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Sellout, sellout, where is the Boy Scout sellout?
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Sellout, sellout, where is the Boy Scout sellout?


A plunge in the rate the commemoratives are selling has once again pushed out the sellout date.

The Mint has 11,391 proof Scout silver dollars left, but the weekly sales pace plunged to 8,007 coins as of May 2.

So far, 229,938 proofs have been sold.

The uncirculated coins have reached a sellout with 108,671 taken by collectors.

By law, the maximum number of Boy Scout silver dollars that can be produced is 350,000. This number is arrived at by adding the proof sales and uncirculated sales together.


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