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Bullion Silver Eagle breaks record

More products are off sale as both the Mint and collectors look to the 2015 coin releases.

The silver American Eagle bullion coin set a record year again on Dec. 31, finally selling out at 44,006,000 coins sold, up 130,500 coins since Dec. 22.

After a brief return, the Baseball Hall of Fame silver dollars, both uncirculated and proof, are sold out once again. Buyers purchased an additional 920 uncirculated and 2,646 proof dollars, bringing the totals to 131,924 for the uncirculated and 268,076 for the proof.

The Shenandoah silver 5-ounce collector’s coin is gone, with buyers purchasing 28,264 since its release. Both the Great Sand Dunes and Everglades silver 5-ounce collector coins are still available, though both saw over 1,000 coins each returned between Dec. 14 and Dec. 28.

Also sold out are the 2013 Ellen Wilson and 2014 Eleanor Roosevelt Presidential $1 Coin and First Spouse Medal Sets, having sold 3,978 and 7,111 sets, respectively.

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This article was originally printed in Numismatic News Express.
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