1986 Silver Eagle

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The American Silver Eagle series was introduced in 1986 and is still being minted today. The coin contains 1.0 Troy Ounce of 9993 Fine silver. The obverse of the coin is very similar to the Walking Liberty Half Dollar which was minted from 1916 to 1947. The Silver Eagle has been issued in both business strike and proof condition. American Silver Eagle Mintages vary year to year based on investor demand. Annual American Silver Eagle Mintage Numbers. The Liberty Coin Act of 1985 authorized the US Mint to create the first American Silver Eagle coins in 1986. The law set base design specifications and standards for the Silver Eagles that includes.

  1. 1986 Silver Eagle Ms70 Value
  2. 1986 Silver Eagle Dollar

Description: 1986 Silver Eagle $1 NGC MS70
Image source:David Lawrence Rare Coins
U.S. Coins: American Eagles
Silver: $27.16 $0.02
Palladium: $2308.38 $9.15
Silver: $27.16 $0.02
Palladium: $2308.38 $9.15
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About 1986 $1 Silver Eagles

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Coin Date:1986
Denom: $1 / Silver dollar
Mint Mark:P
Mint Location:Philadelphia
Coinage Type:Silver eagle
Coinage Years:1986-Present
Composition:99.9% silver
Variety:Silver Eagle
Strike Type:Business
Diameter:40.6 mm
Weight:31.03 gr
Weight:1 oz
Catalog #:9801

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1986 Silver Eagle

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1986 Silver Eagle Ms70 Value

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1986 Silver Eagle Dollar