The United States Mint has updated its daily bullion sales report through to today, July 26, 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. This week’s report shows that the Mint sold 809,500 bullion products in the past week, up from the previous week’s 716,500.
As is normally the case, the silver American Eagle was the top seller to Authorized Purchasers of the Mint last week. 805,000 of the one-ounce 99.999% silver bullion coins were sold in the past week. For the year, 18.2505 million silver Eagles have been sold, continuing to keep it on pace to match or beat last year’s total sales.
The other bullion product that the Mint showed sales for last week was the one-ounce gold American Eagle. 4,500 of the gold coins were sold, which now has a sales total of 628,000 for 2021.
None of the rest of the American Eagle lineup, nor the platinum Eagle or American Buffalo gold bullion coin had sales last week.
Here is a complete rundown of sales for last week through to July 26, 2021 along with total sales for the year.
|American Eagle – Silver||17,445,500||18,250,500||805,000|
|American Eagle – Gold 1-Ounce||623,500||628,000||4,500|
|American Eagle – Gold 1/2 Ounce||56,000||56,000||0|
|American Eagle – Gold 1/25 Ounce||86,000||86,000||0|
|American Eagle – Gold – 1/10 Ounce||240,000||240,000||0|
|American Eagle – Platinum||75,000||75,000||0|
|Total Bullion Coins Sold||18,733,500||19,543,000||809,500|
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.