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Gainesville Coins is thrilled to offer the 1 oz 2013 American Silver Eagle Coins in Brilliant Uncirculated Condition! Produced at the US Mint, these .999 Fine Silver Coins feature the iconic 1913 Walking Liberty design and bears the United States' Great Seal.
The $1 US Silver Legal Tender Coin has been minted every year since 1986. Adding to its international appeal American Silver Eagles are struck ONLY from silver mined within the United States of America, carrying a face value of one dollar.
Gracing the coin's obverse is the revival of A.A. Weinman's original design of "Walking Liberty". Lady Liberty strides confidently towards the sunrise, symbolic of a new beginning. The legend "Liberty " is inter-spaced across the top rim. The coin's reverse features John Mercanti's rendition of the United States Seal. The heraldic eagle carrying the "E Pluribus Unum" banner is centered with the bottom rim reading "1 oz Fine Silver-One Dollar."
Quickly gaining in popularity for its reliability, purity and beauty, the Silver Eagle is the highest selling and most widely traded government issued 1 oz silver bullion coin worldwide. As of September 2013 the US Mint sales for the 1 oz bullion silver eagle are over 35,000,000.
These US legal tender coins provide a simple and tangible way of adding to your precious metals portfolio as well as updating personal collections. Gainesville Coins has a vast selection of 1oz American Silver Eagles at low, competitive silver prices.
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