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1 oz. Silver American Eagle Coin

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The Silver American Eagle is the world’s leading silver bullion coin that is authorized U.S. legal tender and fully backed by the U.S. government for its silver content, weight and purity. Consisting of 1-ounce of 99.9% pure silver, this staple of wealth protection is an ideal choice for those looking to add an affordable precious metal to their portfolio.

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QuantityCredit CardBank Wire
1+$36.96$35.88
20+$36.57$35.50
100+$36.08$35.03
500+$35.60$34.56

Volume Discounts

QuantityCardCheck
1+$36.96$35.88
20+$36.57$35.50
100+$36.08$35.03
500+$35.60$34.56
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How Much Do Silver Eagle Coins Cost?

Silver Eagle prices vary, just like the price of silver. One-ounce Silver American Eagle Coins are imprinted with their silver content — that’s the “1 oz.” part — and legal tender “face” value. Coin prices may vary based on the current market price of silver, along with certain local, national, and global economic conditions. Silver supply and demand can also factor into pricing. Call now for in-the-moment Silver Eagle prices.

Where Can I Buy 1 oz. Silver American Eagle Coins?

Buy 1 oz. Silver American Eagle Coins online or over the phone, courtesy of U.S. Money Reserve. Silver Eagles are potentially a great addition to anyone’s precious metals strategy, whether you’re a market veteran or just getting started. Recognized worldwide, these physical silver coins are easy to buy, simple to sell and provide a convenient method for stockpiling pure silver. Proudly demonstrate your market knowledge and patriotism by contacting us today about 1 oz. Silver American Eagle Coins!

  • Year: Varied
  • Denomination: $1 (USD)
  • Condition: Brilliant Uncirculated
  • Grading Service: NA
  • Metal Content: 1 troy oz.
  • Purity: .999 Silver
  • Mint Mark: Not Shown (West Point)
  • Mint Facility/Manufacturer: U.S. Mint
  • Issuing Country: United States
  • Diameter: 40.6 mm
  • Thickness: 2.98 mm
  • Obverse Designer: Adolph A. Weinman
  • Reverse Designer: John Mercanti

A History of the 1 oz. Silver Eagle Coin

Silver American Eagle Coins were first minted in late 1986, having first been authorized by an amendment in the Liberty Coin Act. Signed by President Ronald Reagan, this amendment authorized the U.S. Mint to mint and issue one-dollar silver bullion coins. It outlined everything from design and diameter, to silver sourcing and production volume.

Silver Eagles Display Artwork Rooted in Our Nation's History

The Obverse Silver Eagle Design: Walking Liberty

Genuine American iconography demands a rare level of respect. That’s the case with the beautiful “Walking Liberty” design initially crafted for the U.S. Half-Dollar of 1916-1947. The Silver American Eagle proudly bears that same design on its front as a respectful acknowledgment to our country’s rich history.

“Walking Liberty,” designed by Adolph A. Weinman, is so remarkable that one famed art historian described its half-dollar as “one of the greatest coins of the United States — if not of the world.”

The design also serves as a noble reminder of the financial freedom granted to citizens today. It’s a classic that, partnered with the precious metal content of this silver coin, distinguishes itself as a modern marvel.

The Reverse Silver Eagle Design: Heraldic Eagle

The image on the back of the 1 oz. Silver American Eagle was designed by John Mercanti. It displays a heraldic eagle with an olive branch in one talon and arrows in the other, the great seal of the United States, alongside the Latin phrase "E Pluribus Unum" (“Out of many, one”), a phrase that served as our national motto until 1956. Thirteen stars hover above the eagle's head, symbolizing the 13 original American colonies.

1 oz. Silver American Eagles Are IRA-Approved Silver Coins

Not all silver coins receive the "all clear" from the IRS, but 1 oz. Silver Eagles do! Silver American Eagles can play a vital role in a retirement strategy. Since the 1 oz. Silver American Eagle Coin surpasses the IRS’s requirements for precious metals, IRAs may include it.

But that’s just one reason this popular coin is a staple of wealth protection. Another reason: just as silver conducts heat and electricity better than any other metal, silver coins are also capable of withstanding fierce economic storms. That’s the kind of strength and resilience any reliable retirement strategy needs.

Call now to learn more about incorporating IRA-approved silver coins into a Self-Directed Precious Metals IRA through U.S. Money Reserve’s Gold Standard IRA program.

How Much Do Silver Eagle Coins Cost?

Silver Eagle prices vary, just like the price of silver. One-ounce Silver American Eagle Coins are imprinted with their silver content — that’s the “1 oz.” part — and legal tender “face” value. Coin prices may vary based on the current market price of silver, along with certain local, national, and global economic conditions. Silver supply and demand can also factor into pricing. Call now for in-the-moment Silver Eagle prices.

Where Can I Buy 1 oz. Silver American Eagle Coins?

Buy 1 oz. Silver American Eagle Coins online or over the phone, courtesy of U.S. Money Reserve. Silver Eagles are potentially a great addition to anyone’s precious metals strategy, whether you’re a market veteran or just getting started. Recognized worldwide, these physical silver coins are easy to buy, simple to sell and provide a convenient method for stockpiling pure silver. Proudly demonstrate your market knowledge and patriotism by contacting us today about 1 oz. Silver American Eagle Coins!

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