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Though the final day of May has not yet passed as this is written, it is clear that demand for gold American Eagles has ebbed dramatically from the excited push in April. Continue reading
Investors and collectors are buying the White Mountain 5-ounce silver bullion and numismatic collector coins at rates far ahead of 2012 issued coins. Continue reading
The White Mountain 5-ounce silver bullion coin has arrived. Authorized Purchasers have taken 12,700 from the U.S. Mint. Continue reading
Is the bullion rush over? May’s opening sales numbers look kind of weak. Continue reading
Wasn’t April something? Buyers took up 43 percent of all one-ounce gold American Eagle bullion coins sold in 2013 just in that single month. Continue reading
The quantity of gold American Eagle bullion coins sold in April by the U.S. Mint more than doubled in the past week to April 23. Frantic buyers have been beating the doors down at the shops of American coin dealers … Continue reading
The collector version of the silver American Eagle has taken a backseat to the bullion version so far in 2013. Some 15,929,500 of the one-ounce bullion pieces have been sold through April 9, with 1,706,500 of those sold so far in April. On the other hand, the proof silver American Eagle saw sales of 4,208 this week to bring the running total to 409,415. Continue reading
During the first few days of availability buyers grabbed 205,740 2013 clad proof sets. Even though proof sets aren’t the glamour products they were decades ago when they were the only game in town, it is still impressive to see collector loyalty and habit cause them to jump to buy them when they become available. Continue reading
Initial sales figures have arrived from the U.S. Mint for the 5-Star Generals commemoratives. Pity the poor collector who tries to make sense of the mintmarks. Continue reading