2009 Lincoln Dollar & UHR Eagle Sales Figures – March 12

by CoinNews.net on March 12, 2009 · 0 comments

US Mint Sales Figures Image2009 Lincoln Dollar sales continue to be brisk, although slower than previous weeks. Ultra High Relief (UHR) Eagle Gold coins pass the 52,000 mark. To the numbers…

Lincoln Commemorative Dollars are still the hottest US Mint collector coins, but sales have cooled somewhat compared to prior weeks. The proof and uncirculated dollar numbers increased 14.1 percent and 12.4 percent, respectively, versus last week’s reported 45.9 percent and 35.1 percent surge.

The latest US Mint sales figures show 45,534 more Lincoln silver dollars have been purchased for a total of 380,585 since they were first offered on Feb. 12.

The mintage limit is set at 500,000, and remember also, an amount within that is reserved for a special five-coin set yet to be announced. (For more, read Lincoln Silver Dollar Intro Prices Ending, Sales Near Mintage Limits.)

Here are the latest US Mint sales figures for each coin:

US Mint Sales Figure Tables

(Sales figures compare March, Week 1 to Week 2)

2009 Ultra High Relief Double Eagle Gold Coin

Old Sales
New Sales
Unit Change
% Increase
Notes
1 ounce
51,398
52,373
975
1.9%
US Mint coin information page: 2009 Ultra High Relief Double Eagle Gold Coin

Lincoln Silver Dollars

Old Sales
New Sales
Unit Change
% Increase
Notes
Proof
232,902
265,741
32,839
14.1%
Uncirculated
102,149
114,844
12,695
12.4%
US Mint coin information page: Commemorative Coins

The CoinNews collector tool page Mint Price Guide has been updated with the latest prices, coin premiums over bullion spots, and Mint sales figures.

The last reported sales figures are located at US Mint Sales Figures, March 5. NumisMaster has an image of all US Mint coin sales here.

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