United States Mint Numismatic Product Sales Report – August 6, 2023

The United States Mint has released its weekly Numismatic Product Sales Report for the seven days ending Sunday, August 6, 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 the Mint’s report, 8,104 numismatic products were sold in the past week to collectors and investors.

Last week’s top-selling product for the United States Mint was the 2023 Proof Set. According to the Mint’s report, 4,219 sets were sold to collectors and investors last week. With those sales considered, the Mint now reports that 239,766 Proof Sets for 2023 have been sold. Surprisingly, the second top seller was the 2-Roll Set of the 2022 Tuskegee Airmen American the Beautiful Quarter. The Mint reported 1,636 of the 2-roll sets were sold last week, outpacing the third top seller, the uncirculated silver 2023-W American Eagle, by nearly 100 pieces. Rounding out the top five where the 2022 Unicruclated Coin Set (360) and the 2023 Congratulations Set (272).

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

Item Description7/30/20238/6/2023Sales
2023 Proof Set235,547239,7664,219
2021 America the Beautiful Quarter – Tuskegee Airmen 2-Roll Set (P,D)5,3747,0101,636
2023-W American Eagle Silver Uncirculated122,246123,6021,356
2022 Uncirculated Coin Set236,569236,929360
2023 Congratulations Set36,58036,852272
2022 American Liberty Silver Medal70,96271,217255
2023 American Women Quarter Program Proof Set46,18046,430250
2023 American Eagle -1/10th-Ounce Gold Proof12,09712,303206
2022 Limited Edition Silver Proof Set46,48946,680191
2023 American Buffalo Gold Proof11,82112,004183
United States Mint Top 10 Selling Products – August 6, 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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