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Sellout can’t help Kennedy Chronicles

Despite the 2015 John F. Kennedy Coin and Chronicles set being unavailable at the Mint, some buyers just don’t want to hold on to them. Sales data puts the total sold at 49,370 sets as of Oct. 11, down 363 units from Oct. 4.

The Mint has released the final two product options for the Bombay Hook America the Beautiful quarter.

The Bombay Hook three-coin set containing a quarter from each Mint facility began sales Oct. 6. Collectors ordered 9,292 sets as of Oct. 11.

The uncirculated collector’s version of the Bombay Hook 5-ounce silver coin  went on sale Oct. 8. The Mint reports selling 14,433 coins by Oct. 11.

October’s gold and silver bullion coin sales by Oct. 14 stand at 18,500 one-ounce, 2,000 half-ounce, 4,000 quarter-ounce and 25,000 tenth-ounce gold Eagles. Authorized Purchasers have also ordered 1,920,500 silver Eagles and 8,000 gold Buffaloes during that same time range.
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One Response to Sellout can’t help Kennedy Chronicles

  1. hrlaser says:

    The figure in the chart for the 2014 60th Anniversary Kennedy Silver Set seems to have not changed for a few weeks.. stuck at 216,788.. is no one buying them any more or what’s going on with that set?.. The limit was 225,000 and it seems like it’s never going to get a *sold out *asterisk.. unless the Mint is supplying the wrong figure.. makes no sense to me..

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