United States Mint Bullion Sales Report – March 29, 2021

The United States Mint has updated its daily bullion sales reports through to this morning, Monday, March 29, 2021. Overall, the United States Mint sold 878,000 bullion coins in the last five business days, with the American Eagle silver bullion coin leading the way with 850,000 coins sold.

For the year, 11,268,500 American Eagle silver bullion coins have been purchased by Authorized purchases through to March 29, 2021. That is well above the sales pace of last year’s record setting year.

As has been the case throughout much of 2021, the American Eagle gold coins, have remained somewhat active sellers for the Mint. Of the four fractional coins offered by the Mint, only the 1 ounce coin had any sales to Authorized Purchasers last week. 10,500 of them were purchased, putting its total sales at 357,000 for 2021.

Rounding out sales for this past week, the American Buffalo one ounce gold coin had 17,500 coins sold in the past week. That puts its total sales for the year at 110,000.

Product3/22/20213/29/2021Coins Sold
American Eagle – Silver10,418,50011,268,500850,000
American Eagle – Gold 1-Ounce346,500357,00010,500
American Eagle – Gold 1/2 Ounce31,00031,0000
American Eagle – Gold 1/25 Ounce56,00056,0000
American Eagle – Gold – 1/10 Ounce150,000150,0000
American Eagle – Platinum35,00035,0000
American Buffalo92,500110,00017,500
Total Bullion Coins Sold11,129,50012,007,500878,000

As a reminder to collectors new and old, United States Mint bullion coins are sold to Authorized Purchasers and cannot be directly purchased from the Mint itself. The United States Mint updates is bullion sales report each day at 5:00 PM Eastern. USCoinNews.com publishes a weekly summary of the previous week each Monday. You can find the report on the Mint’s site here as it is available to the public.

The United States Mint updates is American Buffalo bullion sales report each day at 5:00 PM Eastern. USCoinNews.com publishes a weekly summary of the previous week each Monday. You can find the report on the Mint’s site here as it is available to the public.

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