Did you know that there is only one official investment-grade silver coin in the U.S.? First introduced in 1986, the U.S. Mint rolled out the American Silver Eagle coin, much to the delight of investors and collectors alike. Today, this coin is among the most popular silver bullion coins in the world.

To learn more about what makes the American Silver Eagle such a popular coin, continue reading below.


The one troy ounce size of the American Silver Eagle makes it convenient for collectors, as well as small and large investors to purchase and stack this coin.


American Silver Eagles are composed of 99.9 percent pure silver. Both the weight and purity of this collector’s item coin are guaranteed by the U.S. government.


Another aspect that makes the American Silver Eagle a highly attractive coin is its charming design. The American Silver Eagle features a walking Lady Liberty on the on the obverse. Also pictured on the obverse is the date issued and words “Liberty” and “In God We Trust.” On the reverse, a depiction of an American bald eagle, featuring the words “United States of America” and “1 Oz. Fine Silver~ One Dollar”.


Since American Silver Eagle coins are produced by the U.S. Mint, a division of the most powerful Treasury in the world, people who collect and invest can rest assured these coins are authentic and pure.

Higher Resale Value

Since the American Silver Eagles have a history which dates back well over three decades, there is a strong community of collectors. As any numismatists understand, there is always a drive to complete an entire set of American Silver Eagles coins from 1986 to the present day. Because of this, rare American Silver Eagle coins demand a high premium over other silver products in circulation.

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