1986 ASE Values? (raw)

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  1. Dug13

    Dug13 Active Member

    I’ve been doing a little research on ASE’s and have noticed that 1986 generally sells $5 to $10 dollars higher than other generic date ASE’s. There are a handful of years with lower mintages, but sell less than the ‘86. Is it due the fact that it was the 1st year of issue? (Only checking raw ASE’s.)
     
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  3. medoraman

    medoraman Supporter! Supporter

    It was first year of issue, and more widely sold is what I have heard. Fewer large quantities laying around, too many ruined by non-collectors, in someone's pile, etc.
     
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  4. fretboard

    fretboard Defender of Old Coinage!

    Yes, that's how it works with first year issues of almost every coin I can think of. I don't even pay attention to dates anymore especially with ASE's as they're one ounce of silver and that's the bottom line in my book. If I was buying silver, ASE's is the only silver I would buy for liquidity reasons and to keep things simple. At my age, it works in my favor to keep things as simply as possible! :D
     
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