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2019 $1 American Silver Eagle (BU)

2019 American Silver Eagles

 

Buy 2019 American Silver Eagles at low prices from Universal Coin, your trusted leader in bullion coin investments. American Silver Eagles are one of the most popular bullion coins in the world, containing 1 Troy ounce of pure .999-fine silver. Their weight, content, and purity are guaranteed by the United States government.

 

Buy American Silver Eagles For Your Precious Metals IRA

 

You never know what tomorrow holds, but you can hold a stake in your future with 2019 American Silver Eagles – the only United States silver bullion coins eligible for inclusion in an Individual Retirement Account (IRA). Silver Eagles are solid investments, made with pure American silver and monetized as official legal tender.

 

In addition to their eligibility for inclusion in precious metal IRAs, Silver Eagles carry incredible liquidity. American Silver Eagles are highly recognizable in the United States and abroad, and they are among the sought-after by silver bullion investors. Their solid silver content, worldwide popularity, and high liquidity make 2019 American Silver Eagles a great way to diversify your portfolio. 

 

 

 

Benefits of Buying 2019 American Silver Eagles

 

There are many reasons you should buy 2019 American Silver Eagles, including:

 

  • Real American Heritage – American Silver Eagles originated during the Reagan years and are graced with patriotic emblems.
  • US. Government Guaranteed – American Silver Eagles are the only silver bullion coins in the world whose content, weight, and purity have the backing of the United States government. American Silver Eagles often receive higher buy prices than other one ounce Silver bullion products.
  • Investment-Grade Silver – Each Silver Eagle contains one full Troy ounce of .999-fine silver and are the purest of United States silver coins.
  • A Solid Investment – Silver Eagles are America’s only official investment-grade one ounce silver coins.
  • Highly liquid – Silver Eagles are easy to buy, easy to sell.
  • Made in the USA – American Silver Eagles are made at the United States Mint with silver mined exclusively in America.

 

United States Congress approved the production of American Silver Eagles in 1985, and the first Silver Eagles were struck by the United States Mint in 1986, during the heart of Ronald Reagan’s historic two-term presidency. Each American Silver Eagle also bears a patriotic design. On the obverse is sculptor Adolph A. Weinman’s classic “Walking Liberty” obverse design first popularized on the American silver half dollar in 1916. The reverse depicts a heraldic eagle, a time-honored American symbol rendered on the Silver Eagle by Chief Engraver John Mercanti.

 

Why You Should Buy Your 2019 American Silver Eagle From Universal Coin

 

When you buy 2019 American Silver Eagles from Universal Coin, rest assured they have been acquired by national award-winning dealer Dr. Michael Fuljenz and his highly trained numismatic team. Longtime consultant to Universal Coin, Dr. Fuljenz boasts more than 40 years of experience in grading and authenticating United States silver and gold coins. He has also won more than 60 prestigious awards from numerous numismatic organizations and consumer protection groups.

 

Every coin you buy from Universal Coin comes with a 100% satisfaction guarantee. We ship our orders in discreet, secure packaging, and all online orders over $99 are delivered free. Additionally, we offer 24/7 customer care and will be glad to answer any questions you may have about your coins. Would you expect anything less from a trusted industry leader that has proudly earned and maintained an A+ rating from the Better Business Bureau?

 

Buy your 2019 American Silver Eagles from Universal Coin for expert quality assurance and real peace of mind. Call an account representative today toll-free at 800-822-4653.

 

More Information About American Silver Eagles

 

American Silver Eagles were first authorized by Congress under the Liberty Coin Act, which became Public Law 99-61 on July 9, 1985. The United States Mint began striking Silver Eagles in 1986 and has made more than 400 million since. Each Silver Eagle is made from a composition consisting of .999-fine American silver and weighs one full Troy ounce.  

 

The obverse of the American Silver Eagle carries the famous “Walking Liberty” design by Adolph A. Weinman that first appeared on the 90% silver Walking Liberty half dollar in 1916. The Walking Liberty half dollar was struck until 1947 and is known as one of the world’s most beautiful coins. The reverse of the American Silver Eagle depicts the heraldic eagle, a patriotic symbol first seen on United States coins in the 18th century. The heraldic eagle on the American Silver Eagle coins was designed by famous United States Mint Chief Engraver John Mercanti and is topped by 13 stars representing the 13 original American Colonies.

 

To buy 2019 American Silver Eagles for your portfolio, call us toll-free at 800-822-4653 and speak to an account representative. Act now, before prices increase. Don’t forget to ask about our other popular silver and gold coins, including Gold American Eagles, Carson City Morgan silver dollars, Royal Canadian Mint Maple Leaf silver and gold coins, Perth Mint silver coins, and much more.

 

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2019 $1 American Silver Eagle NGC MS69 (69)

NGC-Certified Silver Eagles MS-69, MS-70

 

Silver eagles graded MS-69 or MS-70 by the Numismatic Guaranty Corporation, or NGC, are among the most popular investment coins available. While there are millions of American Silver Eagles around, relatively few reach the grade levels of MS-69 and MS-70, which represent some of the finest specimens available. And, when you buy NGC-certified MS-69 and MS-70 silver eagles, you can be sure you really are getting the “Real McCoy.”

 

 Benefits Of Buying NGC-Certified MS-69 and MS-70 Silver Eagles

 

There are a multitude of reasons you should buy NGC MS-69 and MS-70 silver eagles, including:

 

  • Unparalleled Reputation – NGC was founded in 1987 and is one of the nation’s oldest and most respected coin certification companies. You can be confident that NGC-certified silver eagles are authentic and properly graded.
  • Excellent Quality – MS-69 silver eagles carry only one or two minor surface imperfections and MS-70 specimens are technically “perfect” or numismatically flawless.
  • Incredible Liquidity – American Silver Eagles are recognized around the world and are therefore easy to liquidate.
  • US Government Backing – Silver Eagles are minted by the United States Mint and have the full faith and backing of the U.S. government.
  • Real Wealth – Physical silver is insurance against inflation and international tragedy. Real silver is real wealth, and few sensations compare to holding genuine silver in your hands.  

  

 Why You Should Buy American Silver Eagles from Universal Coin & Bullion

 

If you’re seeking MS-69 or MS-70 NGC American Silver Eagles, then you’re already expressing your desire for the best. But when you choose Universal Coin & Bullion, you can enjoy the best of the best. Our team of experts is led by Dr. Michael Fuljenz, who proudly serves as “America’s Gold Expert” and has appeared on Fox Business News, Bloomberg TV, and CNBC. Dr. Fuljenz understands what quality is, and that’s why he chooses only the best NGC MS-69 and MS-70 silver eagles for our inventory. Dr. Fuljenz was an authenticator and grader for a leading grading service.

 

Still curious on what those differences are between MS-69 and MS-70 silver eagles? Let’s explain this with a little more detail:

 

  • MS-69 silver eagles are ideal for investors who want an affordable, yet high-quality example of the beautiful American Silver Eagle, which features the critically acclaimed Walking Liberty design on the obverse (or “head’s side”) and heraldic eagle on the reverse (“tail’s side”). MS-69 specimens typically have just one or two minor surfaces flaws.
  • MS-70 silver eagles are considered technically “perfect” in the numismatic sense. MS-70 silver eagles are more expensive than MS-69 specimens, but coins in either grade makes tremendous – and patriotic – additions to any bullion portfolio or collection.

 

Whether you buy MS-69 or MS-70 silver eagles, you can rest assured they will be shipped in secure, discreet packaging. Online orders over $99 qualify for free shipping to help you maximize your investment dollars. We’ll ensure you’re completely satisfied with your silver eagles and will not consider the order complete until you’re 100% happy with the products and service you’ve received from us. No wonder we have earned and maintain an A+ rating with the Better Business Bureau!

 

For more information about our NGC MS-69 and MS-70 silver eagles, please call us today toll-free at 800.822.4653. Silver prices move quickly, so order today before prices increase again.

 

 More Information About American Silver Eagles

 

Many consider the American Silver Eagle as the nation’s modern silver dollar. Silver eagles are a contemporary take on the classic Morgan dollars made during the days of Old West gun slinging, action-packed saloons, and endless opportunities on the untamed frontier. American Silver Eagles were born during the presidency of a classic American figure – President Ronald Reagan. In 1985, President Reagan signed into law legislation that instituted the American Eagle bullion coin program, which authorizes both the silver and gold American Eagle coins. American Silver Eagles – the coin whose silver dollar roots trace back through yesteryear and symbolizes a lasting legacy of “The Gipper” himself.

 

The gorgeous design on the American Silver Eagle was originally designed in 1916 by Adolph A. Weinman and appeared on the half dollar for another 31 years, until 1947. Some 39 years later, in 1986, the United States Mint resurrected the patriotic design a few minute enhancements. Sculptor-Engraver John Mercanti, who later served as the U.S. Mint’s chief engraver, helped prepare the coin for production, also designing the coin’s heraldic eagle on the reverse.

 

Aside from some minor design modifications throughout the years and a one-year special edge inscription for the 30th anniversary of the series in 2016, American Silver Eagles remain virtually unchanged from their appearance during the Reagan era in 1986. For this and many other reasons, the silver eagle has enjoyed crossover collectible appeal among collectors and is a staple for bullion investment portfolios the world over.


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2019 $1 American Silver Eagle NGC MS70 (70)

NGC-Certified Silver Eagles MS-69, MS-70

 

Silver eagles graded MS-69 or MS-70 by the Numismatic Guaranty Corporation, or NGC, are among the most popular investment coins available. While there are millions of American Silver Eagles around, relatively few reach the grade levels of MS-69 and MS-70, which represent some of the finest specimens available. And, when you buy NGC-certified MS-69 and MS-70 silver eagles, you can be sure you really are getting the “Real McCoy.”

 

 

Benefits Of Buying NGC-Certified MS-69 and MS-70 Silver Eagles

 

There are a multitude of reasons you should buy NGC MS-69 and MS-70 silver eagles, including:

 

  • Unparalleled Reputation – NGC was founded in 1987 and is one of the nation’s oldest and most respected coin certification companies. You can be confident that NGC-certified silver eagles are authentic and properly graded.
  • Excellent Quality – MS-69 silver eagles carry only one or two minor surface imperfections and MS-70 specimens are technically “perfect” or numismatically flawless.
  • Incredible Liquidity – American Silver Eagles are recognized around the world and are therefore easy to liquidate.
  • US Government Backing – Silver Eagles are minted by the United States Mint and have the full faith and backing of the U.S. government.
  • Real Wealth – Physical silver is insurance against inflation and international tragedy. Real silver is real wealth, and few sensations compare to holding genuine silver in your hands.  

 

  

Why You Should Buy American Silver Eagles from Universal Coin & Bullion

 

If you’re seeking MS-69 or MS-70 NGC American Silver Eagles, then you’re already expressing your desire for the best. But when you choose Universal Coin & Bullion, you can enjoy the best of the best. Our team of experts is led by Dr. Michael Fuljenz, who proudly serves as “America’s Gold Expert” and has appeared on Fox Business News, Bloomberg TV, and CNBC. Dr. Fuljenz understands what quality is, and that’s why he chooses only the best NGC MS-69 and MS-70 silver eagles for our inventory. Dr. Fuljenz was an authenticator and grader for a leading grading service.

 

Still curious on what those differences are between MS-69 and MS-70 silver eagles? Let’s explain this with a little more detail:

 

  • MS-69 silver eagles are ideal for investors who want an affordable, yet high-quality example of the beautiful American Silver Eagle, which features the critically acclaimed Walking Liberty design on the obverse (or “head’s side”) and heraldic eagle on the reverse (“tail’s side”). MS-69 specimens typically have just one or two minor surfaces flaws.
  • MS-70 silver eagles are considered technically “perfect” in the numismatic sense. MS-70 silver eagles are more expensive than MS-69 specimens, but coins in either grade makes tremendous – and patriotic – additions to any bullion portfolio or collection.

 

Whether you buy MS-69 or MS-70 silver eagles, you can rest assured they will be shipped in secure, discreet packaging. Online orders over $99 qualify for free shipping to help you maximize your investment dollars. We’ll ensure you’re completely satisfied with your silver eagles and will not consider the order complete until you’re 100% happy with the products and service you’ve received from us. No wonder we have earned and maintain an A+ rating with the Better Business Bureau!

 

For more information about our NGC MS-69 and MS-70 silver eagles, please call us today toll-free at 800.822.4653. Silver prices move quickly, so order today before prices increase again.

 

 

More Information About American Silver Eagles

 

Many consider the American Silver Eagle as the nation’s modern silver dollar. Silver eagles are a contemporary take on the classic Morgan dollars made during the days of Old West gun slinging, action-packed saloons, and endless opportunities on the untamed frontier. American Silver Eagles were born during the presidency of a classic American figure – President Ronald Reagan. In 1985, President Reagan signed into law legislation that instituted the American Eagle bullion coin program, which authorizes both the silver and gold American Eagle coins. American Silver Eagles – the coin whose silver dollar roots trace back through yesteryear and symbolizes a lasting legacy of “The Gipper” himself.

 

The gorgeous design on the American Silver Eagle was originally designed in 1916 by Adolph A. Weinman and appeared on the half dollar for another 31 years, until 1947. Some 39 years later, in 1986, the United States Mint resurrected the patriotic design a few minute enhancements. Sculptor-Engraver John Mercanti, who later served as the U.S. Mint’s chief engraver, helped prepare the coin for production, also designing the coin’s heraldic eagle on the reverse.

 

Aside from some minor design modifications throughout the years and a one-year special edge inscription for the 30th anniversary of the series in 2016, American Silver Eagles remain virtually unchanged from their appearance during the Reagan era in 1986. For this and many other reasons, the silver eagle has enjoyed crossover collectible appeal among collectors and is a staple for bullion investment portfolios the world over.

1964 Kennedy Silver Half Dollar BU (BU)

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• 1964 Kennedy Half Dollars - Brilliant Uncirculated Condition (BU) in a protective capsule.

• Each Coin 1st Date of Issue - surviving bank and store inventory depletion in 1964

 

Historical John F. Kennedy Photo & Handwritten Letter (copy) To numismatist Mike Fuljenz's mother. When you call, ask about the correction done by the First Lady.


•  (Free High Resolution Digital Copy, limit 1 per household with coin order)

 Brilliant uncirculated coins include minor bag marking & may be white or have some light coloration (toning).
•  WHERE WERE YOU ON NOVEMBER 22, 1963? It's the question that haunts millions of Americans who remember the assassination of President  John F. Kennedy. 

•  Price subject to change • Availability not guaranteed • No dealers please

 

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1954 50C Franklin PCGS MS65 (65)

 

The Franklin Half-Dollar was designed by Chief Engraver, John R. Sinnock and was struck for 16 years (1948-1963). The obverse and reverse of the Franklin Half-Dollar features lustrous blast-white surfaces. Its composition is 90 percent silver and 10 percent copper. Featured on the obverse of the Franklin Half-Dollar is the portrait of Benjamin Franklin. Engraved directly above his portrait is the word, “Liberty.” Below Franklin’s portrait is the, “In God We Trust,” motto.


Centered on the reverse side of the Franklin Half-Dollar is a Liberty Bell and above it are inscribed the words, “UNITED STATES OF AMERICA .” Also located on the left side of the Franklin Half-Dollar’s reverse are the words, “E PLURIBUS UNUM,” and directly below the Liberty Bell are the words, “Half Dollar.”


The Franklin Half Dollar series is widely collected in part because of its historical significance. Benjamin Franklin was one of the Founding Fathers of the United States, his legacy as a leading author, printer, politician, political theorist, scientist, inventor, statesman, freemason and diplomat makes him a major figure in America’s history. Collectors interested in American History should make it a point to build their Franklin Half-Dollar series because of Franklin’s importance in the early years of the United States.


Composition: .900 silver - .100 copper

Mints: Philadelphia, Denver, and San Francisco

Surface: Lustrous Blast White

 

1954-D 50C Franklin PCGS MS64 (64)

 

The Franklin Half-Dollar was designed by Chief Engraver, John R. Sinnock and was struck for 16 years (1948-1963). The obverse and reverse of the Franklin Half-Dollar features lustrous blast-white surfaces. Its composition is 90 percent silver and 10 percent copper. Featured on the obverse of the Franklin Half-Dollar is the portrait of Benjamin Franklin. Engraved directly above his portrait is the word, “Liberty.” Below Franklin’s portrait is the, “In God We Trust,” motto.


Centered on the reverse side of the Franklin Half-Dollar is a Liberty Bell and above it are inscribed the words, “UNITED STATES OF AMERICA .” Also located on the left side of the Franklin Half-Dollar’s reverse are the words, “E PLURIBUS UNUM,” and directly below the Liberty Bell are the words, “Half Dollar.”


The Franklin Half Dollar series is widely collected in part because of its historical significance. Benjamin Franklin was one of the Founding Fathers of the United States, his legacy as a leading author, printer, politician, political theorist, scientist, inventor, statesman, freemason and diplomat makes him a major figure in America’s history. Collectors interested in American History should make it a point to build their Franklin Half-Dollar series because of Franklin’s importance in the early years of the United States.


Composition: .900 silver - .100 copper

Mints: Philadelphia, Denver, and San Francisco

Surface: Lustrous Blast White

 

1957 50C Franklin PCGS MS64 (64)

 

The Franklin Half-Dollar was designed by Chief Engraver, John R. Sinnock and was struck for 16 years (1948-1963). The obverse and reverse of the Franklin Half-Dollar features lustrous blast-white surfaces. Its composition is 90 percent silver and 10 percent copper. Featured on the obverse of the Franklin Half-Dollar is the portrait of Benjamin Franklin. Engraved directly above his portrait is the word, “Liberty.” Below Franklin’s portrait is the, “In God We Trust,” motto.


Centered on the reverse side of the Franklin Half-Dollar is a Liberty Bell and above it are inscribed the words, “UNITED STATES OF AMERICA .” Also located on the left side of the Franklin Half-Dollar’s reverse are the words, “E PLURIBUS UNUM,” and directly below the Liberty Bell are the words, “Half Dollar.”


The Franklin Half Dollar series is widely collected in part because of its historical significance. Benjamin Franklin was one of the Founding Fathers of the United States, his legacy as a leading author, printer, politician, political theorist, scientist, inventor, statesman, freemason and diplomat makes him a major figure in America’s history. Collectors interested in American History should make it a point to build their Franklin Half-Dollar series because of Franklin’s importance in the early years of the United States.


Composition: .900 silver - .100 copper

Mints: Philadelphia, Denver, and San Francisco

Surface: Lustrous Blast White

 

1957-D 50C Franklin PCGS MS64 (64)

 

The Franklin Half-Dollar was designed by Chief Engraver, John R. Sinnock and was struck for 16 years (1948-1963). The obverse and reverse of the Franklin Half-Dollar features lustrous blast-white surfaces. Its composition is 90 percent silver and 10 percent copper. Featured on the obverse of the Franklin Half-Dollar is the portrait of Benjamin Franklin. Engraved directly above his portrait is the word, “Liberty.” Below Franklin’s portrait is the, “In God We Trust,” motto.


Centered on the reverse side of the Franklin Half-Dollar is a Liberty Bell and above it are inscribed the words, “UNITED STATES OF AMERICA .” Also located on the left side of the Franklin Half-Dollar’s reverse are the words, “E PLURIBUS UNUM,” and directly below the Liberty Bell are the words, “Half Dollar.”


The Franklin Half Dollar series is widely collected in part because of its historical significance. Benjamin Franklin was one of the Founding Fathers of the United States, his legacy as a leading author, printer, politician, political theorist, scientist, inventor, statesman, freemason and diplomat makes him a major figure in America’s history. Collectors interested in American History should make it a point to build their Franklin Half-Dollar series because of Franklin’s importance in the early years of the United States.


Composition: .900 silver - .100 copper

Mints: Philadelphia, Denver, and San Francisco

Surface: Lustrous Blast White

 

1957-D 50C Franklin PCGS MS65 (65)

 

The Franklin Half-Dollar was designed by Chief Engraver, John R. Sinnock and was struck for 16 years (1948-1963). The obverse and reverse of the Franklin Half-Dollar features lustrous blast-white surfaces. Its composition is 90 percent silver and 10 percent copper. Featured on the obverse of the Franklin Half-Dollar is the portrait of Benjamin Franklin. Engraved directly above his portrait is the word, “Liberty.” Below Franklin’s portrait is the, “In God We Trust,” motto.


Centered on the reverse side of the Franklin Half-Dollar is a Liberty Bell and above it are inscribed the words, “UNITED STATES OF AMERICA .” Also located on the left side of the Franklin Half-Dollar’s reverse are the words, “E PLURIBUS UNUM,” and directly below the Liberty Bell are the words, “Half Dollar.”


The Franklin Half Dollar series is widely collected in part because of its historical significance. Benjamin Franklin was one of the Founding Fathers of the United States, his legacy as a leading author, printer, politician, political theorist, scientist, inventor, statesman, freemason and diplomat makes him a major figure in America’s history. Collectors interested in American History should make it a point to build their Franklin Half-Dollar series because of Franklin’s importance in the early years of the United States.


Composition: .900 silver - .100 copper

Mints: Philadelphia, Denver, and San Francisco

Surface: Lustrous Blast White

 

1959 50C Franklin PCGS MS64 (64)

 

The Franklin Half-Dollar was designed by Chief Engraver, John R. Sinnock and was struck for 16 years (1948-1963). The obverse and reverse of the Franklin Half-Dollar features lustrous blast-white surfaces. Its composition is 90 percent silver and 10 percent copper. Featured on the obverse of the Franklin Half-Dollar is the portrait of Benjamin Franklin. Engraved directly above his portrait is the word, “Liberty.” Below Franklin’s portrait is the, “In God We Trust,” motto.


Centered on the reverse side of the Franklin Half-Dollar is a Liberty Bell and above it are inscribed the words, “UNITED STATES OF AMERICA .” Also located on the left side of the Franklin Half-Dollar’s reverse are the words, “E PLURIBUS UNUM,” and directly below the Liberty Bell are the words, “Half Dollar.”


The Franklin Half Dollar series is widely collected in part because of its historical significance. Benjamin Franklin was one of the Founding Fathers of the United States, his legacy as a leading author, printer, politician, political theorist, scientist, inventor, statesman, freemason and diplomat makes him a major figure in America’s history. Collectors interested in American History should make it a point to build their Franklin Half-Dollar series because of Franklin’s importance in the early years of the United States.


Composition: .900 silver - .100 copper

Mints: Philadelphia, Denver, and San Francisco

Surface: Lustrous Blast White

 

1959-D 50C Franklin PCGS MS64 (64)

 

The Franklin Half-Dollar was designed by Chief Engraver, John R. Sinnock and was struck for 16 years (1948-1963). The obverse and reverse of the Franklin Half-Dollar features lustrous blast-white surfaces. Its composition is 90 percent silver and 10 percent copper. Featured on the obverse of the Franklin Half-Dollar is the portrait of Benjamin Franklin. Engraved directly above his portrait is the word, “Liberty.” Below Franklin’s portrait is the, “In God We Trust,” motto.


Centered on the reverse side of the Franklin Half-Dollar is a Liberty Bell and above it are inscribed the words, “UNITED STATES OF AMERICA .” Also located on the left side of the Franklin Half-Dollar’s reverse are the words, “E PLURIBUS UNUM,” and directly below the Liberty Bell are the words, “Half Dollar.”


The Franklin Half Dollar series is widely collected in part because of its historical significance. Benjamin Franklin was one of the Founding Fathers of the United States, his legacy as a leading author, printer, politician, political theorist, scientist, inventor, statesman, freemason and diplomat makes him a major figure in America’s history. Collectors interested in American History should make it a point to build their Franklin Half-Dollar series because of Franklin’s importance in the early years of the United States.


Composition: .900 silver - .100 copper

Mints: Philadelphia, Denver, and San Francisco

Surface: Lustrous Blast White

 

1960 50C Franklin PCGS MS64 (64)

 

The Franklin Half-Dollar was designed by Chief Engraver, John R. Sinnock and was struck for 16 years (1948-1963). The obverse and reverse of the Franklin Half-Dollar features lustrous blast-white surfaces. Its composition is 90 percent silver and 10 percent copper. Featured on the obverse of the Franklin Half-Dollar is the portrait of Benjamin Franklin. Engraved directly above his portrait is the word, “Liberty.” Below Franklin’s portrait is the, “In God We Trust,” motto.


Centered on the reverse side of the Franklin Half-Dollar is a Liberty Bell and above it are inscribed the words, “UNITED STATES OF AMERICA .” Also located on the left side of the Franklin Half-Dollar’s reverse are the words, “E PLURIBUS UNUM,” and directly below the Liberty Bell are the words, “Half Dollar.”


The Franklin Half Dollar series is widely collected in part because of its historical significance. Benjamin Franklin was one of the Founding Fathers of the United States, his legacy as a leading author, printer, politician, political theorist, scientist, inventor, statesman, freemason and diplomat makes him a major figure in America’s history. Collectors interested in American History should make it a point to build their Franklin Half-Dollar series because of Franklin’s importance in the early years of the United States.


Composition: .900 silver - .100 copper

Mints: Philadelphia, Denver, and San Francisco

Surface: Lustrous Blast White

 

1961-D 50C Franklin PCGS MS64 (64)

 

The Franklin Half-Dollar was designed by Chief Engraver, John R. Sinnock and was struck for 16 years (1948-1963). The obverse and reverse of the Franklin Half-Dollar features lustrous blast-white surfaces. Its composition is 90 percent silver and 10 percent copper. Featured on the obverse of the Franklin Half-Dollar is the portrait of Benjamin Franklin. Engraved directly above his portrait is the word, “Liberty.” Below Franklin’s portrait is the, “In God We Trust,” motto.


Centered on the reverse side of the Franklin Half-Dollar is a Liberty Bell and above it are inscribed the words, “UNITED STATES OF AMERICA .” Also located on the left side of the Franklin Half-Dollar’s reverse are the words, “E PLURIBUS UNUM,” and directly below the Liberty Bell are the words, “Half Dollar.”


The Franklin Half Dollar series is widely collected in part because of its historical significance. Benjamin Franklin was one of the Founding Fathers of the United States, his legacy as a leading author, printer, politician, political theorist, scientist, inventor, statesman, freemason and diplomat makes him a major figure in America’s history. Collectors interested in American History should make it a point to build their Franklin Half-Dollar series because of Franklin’s importance in the early years of the United States.


Composition: .900 silver - .100 copper

Mints: Philadelphia, Denver, and San Francisco

Surface: Lustrous Blast White

 

1962-D 50C Franklin PCGS MS64 (64)

 

The Franklin Half-Dollar was designed by Chief Engraver, John R. Sinnock and was struck for 16 years (1948-1963). The obverse and reverse of the Franklin Half-Dollar features lustrous blast-white surfaces. Its composition is 90 percent silver and 10 percent copper. Featured on the obverse of the Franklin Half-Dollar is the portrait of Benjamin Franklin. Engraved directly above his portrait is the word, “Liberty.” Below Franklin’s portrait is the, “In God We Trust,” motto.


Centered on the reverse side of the Franklin Half-Dollar is a Liberty Bell and above it are inscribed the words, “UNITED STATES OF AMERICA .” Also located on the left side of the Franklin Half-Dollar’s reverse are the words, “E PLURIBUS UNUM,” and directly below the Liberty Bell are the words, “Half Dollar.”


The Franklin Half Dollar series is widely collected in part because of its historical significance. Benjamin Franklin was one of the Founding Fathers of the United States, his legacy as a leading author, printer, politician, political theorist, scientist, inventor, statesman, freemason and diplomat makes him a major figure in America’s history. Collectors interested in American History should make it a point to build their Franklin Half-Dollar series because of Franklin’s importance in the early years of the United States.


Composition: .900 silver - .100 copper

Mints: Philadelphia, Denver, and San Francisco

Surface: Lustrous Blast White

 

Extremely Fine Morgan Silver Dollar (XF)
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  • Our Choice of Date
  • Dates from 1878-1904
  • Extremely Fine Circulated Condition
  • Impressive 38.1mm diameter containing over ¾ oz of pure silver
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Morgan Silver Dollar MS-64 (64)
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  • PCGS or NGC Certified (Our Choice)
  • Coin pictures for representation only
  • Our choice of dates (1878 - 1904) and mint
  • The number one (1) Collected Classic United States Silver Coin
  • Today's prices are almost 50% higher than in 2010
  • Great luster and beauty
  • Desired by bank and train robbers for their over 3/4 oz of pure silver
  • Impressive size 38.1 mm diameter and weight (over 3/4 oz of pure silver)
  • Prices have trended higher
  • Hand-Selected by Award-Winning Expert Mike Fuljenz
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$63.00
2019 1 oz Veterans NRA Silver Round (BU)
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FREE BONUS – PHONE ORDERS ONLY
Heroes of America DVD – 20 min. documentary included with your 2019 Veterans NRA Silver Round purchase.

Limit 1 per household

  • Each Veterans NRA Silver Round contains one full ounce of investment grade .999 fine silver and measures 39mm in diameter
  • Brilliant Uncirculated finish
  • From the respected Highland Mint
  • IRA Approved Silver Round
  • 1 oz .999 Fine Silver
  • Bulk Silver - Low Prices
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$16.29
2019 1 oz Whitetail Deer NRA Silver Round (BU)
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  • Each Whitetail Silver Round contains one full ounce of investment grade .999 fine silver and measures 39mm in diameter.
  • Unique Incuse Strike/Frosted Finish
  • From the respected Highland Mint
  • IRA Approved Silver Round
  • 1oz .999 Fine Silver
  • Bulk Silver - Low Prices

  • DID YOU KNOW?

    NRA's top 5 whitetail states for 2017 ... Can you name them? (Texas, Pennsylvania, Michigan, West Virginia, Mississippi)

    There are nearly 12 million big game hunters in the U.S. with 94% hunting deer.

    Whitetail remain the single most-hunted game animal in the United States by a large margin.

    The natural wariness, keen sense of smell and hearing allow the Whitetail to avoid danger and is an ultimate challenge to any hunter. But his muscle packed body, great speed and graceful antlers make him the most fun to hunt and at the top of every hunters wish list.

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2019 1 oz Mallard NRA Silver Round (BU)
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  • Each Mallard Silver Round contains one full ounce of investment grade .999 fine silver and measures 39mm in diameter
  • This is the 3rd coin in the NRA Wildlife Series
  • From the respected Highland Mint
  • IRA Approved Silver Round
  • 1oz .999 Fine Silver
  • Bulk Silver - Low Prices
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$16.29
2018 1 oz Mallard NRA Silver Round (BU)
CALL FOR QUANTITY PRICING: 1-800-822-GOLD
  • Each Mallard Silver Round contains one full ounce of investment grade .999 fine silver and measures 39mm in diameter
  • The Mallard Silver Round obverse (front) design is brought to life by utilizing an innovative 3D relief coupled with a full-color screening. The obverse of each silver round is finished with a protective coating, ensuring the quality and longevity of the bold colors for generations to come.
  • From the respected Highland Mint
  • IRA Approved Silver Round
  • 1oz .999 Fine Silver
  • Bulk Silver - Low Prices
Add to Cart
$25.00
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