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1991 American Silver Eagle Coin
1991 American Silver Eagle Coin
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Buy 1991 American Silver Eagle Coins Online
Since their release, American Eagle Silver Coins have been in constant production and became a must-have for collectors, who admire history and art working together. They are also attractive to investors who understand the value of bullion coins in a diversified investment portfolio.
According to specialists, bullion tends to perform well in times of market turmoil and fiat currencies devaluation. Because of that, buying bullion coins may be a sensible option for those looking for a hedge against these moments of financial instability. And silver coins are one of these interesting investments to keep an eye out.
1991 American Silver Eagle coins are a perfect match for intrinsic and semi-numismatic value. Their high level of pure silver added to the magnificent design that represents the iconic American symbols make these coins valuable items to investors and collectors alike.
1991 Silver Eagle Highlights:
- 1 troy ounce of .999 pure silver;
- Eligible for IRAs;
- 6th issue of the American Silver Eagle series;
- Face value of $1, backed by the Federal Government;
- Obverse design: The Walking Liberty, by Adolph A. Weinman;
- Reverse design: The famous Heraldic Eagle, by John M. Mercati
The 1991 Silver Eagle Design
The 6th edition of the American Silver Eagle coins repeats the successful design that made them one of the most popular coins in the history of the United States Mint. The iconic symbols showcased on both sides of the coin represent American patriotism and pride: the Walking Liberty and the heraldic eagle.
Silver Eagle Obverse Design: The Walking Liberty
Initially designed to be engraved on the half-dollar coins, the Walking Liberty illustrates the nation in a feminine figure, Lady Liberty. In the image Adolph A. Weinman created in 1917, she walks towards the sun rays, carrying branches of laurel and oak, as a sign of abundance while the American flag rests on her shoulder. Her right arm is open, as in a welcome sign, offering generosity and opportunities for those looking for a chance in the country.
Behind Lady Liberty, on the upper rim, we read “LIBERTY”. On the bottom, the year of issuance and beside her, “IN GOD WE TRUST”.
Silver Eagle Reverse Design: The Heraldic Eagle
The shielded eagle depiction is a creation of John Mercanti, the US Mint Chief Engraver at that time. In the image, the eagle appears behind the national shield, with open wings. The eagle carries in its beak a banner with the words “E PLURIBUS UNUM” and its talons carry arrows and branches of olive. Above the eagle, 13 five-pointed stars form a triangular shape, representing the Thirteen Colonies from 1776.
The inscription engraved on this side represents information related to the coin. They say: “UNITED STATES OF AMERICA” on the top, “1 OZ FINE SILVER” and the face value “ONE DOLLAR”.
The Silver Eagle Mintage
The American Silver Eagle program dates back to 1986, and came to life through the Liberty Coin Act, which authorized the program’s law. The first strikes of the coin were so successful that for some time, the US Mint had to face pent-up demand.
1991 was its 6th year of large-scale production and there was still a high demand for these Silver Eagle coins, which accounted for the third consecutive year of record breaking production. The bullion version of the coin had its peak at 7,191,066 units struck, while the Proof American Silver Eagle only reached 500,000 units.
1991 Silver Eagles for Sale
You can order 1991 American Silver Eagles for the lowest premiums over the silver spot price at SD Bullion's website or call one of our professional bullion dealers at 1-800-294-8732. Enjoy fast and discreet shipping with the best service online.
|Mint Capsule Included||No|
|Metal Content||1 Troy Oz|
|Mint/ Manufacturer||US Mint|
|Country of Manufacture||United States|
|Mint Box Quantity||500|
|Certificate of Authenticity||No|
|International Shipping Eligible||Yes|
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