2009 Silver American Eagle $1 1oz Dollar

2009 American Silver Eagle
First Strike Issue
Silver American Eagle $1 1oz Dollar
The silver eagle is a one-ounce bullion coin with a face value of one dollar.� � The obverse has Adolph A. Weinman’s Liberty Walking design used on the half dollar coins from 1916 through 1947.� � His initials are on the hem of the gown.� The reverse design is a rendition of a heraldic eagle by John Mercanti.
Since 2001, regular-strike silver eagles have been produced at West Point (without mintmarks), and Proofs have been produced at West Point (with mintmarks).� � The U.S. Mint does not release bullion mintage data on a regular basis.
From 2006 to 2008, special American Eagle Uncirculated coins in silver, gold, and platinum were sold directly from the United States Mint.� The term “Uncirculated-burnished” refers to the specialized minting process used to create these coins.� � Although they are similar in appearance to the ordinary Uncirculated American Eagle bullion coins, the Uncirculated-burnished coins can be distinguished by the addition of a mintmark and by the use of burnished coin blanks.� � Proof coins, which also have a mintmark, have a highly reflective, mirrorlike surface.�
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