More big jumps occurred in the proof American Eagle numbers and then they went off sale. The six-quarter clad proof set has been added to the page and 2001 Kennedy half dollar bags removed. More changes are coming.
Mint Stats: Proof Silver Eagle Sales Slowing
Are buyers losing interest in the proof 2011 silver American Eagle? Only 52,050 more were taken in the latest week, bringing the ongoing tally to 460,041. To equal last year’s sum, the Mint needs to move another 400,000 coins. Will it do it? Perhaps some big buyers will help it out. Sales limits were lifted July 15. Now you can purchase any quantity you have the cash to pay for.
Mint Stats: Proof Eagles sales surge higher
Coin collectors were in a buying mood this week for proof Eagles. Sales of the 2011 silver proof American Eagle vaulted higher by 133,420 while the one-ounce gold proof American Eagle jumped by 4,514. Buyers also seemed to have developed a new fondness for the 9/11 medals. The West Point version saw sales of 9,830 this week, pushing the cumulative total up by almost 24 percent to 51,289.