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 of 1/2 oz uncirculated 2008-W American Eagles gold coins surged from the last report, rising an impressive 104.5 percent. The coin was the final remaining 2008-dated gold eagle from the Mint until it sold out Wednesday.

49,788 Ultra High Relief Gold coins have been sold. Sales increased 3.7 percent since the prior report, but the pace has slowed somewhat. 1,789 were purchased by collectors compared to the previous 2,579.

Lincoln Silver Dollars jumped again. Proof versions went up to 159,634 while the uncirculated option hit 75,614. The US Mint first offered the commemoratives on Thursday, Feb. 12.

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The US Mint is left with two 2008-W American Eagles gold coins in the uncirculated collector series inventory. The 1 oz option sold out Wednesday. Sales were respectable with an increase of 799, or 9.3 percent.

The biggest jumper in the series was the 1/4 oz option, rising 11.4 percent. The 1/4 oz size settled down with an increase of just 0.6% following last week’s reported surge of 48.1 percent. After the current inventory is exhausted, these two coins will not be sold by the Mint again.

2009 Ultra High Relief $20 Double Eagle gold coins moved nicely, rising by 2,579, or 5.7 percent. Collectors have now purchased 47,999 UHRs since they went on sale Jan. 22.

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The latest collector gold coin sales figures compare the most recent US Mint reported numbers to those provided on Jan. 29, when a change in American Eagle Gold Uncirculated coins was last seen. Additionally, the Ultra High Relief columns contrast the most recent figures to those reported from the first four days of sales. While […]

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US Mint Sales Figures ImageNo sales figure changes were reported this week for the remaining 2008-W American Eagle Gold Uncirculated Coins. Unusual, given other collector coins moved and coins did sell. In fact, the gold eagle four-coin set sold out Tuesday.

It will be another week of waiting to see how the US Mint updates the numbers next week.

For the second consecutive week, the 2009 Ultra-High Relief and uncirculated 2008-dated American Eagle gold coins went up in price on Thursday. The increases follow a week of higher gold prices and the Mint pricing policy that was launched on January 12.

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US Mint Sales Figures ImageTwo US Mint collector coins sold out since the last reported sales figures — individual 2008-W American Eagle Silver Uncirculated Coins and 2008-W Eagle Gold Proof Coins.

The former showed a zero increase in sales, as was the case in the last report and still noted as unusual. The latter gold proof coins expectedly rose. Sales increased by 2,503 coins, or by 18.4 percent compared to last week’s reported 16.4 percent increase.

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Sales figures for sold out 2008-dated American Buffalo gold and American Eagle gold and platinum coins are showing mostly zero changes this week after a few of the options jumped around last week. In the strange category for this report, no gains are listed for the uncirculated American Eagle Silver coin. Considering the US Mint […]

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There has not been any new sellouts in bullion collector coins since the Mint’s last reported sales figures. Then, the quarter-ounce 2008-W American Eagle Gold Proof coin was the biggest mover, with a 144 percent sales increase and a jump of 8,722 coins. The option sold out Monday, January 5. The newest figures show a […]

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The one-quarter ounce 2008-W American Eagle Gold Proof coin is at the top for the most active option.

The gold proof coin sold out on Monday, January 5. The latest Mint sales figures help explain why. Sales surged by 8,722 coins, or 144 percent. Numbers will be more finalized in the next report, but so far the total sold stands at 14,795.

Only the 1/10 ounce gold eagle now remains for 2008-dated proof coins for sale, with their total sales now standing at 11,319. They may not be around long. For part of Thursday and Friday, the Mint’s online store had them listed as unavailable. (Read 2008 Eagle Gold Proof Coins Wavering Along.)

Every 2008-dated uncirculated American Eagle gold and silver coin is still available from the Mint, with the gold options showing very strong rate activity.

Here are the latest US Mint sales figures for the major American Eagle and American Buffalo collector products:

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Since the previous US Mint sales figures were reported, the one-quarter ounce 2008-W American Eagle Gold Proof coin has sold out, and that happened Monday.

Fewer and fewer 2008-dated bullion collector coins remain. Only the American Eagle gold and silver uncirculated coins and the 1/10 ounce gold proof eagle are still sold by the Mint.

The one-half ounce American Eagle Gold Proof, which sold out Dec. 24, stands out for the second consecutive reporting period. Sales surged by 5,079 coins, or 87.4 percent. That follows its previous 83.3 percent jump.

To place these numbers in perspective, over 70 percent of its total inventory were depleted within the last few weeks. While these coins may have not been the collector’s first pick earlier in 2008, the lack of other options at least garnered their fifteen minutes of fame late in 2008. Will the final remaining 1/10 ounce proof option now see the collector’s spot light?

Here are the latest US Mint sales figures for the major American Eagle and American Buffalo collector products:

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