Silver Eagles Information

Offered as one of the most popular annual items from the United States Mint is the 2013 American Silver Eagles. The coins are typically issued in bullion, proof and uncirculated finishes with each struck from one ounce of .999 fine silver. The 2013 bullion Silver Eagle Coins were initially made available for ordering to the […]

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The 25th Anniversary American Silver Eagle Set was the most sought after numismatic product of the United States Mint in 2011. Released on October 27, 2011 beginning at Noon (Eastern), the entire 100,000 mintage was claimed in about four and a half hours. Upon release, the sets sold for $299.95 and included a total of […]

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In 2006, the 20th Anniversary American Silver Eagle Set was released by the United States Mint to celebrate twenty years of the American Eagle Coin Program. Three different collectible American Silver Eagles were included as part of the set with two of them representing brand new finishes for the series. These three-coin sets were released by the […]

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The 2012 American Silver Eagles mark the twenty-sixth year of the Silver Eagle Program from the United States Mint. Since that introduction, each coin has been struck from one ounce of .999 fine silver with Adolph A. Weinman’s Walking Liberty Design on the obverse and John Mercanti’s heraldic eagle with shield on the reverse. Sales […]

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The 1995-W Proof American Silver Eagle is the rarest and likely most sought after strike in the history of the American Silver Eagle Program. With a mintage of only 30,125, far fewer of these coins were released than any other in the series, making the 1995-W Proof a key strike in the program. The low […]

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2011-dated American Silver Eagles mark the twenty-fifth anniversary of the United States Mint’s Eagle coin program. To commemorate the occasion, the United States Mint released five coins which it offered in a 25th Anniversary American Silver Eagle Set. Three of the Eagles are normal in the sense that they are released annually and available for […]

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The 2010 Silver American Eagles have proven to be extremely popular with investors for the bullion versions of the coin. In fact, that intense interest led to no proof Silver Eagles being released through the first ten months of the year, and a complete cancellation of the uncirculated Silver Eagles. As far back as 2008, […]

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2009 Silver American Eagles saw record demand for the bullion version of the coin resulting in the US Mint not striking any of the Proof or Uncirculated Silver Eagles. By law, the US Mint is required to mint the bullion Silver Eagles to meet public demand. This stems from the creation of the Eagle Program […]

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2008 Silver American Eagles proved to be an interesting year for the strikes with records being set for the number sold of the bullion coins and production being stopped mid-year for the proof coins. Undoubtedly, market conditions had the biggest influence on the sale of the strikes. In the uncertain economic times felt around the […]

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The 2007 American Silver Eagles would see a slide in the mintage of the two most popular versions of the coins (proof and bullion) from the previous year. However, the Uncirculated Eagle, which was in its second year, would see an increase. Bullion coin mintage was undoubtedly affected by the continued increase in the price […]

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