The United States Mint has updated its weekly sales report for the seven day period ending Sunday, October 2, 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, the Mint reported product sales of 66,774, with its three latest product releases making into the top ten sellers list.
Taking the top sales position for last week was the one-ounce United States Coast Guard silver medal. In its first week of availability, the Mint reported 13,661 of the medals were sold to collectors. This was followed closely by another new release, the Franklin Pierce Presidential silver medal. The fourteenth medal in the Presidential silver medal series saw sales of 11,562 last week. Rounding out the top three was the 2022-W American Eagle silver proof. The one-ounce coin saw sales of 8,604 last week, putting its total sales at 365,714 for they year.
The fourth top seller was another silver American Eagle: The 2022-S silver proof. Sales were reported at 7,617 coins for last week, putting its total sales at 198,876. The fifth top seller was last week’s number one seller, the 2022 Proof Set. 7,319 sets were sold to callers last week, putting total sales for 2022 at 355,505.
Here is the complete rundown of the top ten selling products for the United States Mint last week.
|United States Coast Guard One-Ounce Silver Medal||0||13,661||13,661|
|Franklin Pierce Presidential Silver Medal||0||11,562||11,562|
|2020-W American Eagle Silver Proof 1-Ounce||357,110||365,714||8,604|
|2020-S American Eagle Silver 1-Ounce Proof||191,259||198,876||7,617|
|2022 Proof Set||348,186||355,505||7,319|
|2022 American Eagle Palladium One-Ounce Reverse Proof||0||5,378||5,378|
|2022 Uncirculated Coin Set||182,184||184,857||2,673|
|2022 Silver Proof Set||201,195||203,463||2,268|
|2022 American Liberty Silver Medal||55,890||57,213||1,323|
|2021 Uncirculated Coin Set||213,725||214,779||1,054|
The United States Mint’s sales figures are public records and are available weekly. They start from the previous Sunday through to the next seven days. You can find the report each week at this link.