United States Mint Numismatic Product Sales Report – July 10, 2022

The United States Mint has released its weekly numismatic sales report for the seven-day period ending on Sunday, July 10, 2022. The report covers the previous seven days in numismatic product sales by the Mint and is separate from the bullion sales report. This week’s report shows that the Mint sold just 7,522 numismatic products to collectors and investors. This is down substantially from the reported sales of the prior week. For the year, the United States Mint has now sold 10,305,439 numismatic products.

The top selling numismatic product according to the United States Mint’s report was the 2022 Silver Proof Set. The premium annual set, released three weeks ago, led all sales with 4,301 sets sold. That total was double that of the standard proof set, which had 2,177 sets sold to put it as the third top seller this past week. Sandwiched between the proof sets was the uncirculated 2022-W American Eagle silver one-ounce coin. 2,471 of the coins were sold last week, pushing sales totals for the year to 153,539.

Another annual set was the fourth top seller for the Mint last week, the 2022 American Innovation Dollar Proof Set. Rounding out the top five was the 2021 Uncirculated Coin Set with 371 sets sold.

Here is the complete top ten selling products for the United States Mint for the week ending July 10, 2022.

Item Description7/3/20227/10/2022Sales
2022 Silver Proof Set165,531169,8324,301
2022-W American Eagle Silver Uncirculated151,068153,5392,471
2022 Proof Set272,063274,2402,177
2022 American Innovation Dollar Proof Set58,43759,184747
2021 Uncirculated Coin Set207,073207,444371
2021 Proof Set502,052502,378326
2021 Silver Proof Set287,311287,573262
2022-W American Buffalo Proof Gold Coin13,84814,110262
2022 Kennedy Half Dollar 200-Coin Bag (P,D)9,7399,984245
2022 National Purple Heart Hall of Honor Proof Silver Dollar41,20741,411204
United States Mint Numismatic Product Sales Top Ten – July 10, 2022

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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