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1 oz American Silver Eagle (Random Year)

The American Silver Eagle, the world’s most popular coin, is available in random years from Veldt Gold, which accepts Bitcoin, Monero, Ethereum, and other cryptocurrencies.


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The American Silver Eagle is widely regarded as the most popular coin globally. Conceived in 1985 and first introduced in 1986, these 1 oz silver coins are the official bullion coin of the United States. Each year, the US Mint produces these coins in bullion, proof, and burnished versions for both investors and collectors. Veldt Gold currently offers American Silver Eagles from random years of mintage, emphasizing that you can purchase them using Bitcoin, Monero, Ethereum, and other cryptocurrencies.

These coins are available from various years of mintage and may include coins with identical date marks. They come in uncirculated condition, which can include items with toning or minor contact marks, all within the acceptable standards of PCGS and NGC for uncirculated coins. Note that 2021-dated coins may feature either the Type 1 or Type 2 design.

Authorized by Congress through the Liberty Coin Act, American Silver Eagle coins were initially produced by the San Francisco Mint. Over the past 30 years, production has shifted to the Philadelphia Mint during the 1990s and, since 2001, to the West Point Mint. The Silver Eagle coin remains the most popular product in the world, with a significant surge in popularity during the Great Recession due to the high demand for silver.

Between 2008 and 2015, American Silver Eagle coins set annual sales records in six years. In 2014, the US Mint sold 44.1 million coins, a record that was surpassed the following year with 47.3 million coins sold in 2015.

The obverse of the American Silver Eagle features Adolph A. Weinman’s historic Walking Liberty design, created in 1916 and originally used on the Walking Liberty Half Dollar. This design was modernized and refined for the American Silver Eagle. The reverse side features the heraldic eagle of the United States, designed by former Chief Engraver of the United States Mint, John Mercanti. The design includes an American bald eagle with a heraldic shield, arrows, and an olive branch. The 2021 Type 2 coin may feature Emily Damstra’s depiction of an eagle in flight clutching an oak branch.

American Silver Eagles offered by Veldt Gold are available in random years of mintage, in uncirculated condition, and can be purchased using various cryptocurrencies.

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1 oz