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Mint Stats: Silver Eagle Totals Rising Again

 

2012 U.S. Coin Digest: Bullion

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For the first time in a couple of weeks, uncirculated 2011-W silver American Eagle collector coin sales rose. The total was up by 8,827 to reach 190,927. The wave of cancelled orders due to the cut in its price has apparently finished washing over these numbers. The total is still fewer than the 194,000 registered in the Sept. 26 Mint report. However that number will likely be exceeded by next week’s total.

Sales of the silver proof Eagle also advanced. The total sales number rose by 16,015 to 771,792 pieces.
As expected, the Mint declared a sellout of the one-ounce proof gold American Eagle a couple of days after last week’s column was completed.

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There is still no sellout in the Mount Hood 5-ounce column. Sales did rise by 746 this week. The Gettysburg 5-ouncer did a little better, adding 1,980 to its ongoing sales total. The three 2011 5-ounce bullion coins recorded no additional sales at all this week.

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