This beautiful coin is one of the most popular and widely collected coins in the history of the United States, partly attributed to its design and accessibility to the public.
Each American Silver Eagle Coin contains one troy ounce of pure silver; and because of its popularity it is now being sold all over the United States carried by different online and conventional stores.
The obverse side (head) is an image of the Walking Liberty designed in 1916 by Adolph Weinman that was used in the Silver Half dollar and was circulated until 1947.
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view our pricesThe reverse side (tail) is a wonderful depiction of the US American Silver Eagle coins which is an original design by John Mercanti.
The US American Silver Eagle coins are carefully crafted. It is uncirculated and coins are removed from mint tubes with gloved hands and carefully placed inside protected coin sleeves or gift boxes for utmost enjoyment in receiving this coin.
The latest minted American Silver Eagle Coin was in 2006 to 2008 at West Point bearing the “W” mark which is also being printed this year, 2011. The first time this coin was actually minted was in October of 1986 in San Francisco, California.
The sad thing about the popularity of the American Silver Eagle coins is that there are sellers and dealers who are over charging, not only the price of the coin, but the shipping as well.
If you are an avid collector of coins and other precious metals and are planning to purchase an American Silver Eagle coin, make sure you buy from a reputable silver and gold seller or store.
Or, if you are ordering American Silver Eagle coins online, buy only from well known online market to avoid being over charged or overpriced.Gold or Silver – which is better investment?