Mint Sales Report – Proof Sets Continue to Lead

The United States Mint Sales Report for the week ending April 26, 2020 has been released. The report shows that the 2020 Silver Proof Set and 2020 Proof Set continues to be the far-and-away top sellers for the Mint. Indeed the 2020 Silver Proof Set led sales for the second week in a row and totals show that less than 20 of the sets remain available for purchase.

The 2020 Silver Proof Set added another 7,486 units to its sales total. That bumps its total sales to 190,942. Earlier in the month, the Mint indicated that only 190,960 of these sets would be available due to production challenges as a result of COVID-19 (Coronavirus). If those numbers are still true, it means only 18 of these sets remain available – maybe. As of this morning, the product page for the set showed them as unavailable meaning those few remaining sets likely have been sold.

The second top seller according to the Mint sales report was the 2020 Proof Set. Another 5,837 of those sets were sold last week, bringing its total sales to 242,188. In third place was the 2020-W American Eagle Silver Proof 1-ounce coin. 2,776 of those were sold in the previous week, bringing its total sales to 272,873.

Below is the chart for the top ten sellers for the Mint for the week ending April 26, 2020.

Item Description4/19/20204/26/2020Increase/Decrease
2020 Silver Proof Set183,456190,9427,486
2020 Proof Set236,351242,1885,837
2020-W American Eagle Silver Proof 1-Ounce270,097272,8732,776
2019-S American Eagle Silver Proof 1-Ounce145,534146,330796
2019 Proof Set573,815574,582767
2019 Silver Proof Set394,926395,683757
2020 America the Beautiful Quarter Silver Proof Set48,80149,496695
2019 American Eagle Silver Uncirculated 1-Ounce132,352132,922570
2020-S America the Beautiful Quarter 100-Coin Bag – American Samoa3,7014,198497
2020 American Buffalo Gold Proof 1-Ounce6,0326,517485
Top 10 Selling Items – April 26, 2020 Mint Sales Report

The United States Mint’s sales figures are public record and are available each week. They start from the previous Sunday through to the next seven days. You can find the report each week at this link.

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