2000 1 oz American Silver Eagle Coin


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Weight 1 oz
Dimensions 40.6 × 40.6 × 2.98 mm


As the American Silver Eagle soared out of the doldrums of the mid-1990s, the 2000 American Silver Eagle arrived with mintage figures that were up for both the bullion and proof versions of the coin for the third consecutive year.

Coin Highlights:

The US government fully backs the face value of $1 (USD).
Walking Liberty featured on the obverse.
The heraldic eagle of the United States on the reverse.

In 1996, the American Silver Eagle coin program hit an all-time low in production, with just 4.1 million coins produced. The result was largely impacted by the overall health of the American economy at the time.

Fast forward a few years, though, and Y2K fears were dragging down the American economy with the approach of 2000. There was also the Dotcom bubble burst to come on the horizon. These fears pushed precious metal prices higher, with it, interest in American Silver Eagle coins.

On the obverse, as usual, is the image of Walking Liberty from Adolph A. Weinman. The reverse features the heraldic eagle of the United States from John Mercanti.

Denomination: 1 Dollar
Metal Content: 1 oz
Thickness: 2.98 mm
Diameter: 40.6 mm

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