The 2013 silver eagles have value as both numismatic coins and as silver bullion. Keep reading to learn more about these coins.
Type: American Silver Eagle
Face Value: $1.00
Composition: 99.9% silver
Total Weight: 1 troy oz.
Current Silver Bullion Value: $19.16
The US minted the 2013 silver eagle with no mint mark and also the 2013 W burnished silver eagle, 2013 W enhanced silver eagle, 2013 W proof silver eagle, and the 2013 W reverse proof silver eagle. The mint mark, when present, can be found on the reverse side of the coin.
The burnished silver eagles have a unique look to them. Burnished coins have a matte-like finish and they appear less shiny.
Proof coins are essentially coins that have more detail. They are minted on special planchets and it takes longer to produce them. Each proof coin originally comes in a US Mint issued velvet box and a certificate of authorization (COA).
The enhanced silver eagles and the reverse proof silver eagles are special edition coins that were sold together as part of a two coin set. The enhanced coins are uncirculated coins that have three different layers to them: heavy frost, light frost, and brilliant polish. The reverse proof coins have a brilliant mirror-like appearance.
|2013||West Point and San Francisco||42,675,000|
|2013 W, Burnished||West Point||222,091|
|2013 W, Enhanced||West Point||281,310|
|2013 W Proof||West Point||934,812||2013 W Reverse Proof||West Point||281,310|
This coin, regardless of condition, is worth at least its weight in silver. The current spot price of silver is $19.16 per ounce as of July 14, 2020. Therefore $19.16 is the current melt value of this coin.
The 2013 silver eagle with no mint mark is worth around $24 in uncirculated condition.
The 2013 W burnished silver eagle is worth around $50 in uncirculated condition.
The 2013 W enhanced silver eagle is worth around $90 in uncirculated condition.
The 2013 W proof silver eagle is worth around $50 in proof condition.
The 2013 W reverse proof silver eagle is worth around $115 in proof condition.
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