NGC Top 50
37 - 2007-W Reverse Proof 10th Anniversary $50 Platinum Eagle





Coin Details

Origin/Country: UNITED STATES
Item Description: P$50 2007 W EAGLE 10TH ANNIVERSARY SET
Full Grade: NGC PF 70
Owner: bishopjd

Set Details

Custom Sets: This coin is not in any custom sets.
Competitive Sets: NGC PF 1/2 oz Platinum Eagle 1997 - Date   Score: 1886
NGC MS & PF Silver, Gold & Platinum American Eagles 1986 - Date   Score: 1886
NGC PF American Eagles 1986 - Date   Score: 1886
NGC Proof 70 Platinum Twins   Score: 1886
NGC Top 50   Score: 1886
NGC PF Complete Platinum Eagles 1997 - Current   Score: 1886
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Owner Comments:

2007 American Eagle Platinum Proof Coin

Year: 2007
Public Law: 104-208
U.S. Mint Facility: West Point, NY

Designer John Mercanti
Engraver: John Mercanti
Description: "Portrait of Liberty", Lady Liberty looking toward future.

Designer Thomas Cleveland
Engraver: Phebe Hemphill
Description: representing the Executive Branch and depicts a bald eagle with its wings spread wide to represent freedom with a shield at the ready to enforce the laws that guarantee those freedoms.

To help commemorate the occasion of the 10th anniversary of the American Eagle Platinum Coin Program, the United States Mint offered a limited-edition two-coin set. The proof version of the American Eagle Platinum Coin featuring a cameo image floating on a mirror-like background, and the first-time offering a reverse proof version of the American Eagle Platinum Coin featuring a frosted background and an enhanced brilliant, mirror-like finish on the raised elements of the coin. This is an enhanced reverse proof version because it is not an exact opposite polish of the regular proof version. The design elements on the enhanced reverse proof platinum coin were strategically selected to feature the proof, mirror-like finish in contrast to frosted background design elements to enhance the entire image.

Each of the 2007-dated coins carry the "W" mint mark, indicating their production at the United States Mint at West Point. State-of-the-art technology was used to craft the dies for the reverse proof coins.

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