2008 Silver Eagle Value – SAE Bullion Coin Price Guide

2008 Silver Eagle Value is melt plus a premium ungraded and if graded MS69 is worth $30. 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.

2008 Silver Eagle Value
PCGS Graded FirstStrike

2008 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

Obverse design by Adolphe A. Weinman for the Half Dollars issued from 1916-1947. John Mercanti created the reverse design.
Composition: .9993 silver, .0007 copper
Weight: 1 oz. pure silver (31.101 grams)
Diameter: 40.6 mm

Mints: Philadelphia, San Francisco, West Point

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