The 1984 Engelhard Prospector Silver Bullion Round is a highly sought after, privately minted 1 troy oz silver round of 99.9% pure silver. Engelhard Silver Rounds were only minted from 1982-1987 and the 1984 minting was notable as the final year the large "E" reverse design was used.
The obverse features the portrait of a prospector steadfastly panning for gold, with the title "THE AMERICAN PROSPECTOR" running around the lower rim. At the top the words "U.S.A." and "1984" leave you in no doubt of the nationality or year of the .999 fine silver coin's minting. The reverse shows the classic Engelhard large "E" with "ENGELHARD" above and "ONE TROY OUNCE 999+ FINE SILVER below. The round measures 39.8mm in diameter.
Because Engelhard stopped all precious metals refining in the 1980s, the 1984 Engelhard Prospector round combines rarity, beauty and desirability. Engelhard silver rounds are increasingly sought after, so don't miss this opportunity to purchase a piece of American history.