NumisMaster Logo
Home
Register
Sign In
Free Newsletter

Collector Info
In Print
Site Map
Mint Stats: Gold Eagle Sales Rate Dropping
By David C. Harper, Numismatic News
May 04, 2011

This article was originally printed in Numismatic News.
>> Subscribe today!


Sales of the 2011 proof gold American Eagle coin options slowed dramatically this week. Buyers grabbed just 4,090 more one-ounce coins, the most popular option so far. Also purchased were an additional 782 half-ounce pieces, 1,540 quarter ouncers and 3,025 tenth ouncers.

2012 U.S. Coin Digest
2012 U.S. Coin Digest

Up-to-date values in up to 11 condition grades!
Get your copy today!

The full set saw another 1,557 taken by collectors.

Compared to the 2010 offer last October, these numbers are weak. The 2010 Hot Springs 5-ounce collector coin has not yet sold out six days into the sales period.

Also, Authorized Purchasers have not yet taken all of the initital supply of the 2011 Gettysburg and Glacier 5-ouncer bullion coins. The Mint could strike more if the market wants them, but will it? Let’s watch and see.

The full April Eagle sales numbers are listed. May started off with demand for 11,000 gold Eagles and 654,000 silver Eagles.

 

 

































































































More Coin Collecting Resources:

State Quarters Deluxe Folder By Warmans

• Subscribe to our Coin Price Guide, buy Coin Books Coin Folders and join the NumisMaster VIP Program

Strike It Rich with Pocket Change, 2nd Edition



Add to: del.icio.us   digg
With this article: Email to friend   Print


Something to add? Notice an error? Comment on this article.
 



About Us | Contact Us | Privacy | Your data is secure
©2017 F+W Publications, Inc., Iola, Wisconsin. All rights reserved.