2014 Commemorative Proof of the 1872 Amazonian Dollar (A5)

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This is the 2014 Silver Commemorative Amazonian Dollar. This token is solid .999 Silver, weighing One Troy Ounce at 39mm wide. Small milk spot on obverse at 2 O'clock during manufacturing process, which would prevent this from Grading PR70 - Being offered at a discount from retail - Commemorative would grade at least PR67 if submitted to ANACS

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Width39mm wide
WeightOne Troy Ounce
Composition.999 Fine Silver
Mintage500

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2014 Silver Commemorative Amazonian Dollar. This token is solid .999 Silver, weighing One Troy Ounce at 39mm wide.

This commemorative is based upon J1205 / P1345 the Amazonian design executed by William Barber.
The obverse shows a seated Liberty with sword and shield, stroking an eagle.

The reverse of this token features the Grove Minting Coat of Arms and assayer designation.

The production of the Amazonian Commemorative is limited to a striking of 500 pieces.

This specific example has a small milk spot on obverse at 2 O'clock from a small amount of grease making contact with the coining die during manufacturing process. Being offered at a discount from retail. Commemorative would grade at least PR67 if submitted to ANACS

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2014 Commemorative Proof of the 1872 Amazonian Dollar (A5)

2014 Commemorative Proof of the 1872 Amazonian Dollar (A5)

This is the 2014 Silver Commemorative Amazonian Dollar. This token is solid .999 Silver, weighing One Troy Ounce at 39mm wide. Small milk spot on obverse at 2 O'clock during manufacturing process, which would prevent this from Grading PR70 - Being offered at a discount from retail - Commemorative would grade at least PR67 if submitted to ANACS