US Mint Sales: ‘CC’ and ‘O’ 2021 Morgan Dollars Debut

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2021 Morgan Silver Dollar with CC Privy Mark
2021 Morgan Silver Dollar with CC Privy Mark

The United States Mint last week opened pre-sales of their 2021 Morgan Silver Dollars with privy marks of ‘CC’ and ‘O’. Limited to 175,000 each, the pair were unavailable within 25 minutes of their release.

The U.S. Mint’s latest sales report doesn’t provide much insight beyond what is already known, showing each dollar at sales a bit above 174,000.

Elsewhere, the Mint’s clad and silver proof sets were again popular. Pull out the silver dollars and they would have ranked first and second in weekly sales, just like they did a week earlier.

Weekly U.S. Mint Top Sellers

Here’s the listing of the U.S. Mint’s most popular numismatic products for the week ending May 30:

  1. 2021 Morgan Silver Dollar with O Privy Mark (+174,325)
  2. 2021 Morgan Silver Dollar with CC Privy Mark (+174,235)
  3. 2021 Proof Set (+9,543 to 290,708)
  4. 2021 Silver Proof Set (+8,156 to 199,262)
  5. 2021-P Proof Christa McAuliffe Silver Dollar (+1,427 to 39,188)
  6. 2021 Kennedy Two-Roll Set (+1,240 to 19,422)
  7. 2021-P Proof National Law Enforcement Silver Dollar (+721 to 21,793)
  8. 2021 Birth Set (+629 to 17,844)
  9. 2020 American Innovation Dollar Proof Set (+425 to 91,593)
  10. 2021-S Proof National Law Enforcement Half Dollar (+424 to 18,054)

In its latest report, the U.S. Mint published sales data for 273 numismatic products. Eighty-one of them outperformed their prior weekly gains compared to 41 previously. Not counting the new silver dollars so as to compare apples to apples, 4 products increased by more than 1,000 units against 3 previously.

In addition, 17 products saw their sales reduced compared to 21 previously. The reductions ranged from 1 to 2,449 with the latter tagged to the 2021-W $50 American Gold Buffalo Proof Coin.

US Mint Sales: Numismatic Products

Below are tables showing the latest available sales for U.S. Mint numismatic products. The sales period covers from May 24 to 30. Products with an asterisk (*) are no longer available or had no reported sales.

2021 Morgan and Peace Silver Dollars

Old
Sales
Latest
Sales
Gain/
Loss
%
Increase
2021 Morgan Silver Dollar with CC Privy Mark 174,235
2021 Morgan Silver Dollar with O Privy Mark 174,325

2021 Christa McAuliffe Silver Dollars

Old
Sales
Latest
Sales
Gain/
Loss
%
Increase
2021-P Proof Silver Dollar 37,761 39,188 1,427 3.78%
2021-P Uncirculated Silver Dollar 11,767 11,982 215 1.83%

2021 National Law Enforcement Memorial and Museum Commemorative Coins

Old
Sales
Latest
Sales
Gain/
Loss
%
Increase
2021-W Proof $5 Gold Coin 1,013 1,057 44 4.34%
2021-W Uncirculated $5 Gold Coin 1,140 1,177 37 3.25%
2021-P Proof Silver Dollar 21,072 21,793 721 3.42%
2021-P Uncirculated Silver Dollar 7,114 7,330 216 3.04%
2021-S Proof Half Dollar 17,630 18,054 424 2.40%
2021-D Uncirculated Half Dollar 7,909 8,070 161 2.04%
2021 Three-Coin Proof Set 3,710 3,763 53 1.43%

2020 Basketball Hall of Fame Commemorative Coins

Old
Sales
Latest
Sales
Gain/
Loss
%
Increase
2020-W Proof $5 Basketball Gold Coin 8,072 8,072
2020-W Uncirculated $5 Basketball Gold Coin 3,261 3,261
2020-P Proof Basketball Silver Dollar 68,758 68,758
2020-P Uncirculated Basketball Silver Dollar 21,318 21,318
2020-S Proof Basketball Half Dollar 26,572 26,572
2020-D Uncirculated Basketball Half Dollar 13,635 13,635
2020 Basketball Kids Set 22,533 22,533
2020-P Colorized Basketball Silver Dollar 25,720 25,720
2020-S Colorized Basketball Half Dollar 32,582 32,582

2020 Women’s Suffrage Centennial Products

Old
Sales
Latest
Sales
Gain/
Loss
%
Increase
2020-P Proof Silver Dollar 33,441 33,441
2020-P Uncirculated Silver Dollar 12,601 12,601
2020-P Proof Silver Dollar and Medal Set 9,995 9,995

American Liberty Products

Old
Sales
Latest
Sales
Gain/
Loss
%
Increase
2019-W $100 American Liberty Gold Coin 11,916 11,954 38 0.32%
2019-P American Liberty Silver Medal 44,928 44,928
2018-W $10 American Liberty Gold Coin 41,913 42,027 114 0.27%
2017 American Liberty Silver Four-Medal Set* 32,647 32,647
2017-S Enhanced Uncirculated Coin Set* 210,419 210,419
2017-W $100 American Liberty Gold Coin 33,680 33,696 16 0.05%
2017-P Proof American Liberty Silver Medal* 55,187 55,187

400th Anniversary of Mayflower Voyager Products

Old
Sales
Latest
Sales
Gain/
Loss
%
Increase
2020 Mayflower 400th Anniversary Two-Coin Gold Proof Set 4,744 4,744
2020 Mayflower 400th Anniversary Reverse Proof Gold Coin 4,883 4,882 -1 -0.02%
2020 Mayflower 400th Anniversary Proof Silver Coin and Medal Set 9,073 9,073
2020 Mayflower 400th Anniversary Reverse Proof Silver Medal 19,614 19,614

2020 End of WWII Coins and Medal

Old
Sales
Latest
Sales
Gain/
Loss
%
Increase
2020-W $25 Gold Coin 7,368 7,367 -1 -0.01%
2020 Silver Medal 19,704 19,703 -1 -0.01%

Clad Proof Set

Old
Sales
Latest
Sales
Gain/
Loss
%
Increase
2021 Proof Set 281,165 290,708 9,543 3.39%
2020 Proof Set 465,099 465,097 -2 0.00%
2019 Proof Set 600,431 600,428 -3 0.00%
2018 Proof Set* 517,081 517,081
2017 Proof Set* 568,678 568,678
2020 American Innovation Dollars Proof Set 91,168 91,593 425 0.47%
2019 American Innovation Dollars Proof Set 128,524 128,770 246 0.19%
2020 America the Beautiful Quarters Proof Set 64,242 64,242
2019 America the Beautiful Quarters Proof Set 76,953 77,013 60 0.08%
2018 America the Beautiful Quarters Proof Set* 86,697 86,697
2021 Happy Birthday Gift Set 16,813 16,812 -1 -0.01%
2020 Happy Birthday Gift Set 16,738 16,738
2019 Happy Birthday Gift Set 19,097 19,097
2018 Happy Birthday Gift Set* 17,719 17,719
2021 Birth Gift Set 17,215 17,844 629 3.65%
2020 Birth Gift Set 29,330 29,330
2019 Birth Gift Set 29,530 29,530
2018 Birth Gift Set 34,032 34,032

Silver Proof Sets

Old
Sales
Latest
Sales
Gain/
Loss
%
Increase
2021 Silver Proof Set 191,106 199,262 8,156 4.27%
2020 Silver Proof Set 313,266 313,249 -17 -0.01%
2019 Silver Proof Set* 412,508 412,508
2018 Silver Proof Set* 332,274 332,274
2018 Silver Reverse Proof Set* 199,116 199,116
2020 America the Beautiful Quarters Silver Proof Set 64,016 64,016
2019 America the Beautiful Quarters Silver Proof Set 78,585 78,585
2018 America the Beautiful Quarters Silver Proof Set* 79,301 79,301
2021 Congratulations Gift Set 39,997 39,997
2020 Congratulations Gift Set 24,443 24,443
2019 Congratulations Gift Set 31,639 31,639
2020 Limited Edition Silver Proof Set 49,506 49,506
2019 Limited Edition Silver Proof Set* 47,404 47,404
2018 Limited Edition Silver Proof Set* 49,479 49,479

US Mint Uncirculated Sets

Old
Sales
Latest
Sales
Gain/
Loss
%
Increase
2019 Native American $1 Coin and Currency Set 46,964 46,964
2020 Uncirculated Mint Set 212,185 212,179 -6 0.00%
2019 Uncirculated Mint Set 346,129 346,129
2018 Uncirculated Mint Set* 257,536 257,536
2017 Uncirculated Mint Set* 286,813 286,813

Kids Coin Sets

Old
Sales
Latest
Sales
Gain/
Loss
%
Increase
2019 Youth Coin and Currency Set 14,756 14,848 92 0.62%
2019 Explore and Discover Coin Set 36,357 36,396 39 0.11%
2019 Rocketship* 49,921 49,921
2014 Coin Discovery Set* 13,151 13,151

Ornaments

Old
Sales
Latest
Sales
Gain/
Loss
%
Increase
2020 Mighty Minters Ornament 3,260 3,278 18 0.55%
2020 U.S. Mint Ornament 4,749 4,774 25 0.53%
2019 Mighty Minters Ornament 5,821 5,840 19 0.33%
2019 U.S. Mint Ornament 9,920 9,952 32 0.32%

Proof Silver Eagles

Old
Sales
Latest
Sales
Gain/
Loss
%
Increase
2021-W Proof Silver Eagle 299,533 299,532 -1 0.00%
2021-W Proof Silver Eagle (Bulk – 40 Coins) 686 686
2020-W End of WWII Proof Silver Eagle 74,743 74,743
2020-W Proof Silver Eagle 357,112 357,112
2020-W Proof Silver Eagle (Bulk – 40 Coins) 600 600
2020-S Proof Silver Eagle 191,276 191,276
2020-S Proof Silver Eagle (Bulk – 40 Coins) 440 440
2019-S Enhanced Reverse Proof Proof Silver Eagle* 29,909 29,909
2019-S Proof Silver Eagle 146,735 146,735
2019-S Proof Silver Eagle (Bulk – 40 Coins)* 137 137
2019 Pride of Nations Two-Coin Set* 99,675 99,675
2019-W Proof Silver Eagle* 345,380 345,380
2019-W Proof Silver Eagle (Bulk – 40 Coins)* 745 745

Uncirculated Silver Eagles

Old
Sales
Latest
Sales
Gain/
Loss
%
Increase
2020 154,265 154,265
2020 Bulk 40* 15 15
2019 138,139 138,139
2019 Bulk 40* 66 66

2021 Proof American Eagle Gold Coins

Old
Sales
Latest
Sales
Gain/
Loss
%
Increase
1 oz 4,422 4,416 -6 -0.14%
1/2 oz 1,587 1,587
1/4 oz 2,684 2,683 -1 -0.04%
1/10 oz 7,962 7,956 -6 -0.08%
4-Coin Set 8,161 8,160 -1 -0.01%

2020 Proof American Eagle Gold Coins

Old
Sales
Latest
Sales
Gain/
Loss
%
Increase
1 oz End of WWII 1,939 1,939
1 oz 5,784 5,784
1/2 oz 2,446 2,446
1/4 oz 4,232 4,232
1/10 oz 12,466 12,466
4-Coin Set 11,083 11,104 21 0.19%

2019 Proof American Eagle Gold Coins

Old
Sales
Latest
Sales
Gain/
Loss
%
Increase
1 oz 5,872 5,872
1/2 oz* 1,876 1,876
1/4 oz* 3,035 3,035
1/10 oz* 10,231 10,231
4-Coin Set 8,317 8,322 5 0.06%

Uncirculated American Eagle Gold Coins

Old
Sales
Latest
Sales
Gain/
Loss
%
Increase
2020 6,285 6,285
2019* 5,851 5,851
2018* 8,518 8,518
2017* 5,800 5,800

Proof American Buffalo Gold Coins

Old
Sales
Latest
Sales
Gain/
Loss
%
Increase
2021 Proof Gold Buffalo 14,554 12,105 -2,449 -16.83%
2020 Proof Gold Buffalo 11,887 11,887
2019 Proof Gold Buffalo 14,844 14,844
2018 Proof Gold Buffalo* 15,756 15,756
2017 Proof Gold Buffalo* 15,810 15,810

Proof American Platinum Eagle

Old
Sales
Latest
Sales
Gain/
Loss
%
Increase
2021 7,899 8,052 153 1.94%
2020 8,557 8,599 42 0.49%
2019 11,268 11,268
2018 14,834 14,864 30 0.20%
2017* 8,890 8,890

American Palladium Eagle

Old
Sales
Latest
Sales
Gain/
Loss
%
Increase
2020-W Uncirculated 9,267 9,283 16 0.17%
2019-W Reverse Proof 18,450 18,459 9 0.05%
2018-W Proof* 14,986 14,986

First Spouse Gold Coins

Old
Sales
Latest
Sales
Gain/
Loss
%
Increase
2020-W Proof Barbara Bush First Spouse Gold Coin 2,635 2,644 9 0.34%
2020-W Uncirculated Barbara Bush First Spouse Gold Coin 1,697 1,701 4 0.24%

America the Beautiful 5 Oz Silver Coins

  Old
Sales
Latest
Sales
Gain/
Loss
%
Increase
2021-P Tuskegee Airmen Silver Uncirculated Coin 18,535 18,909 374 2.02%
2020-P Tallgrass Prairie Silver Uncirculated Coin 13,620 13,620
2020-P Marsh-Billings-Rockefeller Silver Uncirculated Coin 13,416 13,416
2020-P Salt River Bay Silver Uncirculated Coin 13,566 13,566
2020-P Weir Farm Silver Uncirculated Coin 15,330 15,329 -1 -0.01%
2020-P National Park of American Samoa Silver Uncirculated Coin 15,781 15,781
2019-P River of No Return Silver Uncirculated Coin 16,310 16,310
2019-P San Antonio Missions Silver Uncirculated Coin 16,211 16,211
2019-P War In The Pacific Silver Uncirculated Coin 16,277 16,277
2019-P American Memorial Park Silver Uncirculated Coin 16,287 16,287
2019-P Lowell Five Ounce Silver Uncirculated Coin 16,644 16,644
2018-P Block Island Silver Coins* 15,913 15,913
2018-P Cumberland Island Silver Coins* 16,377 16,377
2018-P Voyageurs Silver Coins* 16,839 16,839
2018-P Apostle Islands Silver Coins* 16,802 16,802
2018-P Pictured Rocks Silver Coins* 17,773 17,773
2017-P George Rogers Clark Silver Coins* 14,731 14,731
2017-P Ellis Island Silver Coins* 17,670 17,670
2017-P Ozark Riverways Silver Coins 17,694 17,694
2017-P Frederick Douglass Silver Coins* 17,678 17,678
2017-P Effigy Mounds Silver Coins* 17,251 17,251

Presidential Silver Medals

Old
Sales
Latest
Sales
Gain/
Loss
%
Increase
2021 William Henry Harrison Presidential Silver Medal 10,533 10,701 168 1.59%
2021 Martin Van Buren Presidential Silver Medal 11,214 11,317 103 0.92%
2020 Andrew Jackson Presidential Silver Medal 14,032 14,102 70 0.50%
2019 John Quincy Adams Presidential Silver Medal 12,794 12,845 51 0.40%
2019 James Monroe Presidential Silver Medal 13,335 13,390 55 0.41%
2019 James Madison Presidential Silver Medal 14,314 14,380 66 0.46%
2019 Thomas Jefferson Presidential Silver Medal 19,633 19,753 120 0.61%
2018 George Washington Presidential Silver Medal 28,663 28,780 117 0.41%
2018 John Adams Presidential Silver Medal 20,781 20,847 66 0.32%

2020 American Innovation Dollars – South Carolina

Old
Sales
Latest
Sales
Gain/
Loss
%
Increase
Reverse Proof (S) 32,876 33,071 195 0.59%
25-coin roll set (P) 6,379 6,378 -1 -0.02%
25-coin roll set (D) 5,887 5,919 32 0.54%
100-coin bag (P) 2,260 2,296 36 1.59%
100-coin bag (D) 2,378 2,378

2020 American Innovation Dollars – Maryland

Old
Sales
Latest
Sales
Gain/
Loss
%
Increase
Reverse Proof (S) 36,519 36,861 342 0.94%
25-coin roll set (P) 6,494 6,494
25-coin roll set (D) 6,471 6,471
100-coin bag (P) 2,725 2,725
100-coin bag (D) 2,737 2,737

2020 American Innovation Dollars – Massachusetts

Old
Sales
Latest
Sales
Gain/
Loss
%
Increase
Reverse Proof (S) 39,114 39,273 159 0.41%
25-coin roll set (P) 6,486 6,486
25-coin roll set (D) 6,482 6,482
100-coin bag (P) 2,746 2,746
100-coin bag (D) 2,748 2,748

2020 American Innovation Dollars – Connecticut

Old
Sales
Latest
Sales
Gain/
Loss
%
Increase
Reverse Proof (S) 41,726 41,813 87 0.21%
25-coin roll set (P) 6,082 6,101 19 0.31%
25-coin roll set (D) 5,875 5,890 15 0.26%
100-coin bag (P) 2,395 2,399 4 0.17%
100-coin bag (D) 2,747 2,747

2019 American Innovation Dollars – Georgia

Old
Sales
Latest
Sales
Gain/
Loss
%
Increase
Reverse Proof (S) 41,580 41,651 71 0.17%
25-coin roll set (P) 6,712 6,718 6 0.09%
25-coin roll set (D) 6,327 6,333 6 0.09%
100-coin bag (P) 2,535 2,537 2 0.08%
100-coin bag (D) 2,431 2,432 1 0.04%

2019 American Innovation Dollars – New Jersey

Old
Sales
Latest
Sales
Gain/
Loss
%
Increase
Reverse Proof (S) 44,897 44,972 75 0.17%
25-coin roll set (P) 7,266 7,278 12 0.17%
25-coin roll set (D) 6,639 6,646 7 0.11%
100-coin bag (P) 2,875 2,880 5 0.17%
100-coin bag (D) 2,642 2,644 2 0.08%

2019 American Innovation Dollars – Pennsylvania

Old
Sales
Latest
Sales
Gain/
Loss
%
Increase
Reverse Proof (S) 49,055 49,121 66 0.13%
25-coin roll set (P) 8,178 8,194 16 0.20%
25-coin roll set (D) 7,076 7,089 13 0.18%
100-coin bag (P) 2,548 2,554 6 0.24%
100-coin bag (D) 2,439 2,441 2 0.08%

2019 American Innovation Dollars – Delaware

Old
Sales
Latest
Sales
Gain/
Loss
%
Increase
Reverse Proof (S) 64,752 64,809 57 0.09%
25-coin roll set (P) 7,724 7,731 7 0.09%
25-coin roll set (D) 7,218 7,225 7 0.10%
100-coin bag (P) 2,410 2,413 3 0.12%
100-coin bag (D) 2,623 2,624 1 0.04%

2018 American Innovation Dollars

Old
Sales
Latest
Sales
Gain/
Loss
%
Increase
Reverse Proof (S)* 74,720 74,720
Proof Coin (S) 233,319 233,587 268 0.11%
25-coin roll set (P) 19,252 19,270 18 0.09%
25-coin roll set (D) 22,611 22,625 14 0.06%
100-coin bag (P)* 2,935 2,935
100-coin bag (D)* 2,954 2,954

2020 Bush Presidential $1 Coin & First Spouse Medal Set

Old
Sales
Latest
Sales
Gain/
Loss
%
Increase
$1 Coin & Set 9,876 9,876

2020 George H.W. Bush Presidential $1 Coins

Old
Sales
Latest
Sales
Gain/
Loss
%
Increase
25-coin roll (P) 16,871 17,056 185 1.10%
25-coin roll (D) 14,655 14,840 185 1.26%
100-coin bag (P) 2,226 2,255 29 1.30%
100-coin bag (D) 2,098 2,098
250-coin bag (P) 1,448 1,461 13 0.90%
250-coin bag (D) 2,882 2,897 15 0.52%

Native American Dollar Rolls

Old
Sales
Latest
Sales
Gain/
Loss
%
Increase
2021-P Native American $1 25 Coin Roll 11,228 11,446 218 1.94%
2021-D Native American $1 25 Coin Roll 10,876 11,093 217 2.00%
2021-P Native American $1 100-Coin Bag 1,705 1,705
2021-D Native American $1 100-Coin Bag 1,619 1,619
2021-P Native American $1 250-Coin Box 921 938 17 1.85%
2021-D Native American $1 250-Coin Box 1,106 1,147 41 3.71%
2020-dated 25-coin roll set (P) 15,566 15,610 44 0.28%
2020-dated 25-coin roll set (D) 14,906 14,950 44 0.30%
2020-dated 100-coin bag (P) 1,960 1,960
2020-dated 100-coin bag (D) 1,981 1,981
2020-dated 250-coin box (P) 1,625 1,629 4 0.25%
2020-dated 250-coin box (D) 1,843 1,847 4 0.22%
2019-dated 25-coin roll set (P) 17,776 17,776
2019-dated 25-coin roll set (D) 17,075 17,075
2019-dated 100-coin bag (P) 1,829 1,829
2019-dated 100-coin bag (D) 1,766 1,766
2019-dated 250-coin box (P)* 1,734 1,734
2019-dated 250-coin box (D) 1,949 1,949

Kennedy Half Dollar Rolls

Old
Sales
Latest
Sales
Gain/
Loss
%
Increase
2021-dated 200-coin bag (P&D) 4,392 4,657 265 6.03%
2021-dated 2-roll set (P&D) 18,182 19,422 1,240 6.82%
2020-dated 200-coin bag (P&D) 11,660 11,658 -2 -0.02%
2020-dated 2-roll set (P&D) 24,312 24,312
2019-dated 200-coin bag (P&D) 11,534 11,534
2019-dated 2-roll set (P&D) 24,132 24,132

America the Beautiful Quarters Uncirculated Coin Set

Old
Sales
Latest
Sales
Gain/
Loss
%
Increase
2020 Issue 24,791 24,791
2019 Issue 32,252 32,252
2018 Issue* 32,648 32,648
2017 Issue* 29,972 29,972

America the Beautiful Quarters Circulating Coin Set

Old
Sales
Latest
Sales
Gain/
Loss
%
Increase
2020 Issue 24,849 24,849
2019 Issue 22,819 22,819
2018 Issue 22,641 22,641
2017 Issue* 24,765 24,765
2016 Issue* 23,958 23,958

America the Beautiful Quarters Three-Coin Sets

Old
Sales
Latest
Sales
Gain/
Loss
%
Increase
Tuskegee Airmen 15,474 15,474
Tallgrass Prairie  15,239 15,239
Marsh-Billings-Rockefeller 13,537 13,568 31 0.23%
Salt River Bay 13,636 13,661 25 0.18%
Weir Farm 13,815 13,837 22 0.16%
National Park of American Samoa 15,385 15,385
River of No Return 13,926 13,938 12 0.09%
San Antonio Missions 15,394 15,394
War in Pacific 15,419 15,419
American Memorial Park 15,249 15,257 8 0.05%
Lowell 15,376 15,391 15 0.10%
Block Island 14,442 14,454 12 0.08%
Cumberland Island 14,490 14,505 15 0.10%
Voyageurs 15,267 15,267
Apostle Islands 15,242 15,242
Pictured Rocks* 15,397 15,397
George Rogers Clark* 14,133 14,133
Ellis Island* 16,947 16,947
Ozark Riverways* 14,912 14,912
Frederick Douglass* 15,566 15,566
Effigy Mounds* 14,516 14,516
Fort Moultrie* 13,306 13,306
Theodore Roosevelt* 16,072 16,072
Harpers Ferry* 14,345 14,345
Cumberland Gap* 14,973 14,973
Shawnee* 15,474 15,474
Saratoga* 14,950 14,950
Bombay Hook* 13,400 13,400
Blue Ridge Parkway* 17,165 17,165
Kisatchie Set* 15,196 15,196
Homestead Set* 16,114 16,114
Everglades Set* 14,373 14,373
Great Sand Dunes Set* 14,119 14,119
Arches Three-Coin Set* 15,859 15,859
Shenandoah Three-Coin Set* 17,351 17,351
Great Smoky Mountains Set* 18,588 18,588
Mount Rushmore Quarters Set* 17,924 17,924
Fort McHenry Quarters Set* 16,345 16,345
Great Basin Quarters Set* 15,526 15,526
Perry’s Victory Quarters Set* 17,643 17,643
White Mountain Quarters Set* 18,056 18,056
Denali Quarters Set* 18,193 18,193
Hawaii Volcanoes Quarters Set* 19,947 19,947
Acadia Quarters Set* 19,940 19,940
Chaco Culture Quarters Set* 20,028 20,028
El Yunque Quarters Set* 19,891 19,891
Chickasaw Quarters Set* 16,184 16,184
Vicksburg Quarters Set* 18,095 18,095
Olympic Quarters Set* 17,718 17,718
Glacier Quarters Set* 19,046 19,046
Gettysburg Quarters Set* 22,869 22,869
Mount Hood Quarters Set* 18,384 18,384
Grand Canyon Quarters Set* 22,133 22,133
Yosemite Quarters Set* 22,154 22,154
Yellowstone Quarters Set* 25,048 25,048
Hot Springs Quarters Set* 23,203 23,203

2021 Tuskegee Airmen Quarters

  Old
Sales
Latest
Sales
Gain/
Loss
%
Increase
100-Coin Bag (S) 4,031 4,031
40-Coin Roll (S) 3,359 3,359
Three-Roll Set 7,642 7,642
100-Coin Bag (P) 2,367 2,367
100-Coin Bag (D) 2,380 2,380
Two-Roll Set 5,376 5,376

2020 Tallgrass Prairie Quarters

  Old
Sales
Latest
Sales
Gain/
Loss
%
Increase
100-Coin Bag (S) 4,193 4,193
40-Coin Roll (S) 3,834 3,855 21 0.55%
Three-Roll Set 8,682 8,708 26 0.30%
100-Coin Bag (P) 2,500 2,500
100-Coin Bag (D) 2,478 2,478
Two-Roll Set 5,623 5,643 20 0.36%

2020 Marsh-Billings-Rockefeller Quarters

  Old
Sales
Latest
Sales
Gain/
Loss
%
Increase
100-Coin Bag (S) 4,183 4,183
40-Coin Roll (S) 3,691 3,708 17 0.46%
Three-Roll Set 8,420 8,437 17 0.20%
100-Coin Bag (P) 2,406 2,416 10 0.42%
100-Coin Bag (D) 2,243 2,255 12 0.53%
Two-Roll Set 5,519 5,520 1 0.02%

2020 Salt River Bay Quarters

  Old
Sales
Latest
Sales
Gain/
Loss
%
Increase
100-Coin Bag (S) 4,156 4,156
40-Coin Roll (S) 4,005 4,005
Three-Roll Set 8,805 8,826 21 0.24%
100-Coin Bag (P) 2,488 2,488
100-Coin Bag (D) 2,422 2,422
Two-Roll Set 5,661 5,669 8 0.14%

2020 Weir Farm Quarters

  Old
Sales
Latest
Sales
Gain/
Loss
%
Increase
100-Coin Bag (S) 4,281 4,281
40-Coin Roll (S) 4,013 4,013
Three-Roll Set 8,930 8,930
100-Coin Bag (P) 2,471 2,471
100-Coin Bag (D) 2,470 2,470
Two-Roll Set 6,158 6,190 32 0.52%

2020 National Park of American Samoa Quarters

  Old
Sales
Latest
Sales
Gain/
Loss
%
Increase
100-Coin Bag (S) 4,236 4,236
40-Coin Roll (S) 3,974 3,974
Three-Roll Set 8,930 8,930
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Kaiser Wilhelm

Someone returned 2,449 of the 2021-W $50 Gold American Buffalo coins to the Mint this past week. An exceptionally optimistic flipper apparently had much bigger eyes than appetite. But not to worry; the Mint clearly kissed this booboo and made it all better.

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Kaiser Wilhelm

As a footnote, the irony of that ridiculously massive purchase and return sequence put $6,832,710 of the Mint’s own money on ice until the situation gets reconciled while simultaneously turning that particular item into a Backorder for everyone else.

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Jake

Yeah KW that’s a lot of money but it will still take two weeks to issue the credit to a credit card. I ordered the backorder the same day it was released and I got my coin within days and it had free shipping. Maybe the coins never even left the mint and they are just reconciling all their boosted numbers from a dying hobby lol

Kaiser Wilhelm

But if the coins didn’t in fact get shipped to the customer wouldn’t that transaction have been a cancelled order instead of a return? Also, a cancellation wouldn’t involve having to count and check the condition of each of those many hundreds of coins. Since that item is still on Back Order after a week I would guess the Mint hasn’t processed them back into stock yet.

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Mark D.

You mean I could get a coin that someone else touched? Eww, kooties!

Kaiser Wilhelm

No problem. Just gear up properly and you’ll never catch a rare coin disease.

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Kaiser Wilhelm

Or for that matter acquire a more common coin malady.

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Mark D.

I’m already suffering from the heartbreak of numismitism. Just glad pre-existing conditions are covered and so far I haven’t had to go before any death boards.

Kaiser Wilhelm

They’re sure that’s caused by Nomintcoinferus, but not a cure in sight.

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Mark D.

“…ferrous,” would be an iron-clad pun, plus, a doublemint entendre.

I see the return of the King’s battle crown and honor your courage, especially with all the regicide talk going around of late. So many brutes out there.

Maybe you should visit the Oranges for a while. That’s what Ides do.

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Kaiser Wilhelm

Even Rapunzel would be impressed. Puns by the ton, that’s what you ceaselessly offer up, my exceedingly punny Comrade.

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Kaiser Wilhelm

And now for something completely different…

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Kaiser Wilhelm

Occurred to me that Oranges could be referring to Caligula in exile, the one known by said color of visage. Now as to the regal House of Orange, that’s an entirely different story, clearly of Dutch manifestation. Then of course there’s the Orange Free State with one of its Pre-South African provincial era coins pictured below. By the way, is there anyone who wouldn’t want to have an old Kroon or two in their collection?

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Kaiser Wilhelm

Meanwhile out West, the native inhabitants of the land resurrect a pandemic-paused pastime.

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Lynn Butts

Sorry, i missed out last week !! Better luck next time i guess!

Kaiser Wilhelm

As the old saying goes, “Maybe yes, maybe no”, considering the track record of the Mint.

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Paul Asmussen

The US Mint puts these coin for sell ,but you can never determine through to order any coins . The mint is terrible about this but you sell a lot of them to the shopping channel . You don’t want any of us small.buyer to make any money from you . We have to go to e day and pay a lot more money from them . You ,SUCK US MINT YOUR ALL CROOK YOU ALL MUST BE DOMORATS.

Alexander Hines

Love your text, it’s the truth!! I’ve been a coin collector since BOY SCOUTS. I got my coin collector merit badge. I think it’s a wonderful hobby and I was a jock in public schools and then in college also!!! So you can see coin collecting reaches all sorts of people. I still look through my pocket change……

Kaiser Wilhelm

Coin collecting can indeed be fun for anyone, and it’s good to be in contact with other collectors because that makes you realize you’re a part of something bigger.

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Tom Geil

Hey I am a Republican and I think it sucks big time. I want to complain to my two Senators, cuz the Mint doesn’t give a damn. One of us was on the phone on hold, while I was online right at noon. I even had two in my cart, and then it came back that I was too late. The entire US mint is rigged to support the big Coin Resellers. I am done with ordering from the US MINT. And they don’t care as long as they make their sales.

Kaiser Wilhelm

Everything you say is 100% on the money! If the Mint didn’t operate the way it does coin collecting would be much more fun again. We’ll see; maybe someday.

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Mark D.

If I was Republican I’d complain to my senators too.

Kaiser Wilhelm

And I was going to let that go. Jeez Louise.

I admit I guessed what a Domorat was, but in that case, akin to when Bounty Hunter Waltz shot Slave Owner DiCaprio dead, I just couldn’t help myself.

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Kaiser Wilhelm

Okay, I’ll bite…what exactly is a domorat?

Mark D.

The chief steward serving a household of rodents, presumably holding the honorific title of Major, is my best guess.

Buy in all candor, it must be really embarrassing to be a Republican these days. I mean, have we even had a decent one since the avuncular and quite likeable Ike? He even warned us all to beware the Caligulite Sociopath Complex.

Immediately after that tragic election I actually saw Zombiecrats rise up from their modest-but-proud graves, and then start wandering the countryside offering living voters, you guessed it, … Brains.

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Kaiser Wilhelm

I liked Ike, and yes, he did warn us, but for all the good it did; his voice was clearly as the sound of one hand clapping. Since the GOP losing its mind coincided with the reign of Caligula, we can’t rule out a connection. Now they’re pulling the old Franco is still dead routine with him to keep the dainbread in line, at least until the powers that would like to be come up with a new firing solution. The glass half full is that the Dark Lord did not capture a majority of Americans, but those he did… Read more »

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Kaiser Wilhelm

Now that you’ve mentioned it, Mark, while every single biotech and pharmaceutical company in the land is feverishly seeking some sort of scientific relief for the aforementioned (initial and already much older and far more widespread) pandemic of Sociopathicus Caligulitis, up to this point there is as yet no effective psychopolitical solution in sight.

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Mark D.

Understanding that,”I was follow orders,…” is not a viable legal defense would be a good place to start.

Kaiser Wilhelm

Can we be certain of that, Kamerad Mark? Orders were being followed left, right and center, and all of them to the most nefarious of ends, during what seemed like the Everlasting Caligulan Interregnum, and yet only a handful of POTUS-enabling scofflaws have ever dallied with time in jail and even most of those semi-unfortunates were released pretty much forthwith courtesy of the intervention of said Orange Highness.

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Aydin Torun

From a business viewpoint the Mint’s aggregate total sales were a resounding success. From a numismatic perspective i.e. from a collector’s viewpoint, the precise supply meets demand equation of manufactured rarities, was an abject failure and a sure sign the hobby as a whole is an endangered species. In fact, the way the numismatic community chooses to observe the country’s 250 Anniversary in 2026 will be the surest indicator as to whether the hobby thrives and survives — or dies.

Kaiser Wilhelm

I won’t believe that coin collecting will ever disappear. The worst I can imagine is viewing our collections in darkened caves lit by lamps fueled with mastodon or mammoth dung.

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Kaiser Wilhelm

What I meant to say, Aydin, is that the U.S. Mint isn’t the sum of all American numismatics, and that not only can we get by in spite of the Mint’s shenanigans but perhaps doing so will even serve to strengthen our resolve as collectors.

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Bob

When you look at these numbers it’s pretty obvious why the web site crashes and burns during a high-demand event like the Morgan Dollar debacle. 350K of those in 15 minutes, about 30K everything else combined over 7 days. The site is sized for routine and not peak demand.

Chris

Be careful what you wish for. Whatever the mint does to address the problems with the site will almost certainly involve the use of a virtual waiting room, which will prove more frustrating to users than than the current roulette wheel we have now.

Kaiser Wilhelm

I’ll bet you don’t need to worry in that regard; the Mint isn’t about to fix anything.

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Kaiser Wilhelm

I actually don’t mind virtual waiting rooms, Chris, as long as they have lots of virtual hot coffee and a stack of virtual oatmeal cookies to pass the real time away.

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Will Watt

I feel that quantities of these 2021 dollars should have been limited so individuals like myself could have bought one or a set. Poor planning on the Mint’s part.

Kaiser Wilhelm

I doubt it was poor planning. I would say it was bad intent. This is what they wanted.

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Janne

I think when the little collector didn’t have a chance to get any of the coins. All the big dealers got them all

Tom

I don’t think this is a case of all big dealers getting them. If you look on e-bay, next to the sellers name is a number and a “star”. My understanding is this represents the number of items sold by a person. Most of those I have seen have been less than 100, so it appears a lot of small timers are selling reselling the coins. By the way, under search if you click on ‘advanced’ you can see how many items have been sold. for 2021 Morgan silver Dollar it is current around 1877. That count is number of… Read more »

Kaiser Wilhelm

You’re drawing a conclusion, Tom, from looking at a single example that is actually an outlier when it comes to who is doing the bulk of the reselling. Instead, check out the likes of Mike “Sold Out Limited Edition” Mezack, The Coin Vault, Apmex, JM Bullion, ModernCoinMart, SD Bullion, GovMint, Brooklyn Buyers Club and many others. Remember that there are 18 dealers alone who get to pick up a full ten percent of every sale before it even gets started. These purchasers, along with a the plethora of other big resellers, send both their bots and thousands of paid surrogate… Read more »

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Coinman

You are 100% correct Kaiser, except about Mike Mezack’s middle name which should be Chicken Little. The guy is shrill and a windbag. I don’t know how he can fool so many people every weekend.

Kaiser Wilhelm

To think, Coinman, that Mike “It’s very easy to fool a lot of people all the time” Mezack has been doing this sorry schtick of his for upwards of twenty years. I suppose there are indeed enough new suckers born every minute to keep his audience of lemmings well stocked.

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Kaiser Wilhelm

Here’s the Master Grifter in all his glory on the Happy Shyster Network.

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Mark D.

Freakin’ Commie oaks. Grrrrrr.

Kaiser Wilhelm

Well, that’s a relief, Mark. Per the Gospel of Mammoth your comment clears you of any and all P.C. inclinations and/or connections. Whew!

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Mark D.

It wasn’t nearly as bad when he was Lewis Revels’ (possibly not the most scrupulous numismatist himself) sidekick. My biggest complaint was they never mentioned (you’ll love this KW) that the 1915 Maria Theresa gold ducats they were hawking were, in fact, modern restrikes. Nonetheless, I cashed in/traded up on several coins I purchased from them and received a few thousands for what cost me a few hundred! Ahhh, the good ol’ 20th century when they didn’t cheat that much, and you only had to wait a year or so to compound value 5x, 10x, or more.

Kaiser Wilhelm

Holy Hula Hoop, Batman! It appears you were in fact able to turn their customary skullduggery around to your very best advantage. So now here’s the thing; while it’s long been clear to me that you are indeed quite the sharp and clever fellow, this elevates your operational aura to entirely new heights of imaginative clarity. And by the by, Maria Theresa gold that was in fact a restrike; you mean just like every single Maria Theresa Silver Thaler that comes down the pike this or any other day?

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Mark D.

Sure, I could tell it was a restrike from the TV images (i.e., it was obviously new). But they kept saying, “1915…,” which irritated me so much — especially after repeated requests to mention they were restrikes — so I boycotted HSN from that point through today (at least 30 years). The gold coins were quite large, but wafer thin, probably a quarter ounce or so. I acquired a half dozen for around a hundred each, sold them for about $4K at an Au high a few years later during the Bush Depression. I’ve always been lucky that way, often… Read more »

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Kaiser Wilhelm

Aren’t you the lucky little devil, Comrade Markovich, taking advantage of all these feeble capitalists and their silly ways and means. Truth be told my fortune has always gone in fast reverse, which is to say every time I came upon the golden opportunity to lose some money I did. I managed to sell my first coin collection at a seriously huge discount out of inexcusable foolishness and my second at a far, far bigger loss thanks to even more drastically worse bad judgment, and as to the once but no longer mine stellar stamp collection…well, my brother sold that… Read more »

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Mark D.

Other than boycotting HSN, meeting good people in scary places and weirdly winning door prizes and getting convenient parking spots, pretty much all of that was, let’s call it satire. I did have a single gold Ducat and made better than a hundred bucks on it, but missed the big jump by 3 days. Until quite recently, my collection consisted of pocket change finds and JFK halves my grand mother and her boarders gave me for saying, “Thank you,” in their language. The stock thing is entirely true, except for the part where I hold on at 25 cents (actually… Read more »

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Kaiser Wilhelm

One of my very favorite bands, The United States of America, had a song with the line “reality is only temporary” in it, and I have found that to be so very true, and have whether intentionally or otherwise pretty much always ended up living my life by it. It’s also my belief that no two people ever experience the exact same reality even within the realm of the exact same circumstances and likewise no two people have absolutely identical memories of even a completely in-common past. Further, referencing one of the best and most influential science-fiction (or any genre)… Read more »

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Daniel

My brain is too small to grasp the process of buying a coin from the US Mint, then selling that coin, 4 months before it has even been delivered.

PayPal protection lasts 90 days, as does your ability to downvote/comment on the seller … so your recourse should the product not get delivered isn’t a whole lot.

Kaiser Wilhelm

I’d venture a guess that this drill is so precarious that very few of us would even make an attempt to connect the dots as to what is actually going on here, Daniel. What I do know is I don’t want to have anything to do with it.

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Eddie Robertson

I’m a casual collector and got 2 cc’s on my phone whilst sitting in the parking lot of a Tractor Supply store within a few minutes. I was there to get some corn for the raccoons and squirrels. I was happy and so were my furry friends.

Kaiser Wilhelm

I really enjoy watching all the assorted fauna at work and play in my back yard. Nothing tickles my funny bone more every spring than seeing the baby chipmunks chasing each other around like a couple of little race cars!

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Lawrence Townsley

That’s not entirely correct. I am a”little collector”, but was fortunate to procure 5 of the O Morgans from the mint. I’ve been buying from them for the last 25 years and have had my good moments and frustrating ones as well. I personally enjoy the “chase” for the coins..they’re all the more sweeter when I can get them! kind of like life in a nutshell.

Kaiser Wilhelm

Lawrence and Eddie, it’s gratifying and uplifting to hear a couple of success stories for a change. While I still don’t have much faith in the Mint to speak of, I am happy to see that once in a while some folks are able to negotiate their way through the ordering labyrinth with an unquestionably positive outcome. Good for you guys!

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Lawrence Townsley

Kaiser Wilhelm, Love the Beatles insert…my all time favorite band! I do understand how frustrating it is to deal with the mint, they are after all a government entity. I have been kicked off and lost coin purchases like everyone else and it does sting. I do agree with you on having little faith in the Mint, or any government agency in general. Now I’m going to make a martini and join the lads!

Kaiser Wilhelm

My pleasure, Lawrence; the Beatles are one of a kind for sure. They are to lyrical melodic rock what the Rolling Stones are to good hard driving rock and Bob Dylan is to intricately poetic rock. Each one is without question the master of their special niche. I’ve also been shut out by the Mint more times than I care to count, and increasingly so of late; it’s definitely gotten worse rather than better. I absolutely refuse to subsequently buy coins at many times their original price from profiteering resellers as a matter of principle. I don’t want to have… Read more »

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Lawrence

Kaiser, I do so miss the 60’s era music! Don’t forget about bands like Zeppelin, The Who, and the Eagles… to name just a few. I really don’t get the new generic “music” put out today, I’m not even going to talk about rap. I agree about refusing to pay ridiculous prices for scalpers.I like to collect precious metal coins over time as a hedge against inflation. But things are a bit expensive today. Take silver at 27.88/ounce, would you pay a 9.99 premium on top to buy each ASE coin?If you want to buy a green monster box, the… Read more »

Kaiser Wilhelm

Lawrence, I am so in tune with that sentiment of yours; no music since has come anywhere close to that of the ’60’s era. The Beach Boys, Beatles, Kinks, Doors, Yardbirds, Jefferson Airplane, Canned Heat, Stones, Cream, Traffic, CSNY, Moody Blues, Who, Sly Stone, Hendrix, Joplin, Zeppelin, Allmans, Chicago, ELO, Love, Cars, J. Geils and countless more. And how about Woodstock and Monterey Pop. I don’t buy from anywhere but the Mint, much as it really pains me to have to say that these days. I collect strictly numismatic coinage so my current premium is around $50 each over melt… Read more »

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James Carter

Sales Sales should be limited to one per household. Give more people to have a chance for a coin.

delihle

I agree! Totally!

Kaiser Wilhelm

A multiple amen to that!

Chas. Barber

One, but but, but I need 10, or I need 8, so many FOSheet folks, limit it to TWO for 2 days, end of problem. AND DON’T PUT 2 up for sale TE SAME DAY & SAME TIME< what maroon thought that up oh the same with the V75 bullsheet

Kaiser Wilhelm

That’s a great point about not selling two different coins on the same day at the same time, Chas, because it makes an already frustrating situation much more so. In regard to the first day household limit I’m holding out for setting it at ONE ONLY rather than two simply because that decision by itself DOUBLES the number of collectors who have a chance of getting one.

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Ken

The purpose of the Mint is to provide a monopoly for large coin dealers so they can jack up the premiums. It’s the same business model used by Ticketmaster for hit shows and concerts. Buy all the tickets in the first few seconds, then add 300% to the price.

Kaiser Wilhelm

You hit the nail on the very center of the head with that analysis and comparison, Ken!

William c king

Yes those Morgan dollars we called 10 minutes before 12 was on the line for over 3 hours waiting and they said you didn’t have anything I don’t know what’s happening with the mint but they’re not like what they used to be I bought a coin service since I was 16 years old now it’s hard to even get through to buy the coin

Kaiser Wilhelm

As Bob Dylan sang in one of his most unforgettable songs, “I used to care, but things have changed.” That is the way I would describe the present day attitude of the Mint.

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Joe Correia

Will not buy anything from the mint again

Kaiser Wilhelm

Can’t blame you. It appears that more and more of us collectors are feeling that way.

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Kaiser Wilhelm

I must admit that no matter how many times I swear to forgo any more Mint buys, when I see what new coins will be coming out I weaken and prepare to order.

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Mark D.

Here’s what’s next from the Mint.

Hole-e-smoke!

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Kaiser Wilhelm

I bet they double the price due to the missing silver being an “artistic enhancement.”

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Mark D.

Koko the gorilla who learned sign language noticed shiny objects on her tutor’s ears and thusly was introduced to the word, “earring.”

Months later Koko saw the tutor’s bracelet and asked, “wrist ring?”

Similarly, as a fellow primate, I look at the Mint and find myself asking, “crater ring?”

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Kaiser Wilhelm

If “pro” is the opposite of “con”, what is the opposite of “progress”?

If there is a 50-50 chance of something going wrong, then 9 times out of 10 it will.

Paul Harvey

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Kaiser Wilhelm

Pre-ordered the Household Order Limit of 25 of those. Ideal for small party favors.

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Kaiser Wilhelm

As a perhaps unexpected but quite possibly not all that surprising bit of info, it appears that the Mint might have to postpone the pre-sale of the next four silver dollar coins of the 100th Anniversary Morgan and Peace series until sometime next year. The bungling abides.

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domenic

Sadly, looks like this is the year the US MINT finally crashed and burned. Hopefully they can rebuild the website to manage its traffic flow finally.

Kaiser Wilhelm

The latest memo from the folks at our favorite Mint reveals they can use a proviso attached to their program of minting the remaining 100th anniversary silver dollars (three Morgan Dollars and one Peace Dollar) which permits them to delay manufacture of same until 2022 or beyond. It’s another fine mess you’ve gotten us into, Ollie.

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sam tweedy

Too many old ladies and not enough privies for them to fall off !!!!!!!! OH Well????

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Only here on Coin News of course !!!!!!!! lol

Kaiser Wilhelm

Clearly you alone are privy to the privy mark quarter that was lost in the privy.

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Kaiser Wilhelm

If you fall off the privy you might find the privy coin whose scarcity you are privy to.

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Larry T

Folks, It looks like the Mint has listened to us..limiting the purchase to 3 coins for the Morgan’s on August 3rd. Better chance for all of us!

Kaiser Wilhelm

Now see, this is where my “greed” kicks in as far as the odds of getting just one coin. I figure with 3 the chances are better than with 10 but with 1 the odds are three times better than even that, so why not go all the way. Hooahhh!

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Larry T

I’d be happy with one coin to be honest, but I have to deal with the hand I’m dealt, not the hand I want. I was just surprised they reduced the total to three. I’ve never seen a need to place an order for 25 coins. I’m just glad more folks will have a chance and that includes me.