2013 American Silver Eagle

2013 American Silver Eagle Value
2013 American Silver Eagle

Coin Info

Melt Value
United States
Silver Coin
Metal Content
1 t oz
Face Value
$1 USD
Issuing Mint
U.S. Mint
Year Issued

2013 American Silver Eagles are popular with investors and collectors alike and are one of the most beloved silver bullion coins in the world. The American Silver Eagle series, which launched in 1986 after the Bullion Coin Act of 1985 took effect, has allowed millions of individuals to obtain virtually pure, 0.999-fine silver at an affordable price. The American Silver Eagle revives the famous Walking Liberty half dollar design by Adolph A. Weinman. The American Silver Eagle has used utilized this design since 1986, and remains one of the major selling factors for this silver bullion series.

Mintages were picking up for American Silver Eagles heading into the mid 2010s, with some 44,376,000 pieces minted across all five varieties in 2013. Below is a breakdown of the mintages and values for the five types of 2013 American Silver Eagles:

  • 2013 bullion finish, 42,675,000; current spot price

  • 2013-W burnished finish, 221,981; $65

  • 2013-W enhanced finish, 281,310; $60

  • 2013-W proof, 918,680; $65

  • 2013-W reverse proof, 281,310; $90

The enhanced finish and reverse proof American Silver Eagles were sold together in a two-coin set was sold for $149.95, with the price later lowered to $139.95. The burnished finish 2013 American Silver Eagle is also known as the “Uncirculated” version of the coin and is the geared toward collectors. The proof specimens were offered individually, and bullion-finish coins were sold by silver bullion distributors.

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