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1 oz Monex Silver Eagle Rounds

As low as: $2,680.33
Sold in quantities of 100
In celebration of its 40th anniversary, we proudly present the 2022 edition of our American 1 oz Monex Silver Eagle coin, which is a modernized production of the original first struck in 1982. The Monex Silver Eagle consists of .999 fine silver and features a stunning bald eagle representing strength, pride and freedom. Buy the 2022 Monex Silver Eagle today.
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What to Know Before Ordering

1 oz Monex Silver Eagles at a Glance:

  • 1 Troy ounce of .999 pure silver
  • 1.535 inch (39 mm) diameter
  • Struck with the Monex hallmark with weight and purity
  • Produced and struck in the United States of America
  • Eligible for your Precious Metals IRA
  • Sold in units of 100 coins

We proudly offer 1 oz Monex Silver Eagles for sale online or by contacting one of our knowledgeable Account Representatives. Discover why Monex has been a trusted name in precious metals for over 50 years.

Monex account representatives are available between 5:30 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. Pacific time each Monday through Friday (except national holidays) and on many weekends.

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1 oz Monex Silver Eagle Rounds Design and Specifications

Originally struck in 1982, the Monex Silver Eagle was the first joint minting project by the Royal Canadian Mint and a private company. Its distinctive artistic styling, consistency and pioneering function, made it a popular coin for silver investors.

The 2022 Monex Silver Eagle silver piece commemorates the coin’s 40th year with a renewed look of this industry pioneer, with the same 1 troy oz of 99.9% fine silver and a beautifully designed perched eagle, rendered by recognized wildlife artist Albert Earl Gilbert.

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A newly added feature of the coin is the inclusion of engraved radial lines as a backdrop to enhance the coin's artwork, visual interest and authenticity. Each coin weighs 1 troy oz with a diameter of 39mm and serrated rim. The coin’s obverse features a bald eagle perched on a branch, stating its pure .999 fineness. The round’s reverse features the United States and Canada, “SILVER EAGLE” and the Monex hallmark.

Exceptionally easy to store, transport and sell, Monex Silver Eagles are privately minted in the United States and available for purchase in units of 100 one-ounce rounds.

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People Also Ask

When did Monex first issue its Silver Eagle?

Although the art for the Silver Eagle was completed in 1981, the Royal Canadian Mint struck the first run in 1982, 40 years ago. 2022 marks the 40th anniversary of this regal production. Monex is proud to offer the Silver Eagle in today’s investment grade standards, with a greater more common diameter and an enhanced finish in line with present-day bullion coins.

Why did Monex choose the ‘Silver Eagle’?

Eagles have been used as a symbol of strength since ancient times, most famously as the standard of a Roman legion, and earlier by Cyrus the Great. Today, the majestic beauty of this regal icon most notably represents both strength and freedom. Interestingly, eagles are also known to fly above storms. In 1980, during the Silver Eagle’s conception, this global icon perfectly exemplified the desired theme. Monex and the Royal Canadian Mint reasoned that pure silver, in this reliable handy format, is real tangible monetary wealth, representing strength, financial and bureaucratic freedom, and being above geopolitical storms. This pioneering one-ounce silver piece was the first project where the Canadian government's Mint engaged directly with a private company. Monex was eager to enlist the Royal Canadian Mint, as they were a leading player in the blossoming precious metals industry.

Why did Monex commission a noted wildlife artist?

The Silver Eagle project with Monex and the Royal Canadian Mint warranted top-end design characteristics. To introduce a new piece to the then-young precious metals investment industry, Monex insisted that the product contain quality pure silver and a striking, investor-worthy design. Commissioning an acknowledged wildlife artist, Albert Earl Gilbert, added to the pure quality branding of the offering. Acknowledged as one of the world’s premiere wildlife artists, Gilbert was known for thoroughly studying his subject before rendering it so authentically, gaining a reputation of an artist who paints from personal knowledge of his subject. Gilbert served as President of the Society of Animal Artists from 1977 to 1984.

How does the Monex Silver Eagle compare to the U.S. Silver American Eagle coins?

The first U.S. Silver American Eagle bullion coin was minted in 1986, while the Monex Silver Eagle was first issued four years prior in 1982. Today, Monex is producing its one-ounce bullion piece in matte reverse proof style imagery, with an augmented ray pattern in the flat fields thought to deter counterfeiting, while the US American Eagle coin has more of a reflective appearance with a proof-like finish. Both pieces are one troy ounce of pure 999 silver, but the US American Eagle coin struck at the U.S. Mint, is legal tender. One of the biggest advantages of the Monex Silver Eagle at this time is the lower cost relative to the amount of tangible solid pure silver. Simply put, it is more silver for your investment dollars.

How much silver is in a Silver Eagle coin?

The Monex Silver Eagle contains precisely one troy ounce of pure silver.

How pure is the Monex Silver Eagle?

Silver Eagles are pure 99.9% fine silver, the common standard for industrial and investment-grade bullion. Because the Silver Eagle was designed in Canada, the fineness is represented in both English, 999 FINE SILVER, and in French, ARGENT FIN 999, in observance of its cultural diversity.

What is the cost of a Silver Eagle to purchase?

The purchase price of a one-ounce Silver Eagle is at the Monex Ask price. In addition, there are charges such as commission and shipping. There is no shipping charge if you select depository delivery.

What is the difference between a coin and a round?

Generally, a coin is a piece of metal used as money. Uniform circular silver pieces that are not legal tender may be referred to as silver rounds. Though a uniform and respected silver round does not have a government currency value, according to Merriam-Webster’s definitions, it is a “coin,” especially taking into consideration that in many instances, silver has been an acceptable form of currency for over 2,000 years.

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