Reverse design by John Mercanti or Emily Damstra. Available from random years of mintage however likely to contain coins with the same date marks.These coins come in uncirculated condition, which can include items with toning or slight contact marks. American Silver Eagle coins available in this product listing come from random years of mintage. These coins are all in uncirculated condition and arrive in good overall shape.
Please note that it is possible for toning and other minor flaws such as slight contact marks to appear. This is within the acceptable standards of the PCGS and NGC for uncirculated coins.Please note that 2021-dated coins may feature either the Type 1 or Type 2 design. American Silver Eagle coins were authorized by Congress with passage of the Liberty Coin Act. Originally produced by the San Francisco Mint, over the course of 30 years of history the American Silver Eagle coin has shifted to the Philadelphia Mint during the 1990s and since 2001 has been struck at the West Point Mint. The Silver Eagle coin is currently the single most popular product in the world. With the onset of the Great Recession and the immense demand for silver, the American Silver Eagle experienced a surge in popularity. Between 2008 and 2015, American Silver Eagle coins have broken annual sales records in six years. On the obverse of the American Silver Eagle is Adolph A. Weinman's historic Walking Liberty design. Created in 1916 and originally used on the Walking Liberty Half Dollar, the design was modernized and refined for use on the American Silver Eagle. The reverse face of Silver Eagle coins feature the design of the heraldic eagle of the United States. This design was created by former-Chief Engraver of the United States Mint, John Mercanti. It features an American bald eagle with a heraldic shield in front of it, with arrows and an olive branch in its talons. It is also possible to get a 2021 Type 2 coin with Emily Damstra's depiction of an eagle in flight clutching an oak branch.