The United States Mint has released its weekly numismatic sales report for the seven-day period ending on Sunday, February 20, 2022. The report covers the previous seven days in numismatic product sales by the Mint and is separate from the bullion sales report. In this week’s report, the Mint indicated that 19,596 numismatic products were sold. This is up from the just over 55,000 products sold according to last week’s report.
The top selling numismatic product for the United States Mint was its latest release: The James K Polk Presidential Silver Medal. 12,220 of the latest release in the silver Presidential Medal series were sold in the past week. It is by far the fastest selling medal of the eleven released so far, approaching the current sales total of several of the previous releases.
The second top seller was the 2021 Proof Set. Just 726 sets were sold in the past week, pushing the annual sets total sales figure to 486,884. Meanwhile, the 2022 Native American Dollar rolls continued to have good sales after its release last week. The 25-coin roll from Philadelphia was the third top seller with 661 sets sold (total sales are now at 11,983) while the same roll from Denver was what fifth best seller with 557 sets sold (total sales not at 10,698). Sandwiched between the two roll sets was the 2021 Uncirculated Coin Set with 579 sets sold.
Here is a rundown of the top ten selling products for the United States Mint last week:
|James K Polk Presidential Silver Medal||0||12,220||12,220|
|2021 Proof Set||486,158||486,884||726|
|2022 Native American Dollar – 25-Coin Roll (Philadelphia)||11,322||11,983||661|
|2021 Uncirculated Coin Set||198,463||199,042||579|
|2022 Native American Dollar – 25-Coin Roll (Denver)||10,141||10,698||557|
|2019 American Innoation $1 Reverse Proof – Pennsylvania||51,166||51,664||498|
|2021 Silver Proof Set||277,732||278,174||442|
|2022 Negro Leagues Baseball Proof Silver Dollar||14,327||14,592||265|
|2021 American Innovation Dollar Proof Set||73,318||73,541||223|
|2018 American Liberty Gold 1/10th Ounce||46,438||46,627||189|
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.