New US Mint Collectible Product Prices for 2015


Screenshot of US Mint homepagePrices are changing for several 2015-dated collectible products that are made and sold by the United States Mint. The cost for those with silver coins is moving lower, for the most part, while prices for some annually issued sets is rising.

News of the changes come from a U.S. Mint notice, dated Jan. 20, that is scheduled to appear this Wednesday in the Federal Register, the official source of notices by government agencies.

Lower prices have already been realized for this year’s proof American Silver Eagle and Congratulations Set with both now released. Perhaps the best news is the Silver Eagle pricing. It’s staying at where it was last adjusted in December when silver prices were much lower (silver has surged nearly $2.50 this year).

Here is a list of U.S. Mint pricing changes for 2015 products:

Product 2014 Price 2015 Price Net Change
American Silver Eagle Proof Coin $48.95 $48.95 -$4.00
American Silver Eagle Uncirculated Coin $43.95 $39.95 -$4.00
Congratulations Set $54.95 $50.95 -$4.00
Proof Set $31.95 $32.90 +$0.95
Mint Set $27.95 $28.95 +$1.00
America the Beautiful Quarters Circulating Coin Set $5.95 $7.95 +$2.00
Annual Uncirculated Dollar Coin Set $44.95 $46.95 +$2.00
America the Beautiful Five Ounce Silver Uncirculated Coin $154.95 $149.95 -$5.00


Annual Uncirculated Dollar Coin Sets have all six of a year’s $1 coins, including a Silver Eagle. It is the only product with a silver coin to see a price increase.

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Don’t know what the justification is for the prices of clad metal mint and proof sets going up. See the mint site lists the silver proof set at $53.95, believe that’s the same as last year (May release date).


I don’t understand the raise in prices either. Maybe the Mint is trying to make up for all the money it lost for producing 8 billion pennies last year!!!


Finally they reduce the price of 5OZ ATB silver, 🙂

I think US Mint should Make Face Value of $500 and $1000 coin like UK and Canada did !
we Can not Trust Paper Currency,