The American Silver Eagle coin is arguably the best-selling silver coin in the world today. With millions of units sold each year, the Silver Eagle is a must-have addition for any investor or collector. Silver Eagles come in three different versions each year, with a bullion investment-grade coin and two collectible options in the proof and burnished coins.
- Available to ship to you inside of protective plastic flips, mint tubes of 20 coins, or Monster Boxes with 500 coins!
- 35th release of the American Silver Eagle coins!
- Contains 1 Troy oz of .999 pure silver in BU condition.
- The face value of $1 (USD) is fully backed by the US government.
- On the obverse is Walking Liberty.
- The reverse includes the heraldic eagle of the United States.
There are no mintage caps on the bullion Silver Eagles and the US Mints goal is to produce the coins for as long as demand exists. The Burnished Silver Eagles and Proof Silver Eagles do not always have mintage caps, but demand for the collectible coins is lower than the investment-grade version.
All 2020 1 oz American Silver Eagle Coins are available to you today in Brilliant Uncirculated condition. The coins are housed individually inside of protective plastic flips, mint tubes of 20 coins, or Monster Boxes that contain 500 coins in 25 tubes of 20 coins each.
On the obverse of 2020 American Silver Eagles is the historic Walking Liberty design. This image was designed in 1916 by Adolph A. Weinman for the 50-cent piece in circulation in the US. It depicts Liberty in left-profile relief as she walks from right to left across the design field. Her right hand is outstretched toward the sun on the horizon while her left clutches the oak and laurel branches. The American flag is draped over her shoulders.
The reverse of 2020 1 oz American Silver Eagle coins includes the design of the heraldic eagle of the United States. Initially designed in 1792 by Robert Scot, the first US Mint Chief Engraver, it depicts the American bald eagle with the national heraldic shield, arrows in one talon, and an olive branch in the other talon.
American Silver Eagle Coins are predominantly struck at the West Point Mint, but supplemental coining in recent years has seen some coins struck at the San Francisco Mint. No American Silver Eagle bullion coins have mint marks.