2015 American Liberty High Relief Gold Coin Pricing

2015-W $100 American Liberty High Relief Gold Coin and Case
2015 American Liberty High Relief Gold Coin and Case

United States Mint pricing has been announced for the upcoming 2015-W $100 American Liberty High Relief Gold Coin. (See images of the coin). The one-ounce, .9999 fine gold coin is scheduled to launch on July 30, 2015 at noon EDT.

Depicting Lady Liberty on the obverse and an American eagle on the reverse, the 50,000 limited-edition coin will cost $50 more than the U.S. Mint’s only other collectible gold piece produced to the same weight and purity, the 2015-W $50 Proof American Gold Buffalo.

The pricing information comes via a document dated July 7, 2015 and published today in the Federal Register, the official source of notices by government agencies and a daily journal of their proceedings. Like other collectible gold coins from the Mint, the Liberty’s price can change each Wednesday depending upon the latest weekly average of London gold. The public notice outlines the following possible prices:

Gold’s Weekly Average American Liberty Coin Price
$1,000.00 to $1,049.99 $1,440.00
$1,050.00 to $1,099.99 1,490.00
$1,100.00 to $1,149.99 1,540.00
$1,150.00 to $1,199.99 1,590.00
$1,200.00 to $1,249.99 1,640.00
$1,250.00 to $1,299.99 1,690.00
$1,300.00 to $1,349.99 1,740.00
$1,350.00 to $1,399.99 1,790.00
$1,400.00 to $1,449.99 1,840.00
$1,450.00 to $1,499.99 1,890.00
$1,500.00 to $1,549.99 1,940.00
$1,550.00 to $1,599.99 1,990.00
$1,600.00 to $1,649.99 2,040.00
$1,650.00 to $1,699.99 2,090.00


The Mint’s product page for the $100 American Liberty gold coin is located here.

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Seems quite 21st Century “PC” only way to be more so is if it was “Caitlyn” Jenner or celebrated Gay Wedding Rights……



You are the stereotypical old, white, racist – who really makes up a really disgusting picture of what a “typical” coin collector is.

I bet you’ll roll over in your grave when they put a black president on a coin (you’ll probably be dead by then) – and luckily the hobby of coin collecting will be more diverse.