NGC to Offer Special Labels for 2023-W American Eagle Palladium Coins

In a Press Release last week, Numismatic Guaranty Company (NGC) has announced that it will be offering special labels and designations for the upcoming 2023-W American Eagle Palladium coin. The American Eagle Palladium coin will be released later this week, on September 7th.

On September 7, 2023, the US Mint is releasing the 2023-W Palladium American Eagle in an Uncirculated finish. The Mint has limited the number of coins purchased by a single household to 10 with a mintage capped at a mere 6,000.

Numismatic Guaranty Company® (NGC®) is offering its Palladium Eagle special label for no additional charge to create a distinguished presentation for these historic coins. The label highlights the composition and the distinguished eagle motif from the coin’s reverse. For coins submitted within the first 30 days of release, the popular NGC Early Releases and First Releases designations are also available.

NGC Graded 2023-W American Eagle Palladium (Image Courtesy of NGC)
NGC Graded 2023-W American Eagle Palladium (Image Courtesy of NGC)

Palladium Eagles were first released in 2017 as a one-ounce bullion coin. In 2018, a Proof version was produced, followed by a Reverse Proof in 2019. The coins are composed of 1 troy ounce of .9995 fine palladium.

The Palladium Eagles are high relief and showcase designs by Adolph Weinman, whose work in the early 20th century produced some of America’s most admired coins. A reincarnation of Weinman’s Winged Liberty from the Mercury Dime is featured on the obverse, and the powerful eagle on the reverse is from the American Institute of Architects gold medal.

Submission Instructions

  • Submit this coin under the Modern grading tier or higher.
  • The coin does not need to be submitted in the US Mint packaging.

The following designations are available for this coin:

Designation optionsFeeDirections
Early Releases+$15On the US submission form, select Early Releases under Box 7. See cut-off dates here.
First Releases+$15On the US submission form, select First Releases under Box 7. See cut-off dates here.
(No Releases designation) By default

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