Silver Coin Demand Fluid, US Mint Sales Figures Show

July 2, 2009 by · Leave a Comment 

US Mint silver coin sales statsIn typical fashion of late, the demand for US silver coins and sets flows differently depending on the week, with both ups and downs.

Of the six silver products sold, the latest US Mint sales figures have four with modest increases and two easing lower.

The down shifters were:

  • DC & US Territories Quarters, gaining 6,173 more compared to the prior week’s 6,491
  • Uncirculated Braille Silver Dollars in the easy-open capsule, gaining 102 versus the prior 191

The following table has the latest silver coin stats:

U.S. Mint Silver Coin Sales Stats

(Sales compare previous to current Mint figures)

Previous Sales
New Sales
Unit Increase
% Increase
Mintage Limit
2008 American Eagle Silver Dollar Proof*
2008 American Eagle Silver Dollar Uncirculated*
2009 Lincoln Silver Proof* 325,000 325,000 0 0.00%
2009 Lincoln Silver Uncirculated* 125,000 125,000 0 0.00%
2009 Braille Silver Proof 111,311 112,735 1,424 1.28% 400,000
2009 Braille Silver Uncirculated 42,020 42,472 452 1.08%
Braille Uncirculated in Easy-Open Capsule 18,016 18,118 102 0.57%
2009 Quarters Silver Proof Set 196,147 202,320 6,173 3.15% none
2008 Annual Uncirculated Dollar Coin Set 67,267 68,214 947 1.41%
2008 U.S. Mint Silver Proof Set 767,121 769,787 2,666 0.35%


*Coin products with an asterisk are no longer available. June 28 is the "as of date" for the most recent US Mint figures.

In other related news, silver eagle bullion sales surged in June. The month was the third best of the year for the coins. 13,824,500 have been sold during the first six months.

The previous reported sales figures are located at US Mint Silver Coin Sales Mixed with Highs and Lows. The Silver Coins Today tool page Mint Prices & Sales has been updated with the latest Mint sales figures.

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