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Since 1986 the American Silver Eagle has been the official silver bullion coin of the United States. These one ounce, 99.93% silver U.S. coins are popular in the United States and abroad. With silver values constantly increasing the demand for U.S. Silver Eagle coins is at an all time high. New York Mint proudly offers certified Silver Eagles and Gold Eagles graded by PCGS and NGC.
Morgan Silver Dollars were minted from 1878 to 1904 and in 1921 with silver from the Comstock Lode in Nevada. At 90% silver these coins contain nearly an ounce of the precious metal and have become the most popular of all U.S. Coins for serious collectors in America. Whether by year or mintmark, New York Mint offers you the opportunity to undertake the ultimate endeavor of finding the U.S. Morgan Silver Dollar from every date and every mint; a collector's dream.
The Peace Dollar was only struck during a fourteen year period, from 1921-1935. This U.S. silver coin was the chosen dollar coin minted after the end of the First World War. After the melting of millions of Morgan Silver Dollars in 1918 under the Pittman Act, the Peace Dollar was the last large silver dollar minted for circulation. New York Mint offers individual Peace Dollars, Collections, and coins graded by NGC and PCGS.
The Eisenhower Dollar was issued by the U.S. government from 1971-1978. Following a 36 year lapse, this U.S. silver dollar coin reestablished the denomination after the Peace Dollar had been discontinued. The Eisenhower Dollar was the last dollar coin to contain proportional amounts of base metal to lower denominations, with the same amount of copper-nickel as two Kennedy Half Dollars, four quarters, or ten dimes. It's heavy weight made it a limited mintage and thus a great coin for collections.