Rarest Silver Eagle Coins Ever Minted

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American Silver Eagle was first released on November 24, 1986. This bullion coin contains one troy ounce of 99.9% pure silver and has a nominal face value of one dollar.

The obverse features the iconic Walking Liberty, a design by Adolph A. Weinman. The reverse was designed by former chief engraver of the United States Mint John Mercanti.

Besides the bullion coins, the US mint occasionally released Proof and uncirculated versions of Silver Eagle for the collectors. The Silver Eagle has been minted in three mints.

7. 2006-P Reverse Proof Silver Eagle, Mintage: 248,875, Mint: Philadelphia, Highest auction price: $3,025.

6. 2019-W Enhanced Reverse Proof Silver Eagle, Mintage: 110,000, Mint: West Point, Highest auction price: $910.

5. 2011-S and 2011-P Reverse Proof Silver Eagle, Mintage: 99,882 each, Mint: San Francisco and Philadelphia, respectively, Highest auction price: $1,541and $1,495.

4. 2020-W V75 Silver Eagle, Mintage: 75,000, Mint: West Point, Highest auction price: $780.

3. 2008-W Silver Eagle with Reverse of 2007, Mintage: 45,000, Mint: West Point, Highest auction price: $1,700.

2. 1995 10th Anniversary Eagle Set, Mintage: 30,125, Mint: West Point, Highest auction price: $16,450.

1. 2019-S Enhanced Reverse Proof, Mintage: 29,910, Mint: San Francisco, Highest auction price: $5,760.

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