2017 American Silver Eagle


2017 American Silver EagleThe 2017 American Silver Eagle

One-Troy ounce 99.9% silver coin.

Bullion Silver Eagle coins do not have mint marks and they were minted at either the West Point mint or San Francisco mint.

There were 564,395 Proof coins minted: 440,596 from West Point mint (with a 'W' mint mark); and 123,799 from San Francisco mint (with a 'S' mint mark).

In addition to the above, there were 176,739 burnished (matt-like) uncirculated coins minted. Minted at West Point and carry a 'W' mint mark.

The Obverse design is based on the Walking Liberty Half-Dollar (1916-1947) by Adolph A. Weinman.

Edge is milled.

Reverse shows a heraldic eagle by John Mercanti.

Bullion coin shown.

Image credit: United States Mint.


Mintage: 18,000,000 (may include coins in sets)
Minted at US Mint.
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General Description: American Silver Eagles
The American Silver Eagle is a one-ounce .999 silver coin denominated at one dollar. It is the official silver bullion coin of the USA and as such is guaranteed by US Law to contain one troy ounce of 99.9% pure silver.

The coin has been produced at the Philadelphia, San Francisco and West Point Mints. Although primarily a bullion coin, the coin is popular with collectors and is also available in Proof and Uncirculated finishes.

The Obverse design is based on the Walking Liberty Half-Dollar (1916-1947) by Adolph A. Weinman. The Reverse shows a heraldic eagle by John Mercanti, replaced in late 2021 by a bald eagle landing on a branch by Emily Damstra.

Specifications

  • Country: United States
  • Denomination: USD $1 (face value)
  • Weight: 31.103 g (1.00 troy oz)
  • Diameter: 40.6 mm (1.598 in)
  • Thickness: 2.98 mm (0.1173 in)
  • Edge: Reeded (milled)
  • Composition: 99.9% Silver
  • Years of minting:
    • 1986–present (bullion)
    • 1986–2008, 2010–present (proof)
    • 2006–2008, 2011–present (uncirculated)
  • Mints: Philadelphia , San Francisco and West Point.
Silver Eagle Bullion Reverse Silver Eagle San Francisco Reverse Silver Eagle West Point Reverse Silver Eagle Unc Reverse
Bullion Reverse San Francisco Reverse West Point Reverse Burnished/UNC Reverse
Note that Bullion Silver Eagle coins do not have mintmarks.
Which Mint: US Mint
The United States Mint is part of the Department of the Treasury and is responsible for producing coinage for the United States. It has four coin-producing facilities in current use:

  • Philadelphia Mint, the largest facility. It was founded in 1792. It has a mint mark of 'P' although the early coins minted there do not carry a mint mark. The 'P' was added to most coins after 1980.
  • Denver Mint, Colorado. The mint started in 1906. The mint mark is 'D'.
  • San Francisco Mint Facility of the US Mint was created in 1854 to cater for the California Gold Rush. The current Mint buildings have been used since 1937. Mint mark is 'S'.
  • West Point Mint Facility, New York. Founded in 1792.  Mintmark is 'W'.
In the past the US Mint has also used Carson City ('CC') and New Orleans ('O').
Country of Origin: United States of America
The United States of America (USA), commonly known as the United States (U.S.) or America, is a constitutional federal republic composed of 50 states. It's currency is the Dollar (USD $1) and that is equivalent to 100 cents.

The United States mints many famous coins in gold, silver and lesser metals. The USA has several Mints, such as Philadelphia, San Francisco, West Point (NY) and Denver.
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Outbreak - Armageddon eagles - 2017 American Silver Eagle 1oz Coin
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2017 $1 AMERICAN SILVER EAGLE PCGS MS70 DONALD TRUMP HISTORY IN YOUR HANDS LABEL
2017 $1 AMERICAN SILVER EAGLE PCGS MS70 DONALD TRUMP HISTORY IN YOUR HANDS LABEL
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2017-P American Silver Eagle NGC MS 70 Early Releases 999 1 Oz. Silver Coin S$1
2017-P American Silver Eagle NGC MS 70 Early Releases 999 1 Oz. Silver Coin S$1
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2017 $1 AMERICAN SILVER EAGLE NGC MS70 FIRST DAY OF ISSUE FDI USMINT 225TH LABEL
2017 $1 AMERICAN SILVER EAGLE NGC MS70 FIRST DAY OF ISSUE FDI USMINT 225TH LABEL
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2017 AMERICAN SILVER EAGLE DOLLAR COIN  - 1 OUNCE - .999 FINE SILVER - UNC
2017 AMERICAN SILVER EAGLE DOLLAR COIN - 1 OUNCE - .999 FINE SILVER - UNC
£ 28.86
2017 USA $1 AMERICAN EAGLE **SNOWMAN** 1 OZ .999 SILVER COIN WITH RUTHENIUM
2017 USA $1 AMERICAN EAGLE **SNOWMAN** 1 OZ .999 SILVER COIN WITH RUTHENIUM
£ 64.99
2017 W BURNISHED SILVER EAGLE PCGS SP70 FIRST STRIKE CLEVELAND WREATH LABEL
2017 W BURNISHED SILVER EAGLE PCGS SP70 FIRST STRIKE CLEVELAND WREATH LABEL
£ 122.92
2017-S Proof $1 American Silver Eagle Limited Edition Set NGC PF69UC Trolley ER
2017-S Proof $1 American Silver Eagle Limited Edition Set NGC PF69UC Trolley ER
£ 148.45

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