US Mint Increases Prices for Additional 2020 Numismatic Products

by Mike Unser on April 17, 2020 · 5 comments

Photo of US Mint 2019 Silver Proof Set and 2019-W Reverse Proof Lincoln Cent

This CoinNews photo shows a 2019 Silver Proof Set. This year’s set, along with other U.S. Mint products for 2020, will cost more.

The United States Mint sent notice today about a new round of prices increases for some of its numismatic products for 2020. They follow other price hikes announced in January.

In looking over the latest list, prices compared to what they were last year or moving up from between $1.05 to $23.30. Some of the increases were already known, with a couple products released earlier or their prices revealed on catalog.usmint.gov. For example, the 2020 Silver Proof Set is launching later today (noon EDT) for $63.25. Last year’s set is still available for $54.95.

The following table lists the Mint’s numismatic products, their prices, and how much they changed from 2019.

Numismatic Products Prices for 2019-Dated Issues 2020 Issue Prices Increase
2020 American Innovation $1 Coin Proof Set $20.95 $24.00 $3.05
2020 Native American $1 Coin & Currency Set $15.95 $34.50 $18.55
2020 Limited Edition Silver Proof Set $149.95 $170.00 $20.05
2020 Silver Proof Set $54.95 $63.25 $8.30
2020 Quarters Uncirculated Set $13.95 $16.00 $2.05
2020 Quarters Circulating Coin Set $8.95 $10.00 $1.05
2020 Kennedy Half-Dollar 200-Coin Bag $139.95 $147.00 $7.05
2020 Kennedy Half-Dollar Two-Roll Set $32.95 $34.50 $1.55
2020 Uncirculated Mint Set $21.95 $25.25 $3.30
End of WWII 75th Anniversary Silver Medal N/A $46.00
End of WWII 75th Anniversary Bronze Medal N/A $6.95
2020 Uncirculated American Silver Eagle $46.95 $54.00 $7.05
2020 America the Beautiful Five Ounce Silver Uncirculated Coin $154.95 $178.25 $23.30
2020 America the Beautiful Quarters Three-Coin Set $9.95 $11.50 $1.55
2020 United States Mint Coin Roll Collector Box $13.95 $16.50 $2.55

 

Keep current on release dates for the above products by visiting the Mint’s 2020 Product Schedule.

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Seth Riesling

Is U.S. Mint Director David J. Ryder trying to turn off the few loyal collectors still buying directly from the U.S. Mint with all these draconian price increases? Along with the increases in the 2020 commemorative coin program coins announced earlier this year, even the base metal clad coins, & the very high increases in their gold & platinum & palladium coin prices, this is a hard slap in the face as almost all raw metal prices, nase & precious, are down from last year! Especially silver is down a lot! An $18.55 price increase for the 2020 Native American… Read more »

chuck

Seth Riesling, Yes, he likely is. Buyer beware. You can order (pre-sale) a 2020 “BU” American Silver Eagle from a dealer for $25.39-28.53 (depending on how many you buy and how you pay) or order from the mint an “uncirculated’ one for $54 (sure the mint will provide you a box and a certificate of authenticity too) so it is not really apples to apples. But, “BU” has always been considered a better grade than “uncirculated”. The dealer is also selling a graded MS70 for $47.40-$53.54 again depending on quantity and how you pay. Who might really be the one… Read more »

jpeterjp

Unbelievable ! Outrageous !
I was disgusted with some of the ridiculous price increase’s in the beginning of the year.
NOW THIS ?!?! WTF. 😡
Whats the reason behind these price increases?It surely isn’t the base price of metals.
Maybe because they can already see that the fiscal year is going to suck, so lets stick it to the faithful buyers.
Way to go US MINT.
Whats with this site, again with the identity changes?
Hope my comment makes it…

Hidalgo

I collect the Native American $1 Coin & Currency Set series, so seeing a price increase to $34.50 makes me wonder if there might be additional coins, different polishes/surfaces, different paper bill denominations, etc. Anyone know what changes, if any, might arise with the 2020 sets?

raphael

Missing form the U.S. Mint site is any mention and/or release date of the 2020 Native American Coin and Currency set.