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Monday, December 3, 2007

2007-W American Silver Eagle Back on Sale?


In late November, the 2007-W American Silver Eagle Sold Out at the US Mint. This is the "collectible version," which is struck on burnished blanks and carries the "W" mint mark. Today, the coin is apparently back on sale in another form.

The coin is included as part of a batch of new Presidential Dollar related offerings that went on sale today. The 2007 United States Mint Annual Uncirculated Dollar Coin Set includes "an American Eagle Silver Dollar produced at the United States Mint at West Point." This seems to be the same 2007-W Burnished Silver Eagle that previously sold out.

This product was very much unexpected. All of the new Presidential Dollar related products remix coins already included in regular Mint Sets or Proof Sets, but I don't think anyone knew the Silver Eagle would be making a come back.
Related:
2007-W American Silver Eagle Sold Out
New Presidential Dollar Products Announced

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At December 11, 2007 at 5:39 PM , Blogger Huey said...

Great find! I took a look at their product page but the images are not clear enough to make out a mint mark. I think the silver eagles are actually all minted at West Point, so I'm curious if this set actually contains the W mint marked coin. It probably does. This could be the Mint's way of getting rid of some excess inventory.

I wonder how long this product will be available for sale.

 

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