The 1985 1 oz Engelhard Prospector Silver Round with Eagle Reverse are the second issue from the popular series. Each round contains 1 troy ounce of .999 fine silver .
The obverse depicts the scene of a prospector panning for precious metal (ironically silver isn't found by panning) with the identifications "U.S.A." and "1984" towards the top and the legend "THE AMERICAN PROSPECTOR" at the bottom. The reverse shows a mighty eagle, wings spread on top of an olive branch and furled American flag, with "ENGELHARD" written above and "ONE TROY OUNCE 999+ FINE SILVER below.
Engelhard ceased refining precious metals in 1987, adding desirability to its iconic 1 oz Prospector Silver Rounds, of which the 1985 mintage holds historical value for being the first bearing the eagle design.