The United States Mint rolled out product pages and issued press announcements in preparation for their Aug. 15 releases of their high relief American Liberty gold coin and silver medal. Mintages and finishes for the two collectibles are now known.
Each of them has a 50,000 mintage and an initial household order limit of 1 piece. In addition to their designs, as described previously, both also share similar style packaging with a black lacquered or matte hardwood presentation case and accompanying Certificate of Authenticity (COA).
The .999 fine 2019-P American Liberty 2.5-ounce silver medal has a matte finish, which is similar in appearance to an uncirculated coin. It will be $99.95.
2019-P American Liberty Silver Medal Specifications
|Weight:||2.500 troy oz.
|Mint and Mint Mark:||Philadelphia – P|
The .9999 fine 2019-W $100 American Liberty 1-ounce gold coin features an enhanced uncirculated finish.
Its price can change weekly as the U.S. Mint adjusts prices of their numismatic gold, platinum and palladium coins based on weekly averages of LBMA precious metals. The Mint’s current pricing grid has a pricing schedule for proof American Liberty gold coins but not one for those in enhanced uncirculated. The proof’s premium over an ounce of gold ranges from $390 to $440.
2019-W American Liberty Gold Coin Specifications
|Weight:||1.0000 troy oz.
|Mint and Mint Mark:||West Point – W|
In the press release for the gold coin, the U.S. Mint noted that Director David J. Ryder autographed a limited number of the COAs.