The pricing picture is now complete for all 2015 US Marshals 225th Anniversary Commemorative Coins which launch at noon ET on Thursday, Jan. 29.
Prices for the silver and clad issues were revealed last year. Prices for the gold coins are now known as well, although they won’t be officially published by the United States Mint until Wednesday.
U.S. Mint numismatic gold coin prices are based on a weekly average of London gold fixings. That average is very comfortably within the range of $1,250.00 to $1,299.99 an ounce, which sets the opening prices of the US Marshals gold coins at $407.60 for the uncirculated and $412.60 for the proof.
Here is a mintage and pricing table for the U.S. Marshals 225th Anniversary Commemorative Coins and the set:
|Mintages||Introductory Prices||Regular Prices|
|Proof 50c Clad Half-Dollar||750,000||$14.95||$18.95|
|Uncirculated 50c Clad Half-Dollar||$13.95||$17.95|
|Proof Silver Dollar||500,000||$46.95||$51.95|
|Uncirculated Silver Dollar||$43.95||$48.95|
|Proof $5 Gold Coins||100,000||$412.60||$417.60|
|Uncirculated $5 Gold Coins||$407.60||$412.60|
|Three-Coin Proof Set*||$473.60||$478.60|
*The three-coin proof set is further limited by a product maximum of 15,000.
When released, the commemoratives may be ordered from the Mint’s online store at www.usmint.gov/catalog.
WOW! you save 90 cents if you order the 3 coin proof set over the individual 3 proof coins.
Ye Joe, I guess you save on coin boxes if you go with 3 coin proofs?
Oh, and expect the same fiasco as last year’s basball hall of fame coins. Other the 3 coin set limit TBD, individual gold coins have no household limit.
Does anyone think this issue will be overwhelmingly popular?
Anyone buying these?