American Silver Eagles (Mintages vs Market Value)

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  1. austyn

    austyn Member

    So true
     
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  3. austyn

    austyn Member

    Maybe not sure if they will change it or not
     
  4. risk_reward

    risk_reward Active Member

    If you would have invested $10 in the S&P at the end of 1986, you'd have $139 at the end of 2013.

    http://pages.stern.nyu.edu/~adamodar/New_Home_Page/datafile/histretSP.html
     
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  5. Phil Ham

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  6. Phil Ham

    Phil Ham Hamster

    Thanks Ken for the average issue prices by year. I've edited the original post to include the numbers.
     
  7. green18

    green18 Sweet on Commemorative Coins Supporter

    Phil, those numbers I gave you were the average cost for an ounce of silver during that year. The cost for the eagles would probably be a buck or two north. Gotta give the devil......er, dealer, his due. :)
     
  8. Phil Ham

    Phil Ham Hamster

    Thanks again Ken. I've edited the original post once again to include a bone for our brimstone friend.
     
  9. vpr

    vpr Active Member

    Thanks for the mintage numbers. Imagine how many 2013 ASEs are still in sealed monster boxes. I'll pass on them even at $2 over spot.
     
  10. Phil Ham

    Phil Ham Hamster

    Updated on 17-May-2014.

    Year Mintage Issue Price Current Market Value
    1986 5,393,005 $7 $33
    1987 11,442,335 $9 $30
    1988 5,004,646 $8 $30
    1989 5,203,327 $8 $30
    1990 5,840,210 $7 $30
    1991 7,191,066 $6 $30
    1992 5,540,068 $6 $30
    1993 6,763,762 $6 $30
    1994 4,227,319 $7 $33
    1995 4,672,051 $7 $33
    1996 3,603,386 $7 $50
    1997 4,295,004 $7 $29
    1998 4,847,549 $7 $29
    1999 7,408,640 $7 $29
    2000 9,239,132 $7 $29
    2001 9,001,711 $7 $28
    2002 10,539,026 $7 $28
    2003 8,495,008 $7 $28
    2004 8,882,754 $8 $27
    2005 8,891,025 $11 $27
    2006 10,676,522 $14 $26
    2007 9,028,036 $16 $26
    2008 20,583,000 $18 $24
    2009 30,459,000 $24$24
    2010 34,764,500 $24 $24
    2011 40,020,000 $40 $24
    2012 33,742,500 $35 $24
    2013 42,675,000 $30 $24
    2014 20,710,000 $24 $24*
    * Bullion dealers are still selling 2014 ASE's.
     
  11. onecenter

    onecenter Member

    Looks like we are on pace to exceed 2013's mintage. It is amazing the popularity of this wonderful bullion coin.
     
  12. Phil Ham

    Phil Ham Hamster

  13. Interesting to see that increased demand is largely coming from oversees.
     
  14. anchor1112

    anchor1112 Senior Member

    1990 mintage is 5,840,110 not 5,840,210 as shown from u.s. mint site. the rest is tally with the mint site.
     
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  15. Phil Ham

    Phil Ham Hamster

    Updated on 28-June-2014 (1990 mintage corrected; updated 2014 mintage).
    Year Mintage Issue Price Current Market Value
    1986 5,393,005 $7 $33
    1987 11,442,335 $9 $30
    1988 5,004,646 $8 $30
    1989 5,203,327 $8 $30
    1990 5,840,110 $7 $30
    1991 7,191,066 $6 $30
    1992 5,540,068 $6 $30
    1993 6,763,762 $6 $30
    1994 4,227,319 $7 $33
    1995 4,672,051 $7 $33
    1996 3,603,386 $7 $50
    1997 4,295,004 $7 $29
    1998 4,847,549 $7 $29
    1999 7,408,640 $7 $29
    2000 9,239,132 $7 $29
    2001 9,001,711 $7 $28
    2002 10,539,026 $7 $28
    2003 8,495,008 $7 $28
    2004 8,882,754 $8 $27
    2005 8,891,025 $11 $27
    2006 10,676,522 $14 $26
    2007 9,028,036 $16 $26
    2008 20,583,000 $18 $25
    2009 30,459,000 $24$25
    2010 34,764,500 $24 $25
    2011 40,020,000 $40 $25
    2012 33,742,500 $35 $25
    2013 42,675,000 $30 $25
    2014 23,808,500 $25 $25*
    * Bullion dealers are still selling 2014 ASE's.
     
  16. The mintages from 2008 and on are insane. No way these years will ever be worth more than melt plus a modest ASE premium.
     
  17. genuinem356

    genuinem356 Member

    For myself, I don't care how many they make. I only buy them for their silver value anyway.
     
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  18. Teddydogno1

    Teddydogno1 Well-Known Member

    This past weekend I got a 1998 at the coin show for $25 and last night got/won a lot of 4 for $108 total ($27 each): 1987, 2000, 2001 and 2002. Based the averages above, I came out a few bucks ahead.

    Rob
     
  19. Phil Ham

    Phil Ham Hamster

    If you didn't have to pay a buyers fee or sales tax, you came out ahead. Well done!
     
  20. Galen59

    Galen59 Gott helfe mir

    That's why I can't figure why CML with much lower mintage and privey's have not done better.
     
  21. Phil Ham

    Phil Ham Hamster

    Here is the mid summer updated to the ASE silver bullion coins.

    Updated on 17-August-2014

    Year Mintage Issue Price Current Market Value
    1986 5,393,005 $7 $32
    1987 11,442,335 $9 $30
    1988 5,004,646 $8 $30
    1989 5,203,327 $8 $30
    1990 5,840,110 $7 $30
    1991 7,191,066 $6 $30
    1992 5,540,068 $6 $30
    1993 6,763,762 $6 $30
    1994 4,227,319 $7 $32
    1995 4,672,051 $7 $32
    1996 3,603,386 $7 $46
    1997 4,295,004 $7 $28
    1998 4,847,549 $7 $28
    1999 7,408,640 $7 $28
    2000 9,239,132 $7 $28
    2001 9,001,711 $7 $27
    2002 10,539,026 $7 $27
    2003 8,495,008 $7 $27
    2004 8,882,754 $8 $26
    2005 8,891,025 $11 $26
    2006 10,676,522 $14 $26
    2007 9,028,036 $16 $24
    2008 20,583,000 $18 $24
    2009 30,459,000 $24 $26
    2010 34,764,500 $24 $26
    2011 40,020,000 $40 $26
    2012 33,742,500 $35 $25
    2013 42,675,000 $30 $23
    2014 27,283,500 $25 $23*

    * Bullion dealers are still selling 2014 ASE's.
     
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