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Mint Stats: Weak demand looks puzzling

You already know about the 25th anniversary American Eagle set sellout from the front page, so let’s ask the really important question: Is there something about the 2011-W uncirculated silver American Eagle collector coin where once it is sold it won’t stay sold? What’s up? Continue reading

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Mint products to go off sale

Several products from the U.S. Mint will soon no longer be available for sale. The six products will be for sale through noon, Eastern time, on their expiration date before being discontinued. Continue reading

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Mint Stats: Column missing for one week

I expect you noticed that last week’s edition did not have the Mint Statistics column in it. Sorry. It could not be helped. I did not receive sales figures from the Mint before the Sept. 6 issue went to press. The 2010 Grand Canyon 5-ounce uncirculated America the Beautiful silver coin looks like a sellout. I expect the 27,154 number will be massaged back to 27,000 shortly as the Mint works through canceled and problem orders. Continue reading

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