American Silver Eagle Coins are the #1 silver bullion investment in the world.
Since its inception in 1986, the iconic Silver Eagle has been extremely popular among investors because it’s backed by the U.S. government and is the most distributed and widely-recognized bullion investment in the world.
In fact, the United States Mint has struck over 530 million Silver Eagle Coins and with a single-year mintage record of 47 million in 2015.
All American Silver Eagles have the same iconic obverse, front of the coin, design which features Adolph A. Weinmen’s 1916 Walking Lady Liberty. Lady Liberty is depicted walking towards a rising Sun, draped in the U.S. flag, holding laurel and oak branches.
As of 2021, the back of the Silver Eagle coin carries two different designs.
Type 1, struck from 1986 to 2021, features the famous heraldic American Bald Eagle created by former U.S. Mint Chief Engraver John Mercanti, holding arrows and olive branches alongside 13 stars representing the original colonies. grasps a ribbon with the motto, “E Pluribus Unum,” or “Out of many, one.”
Type 2, struck mid-2021 and forward, features an Emily Damstra designed American Bald Eagle carrying an oak branch with wings outstretched as it prepares to land in a nest. Surrounding the eagle are inscriptions for “United States of America” as well as the denomination, weight, and fineness, and the same motto “ E Pluribus Unum”.
All Silver Eagles are sold as “common date” at GoldSilver.com
That means your order may be all type 1, type 2, or mixed. Same for the year of issue.
Our goal is to source Silver Eagles at the lowest price possible, rather than charging a higher premium for specific years or designs.
Although collectors may prize certain years or designs, you will get the lowest price, more ounces for your currency, by purchasing common date American Silver Eagles.
Common Date 1 oz American Silver Eagles may or may not be previously circulated coins (i.e. pre-owned). And may or may not show signs of wear including tarnishing or oxidation.
Regardless of year, design, or condition, the value of your Silver Eagles’ silver content is not diminished.
American Silver Eagles are also available in sealed 500 oz mint cases, also known as “monster boxes.”