American Silver Eagles (Mintages vs Market Value)

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  1. Phil Ham

    Phil Ham Hamster

    Here is the updated list with the final sales for the 2014 ASE. It was the highest mintage year.

    Year Mintage Current Original

    1986 5,393,005 $31 $7
    1987 11,442,335 $25 $9
    1988 5,004,646 $25 $8
    1989 5,203,327 $25 $8
    1990 5,840,110 $25 $7
    1991 7,191,066 $25 $6
    1992 5,540,068 $25 $6
    1993 6,763,762 $25 $7
    1994 4,227,319 $30 $7
    1995 4,672,051 $28 $7
    1996 3,603,386 $44 $7
    1997 4,295,004 $27 $7
    1998 4,847,549 $27 $7
    1999 7,408,640 $26 $7
    2000 9,239,132 $23 $7
    2001 9,001,711 $23 $7
    2002 10,539,026 $23 $7
    2002 10,539,026 $23 $7
    2002 10,539,026 $23 $7
    2003 8,495,008 $23 $7
    2004 8,882,754 $23 $8
    2005 8,891,025 $23 $11
    2006 10,676,522 $23 $14
    2007 9,028,036 $23 $16
    2008 20,583,000 $23 $18
    2009 30,459,000 $24 $24
    2010 34,764,500 $23 $24
    2011 40,020,000 $23 $40
    2012 33,742,500 $22 $35
    2013 42,675,000 $21 $30
    2014 44,006,000 $21 $25
    2015 0 $21 $22 (Pre-sales Only)
     
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  3. Phil Ham

    Phil Ham Hamster

    Here is the latest update on the ASE bullion coins. As may be expected, the low price of silver is having an impact on current value.

    Year Mintage Current Original

    1986 5,393,005 $30 $7
    1987 11,442,335 $23 $9
    1988 5,004,646 $21 $8
    1989 5,203,327 $21 $8
    1990 5,840,110 $21 $7
    1991 7,191,066 $21 $6
    1992 5,540,068 $21 $6
    1993 6,763,762 $24 $7
    1994 4,227,319 $27 $7
    1995 4,672,051 $27 $7
    1996 3,603,386 $43 $7
    1997 4,295,004 $26 $7
    1998 4,847,549 $26 $7
    1999 7,408,640 $22 $7
    2000 9,239,132 $22 $7
    2001 9,001,711 $22 $7
    2002 10,539,026 $22 $7
    2002 10,539,026 $22 $7
    2002 10,539,026 $22 $7
    2003 8,495,008 $22 $7
    2004 8,882,754 $22 $8
    2005 8,891,025 $22 $11
    2006 10,676,522 $22 $14
    2007 9,028,036 $22 $16
    2008 20,583,000 $22 $18
    2009 30,459,000 $23 $24
    2010 34,764,500 $22 $24
    2011 40,020,000 $22 $40
    2012 33,742,500 $21 $35
    2013 42,675,000 $20 $30
    2014 44,006,000 $20 $25
    2015 29,495,000 $20 $22 (Still Selling)
     
  4. Phil Ham

    Phil Ham Hamster

    Below are the updates on the bullion ASE's with the final mintage for 2015. The low mintage of the 1996 seems to have a positive impact on its value. With all the sales of ASE's over the past few years, it may be adding some collector's value to the lower mintage ASE's from the 80's and 90's.

    Year Mintage Current Original

    1986 5,393,005 $26 $7
    1987 11,442,335 $22 $9
    1988 5,004,646 $23 $8
    1989 5,203,327 $26 $8
    1990 5,840,110 $22 $7
    1991 7,191,066 $22 $6
    1992 5,540,068 $23 $6
    1993 6,763,762 $23 $7
    1994 4,227,319 $27 $7
    1995 4,672,051 $25 $7
    1996 3,603,386 $42 $7
    1997 4,295,004 $25 $7
    1998 4,847,549 $25 $7
    1999 7,408,640 $20 $7
    2000 9,239,132 $20 $7
    2001 9,001,711 $20 $7
    2002 10,539,026 $20 $7
    2002 10,539,026 $20 $7
    2002 10,539,026 $20 $7
    2003 8,495,008 $20 $7
    2004 8,882,754 $20 $8
    2005 8,891,025 $20 $11
    2006 10,676,522 $20 $14
    2007 9,028,036 $20 $16
    2008 20,583,000 $20 $18
    2009 30,459,000 $21 $24
    2010 34,764,500 $20 $24
    2011 40,020,000 $20 $40
    2012 33,742,500 $19 $35
    2013 42,675,000 $18 $30
    2014 44,006,000 $18 $25
    2015 47,000,000 $18 $22
     
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  5. Phil Ham

    Phil Ham Hamster

    As 2016 is near an end, I thought it was a good time to update the bullion ASE's (value versus mintage. The slight increase in market value is probably related to the slight increase in silver value over 2015.

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  6. goldcollector

    goldcollector Member


    I agree even without the change in design. The years 1988-1998 ( except 1996 ) are a steal right now. I picked up 10 ungraded but uncirculated 1988 ASES for $25.25 each. These years can all be had right now around or under $30 except 1994 and 1996. There will be some real good appreciation in a few years IMO
     
  7. Phil Ham

    Phil Ham Hamster

    As expected, the slight increase in silver prices this year have had a slight positive effect on the ASE bullion values.

    Year Mintage Current Original

    1986 5,393,005 $30 $7
    1987 11,442,335 $22 $9
    1988 5,004,646 $25 $8
    1989 5,203,327 $26 $8
    1990 5,840,110 $22 $7
    1991 7,191,066 $22 $6
    1992 5,540,068 $23 $6
    1993 6,763,762 $23 $7
    1994 4,227,319 $30 $7
    1995 4,672,051 $28 $7
    1996 3,603,386 $41 $7
    1997 4,295,004 $23 $7
    1998 4,847,549 $23 $7
    1999 7,408,640 $23 $7
    2000 9,239,132 $21 $7
    2001 9,001,711 $23 $7
    2002 10,539,026 $23 $7
    2002 10,539,026 $23 $7
    2002 10,539,026 $23 $7
    2003 8,495,008 $23 $7
    2004 8,882,754 $23 $8
    2005 8,891,025 $23 $11
    2006 10,676,522 $23 $14
    2007 9,028,036 $21 $16
    2008 20,583,000 $23 $18
    2009 30,459,000 $21 $24
    2010 34,764,500 $21 $24
    2011 40,020,000 $21 $40
    2012 33,742,500 $21 $35
    2013 42,675,000 $21 $30
    2014 44,006,000 $21 $25
    2015 47,000,000 $21 $22
    2016 37,701,500 $21 $22
    2017 18,065,500 $21 $22
     
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  8. kaosleeroy108

    kaosleeroy108 The Mahayana Tea Shop & hobby center

    Am American silver eagles are so closely tied to the market price for Bullion you pretty much have to be careful when you're buying
     
  9. Phil Ham

    Phil Ham Hamster

    It is interesting that they have a value above bullion value. Thus, they must have some collector value too. I'm thinking that the ones above 10,000,000 will eventually settle near bullion value.
     
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  10. onecenter

    onecenter Member

    Looks like the ever-increasingly popularity and mintage levels of the past 10 years have cooled a bit.
     
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  12. Phil Ham

    Phil Ham Hamster

    Here is my take. The price of silver hit its zenith in 2012 and has slowly returned to a more normal level. It takes folks awhile to forget "that loving feeling" for silver and they continued to buy ASE's. As we moved into 2017, folks felt good about the economy and worried less about another recession. Americans are spending more money on the present (vacations, fun, eating out, etc.) and less on the likely hood of a recession. Thus, they purchase less precious metals, savings bonds, CD's, etc. Meanwhile, the ASE demand has dropped to about the 2008 level. Thus, I'm starting to divert more money from equities into silver, money market accounts, etc. The new tax bill will keep the market inflated in 2018 but it will eventually reach the cliff. I'm hoping that my pure silver mountain gear will save me from a rough fall.
     
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