2010 US Mint Collector Coin Sales Update

by admin on January 10, 2010

in Collector Coin Sales

US Mint coinsOverall demand for collector US Mint products chugged a little higher as last year ended and this year began. Gold coins and silver sets enjoyed some attention, while only a few saw softened sales.

The 2009 Mint Proof set had its fourth week of declining sales, even though new sales added almost 9,000. Collectors boosted sales for the 2009 Silver Proof set, buying over 7,000 this week versus the prior 6,465.

Another gainer was the Proof American Buffalo Gold Coin. Sales advanced 555, compared to the prior 522. First Spouse coins picked up 330 in all, a decent improvement over the previous 113. Unfortunately, we haven’t heard how the Mint fared with the 2009 Ultra High Relief Saint-Gaudens Double Eagles in its last four days of December. New sales numbers were not included in this report. Their total stood at 112,065.

The latest US Mint sales stats are always added on Coin Sales Figures throughout the week. The following articles, however, provide detailed insights and analysis about the latest changes.

US Mint Coins Pick Up, 2009 Bullion Eagles Strong

Mint Sales Figures ImageSales of collector coins from the United States Mint appear to have stopped their three week slide, but not by much. According to their latest report, no new drastic drops are apparent. Unfortunately, also equally missing from that data are significant gains. While not huge in numbers, the First Spouse Gold Coins saw almost across the board improvement, not that this was hard to do after the previous week’s disappointing …

Full Article: US Mint Coins Up, 2009 Bullion Eagles Strong – CoinNews

First Spouse Gold Coins New Year Sales

First Spouse Coin Sales Figures US First Spouse gold coin sales began the new year with improved figures, the latest United States Mint stats reveal. Eight of the ten gold coins improved, while one was lower and another’s increase was the same as reported last week. Margaret Taylor proofs sped the quickest in this round with 110, and her uncirculated claimed 2nd place at 45. The poorest performer was the Letitia Tyler uncirculated coin. Only …

Full Article: First Spouse Coins New Year Sales – FirstSpouseCoins.us

US Collector Silver Coins First Rise of 2010

Sales Stats imageThe first United States Mint numismatic product sales report in 2010 shows rising demand for silver coins, despite a holiday shortened week. The increases break a three-week trend of softening sales, with the latest levels nearing those that were last seen toward the middle of December. The 2009 Silver Proof Set enjoyed the most collector attention. Weekly numbers increased by 7,021 compared to the prior pick …

Full Article: US Silver Coins First Rise of 2010 – SilverCoinsToday.com

Mint Stats: Old Dates Will Confuse Mintage Numbers

The just concluded 2009 will be one of those years where the annual sales numbers will not equal mintages. In 2009, the Mint sold 1,315,000 gold American Eagle coins, including the 122,000 in December as reported in the box at top right. However, the Mint is still selling 2009-dated coins. That will mean some challenges to reference writers to get numbers right in future …

Full Article: Old Dates Will Confuse Mintage Numbers – NumisMaster

Each of the above linking articles reference US Mint figures as of January 3.

Tables of the latest sales for US Mint collector coins are always available from Collector Coin Sales, and the prior report may be read by following Collector Coin Sales Uneventful Christmas Week. Recent US Mint Bullion Coin Sales are also available.

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