United States Mint Numismatic Product Sales Report – March 12, 2023

The United States Mint has released its weekly Numismatic Product Sales Report for the seven days ending March 12, 2023. The report covers numismatic product sales by the Mint, such as commemorative coins and annual sets. It is separate from the bullion sales report.

According to this week’s report, the United States Mint sold 22,157 numismatic products to collectors in the past week. This is down considerably from last week’s report, which was skewed by the release of the 2023-W American Eagle silver proof. That coin remained the top seller for the Mint last week, leading all sales with 19,199 coins sold. The Mint’s newest product, the 2.5-ounce United States Army silver medal was the second top seller. The Mint reported that 9,564 of the 10,000 medals available were sold last week. Reviewing the Mint’s site today, the medal is no longer available for purchase, suggesting all have now been sold. Rounding out the top there was the 2023 American Eagle Platinum Proof for the Freedom of Press. 5,16 of these premium coins were sold, putting total sales at 5,847 since its release two weeks ago. This coin remains available from the Mint.

Here is the breakdown of the top ten selling numismatic products for the United States Mint last week.

Item Description3/5/20233/12/2023Sales
2023-W American Eagle Silver Proof335,209354,40819,199
United States Army 2.5 Ounce Silver Medal09,5649,564
2023 American Eagle Platinum Proof – Freedom of Press5,3315,847516
2023-W American Eagle Silver Proof 40-Coin Roll1,2551,689434
2022 Uncirculated Coin Set224,971225,384413
2022 American Liberty Silver Medal65,77866,102324
2022 Limited Edition Silver Proof Set42,77243,045273
2022 Silver Proof Set239,048239,267219
2021 Uncirculated Coin Set220,493220,646153
2023 Native American Dollar – 25-Coin Roll (Philadelphia)10,86411,013149
United States Mint Top Ten Selling Numismatic Products – March 12, 2023

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.

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