United States of America, 2011 Silver Eagle

It appears that as the newer Silver Eagles come out, the older pieces become more expensive. At least that seems to be what our supplier seems to be asking. So when these 2011 American Silver Eagles came in we were delighted. They have a nominal face value of just One Dollar, they contain one ounce of pure silver and are in Choice Brilliant Uncirculated condition. The quality is about as nice as you can get and they are one of the most beautiful modern coins that American makes. We only have 100 pieces, so while they last the price is very attractive. Get them while you can.
Availability: In stock
SKU: FUS2011
£34.50
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