Silver Eagle Uncirculated

One of the most popular silver coins in the world for numismatic collectors is the Uncirculated American Silver Eagle, which is a great starting point for anyone interested in coin collecting or stacking bullion. All Silver Eagles in the series share the same Walking Liberty design on the obverse, however there is not a mint mark on uncirculated coin that signifies its production facility. This does occur on proof and burnished versions (even though proof coins are technically “Uncirculated”). Each year the U.S Mint’s annual release of the Silver Eagle is highly anticipated as people scramble to get their single coins, rolls, monster boxes, and gorgeous certified pieces which are available in a variety of labels. Keep reading to learn more about this iconic series and shop our extensive uncirculated silver eagle inventory.

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    2019 $1 1-oz Silver American Eagle BU

    $20.30 As Low As $19.70
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    • 1 - 4 $20.30 $19.70
    • 5 - 9 $20.20 $19.60
    • 10 - 19 $20.10 $19.51
    • 20 + $19.95 $19.36
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    2018 1 Dollar 1-oz Silver Eagle BU

    $21.74 As Low As $21.10
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    • 1 - 4 $21.74 $21.10
    • 5 - 9 $21.64 $21.00
    • 10 - 19 $21.54 $20.90
    • 20 + $21.45 $20.82
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    2019 $1 1-oz Silver American Eagle BU Graduation Card

    $29.95 As Low As $29.07
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    2016 1 Dollar 1-oz Silver Eagle BU

    $24.95 As Low As $24.21
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    2019 Silver World Coin 5-Piece BU Starter Set

    $99.00 As Low As $96.08
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    • 1+ $99.00 $96.08
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    U.S. Armed Forces Air Force $1 1-oz Silver American Eagle Colorized Commemorative BU

    $39.95 As Low As $38.77
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    • 1+ $39.95 $38.77
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    U.S. Armed Forces Navy $1 1-oz Silver American Eagle Colorized Commemorative BU

    $39.95 As Low As $38.77
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    U.S. Armed Forces Army $1 1-oz Silver American Eagle Colorized Commemorative BU

    $39.95 As Low As $38.77
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    2019 $1 1-oz Silver American Eagle BU with Black Ruthenium and 24 Karat Gold

    $69.95 As Low As $67.89
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    2019 $1 1-oz Silver American Eagle BU Gilded in 24 Karat Gold

    $42.95 As Low As $41.68
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    2019 $1 1-oz Silver American Eagle BU Gilded with 24 Karat Gold Walking Liberty and Eagle

    $69.95 As Low As $67.89
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    2019 $1 1-oz Silver American Eagle BU with Black Ruthenium and Rose Gold

    $69.95 As Low As $67.89
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    2019 $1 1-oz Silver American Eagle BU Birthday Balloons Card

    $29.95 As Low As $29.07
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    • 1+ $29.95 $29.07
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    U.S. Armed Forces Marines $1 1-oz Silver American Eagle Colorized Commemorative BU

    $39.95 As Low As $38.77
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    • 1+ $39.95 $38.77
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    2019 $1 1-oz Silver American Eagle BU Birthday Traditional Card

    $29.95 As Low As $29.07
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    2019 $1 1-oz Silver American Eagle NGC MS70 Early Releases - Black Core, Eagle Label

    $39.95 As Low As $38.77
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    2019 $1 1-oz Silver American Eagle BU Gilded with 24 Karat Gold Background, Silver Walking Liberty and Eagle

    $69.95 As Low As $67.89
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    2019 $1 1-oz Silver American Eagle BU Congratulations Card

    $29.95 As Low As $29.07
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    • 1+ $29.95 $29.07
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    2018 1 Dollar 1-oz Silver Eagle BU Graduation

    Was $29.95
    $25.46 As Low As $24.71
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    • 1+ $25.46 $24.71
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    U.S. Armed Forces $1 1-oz Silver American Eagle Colorized Commemorative BU 4-Piece Set

    $149.80 As Low As $145.38
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    • 1+ $149.80 $145.38
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    2019 $1 1-oz Silver Eagle NGC MS70-PF70 3-pc Set w/Black Core & Charlie Duke Signature

    $299.00 As Low As $290.18
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    • 1+ $299.00 $290.18
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    1987 $1 1-oz Silver American Eagle PCGS MS69 - Direct from U.S. Mint Sealed Box

    $79.00 As Low As $76.67
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    2019 1 Dollar 1-oz Silver Eagle PCGS MS69

    $30.95 As Low As $30.04
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    2012-S $1 1-Ounce Silver Eagle NGC MS69 Struck At San Francisco - Mercanti Signed Label

    $69.00 As Low As $66.96
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History of the Silver Eagle Series

The Silver American Eagle was authorized by Congress in the Liberty Coin Act of 1985. This legislation was conceived and enacted to provide silver enthusiasts with a safe, simple means purchasing precious metals. The U.S. Mint first released the American Silver Eagle in 1986, with the 1986 date on the obverse and on the coin’s side. On October 29, 1986, the very first American Silver Eagle was struck at the San Francisco Assay Office. Secretary of the Treasury at the time, James A. Baker III said, “I don't need a pick and shovel to start the San Francisco Silver Rush of 1986,” as he pushed a button to start the coin press at the striking ceremony.

U.S Government Guaranteed

Enforced by the Secret Service, the American Silver eagle is backed by the Untied States Government for its weight, silver content, and purity. Three U.S. Mints strike American Silver Eagles, the West Point Mint, the San Francisco Mint, and the Philadelphia Mint. The U.S. Mint also strikes Proof and uncirculated, also known as burnished, versions special minted for collectors. Although the Silver American Eagle is U.S. legal tender with a one dollar face value, they are generally worth the value of their precious metal content, and are independently traded based on rarity and silver content. The American Silver Eagle is guaranteed by the U.S government to be made of one troy ounce of 99.9% fine silver. American Silver Eagles have a 40.6mm diameter, with a 2.98mm thickness, and reeded edge.

Silver Eagle Obverse Design

The obverse design is based on the historic Adolph A. Weinman “Walking Liberty” design first introduced on the silver half-dollar from 1916 to 1947. The iconic image has become one of the most recognizable coins designs and is also one of the most beloved designs among all U.S. coinage, modern or otherwise. Seven decades later, Weinman’s design was revived for the American Silver Eagle in 1986. The obverse features a left profile of Lady Liberty, with the American flag draped over her shoulders, while she holds symbolic branches in one arm. Her other arm reaches out in front of her, as if showing the way to freedom.

The inscription, LIBERTY is above her head, with IN GOD WE TRUST to the right of her heel, with the year below her feet.

Silver Eagle Reverse Design

The reverse design is the namesake for the American Silver Eagle, which was designed by the talented modern-day engraver, John Mercanti, and portrays a heraldic eagle behind a shield, displaying American strength and pride. Since the Philadelphia Mint began in 1792, the U.S. heraldic eagle design has been on most American coinage in various forms, featuring a powerful American eagle proudly spreading its wings spread, with the national shield on its breast. The majestic eagle clutches the arrows of war in one talon and the olive branch of peace in the other, echoing the Great Seal of the United States, signifying strength through peace. A ribbon is held in the Eagles beak, inscribed with “E Pluribus Unum,” which is Latin for, "Out of many, one." A 13 star triangle cluster is above the eagle, representing the original 13 colonies, with inscriptions, “UNITED STATES OF AMERICA” above, and “1 OZ. FINE SILVER~ONE DOLLAR” below. The artist's initials, “JM," appears just below the arrows, as well as the mintmark if applicable just below the olive branch.

Graded Uncirculated Silver Eagles

The three versions of the popular American Silver Eagle coins include both certified graded and bulk raw options. Both Numismatic Guarantee Corporation (NGC) and Professional Coin Grading Service(PCGS) authenticate and certifies Uncirculated, proof, and burnished American Silver Eagles, for visual brilliance and overall condition. A highest grade is Mint State 70 grade that is in perfect Mint State condition, the next grade down is a near-flawless Mint State 69.  Higher grades are highly desired by collectors who are looking for the highest grade within their budgets. Higher Mint State grades typically demand significant premiums above non-graded coins. However, if a perfect Mint State 70 Silver Eagle is out of reach, a Mint State 69 coin is a smart choice and a great value. There are many dates, mint marks, and finishes available, from recent releases, too hard to find past-year issues. Certified options range in grades and varied price points to fit any budget.  A good rule of thumb to follow is generally to buy the highest grade possible while available, within a given budget.