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Community Voice Responses (March 26, 2019)

From the Mar. 1 Numismatic News E-Newsletter:

What do you think temporarily suspending sales of silver bullion Eagles by the Mint may indicate?

Here are some answers sent in from our e-newsletter readers.


I believe this has happened before within the last few years. Sounds like the Mint got caught off [guard] by the increased demand based on last years numbers.

GBR Coins & Currency
via Facebook


An overabundance of silver, maybe.

Since 1992, most large world economies have minted a huge amount of silver, both bullion and numismatic coins.

Wesley Ellis
Portland, Ore.


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One Response to Community Voice Responses (March 26, 2019)

  1. sneauman3@gmail.com says:

    The US Mint most likely forgot how to count, causing the short-fall in inventory. Perhaps the Coin-Clown from HSN was doing the inventory.

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