U.S. Mint 2023 Product Schedule Published

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The United States Mint published its numismatic product schedule for 2023. In its early stage as of this writing, the schedule lacks images and most release dates for the current 50 products listed. Drilling into the product links offers very limited information as well for now.

US Mint image 2023 Reverse Proof Morgan and Peace Silver Dollars
U.S. Mint image of 2023 Reverse Proof Morgan and Peace Silver Dollars. The set with the pair are scheduled for a Fall 2023 release.

Of the products listed, some highlights are the 2023 Morgan and Peace Silver Dollars, including the two-coin reverse proof set. Uncirculated versions are expected to launch in the summer. Proofs and the set are listed for the fall. (Subscriptions for these are open, as they are for many other products.)

The 2023-W Proof American Liberty 1 Ounce Gold Coin and the 2023-P Proof American Liberty 1 Ounce Silver Medal show up for a summer release.

A couple Presidential Silver Medals standout, like the ones for Abraham Lincoln (spring) and
Ulysses S. Grant (fall). There is also the Army 2.5 Ounce Silver Medal to look for by spring.

American Eagle products appear, including an uncirculated Palladium Eagle scheduled for fall.

Products with exact release dates are those due out in January and February. So far, they include:

Numismatic Product Release Date
Ohio Innovation $1 Coins in Rolls and Bags Jan. 30
2023 Native American $1 Coins in Rolls, Bags and Boxes Feb. 6
James Buchanan Presidential Silver Medal Feb. 13
Bessie Coleman Quarters in Rolls and Bags Feb. 14
2023-W Proof American Platinum Eagle Feb. 23
2023-W Proof American Silver Eagle Feb. 28
2023 Congratulations Set Feb. 28

The U.S. Mint’s latest published schedule is located here.

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Antonio

A day late and a Morgan dollar short. LOL.

Kaiser Wilhelm

Not yet, Antonio, but it could happen. 😉

Kaiser Wilhelm

Apparently, Antonio, considering that subscriptions for the two 2023 Proof ASEs are already full, it’s now going to be at least a couple of American Silver Eagles short.

Antonio

Never say never, never.

Kaiser Wilhelm

I will take that advice to heart, Antonio. Let the games begin!

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Jose Rivera

What about the 2022 Morgan reverse proofs from fiji fits in the big picture of it all?

REB

Looks like 10 purchases for me in 2023 – six are subscriptions (W & S silver proof Walking Liberties, the silver proof set, the proof Morgan & Peace dollars along with the two-coin reverse proof set). That leaves the platinum proof, the proof buffalo, the four-coin gold eagle set and the American Liberty gold proof). I suppose if they throw something special and unique into the Limited Edition Silver set. that would bump my purchases up to 11.

Interesting that there are no commemoratives. What was the last year that happened?

Dazed and Coinfused

They should commemorate the first time they didn’t have a commemorative by issuing a commemorative coin to mark the occasion.

Kaiser Wilhelm

Simply brilliant, Dazed and Coinfused!

REB

I like it. And here’s the sad part … I’d probably buy the coin(s).

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Kaiser Wilhelm

Well, REB, if misery really does in fact love company, would it make you feel any better if I suggested to you that there’s a darn good chance our entire contingent of coin collectors here might actually do so also?

Kaiser Wilhelm

I’m with you on the first six, REB, but the four others are way above my expense limit.

Kaiser Wilhelm

REB,
The two 2023 Proof American Silver Eagles are already for all practical purposes sold out at the Mint by virtue of being fully booked via subscriptions. That venerable institution dug into its bag of nefarious tricks to pull out the notorious 25 Coin Household Order Limit to make this happen; apparently it was time for the Mint to bestow yet another very generous gift on its deep pocket friends, the Big Flippers.

REB

I hate flippers & scalpers but the Mint did give some time for collectors to subscribe. Even a computer illiterate like moi was able to execute a subscription (I think/I hope). I do agree the 25-coin limit is too much. They should start at 5 and expand the limit after release. Also, wasn’t there a claim last year that the coins were sold out by virtue of subs and bulk sales? Yet, they then became magically available?!? I’m going to add an amendment to my response: I believe ALL collector coins should be open subscriptions based on demand (unless regulated… Read more »

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Kaiser Wilhelm

In the usual interest of full disclosure I have to own up to my lack of a subscription as being a stupid and sloppy mistake on my part. I was busy cleaning up my enrollments and had apparently somehow gotten my head stuck in an alternate universe while I semi-consciously managed to uncheck my only subscription to the 2023-S Proof American Silver Eagle. Once that checkmark disappeared there was absolutely no chance of getting it back as it instantaneously migrated over to likely join some flipping (more than one meaning of the term certainly does apply here) entity’s 25 HOL… Read more »

Antonio

So why aren’t so many interested in the “burnished” Eagles anymore? Could be a sleeper here.

Kaiser Wilhelm

For whatever reason the Uncirculated/Burnished ASEs are the lowest sellers among the Big Three of ASE releases year after year. One would think that sooner or later, like by now for example, someone would figure out those ought to be viewed as the “Key Releases” of each year’s American Silver Eagle lineup.

REB

Ugh. One of those, “I wish I could rewind time and undo that finger click”. I feel your pain. Been there, wish I could have undone that.

East Coast Guru

I was listening to David Morgan report yesterday and he was saying there is only 40MM oz of unallocated silver in the warehouses. That number is a good year for US Mint production of bullion in the past. I am surmising here, that next year will be a low mintage year for eagles, (maybe proof’s too) and the short silver supply may affect Morgan’s and Peace as well. Unless the mints silver allotment has already been pulled out of the unallocated figures and the mint will be fine next year. Who knows.

Kaiser Wilhelm

Putting the needs of the Mint’s silver bullion output ahead of the requirements of the Mint’s silver proof and uncirculated collectable coin programs results in just as negative an effect as the Authorized Bulk Purchase program has on individual buyers.

Kaiser Wilhelm

However, East Coast Guru (what a great name, by the way), as I pointed out in my comment below in the discussion with Jay Miller, the Mint isn’t in the one in the driver’s seat when it comes to how and where it distributes its silver stores; that privilege is reserved for the Congress by way of the Department of the Treasury.

Jay Miller

I think the mint may find they have alienated many of their core base customers with the Morgan Dollar Heist.

Kaiser Wilhelm

I’m not sure, Jay Miller, that the Mint is in control of this situation. If I remember correctly, one or more Congressmen, on behalf of the Authorized Bullion Purchasers, ordered the Treasury to instruct the Mint to increase its output of Silver Bullion regardless of the impact on any other of the Mint’s programs.

Kaiser Wilhelm

Rather unfortunately, Jay Miller, for all of us little people, we as a group don’t as a rule count for all that much with regard to either the bottom line of the Mint’s annual balance sheet or for that matter have much to do with its primary reason for existence. The Mint’s actual core customers are the Federal Reserve, the Authorized Bullion Purchasers and the Authorized Bulk Purchasers, and not one of those categories of circulating currency, bullion and collectable coin buyers cares what the Mint produces in the numismatic arena in any given calendar year. The single essential factor… Read more »

Antonio

If the mintages for the 2023 ASEs is higher than usual, the value may not be all worth the effort. That being said, there will come a time when I’ll no longer be purchasing bullion coins. As Madeleine Albright once said, “Biology catches up to all of us eventually.” RIP me.

Kaiser Wilhelm

This is one area, Antonio, in which I don’t have to deal with any consternation or have to ponder any sort of nagging questions with the Mint since all that matters to me regarding which coins I want to purchase is that they appeal to me. What the coins are worth in sale value I will most probably leave for the next generation of the “Kaiser” family to deal with.

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Antonio

The reason I only purchase/subscribe one. For me the resale, if it happens, is cumulative. Rather than having multiples of a date, it’s one per date over several decades. It’s been 36 years since the first Eagles were minted/issued. Then there’s uncirculated, burnished and proof, P, S and W, and lest I forget, enhanced proof and reverse proof. Too many bullion coins to think about.

Kaiser Wilhelm

Lest we forget, there’s also the now infamous “Enhanced Reverse Proof”, the one the BOTS ate. What a feast that was.

Kaiser Wilhelm

Unless I am sorely mistaken, the 2023 Proof American Silver Eagles for both the San Francisco “S” and West Point “W” Mints are SOLD OUT FOR NEXT YEAR. Obviously this occurred thanks to the absolutely unconscionable decision on the part of the Mint to allow a Household Order Limit of 25 (TWENTY-FIVE) on all of the American Silver Eagle varieties for 2023. You can be sure that the Brooklyn Buying Club, they of the once notorious BOT menace, assigned every one of its 20,000-plus members to order 25 of each of the three varieties of ASEs. And bear in mind… Read more »

Dazed and Coinfused

Well, the mint is all about the money and not collectors. The collections are just to grasp at a different type of collector. Some like shiny. Some still remember westerns and get buffaloes, some are military or lost family that were and get medals, or purple heart or v75 coins, others are history buffs so Jamestown, mayflower, etc pop up, some travel so 50 state quarters, others are what about me, I’m a territory I want a Marshall island or Puerto Rico or Virginia island coin. Neither the mint or the wholesalers or flippers know how many of each will… Read more »

Kaiser Wilhelm

Well, Dazed and Coinfused, it appears my comment has had the singular effect of unleashing the proverbial Kraken, but in this particular case of course without the merest hint of a question it was in a truly positive, absolutely beneficial, exceptionally informative and gratifyingly enlightening manner. Your statement that “the Mint is all about the money and not collectors” just about says it all. Consider the sad fact that I had in spite of all the many years of experience with a virtual plethora of evidence to the contrary once again begun to have some level of faith in the… Read more »

Mike Hunt

Kaiser — I should have known you would beat me to the punch on my comment while I was typing it. You’ve surely got too many grey cells under that spike on your helmet …
— <ike

Mike Hunt

See what you did? You got me trying to type fast and I misspelled my name in the process. Or maybe I should just change my name to Ike?

Rich

I like Ike.

Kaiser Wilhelm

Good Sir Rich,
After Lincoln and before Kennedy, Ike was my favorite Prez.

Kaiser Wilhelm

In the interest of full disclosure, Mike Hunt (Incidentally, I just have to use your full name for the attendant musicality of it), all of my available grey matter happens to be stored in the very tip of the spike while the remainder of Der Kaiser’s helmet space functions purely as a hot air containment unit, compartment and/or vessel.

By the way, this is now and shall remain a beating and punching free zone for the benefit of the Numismaticians at work and play here.

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Dazed and Coinfused

Don’t make me the dream killer. Write the chief mint engraver and see if they’ll make a dream catcher 5 oz medal so that you can once believe in Santa. Curious, if Santa and krampus had to fight, would that tarnish Santa’s reputation and stain his legacy? (Santa is still a He right; can never be too sure these days). Because we all know krampus would kill, no questions asked. So to defeat him, Santa would have to kill him. TiNA. Or is that acronym just thrown around to sell ad space? So if Santa kills him, he wouldn’t be… Read more »

Dazed and Coinfused

I’d like to edit. While you can send them to college, but can’t make them learn, you could donate a building to the college with your name on it and get an honory degree for the stupid kid you brought into the world because your back spasm hindered your reflexes and you couldn’t call for the troop to retreat before shots fired. See. Anything is possible in America. And if tik tax and istuh gram prove nothing else, if you can’t sell yourself you better be able to sell others onto someone else. Life is nothing but a big ad… Read more »

Kaiser Wilhelm

Sometimes blessings appear from the strangest of places and in the least expected of ways. I have a 45 year old son and a 43 year old daughter whom I love without limit, both of whom are from my first marriage of twenty years to someone who is now my least favorite person on earth. I wouldn’t trade those two kids for anything, yet to have them I had to pay a price so far beyond anything resembling normal reckoning it boggles my mind. How one thing led to another is to this day still a blur to me.

Kaiser Wilhelm

What else is a blur to me these days is the sheer and seemingly ever accelerating passage of time. My spouse enjoys having me read to her the comments I post here after I send them. As a recent consequence of that she felt it necessary to point out to me that my son is now 46 (not 45) and my daughter is 44 (not 43), as is her daughter, and that I appear to lack an adequate and/or sufficient working concept when it comes to having a grasp of reliable chronological awareness.

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FViia

That is funny Kaiser that your wife proofs your writing. No wonder they are always positive.

Kaiser Wilhelm

Perhaps ironically so, perhaps not, Dazed and Coinfused, but I would be more than thrilled if the Mint were to produce a (hopefully silver) dreamcatcher coin or medal of any size, as I still have and deeply cherish the beautiful dreamcatcher hanging on my bedroom wall that my sweet daughter gave me when I returned home from my near-fatal heart attack hospital stay back in 1995. Sometimes life goes on, other times it doesn’t, but in the meantime why not make the best of it.

Antonio

Yes, there needs to be Krampus coin.
Krampus on the campus.

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Kaiser Wilhelm

Antonio & Dazed and Coinfused,
Absolutely, a Krampus Kommemorative Koin is a must. And as for Krampus on the Kampus, I love it! Take that, loan deadbeats!

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REB

… and “Fool me three, four, five, a millions times, and I’m foolishly still a buyer.”

Kaiser Wilhelm

And “lucky” for us foolish humans, we find ways to get fooled in so many different aspects of life, one of which just happens to be buying coins.

Mike Hunt

D n C —
Between your recent postings on “commemoratives” and The Mint being all about money (pardon me but what the hell else should they be doing), you have my vote for having one of best monikers on this site. Out of curiosity did you ever consider “Czar of Sartorial Slander”? Your ability to tailor cutting comments is remarkable.
I’m going to have to go back and re-read all of your other comments. Good job. Keep it up.
— Mike

Kaiser Wilhelm

Mike Hunt, I will happily second that selection without reservations (I called too late) and throw in a big “huzzah” to boot! By the way, that particular gentleman is not only in possession of one of the best pen names on this site but has clearly been contributing some of the most interesting comments of late, for that matter. Furthermore, in my abjectly humble opinion both “Mike Hunt” and “Dazed and Coinfused” show what is likely the highest level of potential for being the ideal avatar bookends here.

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Dazed and Coinfused

Oh. You guys stop. You’re making me blush. I’ve been wrong before, my wife says my lifetime average is about 99.99999999%. One the one time I was correct, I think it was on accident, or shortly after having my wisdom teeth pulled, but I’m probably wrong about that too. It’s scary inside ones own mind sometimes. I don’t intend to upset, or belittle anyone, unless they truly earn it, and I refuse to have a battle of wits with an unarmed person. But with all the sensory overload from instant search results it is understood that some feathers will be… Read more »

Kaiser Wilhelm

That’s a lot of stuff, and so many varieties of same, to digest, Dazed and Coinfused, but I have a rather healthy appetite with a very wide-ranging palate so no problem at all in that regard. When my Dad passed away in Heidelberg (Germany) in 1984 where he had retired after close to four decades years of Army service (1942-1980), I went to the local Federal Building to replace the passport I had lost to a home burglary so I could fly overseas to help my Mom. The authorities of course needed an official birth certificate to prove I was… Read more »

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Dazed and Coinfused

Thanks Ike. On no Ike and TINA. No wonder precious metals are taking a beating all the time. I never considered my own nicknames or title of honor, but from European lineage, many times removed, maybe king of quips is closer to home or more on the head. But I do wonder, if one is schizophrenic, can they sue themselves for plagiarizing? And why is it, I identify as elon musk but the bank refuses to let me make large withdrawals.

Dazed and Coinfused

Also addressing your title recommendations, I came back to see if I needed to expound on my latest replies and I noticed the DnC abbreviation.. not sure how I like that one. I may be sartorial, and many other things, but I don’t like the too close association of the same initials for a certain political group. I’m more of an independent (allowing for southern twang and accent and loss of certain Hertz levels, it sounds more like in deep in it). And while Jackson fought the banks and was a veteran, I don’t think he’d have liked the mint… Read more »

Kaiser Wilhelm

Just the most cursory examination of human history informs us that we have on the whole tended to be a particularly cantankerous species. In the interests of peace, truth and justice we might wish it to be otherwise, but a wish and a few bucks will get you all of a cup of coffee.

REB

I kind of like the “race narrative coins”. The concept of liberty and exceptionalism resides in us all. Our coinage (and currency) should reflect that fact.

Dazed and Coinfused

Not much of a baseball fan, and prefer cards over coins for them. But if coins are to be representative, then we should honor George Washington as an English soldier. And despite Paul revere being a great silversmith, they should make a coin of the doctor that made the ride and delivered the message rather than Paul who was caught and detained by the British. For the president series they are releasing, the one that only spent a few days in office from dying of pneumonia from his long winded acceptance speech should be the most limited release. And for… Read more »

REB

Both Mrs. Roosevelt & Mrs. Wilson have appeared on coins … in GOLD no less as a part of the First Spouse Series. I’m not sure Mrs. Roosevelt’s contribution to her husband’s administration was much larger than that of Mrs. Clinton, Mrs. Lincoln, Mrs. Benjamin Harrison or Mrs. Harding.

Dazed and Coinfused

Yes, first spouse coins, but not first female president coin. It is said that their spouse was so ill during their term that the cabinet and the aides all followed her direction. That the decisions made were taken first from the wife and nit consulted with the elected president. I haven’t verified, but I don’t think the 25th amendment was a thing then, but considering their vice president never assumed the title, it is a growing belief that the women were the acting presidents. To what extent I do not recall, but due to FOIA and the 50 to 75… Read more »

Antonio

First female vice-president. Don’t worry, it’s not unless she’s been dead for a year or more.

Kaiser Wilhelm

Dazed and Coinfused,

I just had a mental flash when you mentioned coins of weaponry…

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Kaiser Wilhelm

If we had a Royal Family, REB, we wouldn’t have to concern ourselves with any of that. A nice portrait of our God Appointed Sovereign would fill the bill.

REB

It would make life and Mint processing much less messy. Who knows, before too long we may get that “God Appointed Sovereign” coin we so thoroughly crave/fear.

Kaiser Wilhelm

The crucial difference being I fear, REB, is that our own “G.A.S.” would likely not be able to resist exerting actual if not in fact total, i.e. dictatorial rule over the land and people as opposed to the harmless figurehead kings and queens of modern day elsewhere.

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REB

… unless of course the harmless figureheads our G.A.S. chose to emulate happened to reside in Riyadh or Pyongyang.

Kaiser Wilhelm

Aha, REB, once again I find myself hoisted on my own petard. I clearly neglected to differentiate between the typically benign figurehead royals most prominent as such in Europe and forgot about the meddling and/or oppressive ones rather prevalent in the Middle East, Africa and Asia. Excellent catch, by the way.

Dazed and Coinfused

Wouldn’t a God appointed sovereign be similar to the Pope? He’s a holy ruler, behind a high wall surrounding his country. Wears the armor of God and commands a military entirely of special forces/elites. And his pope mobile is bulletproof. Understandable considering what happened to God’s actual son. I mean I wouldn’t expect divine intervention solely because I travel the globe (except during pandemic) trying to solicit new member of the faith and prove their fielty by donating 20% of their income. I have questioned for years why God would need money when he can create anything he desires. Maybe… Read more »

Kaiser Wilhelm

My theory is that if there is a top of the heap being of any shape or form then he/she/it lit the fuse for the Big Bang and then sat back for the next 13.8 billion years to watch the show.

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Dazed and Coinfused

How did he find his lighter to light the fuse if it was dark. Also. Who attached the fuse

Kaiser Wilhelm

All of the Original Being’s Gestalt other than the hand with the glow in the dark lighter were in an adjoining sector of the multiverse that was simply awash with luminescence. As far as the “fuse attacher”, that was likely one of the “engineer Moties” courtesy of The Mote In God’s Eye, who else?

Antonio

I thought King Trump was.

Kaiser Wilhelm

Shhhh…it’s almost Election Day. Don’t awaken any politicians!

Antonio

That’s if you’re only into proof coins. The uncirculated W is still available. 2024 may be a different story. Always be optimistic. The glass IS half full.

Kaiser Wilhelm

And even it it appears to be empty it is always still full of air.

Robert

I have a gut feeling that the U.S.Mint will once again cancel the Morgan and Peace program due to silver planchet shortages.

Antonio

The missing proof S Morgan and Peace dollars of 2022.

Kaiser Wilhelm

“Where have all the dollars gone, a long time passing…”

Kaiser Wilhelm

I wouldn’t be all that surprised, Robert, if that is indeed the case.

Jason

What does purchasing a subscription mean?

Kaiser Wilhelm

Jason, you don’t “purchase” a subscription from the Mint. You log on to your account at the Mint’s website (first you have to be signed up for an account, of course) and then go to the Subscription Page. There you put a checkmark next to the product(s) you wish to subscribe to and then indicate the number of the item(s) you want to receive. You won’t be charged until the item(s) are shipped but be sure to have a working credit card on file with the Mint or your subscription won’t be fulfilled.

Tom

and you can turn off the subscription at any time (at least within a day or two of actual release of the item), so even signing up does not put you under any obligation.

Kaiser Wilhelm

That’s one of the good things about this process, Tom; one doesn’t ever have to experience buyer’s remorse. By the way, just for future reference, the Mint this year lengthened the “turn off this subscription” deadline from 11:P.M. two days to 11 P.M. three days before Release Day.

Kaiser Wilhelm

Correction: That’s 11:59 P.M. three days before product Release Day.

Gerry

Why doesn’t the mint sell directly to consumer?

Kaiser Wilhelm

Gerry,
The Mint sells all of its Numismatic products direct to consumers. On the other hand, the Mint sells it Bullion products only to its list of Authorized Purchasers.