All 2009 Lincoln Cent Sales Figures Increase

by 2009 Lincoln Pennies Staff on October 7, 2009

in 2009 Cent Sales,2009 Lincoln Penny Rolls,Lincoln Bicentennial Coins

Lincoln Cent SalesEvery Lincoln product experienced a cheerful improvement compared to last week's sales numbers, and the newly released 2009 US Mint Uncirculated Set started off exceptionally well.

Sales figures show higher than normal demand for the new Uncirculated Set, featuring four redesigned commemorative Lincoln pennies from the Denver and Philadelphia Mints. The set launched Thursday, Oct. 1 for $27.95 each, and a whopping 297,842 sold in the first four days. Last year, when the Mint launched the uncirculated set, it sold 234,762 in the initial four days.

In other numbers, the Lincoln Cent Proof Set regained strength. It increased by 10,630 this week compared to the prior 6,702 and the 8,115 before it. It's total has now reached 138,289.

The following table includes the latest US Mint sales figures for sets and products that include a 2009 Lincoln Cent:

US Mint Coin Sales Figures: 2009 Lincoln Cents

Old
Sales
New Sales
Unit Change
%
Increase
Notes
           
Lincoln Cent Proof Set 127,659 138,289 10,630 8.3% Sales Began Aug. 26
           
Log Cabin Two-Roll Set 96,000 96,000 0 0.0%
NLA*
           
Rail Splitter Two Roll Set 300,000 300,000 0 0.0%
NLA*
           
Professional Life Two Roll Set 226,562 232,031 5,469 2.4%
Sales Began Aug. 13
           
2009 US Mint Proof Set 1,130,390 1,158,246 27,856 2.5%  
           
2009 US Mint Silver Proof Set 506,708 521,060 14,352 2.8%  
           
2009 US Mint Uncirculated Set 0 297,842 297,842 100%

Sales Began Oct. 1

*NLA - No Longer Available. Coin sales figures above have an "as of date" of September 27

The latest and historical figures may always be found at 2009 Lincoln Cent Sales.

The highly anticipated Lincoln Coin & Chronicles Set is still just a little more than one week away. Its scheduled launch date is Thursday, October 15 at 12:00 noon Eastern Time. The set will have an order limit of one (1) per household.

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