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By NumisMaster

Gold coins are going fast at the U.S. Mint.

The Mint announced today that it has depleted its inventory of 2009 American Buffalo one ounce gold bullion coins. No additional inventory will be made.

The inventory of American Eagle gold tenth-ounce coins was depleted today after less than one day of sales.

The inventory for the half-ounce and quarter-ounce coins remains very limited, according to U.S. Mint Director of Public Affairs Tom Jurkowsky.

The Mint launched the sale of the 2009-dated American Eagle gold fractional coins on Dec. 3.

“We will offer the remaining half-ounce and quarter-ounce coins for sale via the United States Mint standard allocation process, he said. “Additional inventory is being produced based on available in house blank supplies.”

Jurkowsky anticipates that an additional limited inventory of coins in all fractional sizes will be offered for sale by mid-December via the United States Mint standard allocation process. Additional information will be provided as soon as available.

Additional 2009 American Eagle gold one ounce coins will be available by mid-December, via the standard allocation process, he said. Additional information will be provided as soon as available.

On Monday, Dec. 7, the Mint will resume taking orders for 2009-dated American Eagle silver bullion coins. The coins will be allocated among the authorized purchasers.

“We anticipate that we will allocate these coins until at least the end of December, 2009 on a weekly basis,” Jurkowsky said.

 



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