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500 Silver 2017 American Eagle 1oz Coins Sealed

Sealed Silver Eagle Green Monster Boxes have the benefit of being unsearched and unhandled since leaving the United States Mint. Additionally, the cost per coin is usually the lowest available since the coins are being purchased in bulk. Not all coin dealers will have these boxes available, however bullion dealers typically offer them.
Silver Eagle Green Monster Boxes have the benefit of being unsearched and unhandled since leaving the
United States Mint. Additionally, the cost per coin is usually the lowest available since the coins are being purchased in bulk. Not all coin dealers will have these boxes available, however bullion dealers typically offer them. Silver Eagle is the single most popular bullion coin in the world! Likewise, Silver American Eagles are highly valued as a secure and solid investment. Bullion collectors and stackers across the globe prize American Eagles. This value is recognized not only for their stability even in unstable times, but also for their beauty. This beauty is even more appreciated when you closely consider the history and story the design represents. This 2017 Silver 1 oz American Eagle BU condition will certainly grace your growing collection!
Monster boxes are very popular with a wide range of purchasers. They are ideal for investors that want to buy silver coins in bulk. However, they are also purchased by investment groups (both formal and informal), as well as by coin shops and the like.
Later in the series, the sealed Green Monster Boxes took on an additional aspect of importance in terms of identification of the issuing mint. Starting in 2011, the United States Mint began producing Silver Eagle bullion coins at both the San Francisco and West Point Mint facilities. Since bullion coins do not carry a mint mark, the individual coins are not able to be identified by facility. However, the strapping included on the sealed Monster Boxes does indicate the mint facility, allowing the coins to be identified.
As the name suggests, the boxes are green, heavy duty plastic, specifically created to hold the Silver Eagle Rolls. Twelve rolls fit on either side of the box with one roll in the center. The boxes are usually sealed with strapping across both lengths with a control sticker indicating the year of mintage. The U.S. Treasury seal is on the outside of the box.