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2011 offerings creep into lists

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The next few weeks will see new 2011 listings added as the annual proof and mint sets are offered and the U.S. Army commemoratives are introduced. To make room, concluded programs with the asterisks by the numbers will be dropped. Take note of these if you need them for personal reference.

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The American Eagle bullion gold and silver cumulative totals in the right-most column will change to a running total for 2011 pieces when the February numbers start appearing in the monthly box. In the meantime, the January sales numbers include leftover 2010-dated coins. The Mint had 469,500 silver Eagles and 53,000 one-ounce gold Eagles remaining as 2010 closed.

The sold-out proof 2010 silver American Eagle total increased 3,644 to an even 860,000. The four-coin gold proof set rose by 158. Only the quarter-ounce and tenth-ounce gold proofs are still being sold. Buyers took 333 more 2010 proof gold Buffaloes.

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