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ONLY 100 OF THESE COINS WERE GIVEN THIS LABEL
The American Silver Eagle is a bullion coin offered annually by the U.S. Mint. This series has been in production since 1986. Each Silver Eagle is made of .999 fine silver and weighs 1 Troy oz. The coin shown here was struck in 2012 at the San Francisco Mint. It does not have a Mint mark, its Mint of origin was determined by examining the original Monster Box it came from. It has a Brilliant Uncirculated finish.
The date can be found on the obverse along with Adolph A. Weinman's Walking Liberty design. Liberty is shown with the stars and stripes flowing around her as she walks.
The design on the reverse is the work of John Mercanti. Mercanti served as the 12th Chief Engraver of the U.S. Mint. The heraldic bald eagle at the center of the design features a high level of detail.
When this coin was submitted to the Numismatic Guaranty Corporation it received the perfect grade of Mint State 70.
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Know Your Money
Before You Sell...
Your coins (bullion), you need to know a couple of things before you do anything.
You should know the value of coins. This is very important due to fluctuation of the precious metals market. What you buy today at one price is not what you may get when you sell it.
Also get educated on the products. I remember when I was selling some of my coins to a coin dealer, I was asked about a particular coin in my collection that I wasn't selling. He asked me if I knew the difference between the grades of 69 & 70 which I replied that I did and also told him that this coin had a very low mintage.
He was shocked that I knew and tried to offer me a low ball price which I politely decline because I knew the value of my coin and he would be selling it for a higher price later on. If I had not studied, I would've been ripped off and would've been upset at myself.
This happens a lot to people who sell their products without knowing the intrinsic value of coins. There is another story of a person selling gold collectible coins that they stole to a pawn shop. The coins were worth of over $50,000, but the person only received $12,000 for them. The thing that I suggest is to get educated on the precious metals market and understand the value of them before you purchase/sell.
To Sell Your Coins
You can sell your bullion or collectible coins to coin dealers and pawnshops, but they will NOT give you full price for them. The will come close to what the market is dictating at the time and they have to sell them at higher price so they can make a profit also.
If you need to liquidate, understand this rule of thumb before you off load your metals. If you want to get more than what the dealers at the shop are giving you, then look into selling your coins online like Ebay or Amazon. Just find out about their fees for listing, then calculate the cost that you are comfortable walking away with.
If you bought coins from Mintbuilder and would like to sell them, then you can email to find out the process on how to do this. Remember!!!! Dealers will come close to the market price of the precious metals. If a gold gram bar is going for $60, a dealer may offer you $45 for it.
Contact to sell your coins to Mintbuilder if you bought them:
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