There’s more than one option available to you when buying silver. From silver bars and silver coins to silver bullets, shot, statues, and rounds, the silver market is as diverse as any segment of the precious metals industry. The Golden State Mint is one of the leaders in the production of unique gold, silver, and copper rounds for investors and collectors. Its newest collection is the Silver Eagle Round and it offers beautiful images of the American flag and the bald eagle. Right now, 1/2 oz Silver GSM Eagle Rounds are available to purchase online at Silver.com.
- Ships to you in protective flips, acrylic tubes of 20, or boxes of 720 rounds!
- Brand-new designs from the Golden State Mint!
- Consists of One-Half Troy ounce of .999 fine silver.
- The obverse depicts two bald eagles.
- On the reverse is the American flag.
Each 1/2 oz Silver GSM Eagle Round in this product listing at Silver.com comes with individual or bulk packaging. Purchases of one to six rounds will come with all rounds in protective plastic flips. Multiples of these silver rounds ship inside plastic tubes of 20 rounds and boxes of 720 rounds. The box contains a total of 360 Troy ounces of silver in total.
The American bald eagle has graced countless forms of coinage in the United States. The bald eagle featured in the heraldic eagle design on the very first gold coins the United States issued. In fact, that first series of gold coins was known as the US Eagle and included denominations of $2.50, $5.00, $10.00, and $20.00.
The obverse side of 1/2 oz Silver GSM Eagle Rounds features an image of the American bald eagle. In fact, there are not one, but two eagles on this face of the round. In the background field, you will find the right-profile effigy of an eagle’s head as it gazes off toward an unseen point. The foreground includes the image of an eagle with sweeping wings.
On the reverse field of Silver GSM Eagle Rounds is a depiction of the American flag. In this design, the flag flaps gently in the breeze as the stripes and field of stars waver in the wind. The 13 stripes of the American flag represent the original colonies that broke away from Britain to form the new United States of America. The field in the upper left includes 50 stars, one for each of the modern US states.
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