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Mint Statistics: WWII, Mayflower, Ornaments, Oh My!

With the release of an almost-dizzying number of products, you will find quite a few additions to this week’s charts. Of note are the bags and rolls of the Tallgrass Prairie National Preserve quarter, the Mighty Minters and U.S. Mint 2020 ornaments, a gold 1/2-ounce proof and silver 1-ounce medal in the 75th anniversary of the End of World War II lineup, and four different products debuting in the Mayflower 400th Anniversary series: a two-coin gold and proof set from the U.S. Mint and Britain’s Royal Mint, a silver proof coin and medal set from the two mints, a gold reverse proof set and a silver reverse proof medal. Whew!

This week we see a nice increase in the 2019-W gold uncirculated eagle, from 5,851 to 6,996. Bullion sales for the gold American eagles fare showing the same number of coins sold as October – exactly at 103,500 – however, October had slightly more coins. With a week to go, could it surpass October’s total?

Silver bullion rebounded nicely and is at the highest month since August, at 4,081,000 month-to-date. The DOW climbed over 30,000 at the time of writing on Nov. 24, so perhaps investors are feeling good.

The 2020 10-coin clad proof set with nickel gained a sizeable 27,000 units, while the 2020 American Innovation dollar proof set increased by 5,000, just under 10 percent since last reporting.