United States Mint Silver

United States Mint Silver

The United States Mint, established in 1792, holds a rich history as one of the oldest federal agencies. The U.S. Mint is responsible for producing an array of coins, including circulating coins for everyday transactions, commemorative coins to mark significant events, and investment-grade bullion coins like the American Eagle silver and gold coins. 

You can view the full list of our silver coins on our site from various mints.

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What is the United States Mint?

The United States Mint, established by the Coinage Act, is responsible for producing coinage for the United States. Their primary mission is to mint circulating coins for the nation's commerce while also producing numismatic products such as commemorative coins, medals, and Congressional Gold Medals.

One of the most popular and recognizable silver coins is the American Silver Eagle. It was first introduced in 1986 and features the iconic Walking Liberty design on the obverse and the heraldic eagle on the reverse.

Why invest in United States Mint silver coins?

You might invest in United States Mint silver coins for a few good reasons.

First off, these coins are considered legal tender, which means the United States government vouches for their authenticity and quality.

Silver is also a tangible asset that you can hold and touch, and it has its intrinsic value. Since silver has a limited quantity and is used in various industries, it makes it even more valuable and sought after by investors.

Lastly, depending on your investment portfolio, you can diversify your portfolio with these silver coins.

The different United States Mint silver coins

The United States Mint creates various silver coins, ranging from timeless classics to limited-edition releases. Among its noteworthy productions are the American Eagle, America the Beautiful Quarters, Silver Proof sets, and various commemorative silver coins. Each series has a unique story, appealing to both collectors and investors. At GOLD AVENUE, you can buy the popular American Eagle silver coin.

Discover the American Eagle silver coins

The American Eagle silver coin was first introduced in 1986, and these coins have captured the hearts of investors and collectors. The coin features the iconic Walking Liberty design on the obverse and a powerful eagle on the reverse.

These silver coins are not just pieces of art but also legal tender backed by the United States government. They weigh 1 oz (31.10 g) and come with a 99.90% silver purity.

What is the value of United States Mint silver coins?

The value of a United States Mint silver coin depends on various factors, such as its rarity, silver content, and the current silver price.

To calculate the worth of a specific coin, you can calculate its weight by the current spot price of silver. Then, you can add the fees, also known as premium, which include the production costs, logistics, and our margin.

Lastly, don’t forget to add VAT. Unlike gold, silver is considered a commodity and subject to tax, which is dependent on your region. But, to simplify your savings journey, we offer VAT-free silver coins. This means, for example, that you can own 1 oz American Eagle silver coins without having to worry about paying any VAT if you choose to store them in our secure vaults.

Store or deliver the United States Mint silver coins?

If you want to make your savings simple and convenient, then our unique storage solution might be the right choice. Our highly secure vaults are located in Switzerland and are independent of the banking system. They’re also insured against any theft, loss, and damages. You can start storing your coins with us for free (up to €10,000/£8,500) and resell them to us at any time without any commission.

Also, when you buy silver and store it with us, you can use the live performance tool in your wallet to monitor your savings and decide when it’s a good time to sell or buy more.

If you want to store your products at home, it’s vital to have the right insurance cover to ensure your silver savings are covered. It’s also important to have a safe to securely store your products.

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