United States Mint introductory prices are ending soon for coins commemorating the 100th anniversary of the National Park Service (NPS).
Released one month ago, regular pricing for the commemoratives takes effect on Monday, April 25, at 3:00 p.m. ET. At that time, buyers will have to pay $4 more for each NPS clad half-dollar and $5 more for each NPS silver and gold coin.
Here’s a table listing each NPS product with their latest sales and their introductory and regular prices:
|Product||Latest Sales||Introductory Price||Regular Price|
|Proof $5 Gold Coin||3,007||$400.45 (may vary; reg. price +$5)|
|Uncirculated $5 Gold Coin||2,323||$395.45 (may vary; reg. price +$5)|
|Proof Silver Dollar||31,295||$45.95||$50.95|
|Uncirculated Silver Dollar||12,683||$44.95||$49.95|
|Proof Clad Half-Dollar||23,220||$21.95||$25.95|
|Uncirculated Clad Half-Dollar||12,263||$20.95||$24.95|
|Three-Coin Proof Set||10,060||$466.45 (may vary)|
Pricing of NPS gold coins and the three-coin set can change up to weekly depending on market conditions and based on the U.S. Mint’s pricing schedule for gold coins.
The authorizing law for the coins, Public Law 113-291, requires that their prices include surcharge amounts of $35 for each gold coin, $10 for each silver dollar, and $5 for each half-dollar. The surcharges are to be paid the National Park Foundation for projects that help preserve and protect resources under the stewardship of the NPS and promote public enjoyment and appreciation of these resources.
Visit the Mint’s online catalog of commemorative coins for more information or to place coin orders.