Collector Coin Sales Mid-November Report

by admin on November 23, 2009

in Collector Coin Sales

US Mint coinsCollector mint products enjoyed a nice overall rise compared to the prior report. A new product was launched and the federal holiday last Wednesday, Nov. 11 gave collectors a full day’s notice to buy gold products before the price went up the next day.

The last penny in the 2009 Lincoln penny series, the Lincoln “Presidency” Cent, launched Thursday, Nov. 12, and sales were solid. Over 15.3 million pennies sold between its launch and Sunday when the sales figures were tallied.

Even though UHR Double Eagles and Buffalo proof coin sales slowed, many collectors were looking at First Spouse Gold Coins. The First Spouse’s gained some momentum over the last report.

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.

Gold Coins and Braille Silver Dollars Gain

With gold prices pounding on new highs, many of the US Mint’s gold coins enjoyed stronger sales last week, although $20 UHRs dropped back and proof Buffalo coins continue to slow. The newly released Lincoln Presidency cent two-roll sets are visible in this week’s report. The initial numbers are solid. Braille Silver Dollars, which will go off sale in less than a month, also picked up nicely. These and more highlights follow: …

Full Article: Gold Coins and Braille Silver Dollars Gain – CoinNews

First Spouse Gold Coin Sales Rise

First Spouse Coin Sales Figures Last week’s price increase of $25 on Nov. 12 actually seemed to boost US First Spouse Gold Coin sales, because the commemorative series recovered from the prior report’s “slow down”. The latest US Mint sales figures show sales for seven of the ten available gold coins improved. More likely, the quick rise in gold prices provided opportunities for collectors to look again at the series …

Full Article: First Spouse Gold Coin Sales Rise –

Silver Eagles Hit 25 Million Milestone

Sales Stats imageThe newest United States Mint sales figures indicate collectors are paying more attention to silver coins. Only two silver numismatic products failed to outperform their prior week numbers. And while bullion 2009 American Silver Eagle sales softened slightly in the last seven days, they did top 25,000,000 for the year and reinforced their dominance.In getting down to specifics, 2009 US Mint Silver Proof Set sales have again outpaced prior figures, and for the second …

Full Article: Silver Eagles Hit 25 Million Milestone –

Lincoln Presidency Rolls Make Fast Dash

Two-roll sets of the Lincoln Presidency cent design have gone on sale and in less than a week the Mint has sold 153,427 of them. That’s a strong start, but it isn’t strong enough to predict a sellout or at least reach the 300,000 mark that was called a sellout for the second design. The third design is still on the market and selling additional small quantities from week to week. Can the …

Full Article: Lincoln Presidency Rolls Make Fast Dash – NumisMaster

Lincoln “Presidency” Two Roll Sales

Collectors jumped at Lincoln products this past week, as all were active in the latest round of US Mint sales figures.

The brand new 2009 Presidency Cent is hot, hot, hot. Even though it was cloudy and rainy in Washington DC for the ceremony, people stood in long lines to get their new pennies. The launch-day stamped rolls have already made their way into the secondary …

Full Article: Lincoln “Presidency” Two Roll Sales –

Each of the above linking articles reference US Mint figures as of November 15.

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, Mint Sets On the Rise. Recent US Mint Bullion Coin Sales are also available.

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