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2020-W 1 oz V75 Privy Proof American Silver Eagle Coin (Box, CoA)


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Limited mintage! Brand new, in U.S. Mint box with Certificate of Authenticity!

These special 2020-W proof American silver eagle coins are easily distinguished from standard proof silver eagles. These have a one-time-only V75 “privy mark” struck on the obverse, set inside an unusual shape that represents the Rainbow Pool found on the National Mall in Washington, D.C. This particular privy mark honors the American and Allied victory 75 years previously that brought about the final end of World War II. The Rainbow Pool shape was chosen because it’s an element of the National World War II Memorial, where millions of visitors stop to think of the greatest war the world has ever seen. 

U.S. Mint doesn’t often privy mark its coins. Actually, just any privy-marked American silver eagle is enough to get many collectors excited. This particular silver eagle is even more special because of its symbolism. In 1945, hostilities finally ceased against the Axis forces in Europe in the spring, and Axis forces in the Pacific in the summer. The most destructive armed conflict in history was finally over. It was the end of an era. Nations who were formerly bitter enemies (Germany, Japan) became close allies – and once-allied nations (Russia, China) became rivals if not outright enemies. 

U.S. Mint chose a suitable coin to symbolize the end of this titanic struggle. On the obverse, Adolf Weinman’s Walking Liberty striding toward the sun on the horizon, bearing branches of oak and laurel (symbolizing strength, victory and power) takes on a whole new meaning… The U.S. and allied nations didn’t seek revenge. They didn’t eradicate their adversaries. Once the war was over, Liberty merely stretched out her hand, welcoming former foes to join her as a new day dawned. “What’s the best way to defeat your enemies? Make them your friends.”  

That’s the message of the 2020-W Proof American silver eagle with its V75 privy mark! Overcome your foes, then lift them up. Show them the errors of their ways. Make them into allies to strengthen your forces for future battles. 

The reverse of this proof silver eagle is the classic Type 1 design, first established by John Mercanti in 1986. We see a potent heraldic eagle behind a shield bearing the stars-and-bars of the American flag. One talon grips a bundle of arrows, the other an olive branch – war and peace. 

It should go without saying that this proof silver eagle is minted to the U.S. Mint’s legendary highest quality standard with a mirror-bright field and delicately frosted designs. 

In 2020, when this privy-marked silver American eagle was first released, only 75,000 were minted (along with over a million regular proof silver eagles). The 2020-W V75 silver eagle forms a single-digit percentage of the entire year’s silver eagle mintage. Two years later, these privy-marked proofs are even harder to find. Don’t let this one get away!

2020-W 1 oz V75 privy proof American silver eagle highlights:

  • Brand new from U.S. Mint in original proof presentation packaging, with certificate of authenticity (CoA)
  • Extremely limited mintage of just 75,000 coins makes this an extremely rare collectible, nearly impossible to find
  • V75 privy mark honors the 75th anniversary of the end of World War II
  • An incredible opportunity to own an instant collector’s item!
  • 1 oz 0.999 pure silver, exquisitely minted to U.S. Mint's highest proof standards
Product specifications
Product TypeProof
Year Minted2020
MintU.S. Mint
CountryUnited States
Mint typeGovernment
Weight1 oz
Thickness2.98 mm
Certificate of Authenticitytrue
IRA EligibilityYes
Dimensions40.6 mm
Face Value/Denomination$1
Obverse DesignAdolph Weinman
Reverse DesignJohn Mercanti
Edge DesignReeded

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