Perth Mint February 2015 Sales

Silver and Gold Sales at the Perth Mint in February 2015.

Silver sales were flat at the Perth Mint in February year over year.

Gold sales were down 32% at the Perth Mint in February year over year.

The Perth Mint Australia

Silver Sales at the Perth Mint in February 2015

Sales of silver at the Perth Mint were essentially flat in February 2015 at 392,114 ounces up slightly from 392,088 ounces in February 2014.

The U.S. Mint sold 3,022,000 American Silver Eagles (ASEs) in February down 19% from the 3,750,000 ASEs sold in February 2014.

February 2015 silver sales at the Perth Mint were down 32.6% from 585,393 ounces sold in January.

Chart of silver sales at the perth mint february-february 2014-2015

Silver sales at the Perth Mint in February were flat year over year.

The Perth Mint Australia

Gold Sales at the Perth Mint in February 2015

Gold Sales were down 32% Year Over Year at the Perth Mint in February

The Perth Mint sold 31,981 ounces of gold in February 2015 down from 47,003 ounces in February 2014.

February 2015 sales of gold at the Perth mint were up 38% from 23,174 ounces sold in January 2015.

Sales of American Gold Eagles at the U.S. Mint in February 2015 fell 76% from January 2015.

Chart of Perth Mint Gold bullion sales 2014-2015

Perth mint gold sales rose from last month but were down 32% from last February.

Silver to Gold Sales Ratios at the U.S. and Perth Mints

The U.S. and Perth Mints are selling proportionally increasing amounts of silver to gold. The Perth Mint, however, sells a much larger proportion of gold to silver than the U.S. Mint.

The U.S. Mint sold 3,022,00 one ounce American Silver Eagle coins and 12,500 one ounce American Gold Eagle coins in February 2015 for a silver to gold sales ratio of 241.76 to 1.

The Perth Mint sold 392,114 ounces of silver and 31,981 ounces of gold in February 2015 for a silver to gold sales ratio of 12.26 to 1.

The Gold Silver Ratio

In contrast, to the silver to gold sales ratio, the gold silver ratio measures how many ounces of silver it takes to buy one ounce of gold.

The gold silver ratio was 74.5 to 1 as of March 4, 2015.

Get Free Updates From

Subscribe to and get the free In Case You Missed Itweekly email as well as updates and analysis on gold, silver, real estate and the economy.

Also get the free report “Twelve Key Differences Between Gold and Silver” when you subscribe.

Subscribe to for free (above right) to receive gold and silver updates.

Further Reading:

Perth Mint Sales (monthly archive)

Gold and Silver Sales at the U.S. Mint in 2014

November Silver Sales at the U.S. Mint Head For Record

Gold Suppy and Demand

Silver Supply and Demand

The Silver To Gold Sales Ratio (including links to updated monthly data)

12 Ways Silver is Different Than Gold

Silver and Real Estate

Silver Supply and Demand

The Importance of Gold to Nations and Individuals

Gold Supply and Demand

Gold in India

Buy Gold Online

Please visit the Smaulgld Store for a large selection of recommended Kindles, books, music, movies and other items.

Or you can support by making all your Amazon purchases through the search widget below and by ordering your gold and silver by clicking on the JM bullion, BGASC, Golden Eagle Coin, Perth and Royal Canadian Mint ads on the site.

DISCLOSURE: Smaulgld provides the content on this site free of charge. If you purchase items though the links on this site, Smaulgld LLC. will be paid a commission. The prices charged are the same as they would be if you were to visit the sites directly. Please do your own research regarding the suitability of making purchases from the merchants featured on this site.

Chart Disclaimer: Information presented here has been obtained from a third party and is presented for information purposes only. Smaulgld can not and does not guarantee the accuracy or timeliness of the data displayed on this site and therefor the data provided should not be used to make actual investment decisions. You should always consult a professional investment adviser before investing in precious metals or any type of investment. You acknowledge that Smaulgld assumes no responsibility for the integrity of data on this site.

The content provided here is for informational purposes only. Making investment decisions based on information published by Smaulgld (SG), or any Internet site, is not a good idea. Accordingly, users agree to hold SG, its owner and affiliates, harmless for all information presented on the site. SG presents no warranties. SG is not responsible for any loss of data, financial loss, interruption in services, claims of libel, damages or loss from the use or inability to access SG, any linked content, or the reliance on any information on the site.

The information contained herein does not constitute investment advice and may be subject to correction, completion and amendment without notice. SG assumes no duty to make any such corrections or updates. As with all investments, there are associated risks and you could lose money investing. Prior to making any investment, a prospective investor should consult with its own investment, accounting, legal and tax advisers to evaluate independently the risks, consequences and suitability of that investment. SG disclaims any and all liability relating to any investor reliance on the accuracy of the information contained herein or relating to any omissions or errors and as such disclaims any and all losses that may result.

Post Navigation