American Silver Eagles and Lincoln Coin Covers Lead

by admin on January 9, 2011

in Collector Coin Sales

US Mint coinsThe latest United States Mint coin sales figures report higher sales, particularly for American Silver Eagles. They also include the debuting sales figures of the 2010 Abraham Lincoln Presidential $1 Coin Cover.

The 2010 Proof Silver Eagles added 21,477 after their sell out, so their new total ended at 856,356. Since the series started in 1986, only two years had higher sales. They were 1986 and 1987.

The most popular numismatic item in this round was the 2010 Abraham Lincoln Presidential $1 Coin Cover. In just four days, 23,373 sold.

The following articles, however, provide detailed insights and analysis about the latest changes.

2010 Proof Silver Eagles Third Best

US Mint sales figures eased higher following the Christmas holiday break. 2010 Proof Silver Eagles advanced more than 21,000 after their numbers unexpectedly remained unchanged for a week and they were declared sold out on December 28. Demand was exceptionally strong for the Proof Silver Eagles immediately following their November 19 release. In just over two weeks they had jumped past previous issues and attained the ninth best …

Full Article: 2010 Proof Silver Eagles Third Best – CoinNews

Abraham Lincoln Medal Set Top Seller

One of the top sellers in the most recent United States Mint sales figures was the Abraham Lincoln Presidential $1 and First Spouse Medal Set, for the second week in a row. 3,753 sold in the first few days and another 3,694 flew off Mint shelves this past week. The total came to 7,447, a most impressive start. The other available Presidential $1 and First Spouse Medal Sets also climbed higher. Buchanan’s set added 210, Pierce’s set …

Full Article: Abraham Lincoln Medal Set Top Seller –

Silver Eagles and Sets Higher

The latest US Mint sales figures revealed silver coins are back on track. American Silver Eagles rebounded from absent demand and sets came in higher. US Mint Authorized Purchasers bought 1,696,000 bullion Silver Eagles on Monday, January 3. This includes new 2011 issues and some 2010’s. Prior to that, none were purchased since Wednesday, December 22, after the monthly total hit 1,772,000. A new update was posted for the 2010 Proof American Silver Eagles. Sales climbed 21,477 to end at 856,356. The US Mint stopped selling them on Tuesday, December 28. The jump moved silver coins to the third highest selling record for the …

Full Article: Silver Eagles and Sets Higher –

Silver American Eagle Sales End

The 2010 proof silver American Eagle is apparently sold out as it can no longer be ordered online. The Mint raised the sales figure by 21,477 to 856,356 after it sat unchanged in the figure compiled for the week between Christmas and New Year’s. The proof half-ounce gold American Eagle was also taken off sale and its sales figure was reduced by 166 to an even 10,000, 5,000 below …

Full Article: Silver American Eagle Sales End – NumisMaster

Proof Silver Eagles Hit 850K

Three highlights in the latest US Mint product sales figures include 2010 Proof Silver Eagles hitting 856,356, Abraham Lincoln $1 Coin Covers debuting at 23,373, and the Proof Gold Eagle 4-Coin Set selling out. The Proof Silver Eagles sold out Tuesday, December 28, but their total jumped to 856,356 after gaining 21,477 in the final days. Remarkably, the 2010-W coins earned …

Full Article: Proof Silver Eagles Hit 850K –

Each of the above linking articles reference US Mint figures as of January 2.

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