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: Harpers Ferry Quarters DebutAmerica the Beautiful Quarters with a design emblematic of West Virginia’s Harpers Ferry National Historical Park launched last week and now appear for the first time in the U.S. Mint’s sales report.

Product options include rolls and bags of the coins produced in Philadelphia, Denver and San Francisco with mint marks of ‘P’, ‘D’ and ‘S’ […]

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US Mint Sales: 2016 Annual Sets LeadSales of U.S. Mint collector products normalized following two weeks of heightened gains.

Core annual sets saw the most buying action, and that’ll continue through much of the summer. They will take a back seat in next week’s sales report to […]

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U.S. Mint Sales: Gold Coins, Commemoratives and Sets StrengthenThe United States Mint registered another strong bout of sales, according to their latest report. The figures are skewed somewhat higher because of extra time in the reporting period with Memorial Day added in, but then sales around a holiday weekend are almost always lackadaisical so there’s some offsetting there.

Bigger gainers included all commemorative coins, all the newer annual sets, and most of the gold coins […]

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US Mint Sales: 2016 Uncirculated Coin Set, Ford $1 Cover DebutThe United States Mint logged stronger sales for about 64% of its collector products. Buying activity picked up from a rather humdrum previous week, supported by releases of the 2016 Mint Set and the 2016 Gerald R. Ford $1 Coin Cover.

Covers hold two circulating-quality dollars from the first day of their production. Released on May 17 for $19.95, the 2016 Ford $1 Coin Cover scored opening sales of 10,499 […]

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US Mint Sales: Gold Mercury Dime Retreats FurtherThe U.S. Mint took a break from product launches last week so its latest sales report is kind of same ol’ same ol’ — even down to the agency’s best-sellers with 8 of the top 10 the same as a week earlier.

This week’s report does show a third straight sales regression for the 2016-W Mercury Dime Centennial Gold Coin […]

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US Mint Sales: Cumberland Gap 5 Oz. Coin and 3-Coin Set DebutThe U.S. Mint last week introduced two collectibles commemorating Cumberland Gap National Historical Park. Sales of both opened a bit weaker than their sister products released earlier in the year.

Kicking last week off, the 2016 Cumberland Gap Quarters Three-Coin Set debuted on Monday, May 2, for $9.95 […]

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US Mint Sales: Gold Coins Jump; Mercury Dime DipsMost of the U.S. Mint’s gold coins saw markedly higher sales last week, but the most talked about coin, the gold Mercury dime, actually posted a lower overall total.

The new 2016-W Mercury Dime Centennial Gold Coin had published sales last week of 122,510. After some consolidating, the U.S. Mint pulled that number down […]

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US Mint Sales: Gold Mercury Dime, Silver Proof Set DebutThe first U.S. Mint published sales of the gold Mercury dime came in at 122,510, or 98% of the possible 125,000.

Released on Thursday, the centennial gold coin lasted for about 40 minutes until becoming unavailable. Their sales are expected to […]

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US Mint Sales: Dozens of Collector Products Go AwayThe U.S. Mint last week didn’t release any collector products but it did remove about four dozen of them from its online catalog and weekly sales report.

With nearly all of them issued in the past two years and most of them having been unavailable for some time, there are no huge surprises in their final sales totals […]

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US Mint Sales: 2016 Unc. Gold Eagle; Cumberland Gap Quarters DebutMore than a half-dozen United States Mint products went on sale last week, including quarters commemorating Cumberland Gap National Historical Park in Kentucky, the annually issued uncirculated American Gold Eagle, and a set of collectibles honoring former President Gerald Ford and First Lady Betty Ford. All of them were among the Mint’s top weekly sellers.

U.S. Mint products with circulating-quality Cumberland Gap quarters launched a week ago Monday, April 4. Product options include quarter rolls and bags from Philadelphia, Denver and San Francisco with mint marks of ‘P’, ‘D’ and ‘S’ […]

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