2012 Burnished Silver Eagle
The silver eagle coins have been voted one of the world's more attractive and best loved coin designs. If you’re looking to buy a unique burnished silver eagle with an attractive satin finish, Bullion Shark has a large selection. This 2012-W Burnished silver eagle coin was minted in relatively low numbers at the West Point mint, making it a rare and collectible coin.
This 2012-W burnished silver eagle coin has been struck with 99% silver and 1% copper. It has reeded edging, a diameter of 40.6 millimeters and a weight of 31.1 grams. In 2012, 226,120 burnished silver eagle coins were minted at the West Point facility. This was a lower number of burnished coins then in previous years.
The 2012-W burnished silver eagle coin is individually packaged in a plastic casing. It’s been certificated by NGC and is in MS70 condition. Bullion shark will safely package and deliver the coin to your home.
Silver eagle coins history
The silver eagle coin was initially created to improve America's bullion coin offerings. The obverse design was created in 1916 by Adolph Weinman and is an iconic image used on the half-dollar coin. It features Lady Liberty draped in an American flag, carrying an olive branch and walking towards a sunrise. The design represents peace, freedom, and a new, brighter future for America.
The coin's reverse has an eagle, shield, and stars. It was designed in 1986 by John Mercanti.
American silver eagle coin value
Burnished silver eagle coins are rare and valuable. There worth depends on the number of coins that were struck, their year of issue, and mintmarks. These coins are generally worth between $100 and $150. The 2012-W burnished silver eagle is worth more than coins from previous years as a lower number was minted in 2012. They are worth approximately $150.