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2014 United States Dollar 1 Ounce Silver Eagle

OBVERSE
2014 United States Dollar 1 Ounce Silver Eagle
REVERSE
2014 United States Dollar 1 Ounce Silver Eagle
ITEM NOTES
GENERAL
Type:  United States Dollar 1 Ounce Silver Eagle 
Origin:  United States  Cat. Num.:  KM# 273 
Era / Ruler:  United States  Face Value:  1 Dollar 
Issued from:  1986  Issued until:  In production 
Alignment:  Coin !¡   Desgr. / Engr.:  Adolp A. Weinmen, John Mercanti 
Obverse:  Liberty walking 
Reverse:  Heraldic Eagle with Shield 
Edge:  Reeded 
ISSUE
Year: 2014
Mint: West Point
Mintage: 44,006,000
Scarcity:
10/100
 
Valuation:
20/100
 
Notes:
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SPECIFICATIONS
Composition: Silver
Fineness: 0.9993
Weight(g): 31.1010g
Weight(Oz): 1.00 Oz
Net Content: 1.00 Oz (31.08g)
Bullion Value: $15.01
Diameter: 40.60mm
Thickness: 2.98mm
DESCRIPTION

The American Silver Eagle is the official silver bullion coin of the United States. It was first released by the United States Mint on November 24, 1986. It is struck only in the 1 troy oz denomination which has a nominal face value of one dollar and is guaranteed to contain one troy ounce of 99.9% pure silver. It is authorized by the United States Congress and its weight and content is certified by the United States Mint. The American Silver Eagle bullion coin may be used to fund Individual Retirement Account investments. The United States Mint also produces a proof version for coin collectors. The Silver Eagle has been produced at three mints. One is the Philadelphia mint, and some of those issued there carry a "P" mintmark. In the early years of the series, the San Francisco mint issued proofs and these bear an "S". More recent proofs are from the mint at West Point, New York. The latter have a "W" on the reverse.

The design on the obverse was taken from the classic "Walking Liberty" design by Adolph A. Weinman, which had originally been used on the half-dollar coin of the United States from 1916 to 1947. As this iconic design had been a public favorite -and indeed one most beloved designs of any United States coinage of modern times, silver or otherwise- it was revived for the Silver Eagle decades later. The reverse portrays a heraldic eagle designed by John Mercanti.

Mintages, and thus prices, of uncirculated and proof specimens have varied widely, and the potential collector is advised to check a standard reference book before buying them. Generally the business strikes have minted in the millions, while the proofs were issued in the hundreds of thousands. Thus, most dates are not particularly expensive at around $23 each, although some of the early 1990s proofs sell for over $100 (1993 for example). Also, the special 1995W issue (30,125 sold) is worth several thousand dollars. The 2006 Silver Eagle 20th Anniversary boxed set, with uncirculated, proof, and the previously-unreleased reverse proof pieces, had a maximum mintage of 250,000 and quickly sold out from the Mint at a catalog price of $100. As of January 2008 it was selling for over $350.

PRICE RANGE ?
Year Mintage G F VF EF AU UNC BU PROOF
1986 5,393,005 $34 $39
1986S Proof 1,446,778 $80
1987 11,442,335 $22.50 $28
1987S Proof 904,732 $80
1988 5,004,646 $35 $40
1988S Proof 557,370 $85
1989 5,203,327 $32 $37
1989S Proof 617,694 $80
1990 5,840,210 $31 $36
1990S Proof 695,510 $80
1991 7,191,066 $34 $39
1991S Proof 511,924 $80
1992 5,540,068 $34 $39
1992S Proof 498,552 $80
1993 6,763,762 $31 $36
1993P Proof 403,625 $80
1994 4,227,319 $41 $46
1994P Proof 372,168 $230
1995 4,672,051 $39 $44
1995P Proof 395,400 $170
1995W Proof 10t 30,125 $4400
1996 3,603,386 $70 $80
1996P Proof 472,021 $110
1997 4,295,004 $31 $36
1997P Proof 429,682 $140
1998 4,847,549 $31 $36
1998P Proof 452,319 $80
1999 7,408,640 $31 $36
1999P Proof 549,769 $80
2000 9,237,132 $31 $36
2000P Proof 600,000 $80
2001 9,001,711 $28 $33
2001W Proof 746,154 $80
2002 10,539,026 $27 $32
2002W Proof 647,342 $80
2003 8,495,008 $28 $33
2003W Proof 747,831 $80
2004 8,882,754 $23.50 $29
2004W Proof 801,602 $80
2005 8,891,025 $23.50 $29
2005W Proof 816,663 $80
2006 10,676,522 $23.50 $29
2006 20th Ann $350
2006P Rev Proof 250,000 $275
2006W Burnished 466,573 $85
2006W Proof 1,092,477 $80
2007 9,028,036 $23.50 $29
2007W Burnished 621,333 $50
2007W Proof 821,759 $80
2008 20,583,000 $23.50 $29
2008W Burnished 533,757 $65
2008W Proof 700,797 $80
2009 30,459,000 $23.50 $29
2010 34,662,500 $23.50 $29
2010W Proof $80
2011 40,020,000 $23.50 $29
2011W Burnished $60
2011W Proof $80
2012 $22.50 $28
2012W Burnished $50
2012W Proof $80
2013 42,675,000 $23.50 $29
2013W Proof $75
2014 44,006,000 $21.50 $27
2015 47,000,000 $21.50 $26
2016 37,701,500 $23.50
2017 $23.50
2018 $23.50
2019 $23.50
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