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American Eagle

The United States government first introduced Silver American Eagles in 1986. Since that time, they have quickly become one of the most preferred options for investing in silver bullion.

The Silver American Eagle Coin Design – Much like the Gold American Eagle, the design for this silver coin was repurposed from a previous American coin. This attractive coin shows an image of a flag-draped Lady Liberty before a newly rising sun. The Silver American Eagle coin debuted in 1916 on a half-dollar coin originally designed by Adolph A. Weinman. These vintage coins are today considered an attractive find.
The reverse side of the Silver American Eagle coin was designed by John Mercanti. It depicts an eagle with a shield that carries the symbolic olive branches and arrows within its talons. Above the eagle is an inverse pyramid with 13 stars to represent the 13 original colonies. Encircling the outer rim of the coin are the words, “UNITED STATES OF AMERICA . 1 OZ. FINE SILVER~ONE DOLLAR.”

Silver American Eagle Coin Minting – This imperial 1 oz. coin is made of 99.9% pure silver bullion. With a trace amount of copper, the durability of the coin is increased.

US Government Guarantee – The Silver American Eagle coin has a unique advantage over most silver bullion coins. The US government guarantees the content, weight, and purity of the coin. When you pay for a Silver American Eagle coin, you know exactly what you are getting.

Disclaimer

Our specifications are obtained from sources that we at Reagan Gold Group believe to be reliable. We cannot always guarantee the accuracy of the specifications. 

Coin Specifications

Additional information

Purity

99.9%

Size

1 oz.

Weight

31.103 g

Metal Content

1.00 oz.

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