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 Figures ImageThe newly released Boy Scouts Silver Dollars were off to the races earning headlines, but other United States Mint coins picked up in pace also last week according to the latest sales report.

Demand trended higher, with silver coins making the most noise as every US Mint silver product clamored with week-over-week gains.

The 2010 Boy Scouts coins reached 214,673 in less than a week. Collectors purchased 144,732 proofs and 69,941 uncirculated dollars. With a touch over 61% of the total allotted 350,000 mintage accounted for, it would appear these commemoratives are destined for a sell out.

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2010 American Silver Eagle Bullion Coin2010 American Silver Eagle bullion coins surged during the start and toward the end of March, capping the best United States Mint quarterly sales since the coin series debuted in 1986.

The latest sales figures, however, do not bode well for 2010-dated collector proof and uncirculated versions of the Silver Eagles. Collector coins carry the "W" mint mark, which is unlike the bullion versions that are available now and must be produced by the U.S. Mint in quantities to meet public demand. As long as that demand remains at unprecedented levels, this year’s collector options are at risk of cancellation as happened to the 2009s.

 

"Any time that we get ahead of demand, we are storing away blanks" for collector gold and silver coins. "If demand catches up, that’s when we have to use the blanks" for bullion coins, U.S. Mint Director Ed Moy explained during a public coin forum on Saturday, March 27.

 

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The United States Mint today released the first set of opening sales figures for the 2010 Boy Scouts of America Centennial Silver Dollars. The new commemorative coin sales numbers follow the announcement by US Mint Director Moy that total sales reached 200,000 between their release last Tuesday, March 23, to Saturday morning, March 27. Then, […]

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US Mint Sales Figures ImageAbigail Fillmore First Spouse Gold Coins have been added to the latest United States Mint sales report. Their numbers — along with other gold pieces in the first lady series — shined the brightest compared to other numismatic products which were mostly sluggish.

Abigail Fillmore $10s reached 2,881 between their launch on Thursday and through Sunday. Their three-day tally was higher than opening sales from the prior four First Spouse coin launches. Figures came in 1,824 for the proof version and 1,057 for the uncirculated option.

The 24 karat coins as a group enjoyed better week-over-week sales — even after taking out the new Abigail numbers and despite the Anna Harrison’s going off sale with zero additions for the week. With these exclusions applied, 174 were purchased last week compared to 127 from the prior one.

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US Mint Sales Figures Image Action picked up for numismatic coins, according to the latest US Mint sales report.

The prior report showed that only three products garnered week-over-week improvements. More than a dozen passed that barrier in the latest round of figures.

On the notable front, 2009 Gold Proof Buffalo coins increased by 598 compared to the previous 384 and are nearing 50,000 in sales. In fact, as of Sunday their total was at 48,994 which very likely means the 50K ceiling was actually topped by Tuesday or Wednesday. The proof Buffalo was released late last year on October 29, 2009.

Disabled American Veterans Silver Dollars advanced 16,323 for the proofs to 107,316 while uncirculated sales rose 5,779 to reach 46,620.

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American Eagle Gold Bullion CoinAmerican Gold Eagle bullion coins are not on the same fiery pace seen in 2009 or during the Y2K “scare” in 1999, but the latest United States Mint sales figures show they are on track to record their third best ever March.

With the first two weeks of this month now history, US Mint sales of the gold bullion coins have reached 39,500. Buyers will need to scoop up another 48,501 during the next 2 1/2 weeks to pass March 1998 and earn the third best March ranking.

Any slack in sales however, and the month will likely fall to fourth place — only 16,501 more are needed to attain that spot.

Volatile gold prices have made it an interesting year for American Eagles, with buyers trying to ride the surges and dips.

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The latest United States Mint sales report is less than exciting. Only three products show week-over-week improvements. On the other hand, bullion gold and silver American Eagles displayed a touch of spunk after their prior week of easing sales. To the numbers… Disabled American Veterans Silver Dollars followed the trend of modern commemorates — quick […]

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American Silver Eagle Bullion coins blasted off in January and have already topped the 6 million sales mark through to the first week of March, according to the latest figures from the United States Mint. That, despite a delayed January 19 release of the 2010-dated Silver Eagles and a week prior sell out of the […]

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US Mint Sales Figures ImageSprinting past all other collectible coins to easily become the U.S. Mint sales leader in just three days were the American Veterans Disabled for Life Silver Dollars.

Nearing 100K from their launch last Thursday through to Sunday, 66,209 proof and 32,149 uncirculated coins were ordered — very sound starting numbers. Compared to last year’s commemoratives, the debuting level was a bit more than half that of the popular Lincoln Silver Dollars, and more than double that of the Louis Braille Silver Dollars. The Lincolns eventually sold out. The Braille’s did not, but their figures were solid, nevertheless.

In other products… Both silver sets outperformed their previous weekly gains. The US Mint Silver Proof Set rose 2,687 to end at 664,885. The DC & US Territories Quarters Silver Proof Set climbed 930 to finish at 273,541.

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American Veterans Disabled for Life Silver Dollar - Proof VersionThe latest United States Mint weekly sales report is out and the numbers reveal collectors purchased a solid 98,358 of the just released American Veterans Disabled for Life Silver Dollars in three days.

The first of two commemorative silver dollars to be issued this year was made available by the US Mint on Thursday, February 25, 2010, at noon Eastern Time. The coins pay tribute to Americans who became disabled for life while serving in the Armed Forces of the United States. The 90 percent silver and 10 percent copper dollars are struck in both proof and uncirculated condition and are available for introductory prices of $39.95 and $33.95, respectively.

As is nearly always the case, collectors preferred the proofs — this time by a more than two-to-one margin in the early going with 66,209 proof silver $1s purchased. On the flip side, 32,149 uncirculated coins were ordered. The time frame for the reported figures was from Thursday to Sunday.

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