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.

For a daily update on bullion gold and silver coin sales, jump to latest bullion coin news section of this site.

US Mint Sales: Older Silver and Gold Coins DepartThe U.S. Mint’s new proof 2016 American Gold Eagles scored the best starting sales in six years, and more than doubled the early tallies of last year’s issues.

Five proof Gold Eagle products debuted last Thursday. Each of them was among the week’s bestsellers for the Mint with three holding the very top spots and the other two ranking fifth and sixth in popularity […]

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2016 Proof American Gold Eagles Soar in DebutNew 2016-W Proof American Gold Eagles sold quicker out of the gate than any in the series since 2010, the latest figures from the United States Mint show. Starting sales of the collector coins strengthened for a fourth straight year. More impressive, opening sales of this year’s Gold Eagles more than doubled the early results of last year’s issues.

Released on March 17, buyers snapped up a total of 45,673 coins in four days for a combined 21,362.15 ounces. In comparing these results from those of the last six years […]

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US Mint Sales: Ford $1 Coins and Silver Quarters Set DebutThe United States Mint last week introduced clad dollars depicting former President Gerald R. Ford and a set of silver quarters commemorating national sites in Illinois, Kentucky, West Virginia, North Dakota, and South Carolina.

More than 2.7 million Ford coins sold and the quarters set notched the highest starting sales of any since the one from 2012 […]

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US Mint Sales: Nixon $1 Cover and Medal Set DebutThe United States Mint’s newest American Presidency $1 Coin Cover was the most popular collector product of the week.

Covers hold two circulating-quality Richard M. Nixon dollars from the first day of their production. The coin cover scored opening sales of […]

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2015 American Liberty Gold Coin Sales End at 49,325The United States Mint last Wednesday, March 3, pulled the online product page for the high-relief 2015-W $100 American Liberty Gold Coin, marking its sales end at a robust 49,325 coins.

Its sales really hadn’t changed much since January, and not at all through the last three reporting periods. In large part, that’s because most of them sold earlier […]

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US Mint Sales: Kennedy, Quarter, and Shawnee Products DebutNew collector products brighten the latest batch of sales figures from United States Mint. The agency released a new coin or set on every day last week except one.

Kicking things off, the 2016 Shawnee National Forest Quarters Three-Coin Set debuted on Monday, Feb. 22 for $9.95. The product logged opening sales of 10,086 sets […]

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2016 American Silver Eagle Sales Mark Best February at 4.78MAmerican Eagle silver bullion coins continue to march at a brisk pace. The United States Mint registered sales of 4,782,000 coins this month, the most ever for a February and the 11th highest month on record since the .999 fine silver series launched in October 1986.

More could have sold but the U.S. Mint has rationed their distribution because of silver planchet shortages […]

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US Mint Sales: Pat Nixon Gold Coins DebutPatricia Nixon First Spouse Gold Coins are new to U.S. Mint sales boards, as are 2016 Presidential $1 Coin Proof Sets.

In posting 6-day sales of 124,420, the set of proof dollars sprang out of the sales gate quicker than any since 2012 […]

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US Mint Sales: Mark Twain and Richard Nixon Dollars LeadWhile the United States Mint didn’t release new coins last week, those that launched at the beginning of the month maintained a steady stream of sales.

They include the silver dollars honoring Mark Twain, the clad dollars depicting former President Richard M. Nixon, and the quarters commemorating Shawnee National Forest in Illinois […]

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US Mint Sales: Shawnee Quarters, Twain $1s and Nixon $1s DebutThe United States Mint last week introduced quarters commemorating Shawnee National Forest in Illinois, clad dollars depicting former President Richard M. Nixon, and silver dollars commemorating American author and humorist Mark Twain.

With the more than one dozen new product options available, the Mint saw an upswing in sales for both new and older collectibles […]

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