2011-W $1 American Eagle Silver Uncirculated Coin
Authorized by the Liberty Coin Act (Public Law 99-61), the 2011-W $1 American Eagle Silver Uncirculated Coin is produced as part of a program which debuted in 1986 and featured bullion and proof versions.
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Authorizing Coin Law
U.S. Mint Online Site
However, the first year the US Mint ever produced the coin in this uncirculated version was 2006. It ran for three years before the Mint was forced to cancel the coins production for the year 2009. Stating unprecedented demand for the bullion pieces (which it is required to strike by law to meet demand), the Mint could not procure enough blanks to also strike these uncirculated Eagles.
As these coins were also cancelled in 2010, a return in 2011would mean their first appearance in several years.
Historic Mintage on Silver Eagles
Since their introduction in 2006, the Silver Uncirculated Eagles have seen the following mintages:
- 2006 – 621,333
- 2007 – 621,333
- 2008 – 436,702
- 2009 – none minted
- 2010 – tbd
The Mint cancelled sales of the 2009 & 2010 American Eagle Silver Uncirculated Coins due to unprecedented demand for the bullion version of the coin.
Appearing for the first time in 2006, the Uncirculated Silver Eagles feature the same obverse and reverse design as found on the proof and bullion versions of the Eagles which made their debut in 1986.
No release date has been announced by the US Mint.
No price has been announced by the US Mint.
U.S. Mint Production Facility
Each coin is minted at the US Mint’s facility in West Point and feature the "W" mintmark.
Designer & Sculptor
Adolph A. Weinman’s 1916 "Walking Liberty" half dollar design was used again for the obverse (heads side) of the Silver Eagles. This design is considered by many to be one of the most beautiful ever produced.
The reverse (tails side) of the Eagles feature a heraldic Eagle and shield. It was designed by John Mercanti.
|Composition:||99.93% Ag, 00.07% Cu|
|Standard Weight:||31.103 g|
|Standard Diameter:||40.60 mm|