Contains 1 troy oz of. Features the iconic Walking Liberty image. 30th Anniversary of the American Silver Eagle coin. American Silver Eagles are so popular because they are considered secure and highly liquid, in both cases thanks to the US government.The American Silver Eagle is legal tender in the United States, and is the official silver bullion of the US Mint. The Silver Eagle has a face value of one dollar, but is independently traded on its silver content and rarity. According to the US Mint, bullion American Silver Eagles are the only silver bullion coins whose weight and purity are guaranteed by the US government. These 2016 American Silver Eagle coins celebrate 30 years of mintage. American Silver Eagle coins were introduced in 1986, along with its gold counterpart, as the official bullion coin of the United States.
Similar to the gold program, the United States Mint revived an iconic design from American coining history to feature on the obverse side of the coins. These 1 oz American Silver Eagle coins offer the opportunity to add. 999 pure silver to your collection. 2016 is also the 100th anniversary of the design that appears on the obverse of the coin, Adolph Weinman's Walking Liberty. The focal point of that design is Liberty, whose image takes up nearly the full diameter of the coin.
In it, Liberty walks toward the setting sun with the American flag draped around her shoulders. The reverse features US Mint Chief Engraver John Mercantis heraldic eagle. Echoing the images of the Great Seal of the United States, the image features 13 stars representing the original colonies, and a bald eagle behind the heraldic shield of America. Add Highly Liquid, Secure, Recognizable Silver to Your Collection Today. The item "2016 1 oz American Silver Eagle BU.
999 Fine Silver Coin (Set of 5)" is in sale since Monday, March 1, 2021. This item is in the category "Coins & Paper Money\Bullion\Silver\Coins". The seller is "pomares_coin_brokers" and is located in Sutton, Massachusetts. This item can be shipped to United States.