The 1989 American Silver Eagle
is another great piece of American History. The coin both beautiful and inexpensive, but as silver prices rise, so will the value of this coin, making it a nice investment. American Silver Eagle Coins also make great gifts. The 1989 Silver Eagle was minted as 5,203,327 uncirculated bullion coins and 617,694 proof coins. The design is that of the Liberty Walking Half Dollars that were minted from 1916-1947. The 1989 American Eagle is valued at about $20 in Mint State condition and rises to about $30 as a proof coin.
We are proud to offer this beautiful American Eagle Silver Dollar Proof that comes in its original US Mint box with a Certificate of Authenticity (COA).
The American Silver Eagle is the official silver bullion coin of the United States. It was first released by the United States Mint on November 24, 1986. It is struck only in the 1 troy oz denomination which has a nominal face value of one dollar and is guaranteed to contain one troy ounce of .999 pure silver.
It is authorized by the United States Congress and its weight and content is certified by the United States Mint. The American Silver Eagle bullion coin may be used to fund Individual Retirement Account investments. The Silver Eagle has been produced at three mints: one is the Philadelphia mint, and some of those issued there carry a “P” mintmark; in the early years of the series, the San Francisco mint issued proofs and these bear an “S”; more recent proofs are from the mint at West Point, New York. The latter have a “W” on the reverse.
Don’t miss out on this fabulous coin which displays beautiful frosted cameos with mirror like fields.
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I find it amazing that the interest and popularity of challenge coins and challenge coin displays keeps rising. I get many questions about military challenge coins so I have decided to gather some valuable tips for you.
The most popular challenge coins are navy challenge coins, marine corps challenge coins, army challenge coins, air force challenge coins and police challenge coins. Which one do you prefer?
Challenge coins are more precious than one can imagine – they usually worth a couple of bucks, but they have a sentimental value no one can evaluate. That’s way; you must protect your military challenge coins by using a challenge coin display case.
Buy a challenge coin display that totally answers your needs:
1. One that will make you proud of your challenge coins collection – Some have dozens of challenge coins from navy challenge coin, marine corps challenge coins and army challenge coin to air force challenge coins and police challenge coins. A collection like this could be really impressive.
2. One that will fully protect your challenge coins – Most of the challenge coin display cases have a plastic capsule for each individual coin.
I find the military challenge coins a bit magical. Did you know that no one can point exactly when the first challenge coin was made? Some say that the first one is date to World War 1. Others say that the first military challenge coin is from the Vietnam War.
I believe that people are just starting now to understand the real value of challenge coins. A good investment would be purchasing as many different challenge coins as you can. They are going to be an expensive collectible item in a few years.
But one should remember that a challenge coin represents values before everything – support to the organization minted on the coin whether it is a navy challenge coin, marine corps challenge coin or any other organization.