Coins honoring the 225th anniversary of the US Marshals Service continue to perform well with solid gains during their second full week of release.
Collectors scooped up another 26,713 coins, according to United States Mint reporting, taking their 18-day total to 195,644 coins for a revenue pull of more than $15 million.
It took more than 9 months for the 2013 5-Star Generals commemorative coins to reach $17.3 million. That said, sales are far from scoring near the Mint’s first curved-shaped coins, the commemorative 2014 Baseball coins.
Individually sold Marshals gold coins moved 401 backward in the prior report. This week’s stats have them forward by 592. Price decreases on Feb. 11 offered some support.
Here are the 18-day sales splits across all US Marshals Service coin products:
|Introductory Prices||Weekly Gain||Total Unit Sales||Total Coin Sales||Total Sold||Maximum Authorized||Remaining|
|Proof 50c Clad Half-Dollar||$14.95||6,132||39,165||52,422||72,922||750,000||677,078|
|Uncirculated 50c Clad Half-Dollar||$13.95||2,860||20,500||20,500|
|Proof Silver Dollar||$46.95||10,051||62,101||75,358||99,959||500,000||400,041|
|Uncirculated Silver Dollar||$43.95||3,430||24,601||24,601|
|Proof $5 Gold Coins||$400.45||357||5,039||18,296||22,763||100,000||77,237|
|Uncirculated $5 Gold Coins||$395.45||235||4,467||4,467|
|Three-Coin Proof Set||$461.45||1,216||13,257||N/A||13,257||15,000||1,743|
Every US Marshals coin has remained on "Back Order." The U.S. Mint is accepting orders for them but none are in stock so buyers have to wait to get them in hand. Orders may be placed online from this U.S. Mint page, or by calling 1-800-USA-MINT (872-6468).