With each and every CoVesment committed to the ISDA Community Stabilization Fund through the promotion of our Grain House Initiative, all offerings received as CoVested charitable contributions are then deposited for credit on account, and redeemed in lawful money pursuant to Title 12 U.S. Code, Section 411, for the procurement of ISDA-CSF American Silver Eagles acquired directly from any one of 11 U.S. Mint Authorized Purchasers who get them directly from the U.S. Treasury Mint.
Our coins are then deposited in the "Rock Solid" sovereign jurisdictional vault of the ISDA, and accredited to the ISDA-CSF for further leveraged capital enhancement. The primary funcition of this stewardship is to focus on supporting the creation of a fund with perpetual financial provision unto all of our participating organic economic communities worldwide.
The number of coins currently held on deposit in the ISDA Community Stabilization Fund is currently available for all participating Members of our community to observe in real time.
(CLICK HERE) to see your ISDA-CSF's current account balance.
The American Silver Eagle 1 oz 2017 issued by the U.S. Mint is one of the most popular silver bullion products sold today.
The front of the coin is based on Adolph Weinman’s popular Walking Liberty Half Dollar design and the reverse features the heraldic eagle design by John Mercanti. Mint production is large and premiums low. Which is why this is one of the most popular silver bullion choices in the world.
From 1986 through 2012 the US Mint produced 337,562,676 regular production American Silver Eagle 1 oz 2017 coins. The following numbers represent the total amount of Silver Eagles made in that year.
2016 – 37.7 Million Produced
2015 – 47.0 Million Produced
2014 – 44.0 Million Produced
2013 – 42.0 Million Produced
2012 – 33.0 Million Produced
2011 – 40.0 Million Produced
Sinse coins were minted at the West Point facility but when production capacity lagged the Mint also used its San Francisco location. No production coins from either mint contain a Mint Mark and only the date is changed each year.
The US Mint provides pliable plastic tubes which seal tightly, contain 20 coins and will last a lifetime. American Silver Eagle 1 oz 2017 coins are also available in Green Monster Boxes which contain 500 coins (25 tubes of 20 coins each).
The term Monster Box was first used by TV telemarketers and the term stuck so is now common usage among bullion dealers. When examined you will find the US Mint spared no expense in developing this bullet-proof green plastic box which is safely shipped all over the world.
There are many reasons why this silver bullion coin is popular: (1) The American Silver Eagle 1 oz 2017 contains exactly one ounce of pure silver so pricing is easy. (2) Because weight and purity are guaranteed by the US Government this is a popular choice for Individual Retirement Accounts. (3) Because the American Silver Eagle 1 oz 2017 is $1.00 Legal Tender they appeal to investors who want barter money in case paper currency is questioned. (4) The American Silver Eagle 1 oz 2017 is strikingly beautiful and a tribute to the brilliant uncirculated quality produced by the US Mint.
2017 1 oz Silver American Eagle – Silver, minted by the U.S. Mint in 2017. This Bullion Coin comes in a 1oz denomination. Introduced in 1986, the obverse (front) has the “Walking Liberty” originally designed by Adolph Weinman’s for the U.S. Half Dollar used from 1916-1947. The reverse displays a heraldic eagle with shield, with an olive branch in one talon and arrows in the other, designed by the sculptor John Mercanti. They are struck with a $1 face value. Weight is listed as 31.103 grams; with a composition of .999 pure silver. This coin has a Diameter of 40.6 mm with a reeded edge. They are minted in San Francisco, Philadelphia and West Point.
Contains 1 oz of .999 fine Silver.
Multiples of 20 are packaged in mint tubes. Multiples of 500 are packaged in “Monster Boxes.” All other coins will be in protective plastic.
Eligible for Precious Metals IRAs.
Obverse: Adolph A. Weinman’s design showing Lady Liberty draped in an American flag, walking gracefully as the sun rises over a ridge.
Reverse: A heraldic eagle is shown below 13 small stars, representing the original colonies.
Sovereign coin backed by the U.S. government.
The U.S. Mint does not sell its bullion coins directly to the public. Instead, they distribute their coins to only a handful of authorized dealers.
One of the most popular designs in American coinage, the Silver Eagle combines beauty with Silver bullion appeal.
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