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Add this special label American Silver Eagle coin to your collection. With Walking Liberty on the obverse and a heraldic eagle on the reverse, it is a strikingly designed piece of currency, certified 99.9% pure silver and presented in a clear case for proud display.

Coin Specifications

  • Coin Type: American Silver Eagle
  • Coin Grade: PF70
  • Certified By: NGC
  • Denomination: One dollar
  • Diameter: 1.59"
  • Mint Mark: W - West Point
  • Mintage Year(s): 1986 - 2019
  • Purity of Silver: 0.999
  • Obverse: Walking Liberty
  • Reverse: Features a heraldic eagle with a shield

American Eagle:
The United States Mint began the American Eagle coin program in 1986. American Eagles are struck each year in silver, gold, and, since 1997, platinum bullion. The Silver Eagle is only available in a $1 denomination. As genuine legal tender, it is the only silver bullion coin whose weight and purity are guaranteed by the United States Government. Each silver coin contains a minimum of one troy ounce of 99.9% pure silver. The Gold Eagle comes in $5, $10, $25, and $50 denominations with the values representing 1/10, 1/4, 1/2, and 1 ounce of gold, respectively. The Platinum Eagle is struck in denominations of $10, $25, $50, and $100 with values representing 1/10, 1/4, 1/2, and 1 ounce of platinum, respectively. American Eagles are available in both Proof and Uncirculated strikes.

The Silver Eagle obverse features Adolph Weinman's classic "Liberty Walking" design which shows Lady Liberty mid-step, draped in the American flag with her right arm extended toward the sun and olive branches cradled in her left arm. The Gold Eagle obverse offers a design inspired by the 1907 $20 gold piece created by Augustus Saint-Gaudens with Lady Liberty standing at the center in front of the sun, holding a torch in her right hand and an olive branch in her left hand. The Platinum Eagle obverse shows the head and crown of the Statue of Liberty. The reverse design for regular strikes of the Platinum Eagle is a bald eagle flying in front of the sun. The reverse design for Proof strikes varies by year, but each includes a representation of an eagle somewhere in the image.