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Mint Statistics: Clad Proof Set Initial Sales Top 190K

2021 U.S. Mint proof set. (Image courtesy U.S. Mint.)

2021 U.S. Mint proof set. (Image courtesy U.S. Mint.)

It’s been relatively quiet as far as new Mint releases go for the last couple weeks. The 2021 clad proof set is the only product addition you’ll find in the charts.

Released on March 5, the set’s total of 190,767 reflects three days of sales in the Mint’s most current report through March 7. Nearing 200,000, sales are off to a good start. An accessible price-point of $32 is sure to continue to encourage collector buying.

The proof set consists of seven 2021-dated coins: a Tuskegee Airmen America the Beautiful quarter, Washington quarter, Native American dollar, Kennedy half dollar, Roosevelt dime, Jefferson nickel and Lincoln cent.

Other top sellers this week include the Christa McAuliffe proof silver commemorative dollar and the 2020 American Innovation “S” dollar proof set.

Perhaps because the first quarter of the year is nearing its end, quite a few products are experiencing slight decreases in their totals.