Obverse design depicts a seedling and an acorn surrounded by the inscription “WITH FREEDOM OF RELIGION LIBERTY GROWS.”
Reverse design for this series depicts an eagle in flight, an olive branch in its talons.
Backed by the United States government
Why invest in the coin? The U.S. Gold Bureau is committed to ensuring that our clients receive only the highest quality pieces when they purchase through us. Our inventory includes only top-level PF70 coins, as graded by the Numismatic Guaranty Corporation (NGC). Additionally, all Proof 70 coins purchased through the U.S. Gold Bureau are accompanied by a one-of-a-kind certification label hand-signed by the 38th Director of the United States Mint, Edmund C. Moy. After serving as Special Assistant to President George W. Bush for over five years, Moy was appointed as Director of the U.S. Mint, a position he served in for five years.