2017 Boys Towns and American Eagle Coins in U.S. Mint’s Schedule for March

by CoinNews.net on March 1, 2017 · 1 comment

Boys Town, Gold Eagle, Effigy Mounds coins

Boys Town coins and American Gold Eagles dominate U.S. Mint product releases for March

Commemorative coins, American Eagles, and a proof set populate the lineup of United States Mint products this month.

March offerings include American Eagle gold and silver proof coins, the gold, silver and clad Boys Town Commemorative Coins, the five-ounce silver coin honoring Effigy Mounds National Historic Monument in Iowa, and the popular annual set with proof examples of this year’s dollar, half-dollar, quarters, dime, nickel and cent.

Below is a table that summarizes the scheduled products. The gold product prices are based on the Mint’s pricing schedule and a weekly average of LBMA gold that is within the range of $1,200 to $1,249.99 an ounce.

United States Mint Product Schedule for March 2017

Release Dates Numismatic Products Prices 
March 2 2017-W Proof American 1 oz Gold Eagle $1,560.00
March 2 2017-W Proof American 1/2 oz Gold Eagle $795.00
March 2 2017-W Proof American 1/4 oz Gold Eagle $410.00
March 2 2017-W Proof American 1/10 oz Gold Eagle $175.00
March 2 2017-W Proof American Gold Eagle 4-Coin Set $2,890.00
March 7 2017-P Effigy Mounds 5 Ounce Silver Unc. Coin $149.95
March 9 2017 50c S&D Boys Town Clad Coins – Proof and Unc. $21.95 / $20.95
March 9 2017-P Boys Town Silver Dollars – Proof and Unc. $47.95 / $46.95
March 9 2017-W $5 Boys Town Gold Coins – Proof and Unc. $400.45 / $395.45
March 9 2017 Boys Town Three-Coin Proof Set $461.45
March 23 2017-W Proof American Silver Eagle $53.95
March 29 2017 Proof Set $26.95

 

Sale dates and prices are subject to change. All the products launch at noon ET on their day of release.

Place orders using from the bureau’s website at catalog.usmint.gov or by phone at 1-800-USA-MINT (872-6468).

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jim March 1, 2017 at 9:58 am

Nice of the mint to dribble out a few more release dates (which they had to have known since before the beginning of the year).

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