US Mint Sales Figures Report: Proof Gold Eagles Up

by admin on November 12, 2010

in Collector Coin Sales

US Mint coinsNovember started with good and bad sales, per the latest United States Mint coin sales figure report. Collectors loved gold coins, especially 2010-W Proof Gold Eagles. The Four Coin Set was a big seller with 4,639. It added 1,366 previously. Proof Buffalos and First Spouse gold coins were also up.

Sets were not as strong as the prior week. The 2010 Proof Set advanced 38,709 versus 51,016 in the last round. The Silver Proof Set rose 10,343 compared to 10,343, and the Mint Set picked up 8,074 after growing by 8,490. The 2009 DC & US Silver Quarters Proof Set, on the other hand, improved by 1,647. In the last round, its total had only gone up by 50. The Mint’s weekly report has the 2009 set’s new tally at 300,259.

The real downers for the week were the James Buchanan Presidential Dollar Coin Covers with -1,062, the John and Julia Tyler Presidential Coin and First Spouse Medal Set’s -318, and Abigail Fillmore’s uncirculated First Spouse gold coins at -51.

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

Gold and Silver Eagle Bullion Coins Surge

The latest round of U.S. Mint sales figures are mixed for numismatic products, but resoundingly explosive for 2010 Gold and Silver Eagle bullion coins. The bullion coins have been on fire during the last few days, capping one of their best seven-day runs this year and making a week-over-week sales comparison a waste of time. Gold Eagle bullion coins increased across the board — a rare occurrence given how the fractional …

Full Article: Gold and Silver Eagle Bullion Coins Surge – CoinNews

First Spouse Coin Price Hike, Sales Jump

The United States Mint increased prices for First Spouse Gold Coins yesterday, making them more expensive than they have ever been since the series began in 2007. First Spouse proof coins are now $854 and uncirculated are $841. The reason for the price change was the precious metal’s rising market price. For details, see the article from yesterday. In the U.S. Mint sales report …

Full Article: First Spouse Coin Price Hike, Sales Jump –

Silver Proof Sets Down, Silver Eagle Coins Up

Sales for 2010 Silver Proof Sets gently tapered, while scorching hot silver bullion demand lit up again. In all, the United States Mint weekly sales report revealed a shining recovery for all but one, aforementioned, silver product. It was another impressive week for bullion Silver Eagle coins. From Thursday to Tuesday, U.S. Mint authorized buyers picked up 660,000 coins. The addition moved November’s silver bullion total to just under one million. It …

Full Article: Silver Proof Sets Down, Silver Eagle Coins Up –

Last Call for Gold First Spouse

Take a look at the Margaret Taylor sales figures and decide if they are low enough to tempt you to make a purchase. They go off sale Dec. 2. The Disabled Vet dollars go off sale Dec. 13. They have not exactly been flying out of the Mint’s inventory, but on the other hand, the numbers do not seem low enough to be appealing to any fence sitter who has the idea of profit on his …

Full Article: Last Call for Gold First Spouse – NumisMaster

Bullion Gold and Silver Coins Very Active

There were several ups and downs listed in the most recent U.S. Mint sales figures. Sets were mixed, but numismatic gold products were mostly up. Bullion gold and silver coins were hot. The top selling sets did not exceed their prior gains. The 2010 Proof Set added 38,709 sales versus 51,016. The other sets fell modestly, with the 2010 Silver Proof Set up 10,154 compared to 10,343, and the 2010 Mint Set up 8,074 after 8,490 …

Full Article: Bullion Gold and Silver Coins Very Active –

Each of the above linking articles reference US Mint figures as of November 7.

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