American Silver Eagle News

The 2011-W Uncirculated American Silver Eagle returned to availability on March 6, 2012. It and several other U.S. Mint silver products were not available for a total of twelve days due to suspensions enforced on them after significant gains in silver prices on February 24, 2012. Silver prices have since fallen. As a result, the […]

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Sales of bullion America Silver Eagles toppled last month in comparison to the previous month of January which had claimed the second best month ever for Eagle sales. According to the United States Mint, authorized purchasers ordered only a relatively small 1,490,000 of the .999 fine investment grade Eagles from the Mint in February of […]

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Bullion American Silver Eagle coins were an extremely hot item last month from the United States Mint. According to recent sales figures, the US Mint sold a total of 6,107,000 of the .999 fine silver coins in January 2012. That amount was easily enough to classify the month as the second best ever in the […]

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Officials at the United States Mint are considering the option of yearly American Silver Eagle Sets, if a recent survey can be any indicator. As if the possibility was not enough to interest coin collectors, the Mint has added a little frosting to the cake by indicating that it intends to strike a 2012-S Uncirculated […]

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Bullion versions of the 2012 American Silver Eagle were released Tuesday, January 3. Coin sales have been on fire during their first week, according to the latest stats from the United States Mint. United States Mint Authorized Purchasers (AP’s), the only entities authorized to purchase bullion products directly from the United States Mint, ordered 3,197,000 […]

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The United States Mint today, January 3, began accepting orders from its Authorized Purchasers, or AP’s, for its 2012 bullion coins, including its American Silver Eagles. The United States Mint does not sell bullion products directly to the public, but instead uses a network of AP’s who purchase the coins for a small amount over […]

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Prices were reduced Tuesday, December 27, for the 2011-W Uncirculated American Silver Eagle and other numismatic silver coins offered by the United States Mint. The collector coin went from $50.95 to $45.95 for a $5 reduction. This year’s uncirculated American Silver Eagle has had it price lowered twice, first on October 7, 2011 and then […]

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United States Mint 2011 bullion American Silver Eagles have taken off in December. By Wednesday, December 14, they hit 1,406,000 to eclipse the 1,384,000 sold in November. Granted, November was a bit dismal for the coins compared to recent times as the month earned the title as weakest since July 2008. Still, Silver Eagles have […]

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The two American Silver Eagles still being sold by the United States Mint recently earned fresh 2011 milestones. Bullion American Silver Eagles tipped the 38 million milestone when sales shot up 806,000 on Monday, December 5, 2011. The single day increase was a bit of a surprise since the Eagles had been performing so badly […]

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Sales during the month of November 2011 of the bullion American Silver Eagle dropped to levels not seen in over three years. According to the U.S. Mint’s most recent figures, authorized purchasers only ordered a total of 1,384,000 during the month. While that number would have been considered above average (if not stellar) several years […]

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