The 2012 American Silver Eagle has a face value of one dollar and contains one troy ounce of .999 pure silver.
In 1986 the United States Mint began striking the American Silver Eagle coin. The coin’s obverse design was created by Adolph A. Weinman’s (1870-1952) design of the Walking Liberty Half Dollar, used between 1916-1947. Described as “… an ever hopeful Lady Liberty striding confidently toward the sunrise, draped in the strength of the Stars and Stripes carrying in her arms branches of laurel and oak symbolizing both civil and military glory.” It’s tails or reverse is the classic bald eagle our nations symbol for liberty and freedom. The Eagle has a shield with stripes born on the breast, olive branches in the Dexter talon, a bundle of arrows in its sinister talon and in the bill of the eagle a scroll with the words E Pluribus Unum.
The beauty and elegance of the American Silver Eagle is one that has attracted coin collectors for years. It is relatively a young coin but one of the finest to ever be minted.
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