Early Release 2011 San Francisco American Silver Eagles Make Great Portfolio Addition or Gift
Considering the record breaking demand for silver, the U.S. Mint has begun striking its popular American Silver Eagle coin in San Francisco. Over the last decade, these silver bullion coins have come solely from the West Point Mint.
Demand for these shiny 1-oz silver coins have been consistently breaking monthly sales records since 2008. This year is on pace to beat last year’s Silver Eagle sales record by a tremendous amount.
Authorized by the Liberty Coin Act of 1985, American Silver Eagles are minted in limited quantities each year. Much uncertainty surrounds how many will be produced in a given year.
The 2011 Silver Eagle from the San Francisco mint has the same purity and weight as its predecessors, as well as the same recognizable design. The front design of the coin features a replica of Adolph A. Wineman’s legendary “Walking Liberty” while the back features a majestic bald eagle.
This early release version of the Silver Eagle won’t be around very long. Not only is it more rare than standard Silver Eagle coins, it also has been Certified and assigned a Mint State 69 Grade rating as well as full certification by the National Guaranty Corporation (NGC). San Francisco Silver Eagles are also available in a monster box containing 500 silver eagles, minted for the first time in the San Francisco Mint.
To learn more about the San Francisco American Silver Eagle and other bullion coins, visit our silver investors buying guide today for specifications and other important facts.
Don’t wait to grab order your San Francisco American Silver Eagle. Supplies are limited and extremely controlled by the U.S. San Francisco Mint.
Buy Certified San Francisco Silver Eagles today to invest (…and collect) one of the most recognizable silver coins in the world.