U.S. Coin Values: $100 Platinum Eagles (Proof).
About 1997-Present Platinum Eagle $100 DCAM
Proof $100 platinum eagles are generally low-mintage coins, with several proof issues carrying mintages as low as 5,000 pieces. For the first decade or so after the series started collectors ignored the rarity and value presented by the low mintages. That changed and the scarce proof platinum eagles are seeing increasing demand.
Obverse: From 1997-2017, the $100 proof platinum American eagle features an obverse portrait by John Mercanti of the Statue of Liberty's head and crown staring right into the viewer. From 2018-present the obverse design changes to reflect and commemorate symbolic American themes.
Reverse: The reverse design changes from year to year and include motifs with several themes, including the 'Vistas of Liberty' series that shows an eagle in flight over various American landscapes, and the 'Preamble to the Constitution' series representing various American ideals protected in our nation's founding laws and codes.
|Denomination:||$100 / Platinum $100|
|Mint Location:||West Point|
|Coinage Type:||Platinum eagle|
|Designer:||John Mercanti & Thomas Rogers|
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