2010 Silver Eagle - Business Strike - Uncirculated

  • Twenty Fifth Year of Issue

  • 34,764,500struck

  • The largest Silver Dollar made by the US Mint

The Silver Eagle reaches the quarter century mark.  2010 continued a run of unprecedented demand for Silver Eagles. While one of the highest minted coins, it's a necessary and important addition to any Silver Eagle collection. Our 2010 Silver Eagles are in choice brilliant uncirculated condition and are always hand selected for their eye appeal - and perfect for your collection!

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If 2009 was the year the market went crazy, 2010 was the year the market went crazier and refused to calm down. In 2009, the US Mint had such high demand for pure bullion Silver Eagles that it was unable to produce any collector's versions of coins at all. In 2010, even bullion coins were delayed because they had kept producing 2009 Silver Eagles right up until end of December, when normally they would have been striking the 2010 coins. Total bullion Silver Eagle sales came to 34,764,500, a new record for the series (and every year in the late 2000s was a new record). Silver prices for the year averaged about $20.19 per ounce, climbing from $14.67 the previous year. Due to peak bullion demand and the policy requiring the mint to meet that demand first, the burnished strikes were canceled for the second year in a row. The proof strikes were almost canceled as well, except that last minute legislation was passed allowing a few proofs by the end of the year. As any student of economics can tell you, there comes a point in an economy where it leaves mathematics behind and enters the realm of pure psychology. The incessant demand for metal and the complete lack of faith in any other storage of value had become a self-feeding panic. While the economy was still definitely ailing and some would argue that it hasn't fully recovered as of this writing, banks were picking themselves back up and Wall Street was slowly recovering after the DJIA bottomed out. The late 2010s showed some light at the end of the tunnel. But people continued buying silver as if they were on their way to a cabin in the woods to hole up and wait for the world to end. It should also be noted that the US government sells precious metals as an economic safety valve for citizens, but it also works both ways. Revenue from the sale of precious metals certainly did not hurt Uncle Sam's pocketbook any, and the fresh liquid currency, from the government's point of view, could go right into bank bailouts and other expenses incurred in getting the economy back on its feet. The Eagle coin program, after all, was initially formed from a bill specifically created to help keep the US debt in check.

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