How to Buy Silver Eagles?

Answer Each year since 1986 The US Mint produces 1oz silver coins called Silver Eagles which are made available to trade buyers and the wider general public. Demand for silver has increased significantly ... Read More »

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How to Invest in Silver Eagles?

Silver Eagles are 1-oz. silver coins that the U.S. Mint produces. Because they are highly portable and you can buy them in either large or small quantities, depending on your budget, they provide a... Read More »

What does the mint mark"JM"mean on Silver Eagles?

The "JM" mark on an American Eagle Silver Proof Coin represents the initials of sculptor and U.S. Mint engraver John Mercanti. Mercanti designed the heraldic eagle upon the reverse.References:US Mi... Read More »

Are the gold& silver American eagles the same?

Though both gold and silver American eagles are minted by the United States Mint, they are not the same. Gold American eagles are made of gold and feature the Saint-Gauden's design on the obverse, ... Read More »

Why do 1996 silver eagles coins tarnish more?

The "Liberty Walking" Silver Eagle is composed of 1 troy ounce of 99.9% pure silver. The composition of the coin makes it more susceptible to tarnishing than other coins of that era. Additionally, ... Read More »