US Mint Collector Coins Pick Up

by admin on March 20, 2010

in Collector Coin Sales

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Gold and silver numismatic product sales were mixed, according to the latest US Mint sales figures. Buffalo proof coins faired better than all of the First Spouse coins combined, and the 18-coin Silver Proof Set climbed above both of them. In fact, the silver set climbed above its prior two week gains. More than a dozen products enjoyed gains above last week’s report, and many of them were annual proof sets.

The Disabled American Veteran Silver Dollars continued to sell strong, tacking on another 16,000 proofs and 5,000 uncirculated. The new 2010 Presidential $1 Coin Proof Set was the second biggest seller of the week, adding another 15,000 to its total.

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 Proof 2009 Buffalo Coins Approach 50,000

Mint Sales Figures ImageAction picked up for numismatic coins, according to the latest US Mint sales report. The prior report showed that only three products garnered week-over-week improvements. More than a dozen passed that barrier in the latest round of figures. On the notable front, 2009 Gold Proof Buffalo coins increased by 598 compared to the previous 384 and are nearing 50,000 in sales. In fact, as of Sunday their total was at 48,994 which very likely means the 50K ceiling was actually topped by Tuesday or Wednesday. The proof Buffalo was released late last year on October 29, 2009 …

Full Article: Gold Proof 2009 Buffalo Coins Approach 50,000 – CoinNews

First Spouse Sales Dip Before 2010 Fillmore Coin Launch

First Spouse Coin Sales Figures According to the most recent US Mint sales figures, demand declined for First Spouse Gold Coins. Total sales fell again, for the second straight week. Just 127 were added, compared to 193 and 507 in prior weeks. As far as most popular goes, the Margaret Taylor coins took top honors. The proof version sold the most, picking up 39 and beating last week’s increase of 30. The uncirculated version came in second by gaining 19 – a huge improvement over the previous week’s addition of only 4. The good news is that the US Mint finally said it is launching Abigail Fillmore First Spouse Coins at …

Full Article: First Spouse Sales Dip Before 2010 Fillmore Coin Launch –

DAV Coins Top Sellers, BSA Silver Dollars Coming Soon

Sales Stats imageThe new US Mint weekly sales report shows solid gains for collector silver products, and decent traction for bullion American Silver Eagles. The bullion coins rose 725,000 in five days — between March 10 – 15. Totals sales for the month now stand at 1.9 million. Silver numismatic coins and sets improved nicely. The 2009 US Mint Silver Proof Set and the 2009 DC & US Territories Quarters Silver Set each registered week-over-week improvements. The 2010 Disabled American Veterans (DAV) Silver Dollars have …

Full Article: DAV Coins Top Sellers, BSA Silver Dollars Coming Soon –

Running totals for bullion Eagles added to numbers

A few more modest changes have been made to this page to make it of continuing use to readers. More will be made in coming weeks. For the time being, the cumulative sales totals for gold and silver American Eagles appear in a box in the lower portion of this column. This reflects all sales made in calendar year 2010 to March 15. For the gold coin, it pays to keep in mind that …

Full Article: Running totals for bullion Eagles added to numbers – Numismatic News

Each of the above linking articles reference US Mint figures as of March 14.

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 2010 Collector Coin Sales Slow. Recent US Mint Bullion Coin Sales are also available.

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