* U.S., Canadian, Austrian Mints say Q1 gold coin sales fell * Combined gold Eagle, Maple Leaf, Philharmonic sales down 38 pct * Silver American Eagle, Philharmonic sales also drop LONDON, June 26 (Reuters) - Demand for gold coins fell in key markets in the early part of this year as the strong demand for small investment products that helped send bullion prices to record highs in 2011 tailed off, sales data from three major Mints showed. The United States, Canadian and Austrian Mints, ...
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