COINS & PRECIOUS METALS
May 18, 2016
Weight: 3 oz; Coin - 1 oz/Bar - 2 oz
Purity: .999 fine silver
Design: American Eagle Coin set in a 2 oz Silver Bar
The American Silver Eagle is the single most popular bullion coin the world right now. Produced by the United States Mint on annual basis since 1986, 2016 marks the 30th anniversary of a coin program which recently set a sales record of 44 million coins in a single year (2014). To mark the special occasion, you can now purchase a 2016 3 oz 30th Anniversary American Silver Eagle Coin bar from JM Bullion.
Each product features a 2 oz silver bar and 1 oz silver coin. Individual coins contain 1 oz of .999 pure silver. Coin bears a face value of $1 (USD) backed by the federal government. Features Adolph A. Weinman's Walking Liberty Design. Total precious metal content of 3 oz of pure silver. Please note the 2 oz bar is not an official US Mint product.
American Silver Eagle coins were introduced in 1986 by the United States Mint to serve as the official silver bullion product of the federal government. Silver stores were released from the Defense National Stockpile to strike the coins in an effort to raise additional funds for the federal government.
The Treasury and United States Mint chose Adolph A. Weinman's Walking Liberty design from 1916 to feature on the obverse face of the coin. In the design, Liberty is featured striding toward the setting sun with the American flag draped over her shoulders. The imagery is representative of the nation's constant march toward a brighter future.
John Mercanti, Chief Engraver of the US Mint, created the heraldic eagle image used on the reverse. A bald eagle is set behind a heraldic shield in the design, with a 3-point set of 13 stars above its head representing America's original colonies. Mercanti's image was created specifically for this coin program.
For this special 30th anniversary product, you receive a 2 oz. silver bar with an inset space for your 2016 1 oz American Silver Eagle Coin. You can mount the American Silver Eagle within the face of the bar, creating a stunning combination of a high-value bullion coin and a silver bar.