What’s the American Silver Eagle?
The American Silver Eagle was first introduced by United State Mint on the 24th of November, 1986. Whether you believe it or not, this struck at one-troy ounce size which is basically an equivalent value of 1 dollar and guaranteed to have one troy ounce of 99% pure silver.
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The weight, purity and content are all certified by none other than, United States Mint. Furthermore, the United States Mint has a special version of the coin that are intended only for collectors and these are proof version and uncirculated version. Because of this, the Silver Eagle has three mints and these include San Francisco Mint, Philadelphia Mint and West Point Mint. Believe it or not, those who currently own a bullion coin can utilize it to fund their Individual Retirement Account investments.
Basically, there are so many things that you have to learn from the coin and one of this is the design. Truth is, the coin’s design was taken from Walking Liberty by Adolph A. Weinman which had been originally used on Walking Liberty Half Dollar Coin of the US from 1916 to 1947. Because this design becomes iconic and has been a public favorite as well as beloved design of US coinages of modern time, it is not a surprise that it’s revived for Silver Eagle few years later. Obverse is inscribed together with year of issuance or minting …