Weekly & Monthly US Mint Coin Sales Figures

US Mint SiteThe United States Mint is the most active mint in the world, producing billions of circulating coins, tens of millions of bullion coins, and millions of numismatic or collector coins every single year.

CoinNews.net publishes at least one weekly numismatic report of current US Mint Coin Sales Figures, as provided by the US Mint directly. These coin sales figures are indispensable to both coin collectors and investors for determining current demand, coin mintages, and more.

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US Mint Sales: 2015 Gold Buffalo Coin DebutsThe U.S. Mint’s newest product was a weekly bestseller, despite its one once of 24-karat gold that makes it one of the most expensive new coins to own.

Released last Thursday, the annually issued proof American Gold Buffalo posted four-day sales of 5,497. While that’s one of the stronger debuts since 2011, it’s […]

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US Mint Sales: 2015 Proof Sets LeadBuying activity waned a bit across many United States Mint products, the latest sales figures from the agency show, but then fewer reasons existed to visit U.S. Mint stores last week. The Mint took a break from product releases and then there was the break for Easter weekend.

Newly released proof sets, annual Silver Eagles and commemorative U.S. Marshals and March of Dimes silver dollars caught most of the action […]

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US Mint Sales: 2015 Uncirculated Silver Eagles DebutThe United States Mint last week introduced two annual products, this year’s uncirculated American Silver Eagle and 14-coin clad Proof Set. Collectors favored both. Each scored higher starting sales than other recent issues.

Released one week ago, the 2015-W Uncirculated Silver Eagle notched four-day sales of 127,872 […]

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US Mint Bullion Sales Quicken in MarchDemand soundly strengthened for American Eagle gold and silver bullion coins in March compared to February, United States Mint sales figures show, but the two bullion series logged mixed results compared to a year ago.

U.S. Mint coin sales competed against a strained bullion market for the month with gold futures off 2.5% and silver futures edging up 0.2% […]

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2015 Proof Set Photos and Debut SalesThe United States Mint last week released its 2015 Proof Set for $32.95. This short article presents a photo overview of the set of 14 clad coins which notched six-day opening sales 232,107 — the quickest start in three years.

Annually issued for decades, these sets are always a sales leader among U.S. Mint collectible products […]

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US Mint Sales: 2015 Native American $1 Coins DebutLast week, the United States Mint introduced seven new collectible products. They logged solid early sales.

The Native American $1 Coin series has annually changing designs with the newest coin emblematic of Mohawk high iron workers, builders of New York City and other skylines […]

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2014 Limited Edition Silver Proof Set Sales Open at 20,529A late release made little difference to the sales start for the 2014-dated Limited Edition Silver Proof Set. Similar to past issues, it enjoyed strong early demand, the latest sales figures from the United States Mint show.

Release on March 17, 2015, collectors scooped up 20,529 by March 22 […]

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Several United States Mint products debut on sales charts this week, including proof American Gold Eagles, commemorative March of Dimes Silver Dollars and a proof set of Presidential dollars.

Starting sales of the new proof Gold Eagles strengthened for a third year in a row, U.S. Mint sales figures show […]

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March of Dimes Silver Dollar PhotosOn Friday, March 13, the U.S. Mint released 2015 March of Dimes Silver Dollars in collector qualities of proof and uncirculated. In the first 12 hours, sales reached 24,376 coins for a total of $1,120,633. As usual, proofs dominated. Buyers grabbed 16,436 of them compared to 7,940 uncirculated coins.

The proof edition, struck at the West Point Mint, has frosted design foregrounds and mirror-like backgrounds. The other collectible coin […]

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US Mint Sales: Homestead 5 Oz and 3-Coin Set DebutTwo United States Mint products dropped onto sales charts this week, both with coins honoring Homestead National Monument of America in Nebraska.

Last Thursday, March 5, the 2015-P Homestead Five Ounce Silver Uncirculated Coin went on sale for $149.95. The collector coin opened with four-day sales of 16,216. That’s sharply higher than starts of […]

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