2015 Annual Uncirculated $1 Set Photos and Early Sales

by Mike Unser on June 24, 2015 · 5 comments

Sales of the 2015 United States Mint Annual Uncirculated Dollar Coin Set hit 11,592 from its release on Tuesday, June 16, through to Sunday, June 21.

Photo of the 2015 Annual Uncirculated Dollar Coin Set

Photo of the 2015 Annual Uncirculated Dollar Coin Set. The six dollars arrive in a folder that slips into a protective envelope. The coins are also encapsulated. The folder includes information about the coins, their specifications and a certificate of authenticity.

Priced at $46.95, a set includes this year’s dollar coins in uncirculated quality from three different minting facilities — four 2015-P Presidential $1 Coins from Philadelphia, a 2015-D Native American $1 Coin from Denver and a 2015-W Uncirculated American Silver Eagle from West Point.

Photo close-up of coin obverses in 2015 Annual Uncirculated Dollar Coin Set

Photo of coin obverses featuring former presidents Harry S. Truman, Dwight D. Eisenhower, John F. Kennedy, and Lyndon B. Johnson and also Weinman’s Walking Liberty design, plus the dollar reverse depicting a Mohawk ironworker.

The sales start is slower than last year’s release, which is still available from U.S. Mint for a price that’s $2 less than this year’s set. The 2014-dated issue logged debuting sales of 12,876, although its first sales reporting period included one more day. Sales have more than doubled since then to 27,040, rising a modest 242 in the latest weekly stats. The annual set from 2013 opened with early orders totaling 9,636 and eventually ended at 43,150.

Photo close-up of coin reverses in 2015 Annual Uncirculated Dollar Coin Set

Photo of coin reverses featuring Everhart’s rendition of the Statue of Liberty and also of John Mercanti’s heraldic eagle, plus the dollar reverse of Goodacre’s depiction of Sacagawea and her baby.

Order the newer sets directly from the United States Mint at its website, right here, or by calling 1-800-USA-MINT (872-6468).

{ 5 comments… read them below or add one }

Ernesto June 24, 2015 at 2:51 pm

Not even sure why this product exists!! Another attempt to get more money from collectors!!!

eric June 24, 2015 at 4:14 pm

It’s true. .. you gotta know what and what not to buy. … not that I’m claiming i do, but I’m trying. …

Joe R. Alvarado June 25, 2015 at 1:16 am

I got a 2013 Set directly from the Mint. The thing is that the Silver Eagle has NO MINT MARK. I called to ask about it and I was told that they do not sell the bullion, which has no mint mark, to the public. And in fact they don’t even have them there at their “FULFILLMENT CENTER” in Memphis, TN. So do I have an error burnished Silver Eagle with out the mint mark? Or is it a bullion that should not have been there? I even thought maybe it was a returned item in which the buyer got the set and took out the “W” Eagle and put a bullion in it’s place then send it back. But it does not look like the set was tampered with. I have to have someone check it out that can tell the difference between a burnished finish and a bullion finish. I don’t want to send it out and pay to get graded if it turns out just being a bullion. Has anyone ever heard of this before or does anybody have any thoughts on what it is I have? Thank you for any kind of help or information on this.

RonnieBGood June 26, 2015 at 9:27 pm

Joe,
First I must assume that you know that the mint mark is on the reverse.

2nd I may assume that your coin is not an error but that a bullion coin was placed in this set in error. If this is the case your coin is not an error but the set may be worth more to the few that collect errors in packaging / labeling.

Then again you know what they say about those who ass/u/me.

Springer April 1, 2016 at 5:29 pm

Why are the Annual Uncirculated Dollar Coin Sets not listed by year of issue in the guide books on coins? I’ve looked in the 2017 Red Book and the 2016 Deluxe Edition and have not found a listing for these sets. Also, does the total mintages listed for the Uncirculated Silver Eagles include the Silver Eagles packaged in the Uncirculated Dollar Coin Sets? Since we have several years of these sets now, it would seem that they would be important enough to track in mintages and values. Just thinking…

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