Tue. Jan 18th, 2022
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Big-Discrepancy-In-Us-Mint-Reported-Sales-Of-Silver-Gold-Bullion-American-Eagles

In this video we will be look at the US Mint website and their reported sales of the 2020 and 2019 American Silver & Gold Eagles…

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22 thoughts on “BIG discrepancy in US Mint reported sales of Silver & Gold bullion American Eagles”
  1. Please hit that LIKE button and let me know in the comments your opinion. In this video we will be looking at the reported sales from the US Mint from 2020 compared to my video from October of 2020.. It seems the sales are off.. Am I looking at this wrong? Did the US Mint revise their sales and not sell nearly as much? I don’t know!!!

  2. Good info. Hence back to your previous video of the AG wanting an investigation.

  3. Thank-you Wolverine for this video now I don’t have to go and look at the totals LOL thank you so much

  4. It is weird ….

    Wikipedia has 2020 silver Eagles as:

    2020 31,329,500

    Maybe THIS part of US Mint website is ALSO broken 😅

  5. Just be more careful in your observations. You have answered your own question. If you look at 7:16 of your video, you will clearly see that you are looking at 2020 American Eagle Sales for the calendar year of 2021(as shown in the second line of the table). So, of course there would be no sales for the latter part of the year.

    1. I clicked on 2020 in my section. Why would the mint sell 2020’s in 2021? Makes no sense. But I will double check it..

    2. @Silver Wolverine I know you did and I am not sure how the mint updates the figures. But If you had clicked 2019, 2020, or 2021, it would still have given you figures for the calendar year 2021. It isn’t until you click 2018 that you get monthly sales for the calendar year of 2018. It isn’t a very good way to categorize the sales as I’m not even sure if it is giving you individual date sales or cumulative sales of all dates. You can look at year-dated coin sales but only up to 2016.

  6. May just be a software glitch with the charts since the mint “upgraded” their site recently.

  7. If I were appointed Mint director, I might support this type of change, but I would change the size of the box so that “coincidentally” it had the same interior dimensions of industry standard plastic slabs … making storage standard and convenient 🤣!

  8. A lot of strange things going on with the mint. Maybe they will investigate that with the other investigation. NOT.

  9. Great find SW!! The only reason I can think of is they are revising those numbers and perhaps they were miscounted in 2020. But, that seems like a stretch. Very odd indeed!

  10. I have been trying to find the true # of 2016 edge lettered eagles were minted?

    1. @Silver Wolverine l have that same number from the red book with 216501 burnished. Thanks for your help.

  11. There are more questions than answers. And if/when we get an answer, it’ll be preposterous and most won’t believe the answer(s) given–even if true. So in the end, we are back to square one anyway–just to sit here in shock, or disbelief, trying to figure it all out yet once again–for those that dare try to (again). Lather, rinse, & repeat.

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