2010 Boy Scouts Coin and Disabled Vet Commemorative Prices Revealed

by CoinNews.net on February 16, 2010 · 0 comments

BSA coinThe United States Mint has announced introductory and regular pricing for the two commemorative coins scheduled for release this year.

The US Mint price notice was published in late January by the Federal Register, which is the official daily source for rules, proposed rules, and notices of government agencies and organization.

The two silver 2010 commemorates include:

  • American Veterans Disabled for Life Commemorative Coins — Release date of February 25, 2010
  • Boy Scouts of America Centennial Silver Dollars — Release date of March 23, 2010

Both coins have the same specifications of: 90 percent silver, 10 percent copper, a nominal weight of 27.730 grams and a diameter of 1.500 inches or 38.100 mm.

The coins are struck in both proof and uncirculated conditions for collectors, with a total combined mintage of 350,000 per commemorative.

The Mint published prices for the coins follow:

American Veterans Disabled for Life Silver Dollar Intro
Price
Reg
Price
  Proof Silver Dollar $39.95 $43.95
  Uncirculated Silver Dollar $33.95 $35.95
Boy Scouts of America Centennial Silver Dollar    
  Proof Silver Dollar $39.95 $43.95
  Uncirculated Silver Dollar $33.95 $35.95
       

The American Veterans Disabled for Life Silver Dollar will be offered at the introductory price on February 25, 2010, through March 29, 2010, when it will be offered at regular pricing. The Boy Scouts of America Centennial Silver Dollar will be available at an introductory price on March 23, 2010, through April 22, 2010, when it will be offered at regular pricing.

The prices are $2 more than the Mint charged for the standalone 2009-dated commemoratives, the 2009 Abraham Lincoln Commemorative Silver Dollar, and the 2009 Louis Braille Bicentennial Silver Dollar Program. The Mint last year also offered a special set for each commemorative. No announcement has been made if such an option will be available for each of the 2010 coins.

For additional information on this year’s commemorative coins, see:

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