Bullion Silver Eagle Mintages


Silver Eagle bullion coinThe American Silver Eagle is one of the official silver bullion coin of the United States. It has been issued every year since 1986. By law, the United States Mint is required to produce the coins in in quantities deemed necessary to meet the full public demand. In recent years, mintages have spiraled upwards, as interest in silver investment has increased.

The table below shows bullion mintage data from 1986 to 2011. For four consecutive years, mintage levels have established new record highs.

The lowest mintage for a bullion issue is the 1996 Silver Eagle at 3,603,386.

Figures below represent mintages for Silver Eagle bullion coins only, information for the collectible proof and uncirculated coins are found on separate pages of the site.

YearBullion
19865,393,005
198711,442,335
19885,004,646
19895,203,327
19905,840,110
19917,191,066
19925,540,068
19936,763,762
19944,227,319
19954,672,051
19963,603,386
19974,295,004
19984,847,549
19997,408,640
20009,239,132
20019,001,711
200210,539,026
20038,495,008
20048,882,754
20058,891,025
2006
10,676,522
2007
9,028,036
2008
20,583,000
2009
30,459,000
2010
34,764,500
2011
40,020,000