The Silver Eagle – America’s silver Bullion with pride

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American Silver Eagle Coins

America’s Silver Bullion with Pride

There are few iconic American images more notable than the U.S. Silver Eagle, Silver Dollar. These Silver Eagles are not only beautiful pieces to admire but these coins can add some more value to an investor’s portfolio.

These American eagle coins are really very special. Instead of being minted and sold for commercial use the American eagle coins are issued to authorized dealers for selling and distribution, for collecting and investment purposes. You will be able to find these American Eagles at coin shows and coin stores, wholesalers, precious metals dealers, professional and trusted online websites such as  – hint hint 😉 👍and at other such places including direct from the US Mint.

These American Eagle Coins can be found in gold, silver and platinum metals. This means that the quality on these coins is very high. To make the purchasing weight value the same for each coin these American eagle coins have a specific weight that is standard. One benefit in having your investment bullion in the form or government issues coins such as a Silver Eagle is potential the numismatic value. This is the value of the coin for its rarity, collectability, age, design, grade, and quality. All these factors increase its chances of being worth even more for its numismatic value. What does matter is that you learn to properly recognize and value the American Eagle coins that you do have in your possession and to keep them safe. The extent of this extra value has all these factors but the value of its weight in silver will also remain in its volume of silver.

You will be able to buy your American Eagle Coins in one ounce, one-tenth ounce, one-quarter ounce and one-half ounce denominations. (We at Fire Proof Silver prefer to focus on the true 1 full ounce coin). With these set weights you will be able to have American Eagle Coins that you can add to your portfolio with no worries about its market value.

There are other names that is given for the American Eagle Coin. They are also called American Eagle Bullion Coins, Walking Liberties, or sometime just Silver Dollars. The program to bring these coins out for investors to add physical amounts of gold and silver into their investments came into being in 1986.

Having silver bullion in any form is never a bad idea but having U.S. backed Silver Eagles as part of your collection will add more diversity, numismatic appreciation, and “real-value” while also topping it with off some good-old American pride!

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