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|Quantity||Premium/Oz||Total Price Each|
|1 - 39||$1.29||$19.19|
|40 - 2499||$0.99||$18.89|
|2500+||Please Call For Our Best Pricing! 1-800-800-1865|
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Money Metals Exchange is pleased to offer its proprietary .999 fine Walking Liberty one-ounce silver round at low premiums. It is considered to be one of the most beautiful silver 1 oz round designs. Silver rounds are not legal tender and do not purport to be numismatic items. Rather, they are a fantastic way to get more silver ounces for the money than most other options. Because of its high sales volume combined with close relationships with private mints, Money Metals Exchange is able to offer the best sale prices on silver rounds found just about anywhere. The privately minted 1 oz Walking Liberty round is a great silver rounds investment.
ABOUT THE DESIGN
Walking Liberty (obverse) – Between 1916 and 1947 the United States minted what is widely regarded as one of the most beautiful coin designs ever. Originally, the Walking Liberty half-dollar silver coin design was created by Adolf A. Weinman, who was also the designer of the popular Mercury Dime. The current "American Silver Eagles" have a similar design on the obverse. These silver rounds are much larger and contain almost three times as much silver as the Walking Liberty half-dollar, which only contains 0.357 ounces of silver after factoring out the copper (which is 10% of its overall weight).
Perched Eagle (reverse) – The perched eagle is a popular rendition placed on numerous United States Mint coins, beginning in 1795 and becoming more prevalent in the mid-1800's. Each silver round is branded in the Money Metals Exchange name and stamped with its guaranteed weight of one troy ounce of .999 fine silver. These privately minted rounds are not legal tender and differ in numerous ways from any government-minted coin. And they are clearly marked with the Money Metals Exchange brand to further ensure there is no confusion with any coin or numismatic item.
THE DESIGNER BEHIND THE IMAGE
Heidi Wastweet is internationally recognized as one of the foremost bas relief and coin designers. She began sculpting at the age 18 and has steadily refined her skills as a medallic sculptor of coins, medals and tokens as well as large-format bronze castings. She has served as an officer of the American Medallic Sculpture Association (AMSA) and has been featured in COINage and COIN WORLD Magazines.
|Quality / Type:||Bullion, Uncirculated|
|Silver Weight:||1 troy ounce (31.103 grams)|
|Diameter:||1.535 inches (39 mm)|
|Obverse Design:||Walking Liberty|
|Reverse Design:||Perched Eagle|
We are buying this item back daily, and we pay you promptly!
Our current buy pricing is $17.90 each and we will buy up to 5,000 ounces at this price. Simply call us on any weekday to lock pricing at 1-800-800-1865.
Learn more about the process for selling to us here.
By Douglas A. on August 13th, 2015
Very pleased with ease of purchase process, and the competence and courtesy of staff at Money Metals Exchange. Coins shipped very quickly and were exceptionally packaged.
By Kelley B. on August 12th, 2015
Though I gave it 4 stars, because it is weakly printed and the details are not strong at all, it is still a great way to stock up on silver at a good price. It is a full troy ounce at a lower price.
By ron b. on August 7th, 2015
I've looked for a way to invest for the future. I can't say enough great things about this program. Do the monthly program and don't worry about the investment you are building up. Who knows what the future will bring.
By Robert L. on August 7th, 2015
Walking Liberty details were noticeably weakly imprinted including the lettering, especially "In God We Trust" with "Trust" essentially absent. Both sides were also incompletely polished. When I contacted MME about my dissatisfaction they indicated that they were working with the mint about improvements and that they would buy back these rounds regardless of their status.