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PCGS Number: 9887cam Coin Date: 1995-W Denomination (Short): $1 Denomination (Long): Silver dollar Desg: PR Prefix: Scarce Issue Mint Mark: W Composition: 99.93% silver, 0.007% copper Mintage: 30,125 Strike Type: Proof Coinage Type: Silver eagle Coinage Years: 1986-Present Mint Location: West Point Diameter: 40.6 Fineness: 0.993 Weight (Grams): 31.03 Weight (Ounces): 1 Designer: Obv: Adolph Weinman; Rev: John Mercanti Edge: Reeded Obverse Description: The obverse design features a refreshed depiction of Adolph A. Weinman’s full-length figure of Liberty in full stride, enveloped in folds of the flag, with her right hand extended and branches of laurel and oak in her left. Reverse Description: The reverse design features a stylized heraldic eagle design by John Mercanti. General Notes: Production of proof American Silver Eagles has been consistent since 1986, with the lone glaring exception of 2009, when a shortage of silver blanks amidst soaring demand for bullion led to a forced hiatus of proof silver eagles. Many proof variants have been struck since 2006, when the first reverse proof was struck and proved quite popular with collectors. Other reverse proofs issued since have also enjoyed great demand, and all reverse proof American Silver Eagles trade for many times over spot value. PCGS #: 9887cam NGC ID: CFWX