- Updated: 11/23/2014 at 07:30:20
- Spot Price: 1,200.76
- Change: -1.14
The 2006 W $1 Burnished Silver Eagle was a product of the United States Mint’s West Point facility, and thus displays the “W” mintmark. Unlike their silver bullion counterparts, burnished coins use special planchets, with a finish that the Mint describes as “satin-like,” resulting in fields that are matte-like, and devices that are deep and detailed. Like their proof counterparts, they are popular with both investors and collectors. Read More
Each coin’s obverse (heads side) pays homage to the famous “Walking Liberty” half dollar of the early part of the 20th century, while each reverse (tails side) features John M. Mercanti’s interpretation of the Great Seal of the United States.
These 1 oz. 2006 W $1 Burnished American Silver Eagles are eligible for inclusion in a precious metals IRA.