The American Silver Eagle State Series Collection is one of the most sought after collections among those offered through the 7K Metals autoship program and has become one of my personal favourites.
Each month on the 8th I get an email telling me that my latest coin is on its way and by the 12th it has arrived. I will never get tired of the excitement of opening up the package to see which State I've received this month.
I will list the coins below in the order in which I've received them.
This series comes with the lowest cost of the autoship programs. The other programs include the animal series and also a variety series of both gold and silver coins.
U.S. Silver Eagle State Series 2020-2021
This is primarily the 2021 U.S. State Series coin collection however some of the coins are from 2020. All coins are MS 70 graded by Numismatic Guaranty Corporation (NGC).
Country Of Isssue
1 Troy Ounce
South Dakota - State 20 of 50
Nicknamed "The Mount Rushmore State", for the monument and tourist attraction that more than 2 million people visit annually, South Dakota is home to the Lakota and Dakota Sioux Native American tribes who make up a large portion of the population.
The geographical centre of the U.S. is in Butte County, South Dakota. Famous author Laura Ingalls Wilder's Little House on the Prarie books are based on her life growing up in the state.
ALABAMA - STATE 13 OF 50
Known as "The Heart of Dixie", Alabama is the home of such southern delicacies as fried green tomatoes, grits and pecan pie.
Also famous for birthing civil rights heroes Martin Luther King Jr and Rosa Parks.
GEORGIA - STATE 14 OF 50
One of the original thirteen colonies, Georgia was actually named after King George II of Great Britain. The "Peach State" is also the home of civil rights giant Martin Luther King Jr.
It's also home of the beautiful Blue Ridge Mountains and the world of Coke museum. In 2016, Georgia overtook California as the state where the most feauture films are produced, with Atlanta being called the "Hollywood of the South".
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SOUTH CAROLINA - STATE 17 OF 50
The 7K State Label for South Carolina stars the Carolina Wren, the official state bird of the "Palmetta State".
Other things that South Carolinians have chosen to represent their beautiful state are wild turkeys, bottlenose dolphins, peaches, striped bass, indian grass, white-tailed deer, yellow jessamine flowers, spotted salamanders and the Sabal Palmetto.
It's clear that South Carolina has a lot to offer!.
WASHINGTON - State 15 of 50
Not surprisingly, Washington State was named after George Washington, the first U.S. President. The state is rich in forestry (Douglas Firs, hemlock and cedar to name a few) and also agriculture and livestock production.
Washington is the 18th largest state although most residents live in and around the Seattle area. It also has a highly liberal population and is often the first among states to legalise new laws.
HAWAII - STATE 16 OF 50
Dramatic cliffs and waterfalls overlooking a vast navy-blue ocean. What better picture could have been chosen to represent Hawaii than the Napali Coast?
Spanning 17 miles, this sacred stretch of coastline is certainly awesome to behold. The "Aloha State" is world-renowned for its untouched natural beauty, unique cultural heritage abd laid-back welcoming atmosphere.
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NORTH CAROLINA - State 21 of 50
One of the original thirteen colonies, North Carolina was first named in honor of King Charles I of England, Carolus being latin for Charles.
North Carolina uses the slogan "First in Flight" on state license plates to commemorate Orville and Wilbur Wright's successful flight of a powered aircraft in the state. Native North Carolinian, James Taylor's song "Carolina on my Mind" has become the unofficial state anthem.
TENNESSEE - STATE 19 OF 50
Tennessee earned its nickname "The Volunteer State" during the War of 1812 when many Tennesseans stepped up to help the war affort and then again during the Mexican-American War in 1846 when the state sent 10 times more soldiers than requested.
Now it's known more as the home of country music mecca, Nashville, and Elvis Presley's Graceland residence and tomb which are found in the city of Memphis.
ALASKA - State 24 of 50
Did you know that Alaska, also called "The Last Fronteir", is actually in both the Western and Eastern hemispheres?
It's also home to Mount McKinley (Denali), the highest peak in North America. Alaska's glacial coast is featured in the image on this coin.
ILLINOIS - STATE 22 OF 50
Illinois, "The Land of Lincoln" has actually been the home of three US presidents when elected: Abraham Lincoln, Ulysses S. Grant and Barack Obama. Ronald Reagan was elected from California, but was actually born and raised in the state.
So no matter your political affiliation, you can appreciate Illinois' contribution to United States governance.
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American Silver Eagle Series Final Thoughts
I absolutely love these coins and can't wait to add more to my collection.
Each month I'll add a new coin until I have the whole Silver Eagle MS 70 set.