The United States Mint has updated its daily bullion sales report through to today, July 12, 2021. The bullion sales report reflects bullion coins that the Mint sold to Authorized Purchasers for the previous week and is different than the weekly numismatic product report. The report this week has significant revisions to previous reports, updating and adding sales figures for June and even some in May. The report corrects unreported figures and is now up-to-date and more accurate. With that in mind, it is important that the 3.974 million bullion cons sold is not necessarily accurate for the previous week alone.
The updated sales figures from the Mint for silver American Eagle bullion coins now stands at 16,755,500 coins for all of 2021. That puts the Mint on pace to break the 30 million coins sold last year. Meanwhile, the gold one ounce American Eagle has now sold 180,000 times. Another 15,000 of the 1/2 ounce American Eagle were reported sold over the past week while the 1/25th ounce had 30,000 coin sales and the 1/10th ounce had 90,000 in sales.
Of all the bullion sales reported, the one that has been the most accurate the past several weeks has been the American Buffalo one ounce gold coin. 10,500 of these were sold last week, pushing sales totals to just over 200,000 (204,000)
|American Eagle – Silver
|American Eagle – Gold 1-Ounce
|American Eagle – Gold 1/2 Ounce
|American Eagle – Gold 1/25 Ounce
|American Eagle – Gold – 1/10 Ounce
|American Eagle – Platinum
|Total Bullion Coins Sold
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.