This is a 1981 1 OZ .999+ Fine Silver World Wide Mint Round. Apart from silver being one of the best investments on the planet, these silver coins make great gifts and have an inspiring design. On one side this coin has a representation of the profile of Lady Liberty surrounded by 13 six pointed stars and on the other a Bald Eagle, both universal symbols of Freedom. A great way to inspire your friends, loved ones, and co-workers and to spread the message of Freedom.
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Good morning and thank you for your inquiry! As with most rounds, they sell anywhere from a standard spot + ~7% to upwards of 3x spot, depending upon the condition. We don’t come across them very often and in our experience they are somewhat rare.
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I have this coin but it says American eagle how much is coin worth?
Good Afternoon. As far as I know these coins trade at spot and you could sell it to a dealer at spot or no less than $1.50 under, roughly $33 at today’s prices.
I too have the “American eagle” version of this
coin. I have zero interest in selling the coin as it was left to me by my paternal Grandfather but especially after reading that you have not seen this version of the coin, my interest is peaked regarding the value. I have uploaded a picture Tony facebook page and I can send you a link if you like, just email me.
Thanks for checking us out! I would love to take a look at the link, please send it along when you get a chance.
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I have the exact coin (1981) except on the back it says American Eagle, not World Wide Web. I cannot find anything about a coin saying American Eagle. Were there many made? Any idea of possible amount of the coin? I would really appreciate any help you can give me.
Good evening and thanks for checking us out! I have never seen one as you describe but it seems like a lot of coins around 1981 may have used multiple dies for the back while maintaining the same die on the front. It is not uncommon necessarily but it may not be common either. These coins generally trade as bullion and I do not know of a specific premium attached to them but you never know.
Thank you for your interest and all the best!
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