The United States has been issuing Silver Eagles, containing one ounce of pure silver, with a nominal face value of One Dollar, every year since 1986. The coins near the beginning of the series are difficult to get, plus they are in Brilliant Uncirculated condition. For the early issues, you would expect to pay more, but especially for our customers, and while supplies last, you can have one at a special price.
In 1988 the United States Mint issued a Special Silver Dollar for the Summer Olympics, held in Seoul, South Korea. In 1983 and 1984 the Mint issued Silver Dollars for the Los Angeles Olympics. This one is a little more difficult to find. You have the Olympic Torch lighting the torch from the Statue of Liberty. The other side has the Olympic rings, the value and United States of America.
They are struck in 900 fine Silver and are in Proof condition. Now 30 years old and not all that easy to find and they do look quite handsome in Proof condition.
In 1922 the United States issued a Silver Dollar, called the Peace Dollar Commemorating the end of World War I. They had issued one in 1921 but it was a slightly different design and harder to strike and thus this 1922 is really the first year of issue.
These Silver Dollars are full crownsized, struck in 900 fine silver and in Brilliant Uncirculated condition. They are beautiful to look at and I think a rather fantastic coin to own. These coins were made to circulate, but the ones we have to offer, have never circulated and are as nice as the day they were struck some 95 years ago. A similar British Crown struck around that time and in similar condition would cost you £600 - £700 today.
The United States Silver Peace Dollar was first struck in 1921 and the coins were meant to be in everyday usage. They are full crownsized and struck in 900 fine Silver. Many consider it to be
one of America’s most attractive coins.
Now there is nothing rare about the 1923 date, it is just not all that easy to find when you are looking for it. We suppose the more dates they made, the less likely people were to put them aside. After all a Silver Dollar in 1923 was still considered a sizable amount of money.
The coins on offer are in Brilliant Uncirculated condition, which considering that they are now 95 years old, is quite impressive. A similar British coin in similar condition would cost you several
hundred pounds at least. While supplies last you can own a Brilliant Uncirculated 1923 US Silver Dollar for a highly competitive price.
In 1976 the United States celebrated its Bi-Centennial or 200th anniversary. For just one year they changed the designs of the Ike Dollar. We can offer the Ike Dollar in gleaming Proof condition. This is the cupro-nickel or business strike, the coins that were to actually circulate, but they are in Proof condition.
One year type coin, top quality and at a price that will please you. The dollar is a full crownsized, beautiful coin.
In 2000 the United States Mint issued a new
dollar coin: this one depicted a young native
American Shoshone woman, Sacagawea carrying
her infant Jean Baptiste. This design was
only used from 2000-2008 and after that they
changed the reverse design every year.
All the Sacagawea Dollars are struck in Proof
golden coloured metal. They were still trying to
find a substitute for the dollar bill. I think these
coins are fantastic in Proof condition, unfortunately
in Uncirculated they are just coins.
Supplies are limited. This product is the 2000 issue of this fabulous dollar coin in proof condition.