As of May 11, silver American Eagle bullion coin sales in 2016 stand at exactly 20 million coins. It will take sales of another 27 million to match 2015’s total sales of 47 million. With nearly eight months left, surpassing 2015’s record year is a possibility.
The Cumberland Gap three-coin set began sales May 2. As of May 8, 9,638 sets had been sold.
The Cumberland Gap 5-ounce silver uncirculated coin then went on sale May 5. Collectors purchased a total of 14,854 coins by May 8.
Reported sales of the 2016-W gold Centennial Mercury dime have fallen once again. From May 1-8, 1,179 coins were returned or audited out, leaving a total of 118,741 coins sold. This is in addition to the 2,590 drop seen April 24 to May 1.
The 2014-W Lou Hoover First Spouse gold proof coin is officially sold out after becoming unavailable. The final sales total stands at 2,392 coins.