Just over a week is left to get 2013-dated annual sets from the United States Mint. The Mint will stop selling them at noon ET on Dec. 31, 2014.
Two of the main sets for 2013, the silver and clad, sold out earlier this year, which leaves the core 2013 Mint Set and proof sets featuring 2013 Presidential $1 Coins and 2013 America the Beautiful Quarters.
Listed below are these sets, their original release dates, their prices and their latest sales as of Dec. 14.
|Release Dates||Price||Latest Sales|
|2013 Mint Set||Jun 4, 2013||$27.95||374,188|
|2013 America the Beautiful Quarters Silver Proof Set||Jan 8, 2013||$31.95||137,607|
|2013 America the Beautiful Quarters Proof Set||Jan 22, 2013||$14.95||127,872|
|2013 Presidential $1 Coin Proof Set||Feb 14, 2013||$18.95||265,924|
2013 Mint Sets are poised to finish with the lowest sales since the 1961 Mint Set ended at 223,704. The next two nearest are the 1962 Mint Set at 385,285 and the 2012 Mint Set at 392,224.
Sales of both clad and silver 2013 quarters sets are looking like they will park at new series lows. Holding those titles now are the 2011 ATB Quarters Silver Proof Set at 147,901 and the 2012 ATB Quarters Proof Set at 148,498.
The U.S. Mint is listing its last chance products, which includes the remaining 2013 annual sets and 2014 commemoratives, on this page.