12 Days of Christmas: DAY 1 – Silver American Eagles

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Add the 2011 1 oz. Silver American Eagle coin to your portfolio today. The American Eagle is .999 fine Silver. Adorned with an iconic design, it makes the perfect gift. Purchase any quantity for the same low price of $2.49 per coin over spot while supplies last. A U.S. Mint Authorized Purchaser, APMEX buys directly from the mint and has 1 oz. Silver American Eagles in stock and ready to ship today.

Benefits for Investors and Collectors

It’s no wonder the Silver American Eagle is the most popular Silver bullion coin in the U.S.

  • Collectors value its beauty, Brilliant Uncirculated condition and patriotic design.
  • For investors, Silver American Eagles are IRA-approved and, because of their popularity, they’re highly liquid and can be sold easily if needed.
  • Plus, their size, weight and purity are guaranteed by the U.S. government.

The Silver Eagle program started in 1986 and these stunning coins have been minted each year since. The back features a bald eagle clutching arrows and an olive branch, along with 13 stars representing the original colonies. On the front, Lady Liberty is gracefully walking from right to left as the sun rises over the ridge in the background. She wears flowing robes draped in an American flag.

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The 1 oz. 2011 Silver American Eagle coin is .999 fine Silver. The most popular coin in the U.S. in stock and ready to ship today.

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2011 1 oz. Silver American Eagle Proofs are available, complete with the mint-issued box and certificate of authenticity. Limit 3 per customer.

 

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Silver American Eagles come Certified or Uncertified; Brilliant Uncirculated, Proof or Burnished; individually or in sets, with different mint marks. Orders are limited to only 20 coins per customer per day.

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Introducing BLACK WEDNESDAY at APMEX!

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Why Wait For Friday?

Take advantage of APMEX Black Wednesday specials on Gold and Silver today, while supplies last. Look for the gift box icon, and find terrific gift ideas plus great opportunities to add to your own Gold and Silver collection. These exclusive specials end Tuesday, November 29 at 9:00 a.m. (ET) — Don’t miss out!

Six Days Only!

We have reduced prices on hundreds of products throughout the site. Just look for this special animated stamp icon on select products. The APMEX Black Wednesday sales event ends Tuesday, November 29 at 9:00 a.m. (ET), or while supplies last. Act now, before the item you’re looking for sells out! This icon indicates that the product is part of the sale and its price has been reduced!

Hundreds of Reduced Prices, including:

Cull Silver Dollars At The Spot Price

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A great value for collectors, these heavily circulated but undamaged Morgan or Peace Silver Dollars contain .7734 oz. of pure Silver, and date back to 1878-1935. Orders are limited to only 20 coins per customer per day.

$10 Indian Gold Eagles MS-63 PCGS

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Just $1,395 per coin for any quanity. These unique pre-1933 Indian Gold  Eagles coins contain .4838 oz. of pure Gold and are graded MS-63 by PCGS, one of the most highly respected coin grading services.

2011 1 oz. Silver Somalian Elephants PR-69 PCGS

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Only $49.99 per coin! The hard-to-find Silver Elephant is part of the African Wildlife Coin Series. Minted in Germany, the Silver Elephant coin has a denomination of 100 shillings and is struck in .999 fine silver. Orders are limited to five coins per customer per day.

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Buy Silver ATBs for Your Investment Portfolio or Coin Collection

The 5 oz. ATB Silver Coin “Triple Play”

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Silver investors and collectors, add exquisite 5 ounce .999 fine Silver America the Beautiful coins to your portfolio. Choose from three products at three competitive price points based on the coin condition you prefer, while supplies last.

America the Beautiful (ATB) coins are U.S. Mint Silver products that were manufactured in limited quantities. The front of these coins is an exact replica of the U.S. Mint’s quarter dollar, while the backs are fashioned to honor our country’s magnificent national parks. Choose from three products at three competitive price points.

  • 2011 5 oz. Olympic National Park, WA  The least expensive of the three options, this 5 ounce .999 fine Silver ATB coin can add significant value to an investor’s portfolio. Its design exemplifies the unchanged wilderness, while the Roosevelt Elk in the foreground brings living beauty to the coin.
  • 2011 5 oz. Gettysburg PCGS MS-69 PL First Strike  A grade of MS-69 Proof Like means the finish on these coins is cleaner, with fewer imperfections than most other Gettysburg coins. The front of the coin depicts Soldiers National Monument, constructed to honor the soldiers who fell at the Battle of Gettysburg in July of 1863. With an incredible price for a certified coin, these are sought after by collectors
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  • 2010 5 oz. 5-coin set PCGS MS-69 DMPL First Strike  Collectors alert! Very simply, this is the highest-graded set from the best grading service of the hardest to find ATB coins. Only a very small number of ATB coins have this prestigious grade of MS-69 Deep Mirror Proof Like (DMPL) by PCGS. The five coin set includes Grand Canyon, Hot Springs, Mount Hood, Yellowstone and Yosemite National Parks.

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Weekly Market Recap 08/07/09

Worries about economic stability were ever present this week as the market fluctuated on mixed reporting. Early in the week The Institute for Supply Management released its Manufacturing Index Report showing a 10th consecutive month of contraction. This report is seen by investors as an indication that business is still getting worse in the U.S. and that a turnaround is not in the near future.

The American Bankruptcy Institute reported mid-week that filings jumped 34.3% from a year ago, the highest increase since the Bankruptcy Abuse Prevention and Consumer Protection Act was implemented in 2005. This report is further proof that many Americans are still struggling to make ends meet.

Late in the week the Labor Department reported the unemployment rate fell for the first time since April 2008. This data, however, is contradictory to early and mid-week reporting, reinforcing the fact that there is still no clear direction in the market.

This week, APMEX introduced an expanded selection of Pre-1933 Gold to its customers. These beautiful numismatic coins present a great opportunity for you to add to your collection. To see a full list of Pre-1933 Gold visit click here!

Gold:
Spot Gold prices opened this week at $957.50. The high during the week was on Thursday, August 6th at $971.90, while the low for the week was on Tuesday, August 4th at $952.10. Gold ended the week with a loss of $1.10 at $956.40. This week 1 oz. Random Year Gold Krugerrands, 1 oz. Random Year Gold American Eagles and 1/10 oz. Random Year Gold American Eagles were in very high demand.

Silver:
Spot Silver prices opened this week at $13.90. Silver reached a high of $15.05 on Thursday, August 6th, while the low for silver was at the beginning of the week Monday August 3rd, at $13.90. Silver ended the week with a gain of $0.78 at $14.68. This week 2009 1 oz. Silver Maple Leafs, 1 oz. Brilliant Uncirculated Silver American Eagles, and 1 oz. APMEX .999 Fine Silver Rounds sold in very strong quantities.

Platinum:
Spot Platinum prices opened this week at $1215.90, and ended the week up $46.20 at $1262.10. Many investors continue to be keenly interested in platinum. 1 oz. Pamp Suisse Platinum Bars, 2009 1 oz. Platinum Canadian Maple Leafs and 1 oz. Brilliant Uncirculated Platinum American Eagles continue to lead the way as the products of choice with investors.

Palladium:
Spot Palladium prices opened this week at $265.00, and ended the week with a gain of $14.10 at $279.10. This week, the most popular of these products are 1 oz. .999 Fine Pamp Suisse Palladium Bars, 1 oz. .999 Fine Credit Suisse Palladium Bars, and Kilo .999 Fine Pamp Suisse Palladium Bars.

Numismatics:
The resurgence in the spot metal prices for gold and silver added some fuel to the fire of numismatics this week. As dealers and collectors wound their way west to Los Angeles for the American Numismatic Association’s annual summer convention, there was great anticipation about the current upward direction of the numismatic marketplace. The pre-ANA auctions all showed considerable strength for many types of coins.

Classic Commemorative coins overcame their doldrums of earlier this year and were, as one report put it, “on fire” at the pre-ANA auctions. For example, a 1926 Sesquicentennial Half Dollar in MS66 grade is wholesale bid at $16,000.00; yet one MS-66 graded example brought $43,125.00 – 2.7 times the current bid price at one of the auctions! While not all commemorative coins brought such significant premiums, many other examples sold at prices much higher than current bids.

Morgan Silver Dollars always enjoy strong collector and investor support and this week was no exception to that rule. But what is unusual is what is in demand and what is out of favor. Some of the more common dated coins are improving in price and are eagerly being sought, while many other better date coins were weaker in price. While that seems fairly unusual, such is the nature of the ever-changing coin market. Always remember that all markets are cyclical and that the coin market is no exception!

Weekly Market Recap 07/10/09

Stock market trading was lighter than normal this week as many investors are still waiting for a signal of a firmer economy. Early in the week, oil prices hit a six week low, which sparked concerns that economic recovery still may be in the distant future. The University of Michigan released a report late in the week showing American consumer confidence has fallen to 64.6 in July from 70.5 in June. Talks of a second Federal Stimulus Package surfaced this week confirming doubts that the tide has not turned for the economy.

Due to overwhelming positive feedback, the Summer Inventory Blowout Sale has been extended through the weekend. The extension allows metal investors and numismatic collectors the opportunity to continue to save up to 75% off regular prices on selected items marked with the “Firecracker” icon. To take advantage of these great prices visit www.APMEX.com.

Here is a brief overview of the highs and lows for the week.

Gold:
Spot Gold prices opened this week at $934.30. The high during the week was the market open on Monday, July 6th at $934.30, while the low for the week was on Wednesday, July 8th at $904.80. Gold ended the week down a bit at $913.40. This week 1 oz. 2009 Gold American Eagles, 2009 Gold Maple Leafs and 1oz. Pamp Suisse Gold Bars were popular items with investors.

Silver:
Spot Silver prices opened this week at $13.42. Silver reached a high of $13.48 on Monday, July 6th, while the low for silver occurred on Wednesday, July 8th, at $12.74. Silver ended the week at $12.70. This week 1oz. 2009 Silver American Eagles, 1oz. Silver Buffalo Rounds and 5 oz. Silver APMEX Rounds were quite popular, as were many silver items included in the Summer Blowout sale.

Platinum:
Spot Platinum prices opened this week at $1186.20, and ended the week down a bit at $1108.20. Many investors continue to be keenly interested in platinum. This week 1oz. Pamp Suisse Platinum Bars, 1oz. 2009 Platinum Maple Leafs and 1 oz. Scotiabank Platinum Bars were in high demand at APMEX.com

Palladium:
Spot Palladium prices opened this week at $250.00, and ended the week down a bit at $238.45. The most popular of these products this week were; 1oz. Pamp Suisse Palladium Bars, 10 oz. Palladium Pamp Suisse Bars and Random Year 1oz. Palladium Canadian Maple Leafs.

Numismatics:
Typically during the Summer season, prices will remain level as many dealers and collectors take a well-deserved breather from their active pursuit of numismatics. That does not seem to be the case this year! Although precious metals prices are a little bit lower than in recent weeks, demand has not abated. Common date US Gold Coins are extremely active on both the wholesale and retail markets, while rare date gold coins have weakened slightly.
Key date coins are also continuing to remain popular and in demand. A well-known key date silver coin, the 1916-D Mercury Dime, is particularly popular and it is one that all Dime collectors need! Early date specimens of Walking Liberty Half Dollars are also a quick-selling commodity. Continuing the “key date” trend is the 1893-S Morgan Silver Dollar, a rare coin that continues to advance in price almost regardless of grade!
Early Type Coins have finally retrenched and prices are starting to soften, after many months of very strong price advances. However, we are unsure whether this softening is the start of a correction or a temporary aberration. This may prove to be an excellent opportunity to purchase coins.