The United States Mint has released its weekly Numismatic Product Sales Report for the seven days ending Sunday, August 20, 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, an impressive 60,480 numismatic products were sold in the past week to collectors and investors, with all but one product released from this year.
For the second consecutive week, the 2023-S Morgan Dollar proof coin was the top seller for the Mint last week. 13,522 additional coins were sold last week, putting total sales at 305,711. Less than 95,000 of the coins remain available at the time of this writing. Slightly more of the 2023-S Peace Dollar proof, the third top seller, remain available. 10,899 of the Peace Dollars were sold last week, putting total coin sales at 285,055.
The Mint’s latest product release, the Jovita Idar American Women Quarter, made the top ten in sales. Indeed, all four products available for the Idar Quarter were in the top ten, with the 3-Roll set was the most popular and the second-best seller overall for the Mint last week.
In reviewing the top ten selling products, only one, the 2021 Tuskegee Airmen American The Beautiful Quarter 2-Roll set was the lone non-2023 release in the list.
|2023-S Morgan Dollar Proof||292,189||305,711||13,522|
|2023 American Women Quarter – Jovita Idar – 3-Roll Set (P,D,S)||0||12,595||12,595|
|2023-S Peace Dollar Proof||274,156||285,055||10,899|
|2023 American Women Quarter – Jovita Idar – 100-Coin Bag (Philadelphia)||0||3,723||3,723|
|2023 Proof Set||245,263||248,937||3,674|
|2023 American Women Quarter – Jovita Idar – 100-Coin Bag (Denver)||0||3,539||3,539|
|2023 American Women Quarter – Jovita Idar – 2-Roll Set (P,D)||0||3,443||3,443|
|2023 American Liberty High Relief Gold Coin||8,842||11,338||2,496|
|2021 America the Beautiful Quarter – Tuskegee Airmen 2-Roll Set (P,D)||5,374||7,010||1,636|
|2023 American Liberty Silver Medal||21,308||22,914||1,606|
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.