Mint Sales Report – May 10, 2020

The United States Mint has released its weekly sales report for the 7-day period ending May 10, 2020. The report shows that Proof Sets remain the top sellers for the Mint, adding to an already long multi-week streak of either the 2019 or 2020 sets being the top seller.

The 2020 Proof Set with the 2020-W Jefferson Nickel Proof remained the top selling product for the Mint. This is the third week in a row that has been the case. Another 3,750 of the sets were sold in the past week, pushing its total sales for the year to just shy of 250,000 (249,806). Keeping the same pattern as last week, the 2019 Silver Proof Set with the 2019-W Lincoln Cent Reverse Proof coin was the second top seller. 904 of those sets were sold this past week, bringing its total sales to 397,377. In third was the 2020 America the Beautiful Quarter Silver Proof Set with 897 set sold this week while the 2019 American Eagle Silver Uncirculated 1-Ounce bullion coin was in fourth with 782 units sold. Rounding out the top five was the 2020 American the Beautiful Quarter Proof Set with 636 sets sold last week.

Here is a breakdown of the top 10 selling products for the United States Mint for the week ending May 10, 2020.

Item Description5/3/20205/10/2020Increase/Decrease
2020 Proof Set246,056249,8063,750
2019 Silver Proof Set396,473397,377904
2020 America the Beautiful Quarter Silver Proof Set50,09150,988897
2019 American Eagle Silver Uncirculated 1-Ounce133,369134,151782
2020 America The Beautiful Quarter Proof Set47,97248,608636
2019 Uncirculated Set326,686327,299613
2019 Proof Set575,102575,711609
2020 American Eagle Gold Proof 4-Coin Set4,8305,406576
2020 America the Beautiful Quarter Uncirculated Set20,40720,974567
2020 Birth Set10,19710,708511
United States Mint Weekly Sales Report ending May 10, 2020

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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