US Mint Sales: 2022 Proof Set Tops 300,000

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This CoinNews photo shows a U.S. Mint 2022 Proof Set
This CoinNews photo shows a U.S. Mint 2022 Proof Set

For a third straight weekly reporting period, the same two numismatic products ranked first and second in U.S. Mint weekly sales. The clad 2020 Proof Set placed first, rising 7,701 to 307,382, and the 2022 Silver Proof Set scored second, climbing 2,564 to 184,180.

The sales volumes of leading products were strong with 6 advancing by more than 1,000 units compared to 4 in the prior report.

Lastly, and in recapping sales since its July 12 release given comments about its packaging, the uncirculated 2022 Mint set logged sales of 164,710 during its opening six days — the second-best start among sets released in the last decade and compared to 153,895 for the 2021-dated set over the same period. It than 10,000, dropped 6,453 in its first full week of sales, rebounded 3,012 through its second complete week, and most recently rose 2,092 for a total of 163,361 in 27 days. Last year’s set had 27-day sales of 164,759.

Weekly U.S. Mint Top Sellers

Here’s the listing of the U.S. Mint’s most popular numismatic products for the week ending Aug. 7:

  1. 2022 Proof Set (+7,701 to 307,382)
  2. 2022 Silver Proof Set (+2,564 to 184,180)
  3. 2022-W Uncirculated Silver Eagle (+2,247 to 154,368)
  4. 2022 Mint Set (+2,092 to 163,361)
  5. 2018-W $10 American Liberty Gold Coin (+1,057 to 50,648)
  6. 2017-W $100 American Liberty Gold Coin (+1,004 to 36,911)
  7. 2022 American Innovation Dollar Proof Set (+512 to 61,889)
  8. 2022-W Proof Purple Heart Silver Dollar (+501 to 44,405)
  9. 2021 Proof Set (+497 to 505,552)
  10. 2021 Mint Set (+283 to 209,798)

In its latest report, the U.S. Mint published sales data for 248 numismatic products. Fifty-five outperformed their prior weekly gains against 68 previously. In addition, 9 of the Mint’s products registered negative weekly sales compared to 12 in the last sales report. All the reductions were modest, with the largest two both being 7.

US Mint Sales: Numismatic Products

Below are tables showing the latest available sales for U.S. Mint numismatic products. The sales period covers from Aug. 1 to 7. Products with an asterisk (*) are no longer available or had no reported sales.

Morgan and Peace Silver Dollars

Old
Sales
Latest
Sales
Gain/
Loss
%
Increase
2021 Morgan Silver Dollar with CC Privy Mark* 173,787 173,787
2021 Morgan Silver Dollar with O Privy Mark* 173,540 173,540
2021-D Morgan Silver Dollar* 174,662 174,661 -1 0.00%
2021-S Morgan Silver Dollar* 174,851 174,850 -1 0.00%
2021 Morgan Silver Dollar (P)* 174,500 174,500
2021 Peace Silver Dollar (P)* 199,546 199,546

2022 National Purple Heart Hall of Honor Commemorative Coins

Old
Sales
Latest
Sales
Gain/
Loss
%
Increase
2022-W Purple Heart Colorized Silver Dollar 24,450 24,443 -7 -0.03%
2022-W Proof $5 Gold Coin 2,472 2,496 24 0.97%
2022-W Uncirculated $5 Gold Coin 1,394 1,412 18 1.29%
2022-W Proof Silver Dollar 43,904 44,405 501 1.14%
2022-W Uncirculated Silver Dollar 13,173 13,322 149 1.13%
2022-S Proof Half Dollar 20,544 20,823 279 1.36%
2022-D Uncirculated Half Dollar 12,090 12,173 83 0.69%
2022 Three-Coin Proof Set 4,661 4,753 92 1.97%

2022 Negro Leagues Baseball Commemorative Coins

Old
Sales
Latest
Sales
Gain/
Loss
%
Increase
2022-W Proof $5 Gold Coin 1,399 1,401 2 0.14%
2022-W Uncirculated $5 Gold Coin 1,220 1,224 4 0.33%
2022-P Proof Silver Dollar with Privy Mark 18,294 18,398 104 0.57%
2022-P Proof Silver Dollar 20,420 20,526 106 0.52%
2022-P Uncirculated Silver Dollar 7,706 7,737 31 0.40%
2022-S Proof Half Dollar 17,279 17,358 79 0.46%
2022-D Uncirculated Half Dollar 8,947 8,972 25 0.28%
2022 Three-Coin Proof Set 3,564 3,578 14 0.39%
2022 Silver Dollar & Medal Set 10,634 10,630 -4 -0.04%

2021 Christa McAuliffe Silver Dollars

Old
Sales
Latest
Sales
Gain/
Loss
%
Increase
2021-P Proof Silver Dollar* 54,222 54,222
2021-P Uncirculated Silver Dollar* 16,025 16,025

2021 National Law Enforcement Memorial and Museum Commemorative Coins

Old
Sales
Latest
Sales
Gain/
Loss
%
Increase
2021-W Proof $5 Gold Coin* 1,473 1,473
2021-W Uncirculated $5 Gold Coin* 1,753 1,753
2021-P Proof Silver Dollar* 29,701 29,701
2021-P Uncirculated Silver Dollar* 9,422 9,422
2021-S Proof Half Dollar* 23,307 23,307
2021-D Uncirculated Half Dollar* 10,171 10,171
2021 Three-Coin Proof Set* 4,391 4,391

Armed Forces Silver Medals

Old
Sales
Latest
Sales
Gain/
Loss
%
Increase
U.S. Marine Corps 2.5 Ounce Silver Medal 9,440 9,440
U.S. Navy 2.5 Ounce Silver Medal 9,977 9,977
U.S. Coast Guard 2.5 Ounce Silver Medal 9,848 9,848
U.S. Air Force 2.5 Ounce Silver Medal 9,902 9,902

American Liberty Products

Old
Sales
Latest
Sales
Gain/
Loss
%
Increase
2021-W $100 American Liberty Gold Coin 12,470 12,470
2019-W $100 American Liberty Gold Coin 24,609 24,609
2019-P American Liberty Silver Medal 44,928 44,928
2018-W $10 American Liberty Gold Coin 49,591 50,648 1,057 2.13%
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 35,907 36,911 1,004 2.80%
2017-P Proof American Liberty Silver Medal* 55,187 55,187

Clad Proof Sets

Old
Sales
Latest
Sales
Gain/
Loss
%
Increase
2022 Proof Set 299,681 307,382 7,701 2.57%
2021 Proof Set 505,055 505,552 497 0.10%
2020 Proof Set* 464,658 464,658
2019 Proof Set* 600,423 600,423
2018 Proof Set* 517,081 517,081
2017 Proof Set* 568,678 568,678
2022 American Innovation Dollars Proof Set 61,377 61,889 512 0.83%
2021 American Innovation Dollars Proof Set 80,273 80,367 94 0.12%
2020 American Innovation Dollars Proof Set 106,677 106,678 1 0.00%
2019 American Innovation Dollars Proof Set 142,666 142,739 73 0.05%
2022 American Women Quarters Proof Set 42,513 42,513
2020 America the Beautiful Quarters Proof Set 64,242 64,242
2019 America the Beautiful Quarters Proof Set 80,442 80,494 52 0.06%
2018 America the Beautiful Quarters Proof Set* 86,697 86,697
2021 Happy Birthday Gift Set* 16,984 16,984
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* 29,789 29,789
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
2022 Silver Proof Set 181,616 184,180 2,564 1.41%
2021 Silver Proof Set 288,718 288,970 252 0.09%
2020 Silver Proof Set* 313,183 313,183
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
2022 American Women Quarters Silver Proof Set 56,754 56,753 -1 0.00%
2020 America the Beautiful Quarters Silver Proof Set* 64,012 64,012
2019 America the Beautiful Quarters Silver Proof Set* 78,585 78,585
2018 America the Beautiful Quarters Silver Proof Set* 79,301 79,301
2022 Congratulations Gift Set 29,561 29,555 -6 -0.02%
2021 Congratulations Gift Set* 39,997 39,997
2020 Congratulations Gift Set* 24,443 24,443
2019 Congratulations Gift Set* 31,638 31,638
2021 Limited Edition Silver Proof Set 48,566 48,571 5 0.01%
2020 Limited Edition Silver Proof Set* 49,995 49,995
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
2022 Uncirculated Mint Set 161,269 163,361 2,092 1.30%
2021 Uncirculated Mint Set 209,515 209,798 283 0.14%
2020 Uncirculated Mint Set* 211,787 211,787
2019 Uncirculated Mint Set* 346,117 346,117
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 21,118 21,200 82 0.39%
2019 Explore and Discover Coin Set 39,627 39,646 19 0.05%
2019 Rocketship* 49,921 49,921
2014 Coin Discovery Set* 13,151 13,151

Ornaments

Old
Sales
Latest
Sales
Gain/
Loss
%
Increase
2021 Mighty Minters Ornament 4,821 4,821
2021 U.S. Mint Ornament 7,229 7,231 2 0.03%
2020 Mighty Minters Ornament 4,204 4,211 7 0.17%
2020 U.S. Mint Ornament 6,094 6,095 1 0.02%
2019 Mighty Minters Ornament 6,728 6,730 2 0.03%
2019 U.S. Mint Ornament 11,205 11,207 2 0.02%

Proof & Reverse Proof Silver Eagles

Old
Sales
Latest
Sales
Gain/
Loss
%
Increase
2022-W Proof Silver Eagle 492,169 492,162 -7 0.00%
2022-W Proof Silver Eagle (Bulk – 40 Coins) 3,590 3,620 30 0.84%
2021 Reverse Proof American Silver Eagle Two-Coin Set* 124,822 124,822
2021-S Proof Silver Eagle, Type 2* 199,483 199,483
2021-S Proof Silver Eagle, Type 2 (Bulk – 40 Coins)* 645 645
2021-W Proof Silver Eagle, Type 2* 299,573 299,573
2021-W Proof Silver Eagle, Type 2 (Bulk – 40 Coins)* 2,142 2,142
2021-W Proof Silver Eagle, Type 1* 299,829 299,829
2021-W Proof Silver Eagle, Type 1 (Bulk – 40 Coins)* 686 686
2020-W End of WWII Proof Silver Eagle* 74,709 74,709
2020-W Proof Silver Eagle* 357,110 357,110
2020-W Proof Silver Eagle (Bulk – 40 Coins)* 600 600
2020-S Proof Silver Eagle* 191,259 191,259
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* 146,799 146,799
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
2022 152,121 154,368 2,247 1.48%
2022 Bulk 40 979 979
2021* 174,316 174,323 7 0.00%
2021 Bulk 40* 324 324
2020* 154,261 154,261
2020 Bulk 40* 15 15
2019* 138,390 138,390
2019 Bulk 40* 66 66

2022 Proof American Eagle Gold Coins

Old
Sales
Latest
Sales
Gain/
Loss
%
Increase
1 oz 5,881 5,881
1/2 oz 1,959 1,959
1/4 oz 4,380 4,380
1/10 oz 13,553 13,554 1 0.01%
4-Coin Set 9,059 9,100 41 0.45%

2021 Proof American Eagle Gold Coins

Old
Sales
Latest
Sales
Gain/
Loss
%
Increase
1/10 oz Two-Coin Proof Set* 4,985 4,985
1 oz (Type 2)* 5,553 5,553
1/2 oz (Type 2)* 1,986 1,986
1/4 oz (Type 2)* 3,335 3,336 1 0.03%
1/10 oz (Type 2) 9,839 9,839
4-Coin Set (Type 2)* 10,188 10,188
1 oz (Type 1)* 4,435 4,435
1/2 oz (Type 1)* 1,589 1,589
1/4 oz (Type 1)* 2,687 2,687
1/10 oz (Type 1)* 7,971 7,971
4-Coin Set (Type 1)* 8,176 8,176

Uncirculated American Eagle Gold Coins

Old
Sales
Latest
Sales
Gain/
Loss
%
Increase
2022 5,848 5,899 51 0.87%
2021* 8,914 8,914
2020* 6,284 6,284
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
2022 Proof Gold Buffalo 14,650 14,787 137 0.94%
2021 Proof Gold Buffalo 16,958 16,958
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
2022 8,706 8,726 20 0.23%
2021 9,878 9,878
2020 9,731 9,732 1 0.01%
2019 11,268 11,268
2018 15,572 15,569 -3 -0.02%
2017* 8,890 8,890

American Palladium Eagle

Old
Sales
Latest
Sales
Gain/
Loss
%
Increase
2021-W Proof 5,169 5,169
2020-W Uncirculated 9,741 9,740 -1 -0.01%
2019-W Reverse Proof 18,772 18,772
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* 2,896 2,896
2020-W Uncirculated Barbara Bush First Spouse Gold Coin* 1,933 1,933

America the Beautiful 5 Oz Silver Coins

  Old
Sales
Latest
Sales
Gain/
Loss
%
Increase
2021-P Tuskegee Airmen Silver Uncirculated Coin 19,815 19,815
2020-P Tallgrass Prairie Silver Uncirculated Coin* 13,613 13,613
2020-P Marsh-Billings-Rockefeller Silver Uncirculated Coin 13,544 13,544
2020-P Salt River Bay Silver Uncirculated Coin* 13,566 13,566
2020-P Weir Farm Silver Uncirculated Coin* 15,326 15,326
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
2022 Zachary Taylor Presidential Silver Medal 11,988 12,016 28 0.23%
2022 James Knox Polk Presidential Silver Medal 12,356 12,385 29 0.23%
2021 John Tyler Presidential Silver Medal 12,960 12,982 22 0.17%
2021 William Henry Harrison Presidential Silver Medal 12,911 12,925 14 0.11%
2021 Martin Van Buren Presidential Silver Medal 13,087 13,101 14 0.11%
2020 Andrew Jackson Presidential Silver Medal 15,709 15,721 12 0.08%
2019 John Quincy Adams Presidential Silver Medal 14,080 14,091 11 0.08%
2019 James Monroe Presidential Silver Medal 14,616 14,623 7 0.05%
2019 James Madison Presidential Silver Medal 15,947 15,965 18 0.11%
2019 Thomas Jefferson Presidential Silver Medal 22,580 22,592 12 0.05%
2018 George Washington Presidential Silver Medal 32,430 32,454 24 0.07%
2018 John Adams Presidential Silver Medal 22,619 22,627 8 0.04%

American Innovation Reverse Proof Sets

Old
Sales
Latest
Sales
Gain/
Loss
%
Increase
2021 49,295 49,299 4 0.01%

2022 American Innovation Dollars – Kentucky

Old
Sales
Latest
Sales
Gain/
Loss
%
Increase
25-coin roll set (P) 6,524 6,562 38 0.58%
25-coin roll set (D) 6,042 6,110 68 1.13%
100-coin bag (P) 1,993 2,016 23 1.15%
100-coin bag (D) 2,246 2,275 29 1.29%

2022 American Innovation Dollars – Vermont

Old
Sales
Latest
Sales
Gain/
Loss
%
Increase
25-coin roll set (P) 6,992 6,992
25-coin roll set (D) 6,984 6,984
100-coin bag (P) 2,657 2,671 14 0.53%
100-coin bag (D) 2,651 2,663 12 0.45%

2022 American Innovation Dollars – Rhode Island

Old
Sales
Latest
Sales
Gain/
Loss
%
Increase
25-coin roll set (P) 6,989 6,989
25-coin roll set (D) 6,987 6,987
100-coin bag (P) 2,780 2,780
100-coin bag (D) 2,774 2,775 1 0.04%

2021 American Innovation Dollars – North Carolina

Old
Sales
Latest
Sales
Gain/
Loss
%
Increase
25-coin roll set (P) 6,985 6,985
25-coin roll set (D) 6,999 6,999
100-coin bag (P) 2,785 2,785
100-coin bag (D) 2,787 2,787

2021 American Innovation Dollars – New York

Old
Sales
Latest
Sales
Gain/
Loss
%
Increase
25-coin roll set (P) 6,986 6,986
25-coin roll set (D) 6,978 6,978
100-coin bag (P) 2,766 2,766
100-coin bag (D) 2,764 2,764

2021 American Innovation Dollars – Virginia

Old
Sales
Latest
Sales
Gain/
Loss
%
Increase
25-coin roll set (P) 6,983 6,983
25-coin roll set (D) 6,969 6,969
100-coin bag (P) 2,795 2,795
100-coin bag (D) 2,778 2,778

2021 American Innovation Dollars – New Hampshire

Old
Sales
Latest
Sales
Gain/
Loss
%
Increase
25-coin roll set (P) 6,997 6,997
25-coin roll set (D) 7,004 7,004
100-coin bag (P) 2,789 2,789
100-coin bag (D) 2,787 2,787

2020 American Innovation Dollars – South Carolina

Old
Sales
Latest
Sales
Gain/
Loss
%
Increase
Reverse Proof (S) 39,128 39,159 31 0.08%
25-coin roll set (P) 6,378 6,378
25-coin roll set (D) 6,399 6,399
100-coin bag (P) 2,734 2,734
100-coin bag (D) 2,378 2,378

2020 American Innovation Dollars – Maryland

Old
Sales
Latest
Sales
Gain/
Loss
%
Increase
Reverse Proof (S) 48,251 48,324 73 0.15%
25-coin roll set (P) 6,493 6,493
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) 45,765 45,800 35 0.08%
25-coin roll set (P) 6,486 6,486
25-coin roll set (D) 6,481 6,481
100-coin bag (P) 2,746 2,746
100-coin bag (D) 2,744 2,744

2020 American Innovation Dollars – Connecticut

Old
Sales
Latest
Sales
Gain/
Loss
%
Increase
Reverse Proof (S) 45,376 45,407 31 0.07%
25-coin roll set (P) 6,496 6,496
25-coin roll set (D) 6,425 6,425
100-coin bag (P) 2,736 2,736
100-coin bag (D) 2,747 2,747

2019 American Innovation Dollars – Georgia

Old
Sales
Latest
Sales
Gain/
Loss
%
Increase
Reverse Proof (S) 45,408 45,435 27 0.06%
25-coin roll set (P) 7,393 7,401 8 0.11%
25-coin roll set (D) 6,923 6,928 5 0.07%
100-coin bag (P) 3,104 3,107 3 0.10%
100-coin bag (D) 3,011 3,011

2019 American Innovation Dollars – New Jersey

Old
Sales
Latest
Sales
Gain/
Loss
%
Increase
Reverse Proof (S) 48,687 48,709 22 0.05%
25-coin roll set (P) 8,101 8,110 9 0.11%
25-coin roll set (D) 7,314 7,329 15 0.21%
100-coin bag (P) 3,443 3,450 7 0.20%
100-coin bag (D) 3,148 3,152 4 0.13%

2019 American Innovation Dollars – Pennsylvania

Old
Sales
Latest
Sales
Gain/
Loss
%
Increase
Reverse Proof (S) 53,161 53,186 25 0.05%
25-coin roll set (P) 9,125 9,136 11 0.12%
25-coin roll set (D) 7,745 7,750 5 0.06%
100-coin bag (P) 2,949 2,956 7 0.24%
100-coin bag (D) 2,694 2,694

2019 American Innovation Dollars – Delaware

Old
Sales
Latest
Sales
Gain/
Loss
%
Increase
Reverse Proof (S) 68,433 68,454 21 0.03%
25-coin roll set (P) 8,408 8,413 5 0.06%
25-coin roll set (D) 7,789 7,801 12 0.15%
100-coin bag (P) 2,920 2,922 2 0.07%
100-coin bag (D) 3,115 3,115

2018 American Innovation Dollars

Old
Sales
Latest
Sales
Gain/
Loss
%
Increase
Reverse Proof (S)* 74,720 74,720
Proof Coin (S) 248,296 248,372 76 0.03%
25-coin roll set (P) 20,817 20,837 20 0.10%
25-coin roll set (D) 23,913 23,924 11 0.05%
100-coin bag (P)* 2,935 2,935
100-coin bag (D)* 2,954 2,954

George H.W. Bush Coin & Chronicles Set

Old
Sales
Latest
Sales
Gain/
Loss
%
Increase
$1 Coin & Set 10,302 10,341 39 0.38%

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) 22,382 22,471 89 0.40%
25-coin roll (D) 19,457 19,541 84 0.43%
100-coin bag (P) 2,695 2,695
100-coin bag (D) 2,098 2,098
250-coin bag (P) 2,248 2,256 8 0.36%
250-coin bag (D) 3,762 3,764 2 0.05%

Native American Dollar Rolls

Old
Sales
Latest
Sales
Gain/
Loss
%
Increase
2022-P Native American $1 25 Coin Roll 13,904 13,906 2 0.01%
2022-D Native American $1 25 Coin Roll 12,058 12,172 114 0.95%
2022-P Native American $1 100-Coin Bag 1,017 1,025 8 0.79%
2022-D Native American $1 100-Coin Bag 1,362 1,375 13 0.95%
2022-P Native American $1 250-Coin Box 1,694 1,694
2022-D Native American $1 250-Coin Box 1,697 1,697
2021-P Native American $1 25 Coin Roll 15,975 15,975
2021-D Native American $1 25 Coin Roll 14,967 14,967
2021-P Native American $1 100-Coin Bag 1,704 1,704
2021-D Native American $1 100-Coin Bag 1,618 1,618
2021-P Native American $1 250-Coin Box 1,789 1,789
2021-D Native American $1 250-Coin Box 1,795 1,795
2020-dated 25-coin roll set (P) 17,353 17,353
2020-dated 25-coin roll set (D) 16,030 16,030
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) 1,888 1,888
2020-dated 250-coin box (D) 1,956 1,956
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
2022-dated 200-coin bag (P&D) 10,435 10,518 83 0.80%
2022-dated 2-roll set (P&D) 21,893 21,893
2021-dated 200-coin bag (P&D) 9,968 9,968
2021-dated 2-roll set (P&D) 21,953 21,953
2020-dated 200-coin bag (P&D) 11,776 11,776
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

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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

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Tuskegee Airmen* 15,472 15,472
Tallgrass Prairie * 15,392 15,392
Marsh-Billings-Rockefeller* 15,349 15,349
Salt River Bay* 15,387 15,387
Weir Farm* 15,409 15,409
National Park of American Samoa* 15,385 15,385
River of No Return 15,255 15,288 33 0.22%
San Antonio Missions* 15,394 15,394
War in Pacific* 15,419 15,419
American Memorial Park* 15,415 15,415
Lowell* 15,423 15,423
Block Island 15,418 15,418
Cumberland Island 15,410 15,410
Voyageurs* 15,266 15,266
Apostle Islands* 15,241 15,241
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

2022 Wilma Mankiller Quarters

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Three-Roll Set 7,596 7,596
100-Coin Bag (P) 1,824 1,824
100-Coin Bag (D) 1,807 1,807
Two-Roll Set 5,865 5,866 1 0.02%

2022 Dr. Sally Ride Quarters

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Three-Roll Set 7,556 7,556
100-Coin Bag (P) 1,823 1,823
100-Coin Bag (D) 1,836 1,836
Two-Roll Set 5,781 5,781

2022 Maya Angelou Quarters

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Three-Roll Set 7,572 7,572
100-Coin Bag (P) 1,838 1,838
100-Coin Bag (D) 1,840 1,840
Two-Roll Set 5,928 5,928

2021 Tuskegee Airmen Quarters

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100-Coin Bag (S) 4,031 4,031
40-Coin Roll (S) 3,358 3,358
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 5,374 5,374

2020 Tallgrass Prairie Quarters

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100-Coin Bag (S)* 4,193 4,193
40-Coin Roll (S) 3,993 3,993
Three-Roll Set 8,930 8,930
100-Coin Bag (P)* 2,499 2,499
100-Coin Bag (D)* 2,478 2,478
Two-Roll Set 6,958 6,958

2020 Marsh-Billings-Rockefeller Quarters

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100-Coin Bag (S)* 4,183 4,183
40-Coin Roll (S) 3,961 3,961
Three-Roll Set* 8,834 8,834
100-Coin Bag (P)* 2,415 2,415
100-Coin Bag (D)* 2,331 2,331
Two-Roll Set 6,475 6,486 11 0.17%

2020 Salt River Bay Quarters

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100-Coin Bag (S)* 4,156 4,156
40-Coin Roll (S)* 4,005 4,005
Three-Roll Set 8,969 8,969
100-Coin Bag (P)* 2,488 2,488
100-Coin Bag (D)* 2,422 2,422
Two-Roll Set 6,639 6,646 7 0.11%

2020 Weir Farm Quarters

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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 6,963 6,963

2020 National Park of American Samoa Quarters

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100-Coin Bag (S)* 4,236 4,236
40-Coin Roll (S)* 3,974 3,974
Three-Roll Set* 8,930 8,930
100-Coin Bag (P)* 2,456 2,456
100-Coin Bag (D)* 2,480 2,480
Two-Roll Set* 6,991 6,991
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Antonio

I have everything I want, I’m done for the year. At least it hasn’t been as hectic as last year. Mind you, there was a new reverse for the ASE and AGE series, as well as the original reverse. One also can’t forget the Morgan and Peace centennial dollars.

Larry

Same here Antonio. I’ll be looking forward to picking up a couple of the Morgans and Peace dollars next year.I have to say there has been nothing offered this year that really got me excited.I guess I’m not awake. Maybe the mint has a surprise item that will be released in the Fall. I doubt it, but let’s keep hope alive.

Antonio

Yes, after the mint dropped the proof Morgan and Peace dollars, the excitement deflated. It’s possible they’ll change their decision but I doubt it. Sad.

Kaiser Wilhelm

I think that ship has sailed, Antonio; all I see now is smoke over the horizon.

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Kaiser Wilhelm

Not being awake: easiest to solve of coin buying issues. Lots of strong coffee.

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Kaiser Wilhelm

Hope, second only to love, is an emotion whose importance can’t be stressed enough. Many thanks for bringing that up, Larry.

REB

I have but one left – the “Mercury” palladium. That could change with something new and different in the limited edition silver set. But I suspect we will have seen all the coins in that set before.

Antonio

That’s a little beyond what I’m willing to pay for a coin. I haven’t bought a gold coin from the mint since 2006.

Kaiser Wilhelm

Antonio,

I’m with you there. Pretty as they are, Gold & Palladium are too pricey.

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Larry

It really does get pricey when the mint adds $1000 plus to the spot price of the precious metal in the coin. I’d like to get one of the palladium coins, but can’t justify the price.The obverse and reverse are two of my favourite designs. It’s a shame but such is life.

Kaiser Wilhelm

Those palladium coins are indeed beautiful specimens, but due to their very high cost will for the foreseeable future have to remain among the dreams rather than the possessions of this particular coin collector.

Kaiser Wilhelm

You’ve got yourself a bonus twofer in this thread, Larry. First bringing up the significance of hope and now putting forth the necessity for accepting things as they are as opposed to how we might prefer them to be. Congrats and kudos on that sage “daily double”!

Jeff Legan

2009 for me. The one and only time.

REB

Understood. My quirk in collecting is proof coins. I guess from my early childhood I always thought proofs were more “special” than other coins. Starting in the 80’s I started collecting any precious metal proofs from my birth year on. The proof was always more expensive than the uncirculated counterpart. However, the uncirculated usually had lower mintages and higher long-term potential. I probably would have been better off from an investment perspective to collect uncirculated coins but I’ve always thought that the proof is a prettier coin. So, here I am with very few uncirculated coins looking forward to my… Read more »

Jeff Legan

I also prefer and collect proofs. Was just ASEs, soon it will be Morgan’s and Peace Dollars as well. I am really leaning to dropping the ASEs and just collecting the others, though I might consider dropping the Morgan’s eventually too. I always did like the Peace Dollars. I collected coins as a child but dropped out in the 70s and did not come back until maybe 2006 or so, when I had extra cash and thought I should have some silver dollars in the house, like my grandparents used to have in theirs. It is amazing to me how… Read more »

REB

My grandfather gave me a 1923 Peace Dollar when I was a little kid. I still have it. I think about him when I look at it. He was 17 when the coin was minted.

I understand Roman/ancient coins are fairly affordable to collect. Very cool story about the Denarius coins. I’m envious.

Jeff Legan

My grandparents only had 1 Peace Dollar (1926), the rest were Morgan’s. If I could ever afford one, the ultimate for me would be a Roman gold coin. Few average citizens even saw a gold coin, so imagine the rich and powerful person (possibly even famous) who once held that very coin in their hand.

Kaiser Wilhelm

Jeff,

I only have one Morgan and zero Peace Dollars so next year’s Mint offerings will fill a long-time void in my collection. I decided back when I started my second (current) collection to buy only the latest modern coinage, so I’ve never gone back in time regarding my acquisitions.

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Kaiser Wilhelm

I guess I must be a little bit older than you, REB. By 1923 my maternal grandfather was already back in Vienna after spending five years in a Siberian POW labor camp. He didn’t bring back any Rubles but his return was incomparably more valuable.

Larry

Jeff,

I might just collect the Morgan and Peace dollars as well. I like the obverse of the ASE but the reverse just doesn’t impress me. I guess I’m just a sucker for the classics! Of course, if the mint offers a special low minted ASE, I’ll be banging away for it.

Kaiser Wilhelm

Larry,

The “new” reverse of the ASE is in deed a bit of a so so proposition. One would think that with such a momentous change in mind the Mint could have come up with something a bit more impressive.

Kaiser Wilhelm

REB,

I’m somewhat torn when it comes to deciding between Proof and Uncirculated coins. What the Proof have going for them is the incredible combination and contrast of beautiful frosting and unique shininess they exhibit. Uncirculated coins, on the other hand, tend to look a lot more like “real”, i.e. circulating coinage, a trait I like. Also, their mintages are ordinarily much lower than those of the Proofs, which happens to be another added attraction for me.

Larry

I bought 5 of the 2006 buffalo’s and they were $800 a coin. Back then gold was selling for $600 plus, so the premium paid to the mint was less than $200. I didn’t mind paying that for the proof coins. Now they’re just too damn greedy.

Kaiser Wilhelm

Larry,

Just for the pure fun of it I calculated the Mint price of that 2006 Buffalo with the 2022 inflation adjustment in mind; it now comes to a $1176 sales price with a Mint premium equivalent of $294.

Perhaps it won’t be too long before we have to lop off a zero or two Mexican style to bring the once proud American Dollar back up to some semblance of reasonable value and consequent buying power.

Jeff Legan

Hi Kaiser Wilhelm, I was just thinking recently about how to increase the buying power of the dollar. In stocks, when they want to increase the value of each share, they do buy backs to reduce the quantity of shares, which increases the value of each remaining share. I was wondering if something along those lines could be done with our money, too. What is the effect if the government would pull x percent of dollars from circulation tomorrow?. Would it increase the value of each remaining dollar like a stock? I was also thinking if we were still tied… Read more »

Kaiser Wilhelm

Jeff Legan,

As I am no more schooled in economics than you apparently are, I can only offer suppositions. My guess would be that Part 1 of your “plan” might actually have considerable if not in fact total dependence on Part 2. In other words, only if our dollar was back on the gold standard would it matter how many paper dollars were in circulation since if their individual value wasn’t concrete then it wouldn’t matter how many notes were in circulation at any given time.

Jeff Legan

I don’t know, isn’t this simply a supply and demand kind of thing? I would imagine the demand would remain the same, but the supply would go down. Doesn’t that make the value go up even if there is nothing behind it? I would say, like Bitcoin is doing (of which I only know the most basic stuff) when it goes up? Nothing backs that stuff up that I can tell, it is just demand. We need some Economist knowledge. The reason I ask is because when I was thinking about this recently, I was thinking if I had seen… Read more »

Kaiser Wilhelm

That is an excellent question, Jeff, and as I previously prefaced my remarks I am admittedly no more an economist than I am a mathematician. You’re supposition of how the value of paper money goes up and down makes just as much if not more sense than mine about the necessity of precious metal linkage to effect those changes. What I think I do know about the unlimited printing of paper currency is that it isn’t likely at all beneficial in the long run, especially once the glut of such unsupported money reaches anywhere near the levels of pre-WWII Germany,… Read more »

Rich

Updated list of the lowest mintage Silver and Gold Modern Commemorative Coins (as of August 7, 2022): $1 Silver Uncirculated Commems: 2022 Negro Leagues Baseball = 7,737* 2021 National Law Enforcement = 9,422 2017 Boys Town Centennial = 12,234 2018 Breast Cancer Awareness = 12,526 2020 Womans Suffrage = 12,601 2022 National Purple Heart = 13,322* 2019 American Legion = 13,789 $1 Silver Proof Commems: 2022 Negro Leagues Baseball with Privy = 18,398* 2022 National Purple Heart Colorized = 24,443* 2020 Basketball Hall of Fame Colorized = 25,719 2017 Boys Town Centennial = 31,610 2021 National Law Enforcement = 34,092… Read more »

Antonio

Thank you Rich, this is VERY helpful. We can see that the interest in commems has dropped very much over the past few years. Sad to see.

Rich

Antonio, you hit the mark by homing in on the key point to take away from the data listed. Thank you for sharing your keen, astute observation and interpretation.

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Antonio

I buy coins as a collector more than as an investor. I understand they’re an investment but my collector interest drives me more than monetary gain from my purchases. It’s why I only have a few commems. I think the last one I bought was the 1995 Civil War Battlefields. I’ve earned a good return on my purchases.

Jeff Legan

I also rarely buy commemoratives. While the mintages are low, I think so is the interest in general. I bought the 2009 Lincoln Silver Dollar (that is a commemorative, right?). I doubt it is worth any more than I paid for it but I did not buy that one for an investment, but because I think Lincoln was a great president. I do think there will come a time when it temporarily skyrockets in value–Next time everyone has Lincoln on their minds again–in 2059 or 2109. Which is going to be 250 and 300 years since his birth. I would… Read more »

Antonio

I bought the RFK commemorative for the JFK half dollar. I bought the uncirculated Civil War Battlefield commemorative set because I knew uncirculated would out perform proof. I’ve more than made my money back on that set alone.

Jeff Legan

Hi Antonio,
Sounds like you know your way around commemoratives, despite rarely buying them. I have not chatted much with you since you appeared here, but let me take this opportunity to thank you for your continuing contributions. Thanks!

Antonio

No problem, I’m here for the coin news and the occasional humorous comments of Kaiser, SENZA and Major D. Sometimes it’s the comments that keep me going.

REB

I love this stuff. Please keep posting these lists. I suspect these coins will be worth a pretty penny in the future with their low mintages. Wasn’t the Breast Cancer Awareness gold coin in “pink” gold? I recall thinking that was cool. I’ll have to take a look at it again. I love collecting commems but I wonder if the Mint is killing the golden goose with too many releases. In most years, do we need more than one set of commemoratives? I feel the same way with quarters, particularly in circulation. Change the design on the circulating coin maybe… Read more »

Kaiser Wilhelm

REB,

It struck me as slightly ironic that you pointed out the problem with the Mint releasing too many commemoratives every year. This Congressionally mandated two commemoratives per year limit was instituted precisely because prior to that there effectively was no limit at all on annual commemorative releases.

REB

I know. Maybe Congress still hasn’t gotten it right. ONE per year might be better than two. How can something be “special” if there are simply too many of them? 20 per decade with all of the other Mint products seems like a confusing glut. Few sets become memorable. 15 would be better. 10 would be best (and not in a Melania way).

Kaiser Wilhelm

REB,

I think that’s a great idea. I always get frustrated about having to choose between the two commemorative coin sets every year, often to the point of buying neither. If there were only a single commemorative coin set per year I could just pick that one up and be done with it.

Rich

Major, there may be at one Commemorative Coin program in 2023; Legislation is being considered in Congress for a 2023 commemorative silver dollar to recognize the centennial anniversary in 2022 of the dedication of the Lincoln Memorial. However, at this time, the Mint does not have authorization for any commemorative coins in FY 2023

Rich

REB, my pleasure. Regarding the 2018-W $5 Gold Breast Cancer Awareness Commemorative Coins, yes they have pink hue (marking a first for the US Mint) imparted by their composition of 85% gold, 14.8% copper, and balance zinc. Therefore, these gold commems have a gold weight = 7.931 grams. All other $5 Gold Commemorative coins have a composition of 90% gold, 6% silver, and balance copper, and they have a gold weight = 8.359 grams.

REB

Interesting. I feel informed though a bit cheated with my light-weight acquisition. They are beautiful coins for a good cause. Thanks for the info.

Kaiser Wilhelm

IMHO you ought not to feel as if you in any way got the short end of that particular stick. As you said, they represent an excellent cause, they are extraordinarily attractive, and their hue is one that is truly unusual and rare among gold coinage, especially so of the U.S. variety. You did great, REB!

Antonio

Thank you very much for keeping us informed Major D.

Kaiser Wilhelm

Wow, Rich, those numbers are dropping like an anvil on an airless planet. Many thanks as always for bringing this interesting information to us. Thanks especially for providing it in the very clearest, amazingly comprehensible and therefore most useful format.

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Kaiser Wilhelm

Major D and Rich,

There is no way to not appreciate the efforts of both of you to get us up to date on these commemorative coin sales counts. The relatively minor issue of occasional specific numerical differences between your final counts does not in my opinion take away one iota from the congratulations you both have earned and the thanks you deserve for all the time and effort you have put into assembling these charts.

Rich

Major, I too had the same slightly different mintage figures for the 2019 and older gold and silver commemorative coins that you noted (bold, underlined) in your list above. When I encounter discrepancies like these I conduct research using multiple sources to resolve the figures. The primary sources I use are listed here by level of importance and reliability: US Mint Coin Programs Production and Sales Figures Coin News US Mint Sales reports Coin Mintages – Mintage Information for US Coins A Guide Book of United States Coins (Official Red Book) My Coin Guides – United States Coin Collecting Guides… Read more »

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Rich

Yes there is, Major. The two primary free online sources containing all the specific information you have asked about are the PCGS Population Reports and the NGC Census. Together, they both represent the vast majority of graded coins. The two other lesser sources of graded/slabbed coins are ICG and ANACS (Big Mick’s favorite).

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REB

I got an email from the Mint – “2021 American Eagle at Dusk and at Dawn 35th Anniversary Gold and Silver One-Ounce Coins To Be Sold at Auction September 1”. Anyone know what this is about? Is it something special or just sets of last year’s Type I and Type 2 silver and gold eagles?

Kaiser Wilhelm

Thanks for the info, Roger. Clearly the Mint isn’t making the least bit of effort to divert attention from the fact that every one of the coins involved is bullion, i.e. they are the Mint’s own iteration of what is generically known as non-numismatic coinage.

harry guss

Hello again fellow collectors. I finally bit the bullet and signed up for enrollment for the 2023 Morgan and Peace dollars both UNC and Proof. 1 of each this time as I ordered the maximum allowable in 2021 and regret it. My experience has been there is simply little to no interest for extras that I thought I could swap for other coins of interest to me.

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Kaiser Wilhelm

harry guss, I doubt you’re the only buyer of those 2021 Morgan and Peace Silver Dollars who ended up in that very situation. From the beginning of this program the Mint’s entire sales scenario for these releases depended far too much on the idea of time worn nostalgia rather than on the concept of numismatic innovation. An occasional commemorative issue of an honored old coin is not necessarily a bad idea, but the overblown reincarnation of two entire series is a completely different story. No matter how you look at it these particular coins are effectively replicas, so for the… Read more »