The Everglades National Park quarter, the final America the Beautiful quarter for 2014, released Nov. 3.
As of Nov. 9, collectors purchased 988 Philadelphia (P), 950 Denver (D) and 2,646 San Francisco (S) 100-coin bags. They also bought 7,349 two-roll (P+D) sets, 2,824 San Francisco rolls, and 6,324 three-roll (P,D,S) sets.
Released three days later on Nov. 6 was the Everglades collectors five-ounce silver coin. Buyers ordered 16,243 coins by Nov. 9.
Silver American Eagle bullion coins are stagnant after the U.S. Mint halted sales Nov. 5 due to overwhelming demand. Only 205,000 ounces were purchased since last report, bringing the total to 1,260,000 on Nov. 11.
Gold American Eagle bullion sales are unhindered though, with purchasers ordering 18,500 one-ounce, 1,000 half-ounce, 6,000 quarter-ounce and 25,000 tenth-ounce coins between Nov. 5 and Nov. 11.
Sales of the 2014 silver Kennedy half dollar set have slowed. From Nov. 2 to Nov. 9, only 12,655 were sold.
This article was originally printed in Numismatic News.
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