2023 1 oz American Silver Eagle Coin - BU
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- New 2023-dated product from U.S. Mint
- .999 fine silver
- U.S. legal tender coin
- Popular bullion product worldwide
Buy 2023 1 oz American Silver Eagle Coin - BU
The 2023 1 oz American Silver Eagle Coin - Brilliant Uncirculated is available for sale at Gainesville Coins. This year's crop of new Silver Eagles are available for purchase, even as the United States Mint combats supply issues and production delays. The American Silver Eagle 1 oz silver coin remains the world's most popular silver bullion coin. Get yours while supplies are still in inventory!
- Contains 1 troy ounce (1 troy oz) of pure silver
- Struck from .999 fine silver
- United States legal tender
- Face value of 1 Dollar USD
- Backed by full faith & credit of U.S. government
- Adolph Weinman's "Walking Liberty" design on obverse
- Type 2 Bald Eagle design on reverse
- Brilliant Uncirculated (BU) finish
- Eligible for inclusion in precious metals IRA
- Available in individual plastic flips, rolls of 20 coins, and Silver Eagle monster boxes of 500 coins
American Silver Eagle Design and Coin Highlights
Every coin can be thought of as a canvas for a work of art. This is certainly true with the Silver Eagle. Its beautiful design was created by A.A. Weinman, first minted in 1916 and originally used for the half dollar. It was officially known as the Walking Liberty half dollar and is a gem of American coinage. Today, this iconic coin design is synonymous with the American Silver Eagle. It remains one of the most popular designs on a coin ever.
The obverse design shows Lady Liberty draped in the American flag as she carries an oak branch and laurel in her left arm. The rising sun can be seen over the horizon, symbolizing the dawn of a new day. Miss Liberty has her other arm outstretched as the dress billows over her shoulder. The edge uses a reeded pattern. In terms of diameter, the coin measures 40.6 mm across. It is 2.98 mm in thickness.
A new reverse design (Type 2) was introduced to the Silver Eagle series for the first year in 2021. It was designed by artist Emily Damstra and sculpted by Michael Gaudioso to celebrate the 35th anniversary of the coin's release. The reverse of the coin depicts an eagle in mid-flight. Its wings are spread as it carries an olive branch in its talons. The legal tender face value of "ONE DOLLAR" and fine silver weight of the coin are inscribed along the bottom rim. You will also find an inscription for the motto "E PLURIBUS UNUM."
The previous reverse design (Type 1) had appeared on the Silver Eagle since 1986 when the coin was first released, thanks to the Liberty Coin Act of 1985. The Type 1 reverse features an American bald eagle, shown in a heraldic eagle pose. It was designed by American sculptor John Mercanti, who also became Chief Engraver of the United States Mint. The coins are produced at the Philadelphia Mint, San Francisco Mint, and West Point Mint. However, they generally will not have a mint mark.
Reverse Proof and proof versions of the Silver Eagle are sold directly to collectors by the U.S. Mint. The bullion version is only available through Authorized Distributors. These are sold based on their intrinsic value of one ounce of silver, including a premium over the silver spot price. Proof Silver Eagles and other collectible versions such as Uncirculated Silver Eagles and Burnished Silver Eagles may bear a W mint mark. These collector's coins come at a significant premium above silver prices.
The Walking Liberty motif on the American Silver Eagle is beloved by many coin collectors all around the world. It stands as a collector favorite even more than 100 years after its creation. This undeniable artistic beauty is combined with the coin's trusted pedigree as the official silver bullion coin of the U.S. Its silver content is backed by the full faith and credit of the United States government. For these reasons, the Silver Eagle is the most popular modern silver coin on the planet.
Buy 2023 1 oz American Silver Eagle Coins at Gainesville Coins
When you're trying to find the best place to buy American Silver Eagle coins online, Gainesville Coins will consistently offer low prices compared to our competitors! For the least expensive options, you may also consider shopping our selection of silver bars and silver rounds.
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