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2013 1 oz Silver American Eagle Coins PCGS MS69

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The 2013 release of Silver American Eagles saw a big jump in demand and started a three-year run of growing mintage figures that culminated in 2015 with a record mintage. From the outset, the Silver American Eagle bullion coin proved popular with investors looking to buy silver. The 2013 1 oz Silver American Eagle Coin is currently available to you for purchase online at with a PCGS certification.

Coin Highlights:

  • Coins ship to you inside of the PCGS protective plastic slab!
  • 28th coin released in the 1 oz Silver American Eagle series!
  • Availability of certified coins is limited!
  • Consists of One Troy ounce of .999 fine silver.
  • Issued a face value of $1 (USD) by the United States.
  • Bears a Grade of Mint State 69 from the Professional Coin Grading Service.
  • Walking Liberty on the coin’s obverse.
  • Heraldic eagle of the United States on the coin’s reverse.

2013 Silver Eagle coins started the year with intense demand. The US Mint set a record for the highest one-day sales of Silver Eagle bullion coins on January 7th when selling for the year opened. A total of 3,937,000 coins were sold on that day alone, with the opening 10-day sales figure surpassing 6 million coins and forcing the US Mint to suspend sales for two weeks.

The 2013 release year also saw a unique 2013 Silver Eagle West Point Mint set of coins issued. The set celebrated the 75th anniversary of the building that houses the modern West Point Mint facility. It included a reverse proof Silver Eagle with “W” mintmark and an enhanced uncirculated Silver Eagle with a “W” mintmark.

On the obverse of 2013 1 oz Silver American Eagle bullion coins is the vision of Walking Liberty. Created by Adolph A. Weinman, this design captures Liberty’s appearance as she walks toward the sun on the horizon with the American flag draped over her shoulders.

The reverse of 2013 Silver Eagles features the oldest American coin design concept. The heraldic eagle of the United States was first created in 1794 by Robert Scot, the 1st Chief Engraver of the United States Mint. It has featured on various American coins throughout the nation’s history and was modernized for this series in 1986 by John Mercanti, the man who would become the 12th Chief Engraver of the US Mint in 2006.

2013 1 oz Silver American Eagle Coins available to you in this listing are in Mint State 69 condition. Known as near-perfect specimens, these coins have full, original mint luster with no more than two minor detracting flaws present. The minor flaws on these coins are limited to minuscule contact marks or hairlines.

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Additional information

Weight 1.00000 oz

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Brand: US Mint

Year: 2013

Grade: PCGS MS69

Mint: US Mint

Silver Content: 1 Troy Ounce

Purity: .999 Fine Silver

Face Value: $1 USD

Diameter: 40.6mm

Thickness: 2.98mm

Face Value: $1 USD

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