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2021 1 oz American Silver Eagle Coin - Gem BU
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2021 1 oz American Silver Eagle Coin - Gem BU

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2021 1 oz American Silver Eagle Coin - Gem Brilliant Uncirculated

COIN HIGHLIGHTS:

  • Contains 1 troy oz of .999 fine Silver. 
  • All coins come in protective plastic. Multiples of 20 ship in original mint tubes. 
  • The obverse features Adolph Weinman's famous Walking Liberty Design first used on the 1916-47 Half Dollar.
  • The reverse design shows a heraldic eagle design. Above it are 13 stars, 1 to represent each of the original 13 colonies. 2021 will mark the final year with the original reverse design. A new reverse is expected mid-year of 2021.
  • Sovereign coin backed by the United States government with a face value of $1.00 (USD).


The Silver Eagle is America's most popular Silver coin. They have been minted every year since 1986 in various different finishes, making them an ideal purchase for both collectors and investors alike! 


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Product Questions

  • Shahid Chaudhary
    Mar 20, 2021, 12:55 PM

    This coin is struck at which mint? What is the mint mark on the count?

    Administrator
    Mar 26, 2021, 09:57 AM

    These coins were struck at West Point. There is no mint mark on the coins, they are the standard bullion issue.