Remember Miss Liberty, as in "Statue of ..." ?
It is a personification of Liberty it is not a historical person. However, the model of Liberty was Anna Willess Williams.
It's the allegorical figure of "Miss Liberty" - who appeared on U.S. coins in one form or another until Presidents began appearing on our coinage.
If you mean a American Silver Eagle bullion coin dated 2005? Yes, there is.
What is the Great American Eagle by Gilroy Roberts Worth in Silver
1) American Eagle Gold Coins - These coins are made from 22-karat gold and come in four sizes: 1 oz, 1/2 oz, 1/4 oz, and 1/10 oz. They feature Lady Liberty on the obverse (front) and a family of eagles on the reverse (back). 2) American Eagle Silver Coins - These coins are made from .999 fine silver and also come in four sizes: 1 oz, 1/2 oz, 1/4 oz, and 1/10 oz. They feature Lady Liberty on the obverse and a heraldic eagle on the reverse. 3) American Eagle Platinum Coins - These coins are made from .9995 fine platinum and come in two sizes: 1 oz and 1/2 oz. They feature Lady Liberty on the obverse and a soaring eagle on the reverse. 4) American Eagle Palladium Coins - These coins are made from .9995 fine palladium and come in one size: 1 oz. They feature an image of an eagle on the obverse and a high-relief version of the Statue of Liberty on the reverse.
Sorry this isn't a American silver eagle. This is a Morgan silver dollar. The mintmark is located above the DO in DOLLAR on the back of the coin.
A 2003 American Eagle Bullion Dollar in MS65 condition is: $24.00.
The value of an uncirculated 1999 Silver American Eagle Littleton coin fluctuates based on the market for silver. However, a coin can be expected to have a value of about $40.
The issue price for the proof 1999 Silver Eagle was $24.00.
It's a 1924 Peace dollar not a American Silver Eagle and the date is very common with values of $14.00-$19.00 in circulated condition
The American Silver Eagle is a coin worth one dollar. It is an official bullion coin, meaning it is stored for its value and not traded in regular commerce. The coin is 99.9% silver, with an image of Walking Liberty on one face and the titular eagle on the other.
Not sure what the painted lady silver dollar is. Is it the American Silver Eagle that has the standing liberty painted in some strange colors? If so it could be because that paint or paint-like material makes the idea of melting the coin down a bit of a hassle. Just a thought though.