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1 Oz Engelhard Prospector Silver Round(Random Year)

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Description

The 1 oz Engelhard Prospector Silver Round is a piece of American History. It has the same purity and weight as that of other 1 oz silver rounds, but what sets these pieces apart from others is their unique design. These silver rounds have no mintmark but they were made in New Jersey between 1982-1987 by Johnson Matthey and Mallory Ltd which was an Englehard Subsidiary at the time.

The 1 oz Engelhard Prospector Silver Round is arguably the most recognized precious metals round of any bullion company. These 1 troy ounce rounds were produced from 1982 to 1987 and are now considered some of the most valuable 1 oz silver rounds by collectors, investors and dealers. From 1982- 1987, 1 million 1 troy ounce Englehard Silver Rounds were minted each year; however, they are no longer being produced making them extremely popular among coin collectors and silver enthusiasts alike. Due to the age of these coins, many of these Engelhard silver rounds come with brownish tone marks on the surface.

These 1 oz Englehard Prospector Silver Rounds are .999 fine silver. The 1 oz Englehard Prospector silver round was produced by Englehard Corporation, before being purchased in 2000 and subsequently dissolved into the global conglomerate company, Berkshire Hathaway Incorporated.

The year of mintage of the Engelhard Silver Rounds can differ according to the stock available on our inventory.

Design of 1 oz Engelhard Prospector Silver Round

The design of these rounds has made them stand apart from many other types of rounds that are out today. The obverse of the 1 oz Engelhard Prospector Silver Round features the depiction of a hard-working prospector, hearkening back to the tradition of men and women toiling for a chance at a better life. It is stamped with the phrase “The American Prospector” as well as the year in which they were minted, between 1982 and 1987. 

The reverse of the 1 oz Engelhard Silver Round features the depiction of the Engelhard logo just above the bald eagle clutching the olive tree branch. The weight and purity of the silver can also be found on the reverse of the silver round.

Main Highlights of  1 oz Engelhard Silver Rounds

  • Contains 1 troy oz of .999 fine silver.
  • Manufactured by the Englehard.
  • Each Englehard Silver Round comes in protective packaging.
  • Eligible for Precious Metal IRAs.
  • Features the depiction of a hard-working prospector on the obverse.
  • Features the depiction of the Engelhard logo and bald eagle along with the weight and purity of the silver.

Product Specifications: 1 oz Englehard Prospector Silver Round

Specification  Details
Brand  Englehard
Weight  1 troy oz
IRA Approved Yes
Purity .999
Thickness 2.9 mm
Diameter 39 mm
Made United States

Why Buy these Englehard Prospector 1 oz Silver Rounds?

The 1 Troy oz Silver Rounds are among the most sought after types of Silver Bullion Coins on the market today due to their design, price and liquidity. The 1 oz Englehard Prospectors possesses a unique significance not only for investors but also for collectors as well because they serve as physically recognized historical records of the first modern bullion investment rounds made which is why these 1 oz Englehard Prospector Silver Rounds are usually sold at a higher price over spot even after a decade since their original issuance date.

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Additional information

Weight 1 kg

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FAQ

Why are Englehard Silver rounds worth more?

Englehard Silver Rounds are worth more as they made a ton of varieties and some in the silver rounds are not in the production making them rarer.

Is Englehard Silver good?

The name Englehard commands respect and the Englehard Silver is considered to be of high quality. They can be a great choice to invest in precious metals for investors.

Is Silver hard to sell?

No, Silver is not hard to sell as they are easy to liquidate.

Is Silver becoming rare?

Yes, Silver is becoming rarer in comparison to gold.

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