US Mint Collector Coin Sales Figures – July 17

by admin on July 17, 2009

in Collector Coin Sales

Demand stepped down for nearly every collector coin sold by the US Mint, the latest seven day sales figures ending July 12 reveal. The traditional summer slowdown is certainly in affect.

If there is good news for the Mint, demand is sure to be exceptionally strong even in a sleepy summer for at least one new offering now available — the annual silver proof set launched Friday. (Read 2009 US Mint Silver Proof Set from Silver Coins Today or US Mint 2009 Silver Proof Set Launched from CoinNews for more information.)

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

US Mint Coin Sales: Bullion Eagle Mania

Mint Sales Figures ImageRecent sales of 2009 Proof Sets hiccup, Braille Silver Dollars crawl, Lincoln Rail Splitters lose luster and, well… the list goes on for nearly every US Mint coin or set.

Collectors appear to be sleeping through the summer when it comes to buying modern coins. There is one, no make that two notable exceptions: American Eagle Gold and Silver bullion coins. They are screaming along this month.

The Mint has sold a whopping 15,449,500 silver and…

Full Article: US Mint Coin Sales: Bullion Eagle Mania – CoinNews

First Spouse Gold Coins Sales

First Spouse Coin Sales Figures There are no exceptionally flashy numbers to report in the latest round of US Mint First Spouse Gold Coin sales figures.

With the exception of the two newest issues, no First Lady commemorative managed to surpass 46 in news sales last week.

The US Mint launched the Letitia Tyler First Spouse Gold Coins on July 2. As of Sunday, July 12, a total of 3,605 were sold. As is typical with this series and most others, the proof coin is leading…

Full Article: First Spouse Gold Coins Sales – First Spouse Coins

US Mint Silver Coin Sales

Sales Stats imageUS coin sales are usually mixed with both ups and downs when comparing week-over-week performances. Not so for last week. Sales declined for all US Mint collector silver coin and set offerings.

However, in what could be a hint for next week’s collector coin numbers, bullion silver coins (non collector versions) have been blistering hot. 2009 Silver Eagle sales neared 15 million on Monday, falling shy of the threshold by just 100,500. By Tuesday, the goal was less than 51,000 away. And by Wednesday total sales…

Full Article: US Mint Silver Coin Sales – Silver Coins Today

Mint Stats: 2009 Cents Scarcer When Counted by Roll

There was no rush by bulk coin buyers to purchase the Braille commemorative silver dollars last week. These coins were put into the bulk program five months early. Usually this action is taken near the end of a commemorative run to clean out remaining supplies. That the Mint wants the cleaning out process to begin quicker probably tells us all we need to know about the program…

Full Article: Mint Stats: 2009 Cents Scarcer When Counted by Roll – NumisMaster

US Coin Sales to June 2009

Sales Stats imageThe US Mint has released the latest coin sales through to June. The tables below show several of the popular coins and sets with their total performance results as of July 5.

Demand for 1 oz silver and gold bullion coins are exceptionally high this year, so we will start with those numbers:

2009 Bullion Coin Sales
Gold Eagle Coins 670,500
Silver Eagle Coins 13,824,500


2.2M Silver Eagle Bullion Coins were sold in June alone, making it the third best month of the year for the eagles…

Full Article: US Coin Sales to June 2009 – Coin Sales Figures

Each of the above linking articles reference US Mint figures as of July 12. Tables of the latest sales for US Mint collector coins are always available from Collector Coin Sales.

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