The United States Mint will charge $29.95 for its special set of 10 enhanced uncirculated coins. News of the price came Friday morning in the form of an updated product page. The set goes on sale Aug. 1 at noon ET.
The U.S. Mint’s newest 5-ounce collectible was its best weekly seller. Commemorating Ozark National Scenic Riverways in southeastern Missouri, the big three-inch coin launched on July 11 for $149.95.
It moved out of the sales gate okay, but not as quick as recent issues. The silver collectible logged six-day sales of 13,740 coins Continue reading
Is a sell-out in the works for the 20th anniversary 2017-W Proof American Platinum Eagle? It now seems possible.
Buyers scooped up another 2,084 coins during its first full week of release, lifting its 11-day sales total to 8,044 coins for 80.4% of the allotted 10,000 mintage. Continue reading
U.S. coin production quickened in June for a second month in a row as United States Mint facilities in Philadelphia and Denver struck over 1.2 billion coins for circulation, the most since March.
In the first half of 2017, the U.S. Mint manufactured nearly 7.6 billion coins. That’s a sizable tally, but it’s tracking for a second slower year after production peaked in 2015 Continue reading
This week’s sales report from the United States Mint includes first results of the 2017-W Proof 20th Anniversary American Platinum Eagle. As discussed earlier, the platinum piece logged four-day sales of 5,960 coins. It was the U.S. Mint’s best weekly seller.
Elsewhere, the report shows some sizable sales reductions. Nine products saw reduced totals Continue reading