New this week is the 2020-S proof silver American Eagle coin. You will find the listing below in the Collector Eagle Sales chart.
The one-ounce Eagle, released Oct. 13 at a price point of $73, is officially off the market, showing as unavailable on the Mint’s website. While this week’s report reflects sales of 199,997, the coin has reached its mintage limit of 200,000.
Surely helping sales of this collector favorite is the fact that it is the last of the reverse design that has been the mainstay for 35 years. A new design is set to release mid-2021 to mark the anniversary of the coin.
Of course, the proof Eagle tops the charts this week. Taking second and third place are the 2020 10-coin clad proof set with “W” nickel and the 2020 10-coin silver proof set with “W” nickel, respectively. The clad set reached a total of 384, 742 this week, and the silver set earned a total of 289,020.
While not as significant as last week, there are still several products whose sales totals decreased week-over-week. We don’t typically see decreases in the ATB sets, but this week shows a decrease from 29,316 to 29, 263 for the 2019 uncirculated coin set.