1995-D 1 Dollar Olympic Cycling PCGS MS69 Mercanti Signed

1995-D 1 Dollar Olympic Cycling PCGS MS69 Mercanti Signed
1995-D 1 Dollar Olympic Cycling PCGS MS69 Mercanti Signed 1995-D 1 Dollar Olympic Cycling PCGS MS69 Mercanti Signed 1995-D 1 Dollar Olympic Cycling PCGS MS69 Mercanti Signed 1995-D 1 Dollar Olympic Cycling PCGS MS69 Mercanti Signed
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Only 78 of these Mercanti-Signed 1995 Olympic Cycling Silver Dollars Exist

This 1995 Silver Dollar was struck at the Denver Mint and commemorates the Olympic Games held in Atlanta Georgia in 1996. It's already one of the scarcest modern commemorative Silver Dollars with a mintage of only 19,662 coins. The obverse, designed by John Mercanti, the 12th chief engraver of the U.S. Mint, features three cyclists and the Olympic Rings. Now you can obtain this elusive Silver Dollar graded Mint State-69 (MS69) by Professional Coin Grading Service. In addition, each label is hand-signed by Mr. Mercanti and sealed with the coin in the holder. This unique double collectible can be yours. But hurry, only 78 exist!

Year of Issue 1995
Country United States
Composition Silver
Condition
Graded
Coins that are inspected, evaluated and graded by an independent, third party grading service. After a grade is assigned, each coin is sonically sealed in an acrylic "slab," preserving the coin's condition.
Grade
MS69
The second-highest grade a coin can obtain, based off the internationally accepted 70-point Sheldon grading scale. A distinction of Mint State-69, otherwise known as MS69, means your almost-flawless coin showcases an impressive full strike and indistinguishable imperfections. With quality well above of the majority of coins in their respective series, many collectors prefer MS69-graded coins for their balance of collector status and affordability.
Currency Type Dollar
Mint Name
Denver - D
To meet the need for a United States Mint location in the heart of the West, the U.S. Government acquired the assay office and private mint of Clark, Gruber and Company for $25,000 in 1863. While a new assay office was immediately set up in its place, the new branch of the U.S. Mint wasn't in full operation until 1906. Initially responsible for minting $20 Double Eagles from Colorado gold, today the Denver Mint produces about 40 million coins a day -- a total of 8 billion coins a year.
Coin Weight 26.73 Grams - g
Dimensions 38.1mm
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