Sell American Silver Eagles (Prices) in Las Vegas, NV

The American silver Eagle is one of the most popular silver bullion coins in the United States, and also in Las Vegas.  It is comprised of 1 ounce of 99.9 pure silver and is guaranteed by the United States government mint.

As of 2015, there were approximately 47 million eagles that have been minted to date.

Silver Eagles Prices

Prices of silver eagles depend highly on 2 things:

  • Collectability
  • Silver Spot Price

The collectability comes in especially for older versions that are in “uncirculated” condition (we will get to that later on).  These are usually pretty rare though, as most of the millions of American Eagles in the world are considered for silver spot price first.

So to find out what the base price of the coin is, you must reference the US silver spot price which you can find here:

Sell Silver Eagle Coins in Las Vegas Nevada

Without a doubt, the #1 place to sell your silver Eagle coins in Las Vegas is to Nevada Coin Mart.   We are an award-winning local business that has won the “Best of Las Vegas” awards  (sponsored by the Las Vegas Review Journal) over 12 times and counting.

This guarantees not only that you will be getting treated fairly, but  also that you will be getting the most money for your American silver eagle coins.

Silver American Eagle Coins

Most people do not understand that there is one proper way to refer to this coin; it is: the “American Silver Eagle”.   Some people in Las Vegas refer to it as “Silver American Eagle”, while though OK, is not technically accurate.

When getting into US silver bullion coins, whether in Las Vegas, Summerlin, Henderson, Mesquite, or any of the other surrounding areas, you want to make sure you are referring to it correctly, so as not to confuse other coin collectors and numismatists.

History of the American Silver Eagle Coins

The start of the minting of the American Silver Eagle stems from the 1970’s when the US had too much silver on its hands.   This was known as the “Defense National Stockpile”.  Because of this abundant amount of silver, the American mint decided the best way to get rid of it (while making  a profit) was to produce a national silver coin for the United States.  This was the birth of the “American Silver Eagle” coin.

Since then it has become worldwide-recognized for being one of the most prestigious silver coins in the world.  It is collected worldwide, and is held in high esteem.