2008 With 2007 Reverse is $400 raw and if graded MS69 is worth $500. Coins must be graded and certified by PCGS or NGC to be worth near retail premiums with MS70 being rare.
A rule of thumb for raw Silver Eagles value is to take their current melt value and add $5 to $7. The exception is coins from the 1990’s and 1980’s since they have a premium over coins from 2000 and later.
The image on the left shows a normal 2008 Silver Eagle reverse design, so look for a 2008 with the 2007 Silver Eagle design (right picture).
Silver Eagle Melt Value
American Silver Eagles are known for being certified in First Strike and Early release holders. A few are even signed my Moy and Mercanti among other Mint Engravers, celebrities and PCGS founders. These can often add a premium but most do not add more than $5 or $10, but a select few are more rare.
Be on the lookout for Fake Silver Eagles
Mints: Philadelphia, San Francisco, West Point