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Mint Statistics: Silver reverse proof set reaches sellout

The 2018 San Francisco Silver Reverse Proof Set looks like it has sold out. The Mint website shows it as not currently available. The latest sales statistic shows that 189,325 of a possible 200,000 have been sold. That is an increase of 15,703 since last week. The Mint can put this offer in its win column.

World War I Coin and Medal Sets have moved higher, though by small amounts. The website has each of the five sets marked as “Limited.” That seems logical, but then I looked at the individual silver dollars and the Breast Cancer Awareness commemoratives, and they are all marked “Limited.” Supposedly the commemoratives are available until December.

The 2018-S proof silver American Eagle has been added to the product list below. Last week’s column had one day’s sales result. Since then, buyers have taken another 24,973 to bring the running total to 77,467.

 

 

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