The United States Mint is nearly ready to begin long-awaited shipments of 2015 American Silver Eagles. Starting January 26th , the Mint shall begin the first shipments of 2015 Silver Eagles to approved distributors.
Be the First to Buy 2015 American Silver Eagles
Given the extremely low silver prices, distributors have been routinely selling out of Silver Eagles. Expect the high demand to continue through the first part of the new year — buying 2015 American Silver Eagles may be difficult, as initial supplies will be scare and the US Mint’s production capacity is not able to keep up. You can pre-order and secure a shipment when you buy Monster Boxes of 2015 American Silver Eagles online from CBMint — by pre-ordering, you ensure that you will receive one of the first Mint allocations of 2015 Silver Eagle coins.
Design of the 2015 American Silver Eagle
Other than the mint date, the 2015 US Silver Eagle shares its design motifs with all other years of Silver Eagle coins. However, this may soon be changing. As soon as 2016, US Silver Eagles may see a significant design change on the reverse. Last April, the Citizens Coinage Advisory Committee (CCAC) recommended that the reverse side of US Silver Eagles be replaced with a new design. If the proposal goes forward quickly, 2015 may be the last year of 1 Ounce American Silver Eagles that features the traditional design.
The newest installment has finally arrived in what is probably the most famous silver bullion coin in the world — the American Silver Eagle. Except for the date change, the 2014 Silver Eagle does not differ from its predecessors, being struck from .999 fine silver and containing exactly 1 troy ounce of silver. Though some bullion coins, such as the Chinese Panda, do change designs from time to time, the design of the American Silver Eagle has remained unaltered since its 1986 introduction, and for good reason. Adolph Weinman’s design of Lady Liberty Walking was first used on the half-dollar from 1916 – 1947 and gave those coins their beauty and fame. Few argued when the design was re-used on the US Silver Eagle bullion coin — a decision proved correct by history as the design remains unchanged to this day.
The 2014 Silver Eagle shares the numismatic and investment benefits of all prior issues. Investors can buy the 2014 American Silver Eagle to fund Individual Retirement Accounts (IRAs), or they can be purchased for physical possession for the silver content, like any other time an investor chooses to buy silver. For collectors a proof version of the 2014 Silver Eagle is manufactured, as well as a collectible uncirculated version produced only at the West Point Mint and bearing the “W” mintmark. The latter are produced on special burnished blanks and sometimes referred to as “Burnished Uncirculated”.
The 2014 Silver Eagle continues the proud tradition started way back in 1986. Be sure to buy the 2014 American Silver Eagle before they are snatched up as everybody with coin and bullion interests will be sure to add the new Silver Eagles to their collections.