2016 $100 Platinum MS-69 "First Day of Issue" Designation, with "Edmund C.Moy” Signature Label
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- Limited Edition Blue NGC Holder
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- One Ounce of 99.95% Pure Platinum
- First Platinum Eagle Bullion Coin released in two years
- Legal Tender issue from the United States Mint.
In an exciting announcement, the United States Mint has just released the first Platinum American Eagle bullion coin in two years! Launched in 1986, the Platinum Bullion Coin Program was temporarily suspended in 2009 while the United States Mint focused on meeting demand for its gold and silver bullion coin programs. The uncirculated Platinum American Eagle coin was first brought back in 2014 and now again for a 2016 issue. Our exclusive allocation of perfect MS-69 2016 "First Day of Issue" designation with "Edmund C. Moy" signature label American Eagle Platinum coins are available only to IPM clients. These special label coins will be offered for a limited time and a quick sell out of our allocation is expected.
Labor disputes, work stoppages and extensive mining concerns within the world's top platinum producing countries are thrusting the white metal into the spotlight. Call your IPM account executive today and learn why now is the time to acquire Platinum Eagles. Call us to claim yours today at 1(800)781-2090.
Edmund C. Moy, former Mint Director, is a respected author, economist and speaker. Prior to becoming the 38th United States Mint Director, he served as a Special Assistant to President George W. Bush. Moy recruited and recommended candidates to the President for most senior political appointments to cabinet departments and cabinet-rank agencies, presidential boards and commissions. Moy also served in The White House on September 11, 2001 and assisted with the transition to the new U.S. Department of Homeland Security.
His five year tenure at the U.S. Mint is highly celebrated by his peers for introducing huge technological innovations. Moy brought the aging facility into the 21st Century by utilizing advances in digital imaging design, advances in break away dies and the testing of metal flow and compression techniques. The technical achievements that he oversaw ultimately led to the creation of the popular 2009 Ultra High Relief Coin; a very difficult project that he called a “labor of love”. After a successful five years at the U.S. Mint, Edmund C. Moy is often given credit for revitalizing one of the oldest and well-known government agencies in the world.
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