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WTC 1989 PCGS MS69

1989

65

Year 1989
Material Silver
PCGS MS69
Population

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So this coin just came to my attention this morning after Blue Moon Coins sold 10 of the coins. This is the most rare of the WTC $1 silver eagles with only 65 coins know to have been found. This fact has somehow been confirm by PCGS.


So by seeing this picture from PCGS I start having a lot of questions. First I don’t know how to get access to this information as I has always been told by PCGS that no numbers are available from PCGS on the WTC coins. Second if they can give numbers out on one coin they must be able to give numbers out on all coins from the WTC. So I will be calling PCGS today and see what I can find out about this. Now lets look at this picture a we see the PCGS NO 69826 where does that number come from ? Good thing I know the people over at Blue Moon Coins, great people if you ever need some hard to find WTC coins try them out.

New population numbers as of 11 june 2009 PCGS shows 65 coins

Comments on “WTC 1989 PCGS MS69”

tperry said:

The 1989 WTC MS69 Silver Eagle appears to be the only $1 eagle that will ever show a population that is on its own in the PCGS population website. All other $1 eagles were included in the mass population numbers for the same year as an ordinary silver eagle NOT recovered at Ground Zero inside the Iron Mountain Vault. The 1989 WTC MS69 $1 Eagle may someday have a price on the PCGS price guide since it is a separate listed coin. PCGS states that they have not priced the coin yet due to to much variation in the average sells price for this coin. But, what do you expect from a coin that has only 65 examples, they are worth as much as their HIGH Demand and True Rarity says they are and the few proud owners will not be willing to part with the coin knowing that it may cost them a second mortgage later to own another one. This Coin is going to be exciting to watch. It is Truly a part of our American History!

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