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Silver Eagles

Cheapest Silver Eagles

American Silver Eagles are a cornerstone product for many precious metals investors. Investors buy silver eagles because there is always demand for them.

The main reason why Silver Eagles are more expensive than generic silver rounds is that the US...

How to buy the cheapest Silver Eagles

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Quick Facts About Silver Eagles

Secondary Market Silver Eagles

Dealers buy Silver Eagles from individual investors at a lower premium than when they buy from the US Mint. When a dealer buys Silver Eagles from an individual they will resell them at a discount. These will be listed on their website's as "Secondary Market" or "Random Year" Silver Eagles.

Dealers will often pass this reduced premium to their customers when they offer the Silver Eagles for sale.

Secondary Market Silver Eagles can also be offered as Random Year Silver Eagles.

Cull Condition Silver Eagles

The cheapest American Silver Eagle coins for sale on the secondary market are usually "Cull" coins. The condition of Cull Silver Eagle coins will vary from dealer to dealer and from batch to batch. The conditions will usually show:

  • Signs of scratches
  • Some wear and tear
  • Signs of circulation and handling
  • May have been cleaned
  • May have been painted
  • Imperfections or other damage

Since the American Silver Eagle coin is considered a bullion coin (as opposed to proof coins), a cull coin will still contain 1 troy ounce of silver. Even in cull condition American Silver Eagle coins are still the most recognized government bullion coin in the world. The cheapest American Silver Eagle coins you can buy will be ones in cull condition.