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Wayne LaPierre Signature Coin To Raise Money For NRA

Wayne LaPierre Signature Coin To Raise Money For NRA

NRA Executive Vice President Wayne LaPierre is joining the ranks of several former U.S. presidents and more than 40 members of the Baseball Hall of Fame in teaming up with 1st American Reserve to provide signature backing for a limited-edition silver dollar.

The American Eagle silver coin comes in a protective case and includes a reproduction of LaPierre’s signature on the label. The 2016-dated coin is graded Mint State 69 on the 70-point numismatic grading scale. Each coin contains one ounce of 99.9-percent pure fine silver, and the grade has been certified by the Professional Coin Grading Service, according to Michael Fuljenz, chief numismatic consultant for 1st American Reserve.

“Mike Fuljenz and 1st American Reserve have been strong NRA supporters for over 10 years,” LaPierre said. “I’m proud to join with them and announce the release of their NRA Signature Series Silver Eagles.”  

Previous editions of such coins have come with signatures of former U.S. presidents, top-level athletes and other notable individuals.

The release is part of a fundraising effort as the NRA gears up for this year’s critical election. For each coin sold, 1st American Reserve will donate $2 to the NRA to help the Association work to preserve our Second Amendment-protected right to keep and bear arms.

The price per coin, subject to change based on the spot price of silver, is $26.99, plus shipping. To get your limited-edition Wayne LaPierre Signature American Eagle coin while supplies last, call 1st American Reserve at (888) 324-2646 or order online by clicking here.

1st American Reserve is the Official Bullion and Rare Coin Expert of NRA Publications. Fuljenz is a Golden Ring of Freedom member, NRA Benefactor member and long-time supporter of the NRA’s Eddie Eagle GunSafe® program. Fuljenz, known as America’s Gold Expert, has won dozens of national and regional awards for his expertise on rare coins.