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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.

This week 16,424 proof Scout coins were sold and 7,451 uncirculated pieces. This adds up to a combined 23,875, bringing the combined total sales to 290,392. The Mint has 59,608 left.

The Vets dollars saw 2,336 proofs sold and 1,091 uncirculateds head out the door.

Individual totals are broken down in the box below.

Two-roll sets of Union Shield Lincoln cents go on the board at 45,483. This is the total for the first four days.

April Eagle sales are not particularly strong at this point.

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