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Before the American Silver Eagle, the US had never seen a pure silver bullion coin before. From the Morgan dollar to the Peace then the disappointment of the Eisenhower dollar, collectors and investors were ready for a change in pace. In 1986, the US Mint released the very first Silver Eagle, which immediately became a collection staple all over the country. Since then, the American Silver Eagle collection has become the most popular silver bullion series sold in the US. The coin collectors enjoy the beautiful brilliant uncirculated finish, the amount of history that is pictured on the coin, and the increasing numismatic value. Investors can take pride in the fact they are getting more than their moneys worth of silver as it grows over time. With both parties satisfied year to year, the US Mint has plans of minting the Silver Eagle for many more years to come.
Your 2002 American Silver Eagle Roll encases 20 Silver Eagles, that shine brilliantly with the flawless finish of nothing less than a perfectly struck brilliant uncirculated coin. The obverse highlights the Walking Liberty design that reigned on circulating half dollars between 1916-1947. Lady Liberty contains a tall and slender figure while draped in a see through robe. One arm carries branches while the other is reaching out in invitation. The lady is accompanied by the words, "Liberty," "In God We Trust," and the coin's date of mintage. The reverse of the silver eagle showcases a proud eagle, protected by a large shield. The eagle's wings are outstretched with the famous Latin phrase, "E pluribus unum," written across a banner. Each of the eagle's talons are grasping onto something: the left holds arrows and the right holds an olive branch. Above the eagle's head, 13 stars remain to symbolize the original 13 colonies that started the United States of America. The coin's weight and purity are neatly stamped around the national seal for validity purposes.