First Spouse Gold Coin Sales Figures – Feb 20

by admin on February 20, 2009

in Mint Sales Figures

Demand for First Spouse Gold Coins increased nearly across the board when measured against the week prior, according to the latest United States Mint sales figures.

Jackson’s Liberty proof was the only coin to see a comparative decline, still rising 0.8 percent but following the 0.9 percent increase reported last Friday. Four coins increased at or over 1.1%. And while the Elizabeth Monroe proof has commanded the highest attention in the 2008 First Spouse Coins with 7,821 sold, it showed the weakest performance this go-around with a sales increase of just 0.3 percent.

The following tables compare First Spouse Coin sales reported from Feb. Week 2 to Feb. Week 3:



Van Buren's Liberty First Spouse Coins

Van Buren’s Liberty First Spouse Coins

Previous Sales
New Sales
Unit Increase
% Increase
Mintage Limit
Uncirc.
2,656
2,688
32
1.2%
20,000
Proof
4,834
4,894
60
1.2%
20,000


Jackson's Liberty First Spouse Coins

Jackson’s Liberty First Spouse Coins

Previous Sales
New Sales
Unit Increase
% Increase
Mintage Limit
Uncirc.
3,369
3,411
42
1.2%
20,000
Proof
5,935
5,982
47
0.8%
20,000


Louisa Adams First Spouse Coins

Louisa Adams First Spouse Coins

Previous Sales
New Sales
Unit Increase
% Increase
Mintage Limit
Uncirc.
3,117
3,150
33
1.1%
20,000
Proof
5,601
5,637
36
0.6%
20,000


Elizabeth Monroe First Spouse Coins

Elizabeth Monroe First Spouse Coins

Previous Sales
New Sales
Unit Increase
% Increase
Mintage Limit
Uncirc.
4,449
4,483
34
0.8%
20,000
Proof
7,821
7,842
21
0.3%
20,000

The First Spouse Coin Price Guide has been updated with the latest sales figures and premiums above the price of gold. The tool is helpful in finding how the coins are priced in reference to the latest gold spot, as well as discovering how they are selling in the secondary market through auctions on eBay.

For last week’s figures, follow First Spouse Gold Coin Sales Figures – Feb 13. Historical reports may be found at Mint Sales Figures.

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