US Mint Collector Sales: First Spouses Gain, Silver Slows

by admin on April 18, 2010

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First Spouse Gold Coins took a surprising leap ahead with their combined increase of 1,238, while Boy Scout and Disabled Veteran silver commemorative sales slowed down.

The Boy Scout coins picked up more than 23,000 combined, and the Disabled Veteran coins rose by more than 3,000. Last week their totals were nearly 52,000 and 7,000.

The newest 2010 product to hit the charts was the new Lincoln Cent Two Roll Sets. More than 45,000 sold in the first four days.

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 Silver Dollars Soften, First Spouse Gold Rebound

United States Mint commemorative sales are slowing as the days since their launch pass. Weekly gains have fallen by a bit more than half as most coin collectors who wanted them now already own them. First Spouse Gold Coins, on the other hand, had their own mini surge despite their age. As far as America’s newest and smallest coin, the 2010 Lincoln cent, the public appears less excited about buying rolls of them as compared to their 2009 counterparts. To the numbers… 2010 Boy Scouts Silver Dollars have scored 290,392 or 83.0 percent of their maximum 350,000 mintage. On sale for just over three weeks, reported gains have declined from 214,672 to 51,844 and now 23,875 …

Full Article: US Mint Silver Dollars Soften, First Spouse Gold Rebound – CoinNews

First Spouse Gold Coins Demand and Price Rise

First Spouse Coin Sales Figures First Spouse Gold Coins were in higher demand, according to the latest US Mint sales report. As a group, they grew by 1,238. The jump was a little surprising since prior totals had been 1,038 and 1,125. Abigail Fillmore coins were again most popular. Collectors purchased 433 proof and 225 uncirculated. Although Fillmore’s growth is gently losing momentum. Their prior weekly gains were 534 and 232, and the week before that their numbers were 617 and 323. Two more coins catapulted to triple digit numbers for the sales week. Margaret Taylor proofs jumped by 112, and Letitia Tyler proofs advanced by 104…

Full Article: First Spouse Gold Coins Demand and Price Rise –

BSA Silver Dollars and DAV Coins Percentages

Sales Stats imageU.S. Mint 2010 commemorative sales continue to slow as the newness of their releases fade further each week and as most collectors who wanted them have already made their purchases. 2010 Boy Scouts Silver Dollars have hit 83.0% of their maximum mintage. 290,392 of the available 350,000 are gone. However, the new weekly sales are less than half of the total attained from the prior week — 23,875 compared to 51,844. While it appears almost certain that the BSA silver coins will sell out, it is looking like they will …

Full Article: BSA Silver Dollars and DAV Coins Percentages –

Commem sales rate declines by half

At first blush, it would seem that sales of Boy Scout commemorative silver dollars and their Disabled Veterans counterparts were going their separate ways. In one thing this week, they seemed to be working in tandem. The rate of sales for both dropped by approximately half. Boy Scout dollars continue to outsell the Vet dollar, though, and a sellout continues to be a possibility …

Full Article: Commem sales rate declines by half – Numismatic News

Each of the above linking articles reference US Mint figures as of April 11.

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 US Mint Collector Commemorative Lead Sales. Recent US Mint Bullion Coin Sales are also available.

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