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Annual Mintages of American Silver Eagles

The American Silver Eagle has been minted since 1986, but the type of coin has not been consistent from year to year. We wanted to develop a handy guide that shows you mintages from year to year. Below you will find a table that illustrates the different annual mintages of bullion, proof and burnished American Silver Eagles since the coin’s introduction in 1986. As always, W stands for West Point, P for Philadelphia and S for San Francisco.


Year Bullion Proof Uncirculated
1986 5,393,005 1,446,778
1987 11,442,335 904,732
1988 5,004,646 557,370
1989 5,203,327 617,694
1990 5,849,110 695,510
1991 7,191,066 511,924
1992 5,540,068 498,543
1993 6,763,762
405,913
1994 4,227,319 372,168
1995 4,672,051 407,822
1995-W
30,125
1996
3,603,386 498,293
1997 4,295,004 440,315
1998 4,487,549 450,728
1999 7,408,640 549,330
2000 9,239,132 600,743
2001 9,001,711 746,398
2002 10,539,026 647,342
2003 8,495,008 747,831
2004 8,882,754 801,602
2005 8,891,025 816,663
2006 10,676,522 1,092,477 466,573
2006-P Reverse Proof
248,875
2007 9,028,036 821,759 621,333
2008 20,583,000 700,979 533,757
2009 30,459,000

2010 34,764,500 849,861
2011 40,020,000 947,355 409,766
2011-S

99,882
2011-P Reverse Proof
99,882
2012 33,742,500 877,731 226,120
2012-S
281,792
2012-S Reverse Proof
224,935
2013 42,675,000 934,331 221,981
2013-W Reverse Proof
235,689
2013-W Enh
235,689
2014 44,006,000

Annual mintages of the American Silver Eagle have varied over time for a number of reasons ranging from anniversary collections to special commemoratives. If you have questions about the mintage of an American Silver Eagle you’re interest in, don’t hesitate to contact our staff!