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American Silver Eagles (Random Year, 20-Coin MintDirect® Tube)
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2024 1 oz Silver American Eagle (MD Premier + PCGS FirstStrike®)
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2023 1 oz Silver American Eagle (MD Premier + PCGS FirstStrike®)
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2023 1 oz American Silver Eagle (MintDirect® Single)
2023 1 oz American Silver Eagle (MintDirect® Single)
$32.72
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2023 Silver Eagle 100-Coin Mini Monster Box (MintDirect®)
2023 Silver Eagle 100-Coin Mini Monster Box (MintDirect®)
$3,172.00
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2024 100-Coin Silver Eagle Mini Monster (MD Premier + PCGS FS®)
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2024 500-Coin Silver Eagle Monster Box (Sealed)
2024 500-Coin Silver Eagle Monster Box (Sealed)
$14,360.00
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2023 1 oz Silver Eagles (20-Coin MD Premier + PCGS FS® Tube)
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2023 100-Coin Silver Eagle Mini Monster (MD Premier + PCGS FS®)
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$3,422.00
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2021 1 oz American Silver Eagle (Type 2) (MintDirect® Single)
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$33.72
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2016 1 oz American Silver Eagle (MintDirect® Single)
2016 1 oz American Silver Eagle (MintDirect® Single)
$33.22
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2014 1 oz American Silver Eagle (MintDirect® Single)
2014 1 oz American Silver Eagle (MintDirect® Single)
$34.22
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2012 1 oz American Silver Eagle (MintDirect® Single)
2012 1 oz American Silver Eagle (MintDirect® Single)
$33.22
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2008 1 oz American Silver Eagle (MintDirect® Single)
2008 1 oz American Silver Eagle (MintDirect® Single)
$33.22
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About MintDirect® American Silver Eagle Coins

The American Silver Eagle coin is a popular and highly recognized silver bullion coin produced by the United States Mint. It was first issued in 1986 and has since become one of the most widely collected and traded silver coins in the world.

The American Silver Eagle coin is struck using 1 troy ounce of 99.9% pure silver, making it an attractive investment for both precious metal enthusiasts and coin collectors. The obverse (front) of the coin features a striking design of the Walking Liberty, originally created by Adolph A. Weinman for the half dollar coin issued from 1916 to 1947. The design is considered one of the most beautiful in American coinage history.

On the reverse (back) of the coin, you'll find the heraldic eagle design, created by John Mercanti, featuring a majestic eagle behind a shield, clutching an olive branch and arrows in its talons. The eagle is encircled by 13 stars, representing the original 13 colonies of the United States.

Now, regarding the "MintDirect®" designation, it refers to a specific method of acquiring American Silver Eagle coins. MintDirect® is a registered trademark of a company called APMEX, a major precious metals dealer. When you purchase an American Silver Eagle coin with the MintDirect® label, it means that the coin was sourced directly from the U.S. Mint and handled with special care to preserve its condition. It is sealed in a protective packaging to ensure that it remains in mint-fresh condition.

The idea behind MintDirect® packaging is to provide collectors and investors with additional assurance of the coin's authenticity and quality, as it has not been subjected to additional handling that could potentially cause damage or imperfections.

As the coin market and dealer practices can evolve, it's essential to verify the most up-to-date information about specific products, like the MintDirect® designation, as well as the policies and offerings of precious metal dealers and mints.

If you're considering purchasing American Silver Eagle coins or any other precious metals, it's always a good idea to research the current market conditions, seek reputable dealers, and be aware of any potential fees or premiums associated with the product.


About The U.S. Mint

The United States Mint, established by the Coinage Act of 1792, operates as a bureau under the Department of the Treasury and serves the critical role of producing coinage for the United States. Since its inception in 1793, the U.S. Mint has been responsible for minting coins for general circulation, as well as creating collectible coins for numismatic purposes and other special numismatic products. Its primary function involves the manufacturing of coins of various denominations, including pennies, nickels, dimes, quarters, half-dollars, and dollars, which are essential for everyday transactions. However, beyond standard coinage, the Mint also designs and produces unique commemorative coins and medals to mark significant events or honor historical figures.

The U.S. Mint operates multiple minting facilities situated across the country, each with its own specific functions. Among the active minting facilities are the Philadelphia Mint, the oldest and first mint facility established in 1792, which primarily produces circulating coins and coin dies. The Denver Mint, founded in 1906, focuses on producing circulating coins, coin dies, and the storage of gold and silver bullion. The San Francisco Mint, established in 1854, plays a pivotal role in creating proof coinage, commemorative coins, and various other numismatic products. Finally, the West Point Mint, which became an official mint in 1988 after serving as a bullion depository since 1937, is renowned for producing gold, silver, and platinum bullion coins, alongside other numismatic items.

As an avenue for artistic expression, the U.S. Mint frequently alters the designs of circulating coins, offering refreshed images that reflect the nation's heritage and values. Special commemorative designs are periodically released to celebrate significant historical moments or honor eminent figures. Notably, ongoing series, such as the State Quarters Program and the America the Beautiful Quarters Program, capture the essence of different states and national parks, highlighting the nation's cultural and natural diversity.

Beyond its coin production role, the U.S. Mint actively encourages coin collecting and numismatics through educational initiatives, providing resources to budding numismatists, and hosting numismatic events. The Mint's commitment to quality, security, and numismatic value has made it an integral part of American history and culture, embodying the nation's heritage through its exquisite coins and medals. However, the production of coins and commemorative coin programs requires congressional authorization through specific coinage legislation, ensuring that these numismatic creations align with the nation's values and aspirations.
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