US Mint Sales: 2016 Standing Liberty Quarter Rises to 53,378

by Mike Unser on September 14, 2016 · 74 comments

The U.S. Mint’s newest product, the centennial gold 2016-W Standing Liberty quarter, is driving the highest number of collector sales.

2016-W Standing Liberty Gold Quarter

Photo of a 2016-W Standing Liberty Gold Quarter

Released last Thursday, the gold quarter scored first-day sales of 47,884 coins. Another 5,494 sold over the weekend to lift its total to 53,378 coins for 53.4% of the 100,000 originally allotted.

Weekly U.S. Mint Top Sellers

Here’s a showing of the Mint’s most popular products for the week ended Sept 11:

  1. 2016 Standing Liberty Gold Coin (+53,378)
  2. 2016 Proof Set (+5,259 to 374,824)
  3. 2016 Silver Proof Set (+3,825 to 256,463)
  4. 2016 Mint Set (+2,454 to 196,211)
  5. 2016 Presidential $1 Coin Proof Set (+822 to 184,355)
  6. 2016 National Park Service Proof Silver Dollars (+788 to 51,878)
  7. 2016 Reagan Presidential $1 Coin Covers (+741 to 15,124)
  8. 2016 American $1 Coin & Currency Set (+685 to 39,714)
  9. 2016-P, D & S Theodore Roosevelt Three-Roll Set (+617 to 6,906)
  10. 2016 Ronald Reagan (P) $1 Coin Rolls (+562 to 38,371)

The U.S. Mint published sales data for 248 numismatic products. One hundred and nineteen of them outperformed their prior weekly sales compared to 125 previously. Three products increased by more than 1,000 units, matching the last report.

Drop in #’s for 2016 American Liberty Silver Medals

In addition, six products had their sales total reduced compared to 3 previously.

2016 American Liberty Silver Medals saw a second straight week of modest declines. The ‘S’ medal fell by 1 and the ‘W’ medal declined by 2. Their respective sales are now 12,200 and 12,201. (See a video and photos of the medals.) The pair effectively sold out within minutes of their release on Aug. 23.

US Mint Sales: Numismatic Products

Below are tables showing the latest sales for U.S. Mint numismatic products. The sales period covers Sept. 5 to 11. Products with an asterisk (*) are no longer available.

2016 Centennial Gold Coins

Old
Sales
Latest
Sales
Gain/
Loss
%
Increase
2016 Gold Mercury Dime 116,106 116,096 -10 -0.01%

2016 NPS Commemorative Coins

Old
Sales
Latest
Sales
Gain/
Loss
%
Increase
$5 Gold Proof 4,105 4,175 70 1.71%
$5 Gold Uncirculated 3,047 3,100 53 1.74%
$1 Silver Proof 51,090 51,878 788 1.54%
$1 Silver Uncirculated 17,847 17,994 147 0.82%
50c Proof Clad Half-Dollar 33,540 33,820 280 0.83%
50c Uncirculated Clad Half-Dollar 16,397 16,517 120 0.73%
Three-Coin Proof Set 12,484 12,702 218 1.75%

2016 Mark Twain Commemorative Coins

Old
Sales
Latest
Sales
Gain/
Loss
%
Increase
$5 Gold Proof 12,198 12,254 56 0.46%
$5 Gold Uncirculated 5,283 5,300 17 0.32%
$1 Silver Proof 70,333 70,787 454 0.65%
$1 Silver Uncirculated 24,133 24,219 86 0.36%

2015 March of Dimes Commemorative Silver Dollars

Old
Sales
Latest
Sales
Gain/
Loss
%
Increase
$1 Silver Proof* 57,600 57,600
$1 Silver Uncirculated* 24,742 24,742
Special Silver Set* 74,430 74,430

2015 US Marshals Commemorative Coins

Old
Sales
Latest
Sales
Gain/
Loss
%
Increase
$5 Gold Proof* 9,975 9,975
$5 Gold Uncirculated* 6,743 6,743
$1 Silver Proof* 109,345 109,345
$1 Silver Uncirculated* 38,149 38,149
50c Proof* 61,565 61,565
50c Uncirculated* 30,231 30,231
Three Coin Proof Set* 14,984 14,984

Clad Proof Sets

Old
Sales
Latest
Sales
Gain/
Loss
%
Increase
2016 Proof Set 369,565 374,824 5,259 1.42%
2015 Proof Sets 652,752 652,995 243 0.04%
2014 Proof Sets* 714,661 714,661
2013 Proof Sets* 802,460 802,460
2016 America the Beautiful Quarters Proof Sets 66,977 67,355 378 0.56%
2015 America the Beautiful Quarters Proof Sets 98,078 98,159 81 0.08%
2014 America the Beautiful Quarters Proof Sets* 115,179 115,179
2013 America the Beautiful Quarters Proof Sets* 128,377 128,377
2015 Lyndon B. Johnson Coin & Chronicles Set* 23,905 23,905
2015 John F. Kennedy Coin & Chronicles Set* 49,051 49,051
2015 Eisenhower Coin & Chronicles Set* 16,744 16,744
2015 Truman Coin & Chronicles Set* 16,812 16,812
2014 Franklin D. Roosevelt Coin & Chronicles Set* 19,050 19,050
2013 Theodore Roosevelt Coin & Chronicles Set* 15,145 15,145
2016 Presidential $1 Coin Proof Sets 183,533 184,355 822 0.45%
2015 Presidential $1 Coin Proof Sets* 222,068 222,068
2014 Presidential $1 Coin Proof Sets* 229,415 229,415
2013 Presidential $1 Coin Proof Sets* 266,618 266,618
2016 Happy Birthday Gift Sets 12,843 13,020 177 1.38%
2015 Happy Birthday Gift Sets* 14,470 14,470
2014 Happy Birthday Gift Sets 13,085 13,095 10 0.08%
2013 Happy Birthday Gift Sets 11,662 11,667 5 0.04%
2016 Birth Gift Sets 20,859 21,271 412 1.98%
2015 Birth Gift Sets* 34,548 34,548
2014 Birth Gift Sets 34,482 34,500 18 0.05%
2013 Birth Gift Sets 41,562 41,577 15 0.04%
2012 Birth Gift Sets* 49,703 49,703

Silver Proof Sets

Old
Sales
Latest
Sales
Gain/
Loss
%
Increase
2016 Silver Proof Sets 252,638 256,463 3,825 1.51%
2015 Silver Proof Sets 378,553 378,881 328 0.09%
2014 Silver Proof Sets* 429,493 429,493
2013 Silver Proof Sets* 419,720 419,720
2016 America the Beautiful Quarters Silver Proof Sets 75,420 75,978 558 0.74%
2015 America the Beautiful Quarters Silver Proof Sets 101,348 101,452 104 0.10%
2014 America the Beautiful Quarters Silver Proof Sets* 119,251 119,251
2013 America the Beautiful Quarters Silver Proof Sets* 138,451 138,451
2013-W American Silver Eagle Two-Coin Proof Sets* 235,689 235,689
2015 Congratulations Gift Sets* 7,895 7,895
2014 Congratulations Gift Sets* 7,529 7,529
2013 Congratulations Gift Sets* 18,347 18,347
2014 Limited Edition Silver Proof Sets* 42,614 42,614
2013 Limited Edition Silver Proof Sets* 47,971 47,971

US Mint Uncirculated Sets

Old
Sales
Latest
Sales
Gain/
Loss
%
Increase
2016 American $1 Coin and Currency Set 39,029 39,714 685 1.76%
2015 American $1 Coin and Currency Set* 88,805 88,805
2014 American $1 Coin and Currency Set* 50,000 50,000
2016 Uncirculated Mint Sets 193,757 196,211 2,454 1.27%
2015 Uncirculated Mint Sets 309,149 309,289 140 0.05%
2014 Uncirculated Mint Sets* 345,813 345,813
2013 Uncirculated Mint Sets* 376,844 376,844
2016 Presidential $1 Coin Uncirculated Sets 39,877 40,335 458 1.15%
2015 Presidential $1 Coin Uncirculated Sets 57,592 57,682 90 0.16%
2014 Presidential $1 Coin Uncirculated Sets 62,455 62,491 36 0.06%
2013 Presidential $1 Coin Uncirculated Sets* 75,846 75,846
2012 Presidential $1 Coin Uncirculated Sets* 99,743 99,743
2011 Presidential $1 Coin Uncirculated Sets 85,181 85,193 12 0.01%
2015 Annual Uncirculated Dollar Coin Sets* 22,691 22,691
2014 Annual Uncirculated Dollar Coin Sets* 28,637 28,637
2013 Annual Uncirculated Dollar Coin Sets* 43,150 43,150
2013 Theodore Roosevelt Presidential Discovery Sets 10,071 10,076 5 0.05%

Coin Discovery Set

Old
Sales
Latest
Sales
Gain/
Loss
%
Increase
2014 7,632 7,649 17 0.22%

Proof Silver Eagles

Old
Sales
Latest
Sales
Gain/
Loss
%
Increase
2015-W Proof Silver Eagles* 699,623 699,623
2014-W Proof Silver Eagles* 894,614 894,614
2013-W Proof Silver Eagles* 868,494 868,494

Uncirculated Silver Eagles

Old
Sales
Latest
Sales
Gain/
Loss
%
Increase
2015* 201,188 201,188
2014* 224,532 224,532
2013* 178,941 178,941

2016 Proof American Eagle Gold Coins

Old
Sales
Latest
Sales
Gain/
Loss
%
Increase
1 oz 16,869 17,056 187 1.11%
1/2 oz 4,154 4,269 115 2.77%
1/4 oz 5,830 6,149 319 5.47%
1/10 oz 16,063 16,587 524 3.26%
4-Coin Set 11,621 11,786 165 1.42%

2015 Proof American Eagle Gold Coins

Old
Sales
Latest
Sales
Gain/
Loss
%
Increase
1 oz* 22,734 22,734
1/2 oz* 5,903 5,902
1/4 oz* 5,857 5,857
1/10 oz* 16,851 16,851
4-Coin Set* 9,918 9,918

Uncirculated American Eagle Gold Coins

Old
Sales
Latest
Sales
Gain/
Loss
%
Increase
2016 5,480 5,528 48 0.88%
2015* 6,531 6,533
2014* 7,902 7,902
2013* 7,293 7,293

Proof American Buffalo Gold Coins

Old
Sales
Latest
Sales
Gain/
Loss
%
Increase
2016 Proof Gold Buffalo 18,683 19,055 372 1.99%
2015 Proof Gold Buffalo* 16,591 16,591
2014 Proof Gold Buffalo* 20,557 20,557

Proof American Platinum Eagle

Old
Sales
Latest
Sales
Gain/
Loss
%
Increase
2016* 9,179 9,178 -1 -0.01%
2015* 3,881 3,881
2014* 4,596 4,596

America the Beautiful 5 Oz Silver Coins

  Old
Sales
Latest
Sales
Gain/
Loss
%
Increase
2016-P Harpers Ferry Silver Coins 16,057 16,385 328 2.04%
2016-P Cumberland Gap Silver Coins 17,574 17,703 129 0.73%
2016-P Shawnee Silver Coins 18,618 18,726 108 0.58%
2015-P Saratoga Silver Coins* 17,563 17,563
2015-P Bombay Hook Silver Coins* 17,309 17,309
2015-P Blue Ridge Parkway Silver Coins* 17,461 17,461
2015-P Kisatchie Silver Coins* 19,449 19,449
2015-P Homestead Silver Coins* 21,283 21,286
2014-P Everglades Silver Coins* 22,732 22,732
2014-P Great Sand Dunes Silver Coins* 24,103 24,103
2014-P Arches Silver Coins* 28,434 28,434
2014-P Shenandoah Silver Coins* 28,451 28,451
2014-P Great Smoky Mountains Silver Coins* 24,710 24,710
2013-P White Mountain Silver Coins* 20,530 20,530
2013-P Perry’s Victory Silver Coins* 17,707 17,707
2013-P Great Basin Silver Coins* 17,792 17,792
2013-P Fort McHenry Silver Coins* 19,802 19,802
2013-P Mount Rushmore Silver Coins* 23,547 23,547

First Spouse Gold Coins

Old
Sales
Latest
Sales
Gain/
Loss
%
Increase
Nancy Reagan Proof (2016) 2,719 2,781 62 2.28%
Nancy Reagan Uncirculated (2016) 1,516 1,540 24 1.58%
Betty Ford Proof (2016) 1,945 1,963 18 0.93%
Betty Ford Uncirculated (2016) 1,229 1,240 11 0.90%
Pat Nixon Proof (2016) 2,257 2,272 15 0.66%
Pat Nixon Uncirculated (2016) 1,319 1,323 4 0.30%
Lady Bird Johnson Proof (2015) 2,529 2,539 10 0.40%
Lady Bird Johnson Uncirculated (2015) 1,661 1,670 9 0.54%
Jacqueline Kennedy Proof (2015)* 11,222 11,222
Jacqueline Kennedy Uncirculated (2015) 6,224 6,251 27 0.43%
Mamie Eisenhower Proof (2015) 2,704 2,704
Mamie Eisenhower Uncirculated (2015) 1,856 1,861 5 0.27%
Bess Truman Proof (2015) 2,526 2,531 5 0.20%
Bess Truman Uncirculated (2015) 1,764 1,770 6 0.34%
Eleanor Roosevelt Proof (2014)* 2,377 2,377
Eleanor Roosevelt Uncirculated (2014)* 1,886 1,886
Lou Hoover Proof (2014) 2,392 2,392
Lou Hoover Uncirculated (2014) 1,927 1,929 2 0.10%
Grace Coolidge Proof (2014)* 2,315 2,315
Grace Coolidge Uncirculated (2014)* 1,949 1,949
Florence Harding Proof (2014)* 2,372 2,372
Florence Harding Uncirculated (2014) 1,940 1,944 4 0.21%
Edith Wilson Proof (2013)* 2,464 2,464
Edith Wilson Uncirculated (2013)* 1,974 1,974
Ellen Wilson Proof (2013)* 2,511 2,511
Ellen Wilson Uncirculated (2013)* 1,980 1,980
Helen Taft Proof (2013)* 2,598 2,598
Helen Taft Uncirculated (2013)* 1,993 1,993
Edith Roosevelt Proof (2013)* 2,840 2,840
Edith Roosevelt Uncirculated (2013)* 2,027 2,027
Ida McKinley Proof (2013)* 2,724 2,724
Ida McKinley Uncirculated (2013)* 2,008 2,008
Alice Paul Proof (2012)* 3,505 3,505
Alice Paul Uncirculated (2012)* 2,798 2,798
Frances Cleveland Proof (2012, 1st Term)* 3,158 3,158
Frances Cleveland Uncirculated (2012 1st Term)* 2,454 2,454
Caroline Harrison Proof (2012)* 3,046 3,046
Caroline Harrison Uncirculated (2012)* 2,436 2,436
Frances Cleveland Proof (2012, 2nd Term)* 3,104 3,104
Frances Cleveland Uncirculated (2012 2nd Term)* 2,425 2,425

Presidential $1 Coin Sets

Old
Sales
Latest
Sales
Gain/
Loss
%
Increase
2016-P 4,677 4,638 -39 -0.83%
2016-D 4,327 4,305 -22 -0.51%
2015-P 11,367 11,402 35 0.31%
2015-D 9,761 9,791 30 0.31%
2014-P 12,956 12,973 17 0.13%
2014-D 9,474 9,495 21 0.22%
2013-P* 17,771 17,771
2013-D 14,923 14,923

Presidential Coins & First Spouse Medal Sets

Old
Sales
Latest
Sales
Gain/
Loss
%
Increase
Reagan 9,419 9,829 410 4.35%
Ford 5,131 5,211 80 1.56%
Nixon 6,136 6,215 79 1.29%
Johnson 7,195 7,216 21 0.29%
Kennedy* 24,183 24,183
Eisenhower 8,700 8,714 14 0.16%
Truman 7,870 7,883 13 0.17%
Roosevelt* 7,000 7,000
Hoover* 4,500 4,500
Coolidge* 4,500 4,500
Harding* 4,500 4,500
Edith Wilson 3,979 3,979
Ellen Wilson 3,998 3,998
Helen Taft 3,994 3,994
Edith Roosevelt 5,002 5,002
Ida McKinley 3,994 3,994
Abigail Fillmore 11,081 11,085 4 0.04%
Jane Pierce 8,858 8,861 3 0.03%
Buchanan’s Liberty 8,866 8,868 2 0.02%
Mary Todd Lincoln* 15,858 15,858
Eliza Johnson 7,193 7,195 2 0.03%
Julia Grant 7,905 7,909 4 0.05%
Lucy Hayes 6,229 6,231 2 0.03%
Lucretia Garfield 5,995 5,998 3 0.05%
Alice Paul 5,908 5,913 5 0.08%
Frances Cleveland (1st) 5,364 5,368 4 0.07%
Caroline Harrison 5,284 5,287 3 0.06%
Frances Cleveland (2nd) 5,158 5,161 3 0.06%

Presidential $1 Coin Covers

Old
Sales
Latest
Sales
Gain/
Loss
%
Increase
Ronald Reagan 14,383 15,124 741 5.15%
Gerald R. Ford 11,317 11,380 63 0.56%
Richard M. Nixon 13,034 13,082 48 0.37%
Lyndon B. Johnson 12,805 12,822 17 0.13%
John F. Kennedy 22,149 22,200 51 0.23%
Dwight D. Eisenhower* 14,823 14,823
Harry S. Truman 14,788 14,788
Franklin Roosevelt 14,703 14,707 4 0.03%
Herbert Hoover 12,282 12,294 12 0.10%
Calvin Coolidge 12,809 12,813 4 0.03%
Warren G. Harding 12,978 12,980 2 0.02%
William Henry Harrison 30,837 30,837
John Tyler 27,470 27,470
James K. Polk 25,703 25,703
Zachary Taylor 24,669 24,669
Millard Fillmore 23,770 23,772 2 0.01%
Franklin Pierce 22,221 22,221
James Buchanan 20,947 20,948 1 0.00%
Abraham Lincoln* 36,783 36,783
Andrew Johnson 19,415 19,417 2 0.01%
Ulysses S. Grant 20,129 20,134 5 0.02%
Rutherford B. Hayes 17,636 17,637 1 0.01%
James Garfield 16,822 16,823 1 0.01%
Chester Arthur 16,985 16,987 2 0.01%
Grover Cleveland (1st) 15,460 15,461 1 0.01%
Benjamin Harrison 15,059 15,061 2 0.01%
Grover Cleveland (2nd) 14,333 14,336 3 0.02%
William McKinley 14,623 14,627 4 0.03%
Theodore Roosevelt 17,014 17,033 19 0.11%
William Howard Taft 13,531 13,535 4 0.03%
Woodrow Wilson 13,145 13,149 4 0.03%

2016 Ronald Reagan $1 Coin Rolls, Bags, Boxes

Old
Sales
Latest
Sales
Gain/
Loss
%
Increase
25-coin roll set (P) 37,809 38,371 562 1.49%
25-coin roll set (D) 34,836 35,307 471 1.35%
100-coin bag (P) 1,310 1,359 49 3.74%
100-coin bag (D) 1,258 1,299 41 3.26%
250-coin box (P) 4,499 4,585 86 1.91%
250-coin box (D) 4,163 4,266 103 2.47%

2016 Gerald R. Ford $1 Coin Rolls, Bags, Boxes

Old
Sales
Latest
Sales
Gain/
Loss
%
Increase
25-coin roll set (P) 40,622 40,738 116 0.29%
25-coin roll set (D) 36,596 36,683 87 0.24%
100-coin bag (P) 2,458 2,465 7 0.28%
100-coin bag (D) 965 972 7 0.73%
250-coin box (P) 3,950 3,966 16 0.41%
250-coin box (D) 3,595 3,706 111 3.09%

2016 Richard M. Nixon $1 Coin Rolls, Bags, Boxes

Old
Sales
Latest
Sales
Gain/
Loss
%
Increase
25-coin roll set (P) 42,581 42,673 92 0.22%
25-coin roll set (D) 37,158 37,227 69 0.19%
100-coin bag (P) 2,532 2,541 9 0.36%
100-coin bag (D) 1,114 1,123 9 0.81%
250-coin box (P) 4,321 4,344 23 0.53%
250-coin box (D) 4,213 4,218 5 0.12%

2015 Lyndon B. Johnson $1 Coin Rolls, Bags, Boxes

Old
Sales
Latest
Sales
Gain/
Loss
%
Increase
25-coin roll set (P)* 40,000 40,000
25-coin roll set (D)* 37,742 37,742
100-coin bag (P) 1,340 1,347 7 0.52%
100-coin bag (D) 1,338 1,341 3 0.22%
250-coin box (P) 4,688 4,688
250-coin box (D) 5,881 5,893 12 0.20%

2015 John F. Kennedy $1 Coin Rolls, Bags, Boxes

Old
Sales
Latest
Sales
Gain/
Loss
%
Increase
25-coin roll set (P) 50,952 50,999 47 0.09%
25-coin roll set (D) 45,975 46,019 44 0.10%
100-coin bag (P) 2,307 2,321 14 0.61%
100-coin bag (D) 2,053 2,067 14 0.68%
250-coin box (P) 7,413 7,420 7 0.09%
250-coin box (D) 6,786 6,794 8 0.12%

2015 Dwight D. Eisenhower $1 Coin Rolls, Bags, Boxes

Old
Sales
Latest
Sales
Gain/
Loss
%
Increase
25-coin roll set (P)* 39,729 39,729
25-coin roll set (D)* 37,728 37,728
100-coin bag (P) 1,964 1,967 3 0.15%
100-coin bag (D) 1,895 1,904 9 0.47%
250-coin box (P) 7,675 7,680 5 0.07%
250-coin box (D) 5,958 5,967 9 0.15%

2015 Harry S. Truman $1 Coin Rolls, Bags, Boxes

Old
Sales
Latest
Sales
Gain/
Loss
%
Increase
25-coin roll set (P)* 39,686 39,686
25-coin roll set (D)* 37,655 37,655
100-coin bag (P)* 3,489 3,489
100-coin bag (D)* 3,334 3,334
250-coin box (P) 7,995 8,000 5 0.06%
250-coin box (D) 6,144 6,155 11 0.18%

2014 Franklin Roosevelt $1 Coin Rolls, Bags, Boxes

Old
Sales
Latest
Sales
Gain/
Loss
%
Increase
25-coin roll set (P) 56,980 57,013 33 0.06%
25-coin roll set (D) 51,860 51,895 35 0.07%
100-coin bag (P)* 1,986 1,986
100-coin bag (D)* 1,968 1,968
250-coin box (P)* 6,977 6,977
250-coin box (D)* 5,025 5,025

2014 Herbert Hoover $1 Coin Rolls, Bags, Boxes

Old
Sales
Latest
Sales
Gain/
Loss
%
Increase
25-coin roll set (P) 52,466 52,481 15 0.03%
25-coin roll set (D) 45,581 45,603 22 0.05%
100-coin bag (P)* 1,978 1,978
100-coin bag (D)* 1,990 1,990
250-coin box (P) 6,994 6,994
250-coin box (D)* 5,050 5,050

Native American Dollar Rolls

Old
Sales
Latest
Sales
Gain/
Loss
%
Increase
2016-dated 25-coin roll set (P) 15,089 15,171 82 0.54%
2016-dated 25-coin roll set (D) 14,874 14,954 80 0.54%
2016-dated 100-coin bag (P) 1,041 1,055 14 1.34%
2016-dated 100-coin bag (D) 1,101 1,112 11 1.00%
2016-dated 250-coin box (P) 1,408 1,415 7 0.50%
2016-dated 250-coin box (D) 1,558 1,564 6 0.39%
2015-dated 25-coin roll set (P) 18,035 18,058 23 0.13%
2015-dated 25-coin roll set (D) 18,418 18,441 23 0.12%
2015-dated 100-coin bag (P) 2,056 2,057 1 0.05%
2015-dated 100-coin bag (D) 2,160 2,162 2 0.09%
2015-dated 250-coin box (P) 2,147 2,152 5 0.23%
2015-dated 250-coin box (D) 2,073 2,075 2 0.10%
2014-dated 25-coin roll set (P)* 19,173 19,173
2014-dated 25-coin roll set (D)* 19,113 19,113
2014-dated 100-coin bag (P)* 1,987 1,987
2014-dated 100-coin bag (D)* 1,990 1,990
2014-dated 250-coin box (P)* 2,611 2,611
2014-dated 250-coin box (D)* 2,480 2,480
2013-dated 25-coin roll set (P)* 24,914 24,914
2013-dated 25-coin roll set (D)* 23,864 23,864
2013-dated 100-coin bag (P)* 1,481 1,481
2013-dated 100-coin bag (D)* 1,478 1,478
2013-dated 250-coin box (P)* 2,508 2,508
2013-dated 250-coin box (D)* 2,496 2,496
2013-dated 500-coin box (P)* 498 498
2013-dated 500-coin box (D)* 494 494

Kennedy Half Dollar Rolls

Old
Sales
Latest
Sales
Gain/
Loss
%
Increase
2016-dated 200-coin bag (P&D) 6,448 6,476 28 0.43%
2016-dated 2-roll set (P&D) 17,955 18,112 157 0.87%
2015-dated 200-coin bag (P&D) 12,793 12,801 8 0.06%
2015-dated 2-roll set (P&D) 27,008 27,052 44 0.16%
2014-dated 200-coin bag (P&D)* 12,967 12,967
2014-dated 2-roll set (P&D)* 30,331 30,331
2013-dated 200-coin bag (P&D)* 9,980 9,980
2013-dated 2-roll set (P&D)* 24,918 24,918
2012-dated 200-coin bag (P&D)* 10,323 10,323
2012-dated 2-roll set (P&D)* 33,766 33,766

America the Beautiful Quarters Uncirculated Coin Set

Old
Sales
Latest
Sales
Gain/
Loss
%
Increase
2016 Issue 23,383 23,626 243 1.04%
2015 Issue 26,908 26,942 34 0.13%
2014 Issue 29,326 29,353 27 0.09%
2013 Issue 42,189 42,219 30 0.07%
2012 Issue* 42,223 42,223
2011 Issue 39,982 40,002 20 0.05%
2010 Issue 41,275 41,293 18 0.04%

America the Beautiful Quarters Circulating Coin Set

Old
Sales
Latest
Sales
Gain/
Loss
%
Increase
2015 Issue 19,688 19,730 42 0.21%
2014 Issue 22,828 22,845 17 0.07%
2013 Issue 28,322 28,344 22 0.08%
2012 Issue* 24,869 24,869
2011 Issue 35,716 35,733 17 0.05%
2010 Issue 39,210 39,226 16 0.04%

America the Beautiful Quarters Three-Coin Sets

Old
Sales
Latest
Sales
Gain/
Loss
%
Increase
Harpers Ferry 10,493 10,682 189 1.80%
Cumberland Gap 12,215 12,300 85 0.70%
Shawnee 13,046 13,100 54 0.41%
Saratoga 14,317 14,331 14 0.10%
Bombay Hook 12,910 12,921 11 0.09%
Blue Ridge Parkway 16,450 16,459 9 0.05%
Kisatchie Set 14,702 14,712 10 0.07%
Homestead Set 15,672 15,681 9 0.06%
Everglades Set 13,935 13,949 14 0.10%
Great Sand Dunes Set 13,724 13,739 15 0.11%
Arches Three-Coin Set 15,313 15,325 12 0.08%
Shenandoah Three-Coin Set 16,930 16,941 11 0.06%
Great Smoky Mountains Set 18,588 18,588
Mount Rushmore Quarters Set 17,196 17,206 10 0.06%
Fort McHenry Quarters Set 15,868 15,874 6 0.04%
Great Basin Quarters Set 15,164 15,169 5 0.03%
Perry’s Victory Quarters Set 17,278 17,285 7 0.04%
White Mountain Quarters Set 18,056 18,056
Denali Quarters Set 17,527 17,535 8 0.05%
Hawaii Volcanoes Quarters Set* 16,508 16,647
Acadia Quarters Set 19,924 19,933 9 0.05%
Chaco Culture Quarters Set 19,334 19,342 8 0.04%
El Yunque Quarters Set* 19,891 19,891
Chickasaw Quarters Set 15,900 15,901 1 0.01%
Vicksburg Quarters Set 17,750 17,755 5 0.03%
Olympic Quarters Set 17,365 17,370 5 0.03%
Glacier Quarters Set 18,615 18,618 3 0.02%
Gettysburg Quarters Set 22,270 22,275 5 0.02%
Mount Hood Quarters Set 18,048 18,055 7 0.04%
Grand Canyon Quarters Set 21,585 21,596 11 0.05%
Yosemite Quarters Set 21,600 21,606 6 0.03%
Yellowstone Quarters Set 24,445 24,453 8 0.03%
Hot Springs Quarters Set 22,877 22,888 11 0.05%

2016 Theodore Roosevelt Quarters

  Old
Sales
Latest
Sales
Gain/
Loss
%
Increase
100-Coin Bag (S) 2,389 2,713 324 13.56%
40-Coin Roll (S) 2,572 2,883 311 12.09%
Three-Roll Set 6,289 6,906 617 9.81%
100-Coin Bag (P) 1,616 1,733 117 7.24%
100-Coin Bag (D) 1,609 1,714 105 6.53%
Two-Roll Set 6,657 6,827 170 2.55%

2016 Harpers Ferry Quarters

  Old
Sales
Latest
Sales
Gain/
Loss
%
Increase
100-Coin Bag (S) 3,828 3,861 33 0.86%
40-Coin Roll (S) 3,665 3,721 56 1.53%
Three-Roll Set 8,192 8,290 98 1.20%
100-Coin Bag (P) 1,974 1,991 17 0.86%
100-Coin Bag (D) 1,903 1,918 15 0.79%
Two-Roll Set 7,172 7,206 34 0.47%

2016 Cumberland Gap Quarters

  Old
Sales
Latest
Sales
Gain/
Loss
%
Increase
100-Coin Bag (S) 4,019 4,028 9 0.22%
40-Coin Roll (S) 3,855 3,884 29 0.75%
Three-Roll Set 8,621 8,664 43 0.50%
100-Coin Bag (P) 2,150 2,150
100-Coin Bag (D) 2,100 2,101 1 0.05%
Two-Roll Set 7,152 7,167 15 0.21%

2016 Shawnee Quarters

  Old
Sales
Latest
Sales
Gain/
Loss
%
Increase
100-Coin Bag (S) 4,378 4,384 6 0.14%
40-Coin Roll (S) 4,076 4,094 18 0.44%
Three-Roll Set 9,204 9,229 25 0.27%
100-Coin Bag (P) 2,120 2,121 1 0.05%
100-Coin Bag (D) 2,079 2,082 3 0.14%
Two-Roll Set 7,401 7,413 12 0.16%

2015 Saratoga Quarters

  Old
Sales
Latest
Sales
Gain/
Loss
%
Increase
100-Coin Bag (S) 4,723 4,737 14 0.30%
40-Coin Roll (S) 4,469 4,477 8 0.18%
Three-Roll Set 9,348 9,355 7 0.07%
100-Coin Bag (P) 2,250 2,250
100-Coin Bag (D) 2,197 2,198 1 0.05%
Two-Roll Set 7,509 7,510 1 0.01%

2015 Bombay Hook Quarters

  Old
Sales
Latest
Sales
Gain/
Loss
%
Increase
100-Coin Bag (S) 4,616 4,625 9 0.19%
40-Coin Roll (S) 4,412 4,431 19 0.43%
Three-Roll Set 9,293 9,298 5 0.05%
100-Coin Bag (P) 2,212 2,212
100-Coin Bag (D) 2,199 2,200 1 0.05%
Two-Roll Set 7,616 7,621 5 0.07%

2015 Blue Ridge Parkway Quarters

  Old
Sales
Latest
Sales
Gain/
Loss
%
Increase
100-Coin Bag (S)* 4,979 4,979
40-Coin Roll (S)* 4,978 4,978
Three-Roll Set* 9,990 9,990
100-Coin Bag (P)* 2,339 2,339
100-Coin Bag (D)* 2,328 2,328
Two-Roll Set* 7,902 7,902

2015 Kisatchie Quarters

  Old
Sales
Latest
Sales
Gain/
Loss
%
Increase
100-Coin Bag (S)* 5,149 5,149
40-Coin Roll (S)* 4,801 4,801
Three-Roll Set* 9,811 9,811
100-Coin Bag (P)* 2,383 2,383
100-Coin Bag (D)* 2,344 2,344
Two-Roll Set* 7,967 7,967

2015 Homestead Quarters

  Old
Sales
Latest
Sales
Gain/
Loss
%
Increase
100-Coin Bag (S)* 5,490 5,490
40-Coin Roll (S)* 4,483 4,483
Three-Roll Set* 10,638 10,638
100-Coin Bag (P)* 2,824 2,824
100-Coin Bag (D)* 2,490 2,490
Two-Roll Set* 8,537 8,537

 

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{ 24 comments… read them below or add one }

Seth Riesling September 17, 2016 at 3:02 pm

Danny –

I am just waiting for the first report of a Proof ASE $1 coin missing the 30th anniversary edge lettering! I hope my shipment has at least one error coin! Lol

-NumisDudeTX

Danny Morano September 17, 2016 at 3:23 pm

Seth,
Nobody is perfect as we have seen by the errors in recent past new coins from the Mint. I personally thought but didn’t voice that I felt this edge lettering and numbering was over ambitious and would be hard to impliment. Just to ambitious to try and cram all that on one coin. Mistakes were bound to be made. I have a total of 6 ordered, 2 from L&C Coins that I’m sure they would discover and 4 from the Mint. Let’s hope we both get one, a feather in our caps?
I personally would like to thank you for sharing this with me. It makes me feel a part of your trust. I of course keep this to myself. Thank you sir.

Synoptic 12 September 17, 2016 at 3:28 pm

Mike, are those the unadjusted audited figures on the American Eagles: Business & Proof strikes, namely the 2013, 2014, 2015 ?

Danny Morano September 17, 2016 at 3:37 pm

Seth,
These coins have been out for only about 28 and a half hours. If I may respectfully inquire, how did you get word of this and is this conversation between us only or is it for all to see? Do you think it could be fake? With the dismal sales of the SLQ, you would think a rumor about it would be spread to spur sales. Oh what a tangled Web is woven. Thank you again.
DrWho7

TJ September 17, 2016 at 8:14 pm

Has anyone seen any double die marks on the gold quarter? I see what appears to be doubling on the nose, lips and chin of Lady Liberty and also on the reverse letter “A” in America. I have some pics but I have to figure out how to send them. Let me know.

TJ

Synoptic 12 September 17, 2016 at 8:29 pm

You can use this link to send pics: https://postimage.org/

I seen someone selling a ‘lip’ error for over one grand; ‘looked horrible’.

Synoptic 12 September 17, 2016 at 8:44 pm
joera September 17, 2016 at 10:28 pm

Synoptic 12 and all readers:

I would like to apologize for my rant in my earlier post. I’ve being having problems and just got out of the hospital which put me in a really bad mood. While in the hospital I was not given all my medication and it made a big difference. No excuse to act like I did. I have mentioned before that we should all get along and I did not follow my own advice. My apologizes to all.

Seth Riesling September 17, 2016 at 11:02 pm

Danny –

I have not heard of a new ASE $1 coin without the edge lettering yet. I was just saying that as a new type of ASE coin it is likely that an error will get out. Many first year issue coins have been found over the years with minor or major errors for whatever reason – some have been done on purpose by Mint employees such as some of the Presidential $1 coins missing edge lettering & a Mint employee was arrested by US Mint Police for that inside job. Nothing is impossible when you have an assembly line factory run by humans & machines – both can have flaws, man & machine. Makes the hobby more interesting!

-NumisDudeTX

Danny Morano September 18, 2016 at 12:41 pm

Seth,
Being a 100% Disabled Veteran with a variety of forms of Pc’s, ipads, iphone, TV and others, it gives me the time and access to all forms of media outlets. Just a half hour ago, I watched Sundays rerun ot the weeks live version of the coin vault. One of the show hosts boasted how they had 500 SLQ’s currently at NGC and PCGS being graded with more being purchased. Current price $808.95 inc. Shipping. They had 25 raw available now which I’m sure you know that means they came back SP68 or less as with all other resellers. Price was around $200.00 less for the raw coins. Ebay’s #1 reseller reportably has at least 2000 with more coming I’m sure. The fact that sales are slow will most likely put a damper on their profits. Serves them right. Take care.
DrWho7

Seth Riesling September 18, 2016 at 5:00 pm

Danny –

Thank you for your service to the USA as a Veteran! I am a USAF & NSA brat for the first 20 years of my life with a USAF id card & USAF official govt passport. I lived in Japan 3 years at Misawa AFB (1968-1971) & 3 years in Bavaria, Germany at our smallest & most secret NSA base Bad Aibling Station (1976-1979) & attended the US DOD Munich American High School. My father also served 1 year tour of duty in Pakistan in 1961 & a year in Thailand during the Vietnam War on loan from the USAF Intelligence Command to the NSA.
My father served 20 years & then 25 years as a USPS govt employee & is partially disabled.
He got me started collecting coins from the ones he brought back from Pakistan & Thailand. Then in Germany, I worked each 3-months on our NSA base as a student summer hire employee of the US DOD & one summer did double duty working at the German dairy factory in the town about 3 miles away making $4.50 an hour in 1978 while my on base job paid the federal US minimum wage of $2.10 an hour. I used my extra money to buy coins at the small coin shop & at the savings bank in the German village near our NSA base & at German flea markets on weekends all over Bavaria (German is my second language & I traveled by myself by train a few times to visit Gernan families as part of a German Club exchange program & had the chance to buy from dealers & flea markets all over). I was very blessed & lucky to have that experience early on in life. It started a lifelong hobby for me. Sorry for my running on like this, but those great memories are as vivid today as back then & is the reason I am so passionate about numismatics.

Happy collecting Danny!

-NumisDudeTX

Synoptic 12 September 18, 2016 at 5:20 pm

Seth

Enjoyed the commentary which not many, if any reveal online. Actually, one of our family members was a bird colonel in the Air Force; flew red light missions over Korea. I don’t know what a bird colonel is but he adopted two German children. His name was Henry Stravato if you’ve heard of him. I can speak freely now for he is no longer with us.

Danny Morano September 19, 2016 at 6:54 am

Seth,
A Lieutenant Colonel is marked by a Silver Oak leaf like in the Army and Marines. In the Navy it signifies a Commander. The next step up in rank is Full Colonel, Sometimes referred to as a “Bird Colonel” in the Air Force, Army an Marines the insignia is a Silver Eagle with its wings spread wide. In the Navy it signifies a Caplain. The next step up in rank is a Silver Star or “Stardom” as it sometimes is called. It signifies a Brigadier General or in the Navy Rear Admiral lower half. It then goes up to 2, 3, 4 stars. There is a five Star Rank like General McCarther and Eisenhower and in the Navy Admiral Nimitz. These are usually only awarded in Wartime. I spent 22 yrs. In the Navy. Hope that answers your question.
DrWho7
Not to upset the Coast Guard they follow Navy regs.The National Guard follows Army, Marine and Air Force regs.

Danny Morano September 19, 2016 at 6:59 am

Sorry, misspelled Captain.
DrWho7

Danny Morano September 19, 2016 at 7:30 am

Seth,
To go a little deeper, in mostly European countries their top rank is “Field Marshal” which is signified by a “Field Marshals Baton”
During the Napoleanic Era, Field Marshal Ney was his top Field Marshal. He was tried on trumped up charges and supposedly executed. But, rumors have it that somehow he escaped to America and lived a long life. In WW2 There were many Field Marshals in the German Army. Two stick out. Field Marshal Von Palus who commanded the forces at Stalingrad. Knowing that all good Field Marshals Committed Suicide rather than surrender, Hitler promoted him to Field Marshal. Later that day, he surrendered with his troops to the Russians and Hitler swore he would never promote anybody to Field Marshal again. But, he did. Von Palus later died of Motor Neuron Disease after the war.
The most famous was Field Marshal Erwin Rommel. Falsely implicated in the bomb plot to kill Hitler, he committed suicide as ordered by Hitler to save his family from execution.
I know this is a coin based blog but, I thought I’d share some other information with you.
DrWho7

ed September 19, 2016 at 12:48 pm

Has any one received a coin with a mark above the last a in America, on the reverse? Almost a square divot.

Danny Morano September 19, 2016 at 1:21 pm

ed,
Which coin are you specifically referring to, a 2016 issue?

Seth Riesling September 19, 2016 at 1:34 pm

Danny –

Thanks for the military history on ranks. My father was the only one in my family to have served. But, most of my coin club members are retired & active duty military & often show us their foreign coins & banknotes obtained from overseas tour of duty from many countries.
I remember from high school history class about Field Marshal Rommel, nicknamed the “Desert Rat” for his North Africa campaign during WWII.
I think it is very important to tell the stories of military service for the history books. Not many young people know just how much our 5 branches of the USA armed forces do to protect us in our nearly 400 USA military bases here & around the world. And as I have experienced, many of those military servicemen & servicewomen bring back a variety of numismatic items that are fascinating to see & study!

-NumisDudeTX

Danny Morano September 19, 2016 at 2:30 pm

Seth,
Thank you and you are very welcome. Rommel was highly respected by the Allies and also feared. At one time, Asassinating him was discussed. The British also had Field Marshals. One stiff ass glory hound in particular, Mongomery, General Pattons nemesis. Can you believe it, he actually came out in the press and took credit for winning the Battle of the Buldge!
He was also responsible for one of the largest blunders in WW2, “Operation Market Garden” as shown in the movie “A Bridge too Far”. One Pompous Ass!
I’m waiting for ed to be more specific about the coin with a mark he was questioning. I’ve looked at all the 2016 coins I’ve gotten so far and haven’t found the mark he was referring to. All the best!
DrWho7

Kahoola September 19, 2016 at 9:31 pm

For what it’s worth, Rommel was known as “the Desert Fox”. It was the British 7th Armoured Division that resisted him in Tobruk that gave them the nickname “Desert Rats”.

Seth Riesling September 19, 2016 at 10:12 pm

Thanks Kahoola –

I got the fox mixed up with the rat!

2017 coins are already being issued for the year of the Rooster (or Cock) in other breaking animal news!

-NumisDudeTX

Danny Morano September 20, 2016 at 6:56 am

Kahoola,
Actually it was the Australians who were given the name “Desert Rats”. Backed by a British Contingent, they bore the brunt of the fighting in abandoned Italian fortifications, until under pressure from the Australian Government, they were relieved completely by the British.

Seth Riesling September 20, 2016 at 2:22 pm

First day sales of the 2016-W ASE Proof $1 30th anniversary silver coin totaled 262,816 coins from approximately 81,000 different people & companies.

-NumisDudeTX

Danny Morano September 20, 2016 at 3:00 pm

Seth,
That’s only about 3+ per buyer. Thought it would be higher. What’s y our take on the low number?
DrWho7

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