The Walking Liberty design, originally created in 1916, graces the obverse of the coin. Lady Liberty is shown striding toward the rising sun, symbolizing the dawn of a new day. She carries laurel and oak boughs in her arm while wearing a dress decorated with the stars and stripes of Old Glory. “LIBERTY” is boldly inscribed above while the year-date “2012” is found at the bottom rim.
On the reverse, a bald eagle is depicted with its wings spread wide in a heraldic pose. Thirteen stars are arranged in an inverted triangle above the eagle’s head. Its talons are clasping a bundle of arrows and an olive branch. Rim inscriptions include the issuing country “UNITED STATES OF AMERICA” and the specifications “1 OZ. FINE SILVER~ONE DOLLAR.” The
The San Francisco Mint stopped production of Silver Eagles in 1992, resumed 2011-2014 and has once again ceased production on Silver American Eagles.
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2012 San Francisco Mint SEALED “Monster Box” contains 25 tubes of 20 American Silver Eagles.