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Rationed silver Eagles return to market

As rationing silver American Eagles begins again, the Mint has managed to sell a small amount. On Nov. 17 and Nov. 18, 1,310,000 silver Eagles were sold, bringing the November total so far to 2,570,000.

The 2014 Baseball Hall of Fame half dollar has been struck out of the park as the coin surpassed 400,000 sold across the uncirculated, proof and Young Collectors set offerings.

Coming on sale Nov. 13 was the 2014 America the Beautiful circulating coin set. Buyers purchased 10,804 sets iin just three days.

Coming off sale are both the Coolidge and Hoover Presidential dollar $250 boxes from Philadelphia. Collectors ordered 7,102 and 6,926 boxes, respectively.

Also sold out at the Mint is the 2013 and 2014 Kennedy half dollar two-roll sets, with 25,138 2013 sets and 30,233 2014 sets purchased.

The Mint sales report says the 2014 gold American Eagle proof half ounce, quarter ounce and four-coin set have come off sale as well.

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This article was originally printed in Numismatic News.
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