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Tuesday, May 11, 2010

US Mint 2010 Product Schedule Updated

The United States Mint has just updated their 2010 Scheduled Product Listing with dates for products to be released through the end of July. The update includes release dates for the 2010 Proof Set and 2010 Uncirculated Mint Set.

The US Mint now has the following upcoming products with exact release dates specified:
05/13/2010 2010 America the Beautiful Quarters Proof Set
5/20/2010 Franklin Pierce $1 Coin Rolls
5/27/2010 2010 America the Beautiful Quarters Silver Proof Set
6/1/2010 Yellowstone Quarters Bags and Two-Roll Set
6/3/2010 Jane Pierce First Spouse Gold Coins
6/3/2010 Jane Pierce Bronze Medal
6/3/2010 2010 American Buffalo Gold Proof Coin
6/24/2010 Presidential $1 Coin & First Spouse Medal Set - Franklin Pierce
7/1/2010 Franklin Pierce $1 Coin Cover
7/15/2010 2010 Uncirculated Coin Set
7/22/2010 2010 Proof Set
7/26/2010 Yosemite Quarters Bags and Two-Roll Set

Later this week on May 13, the 2010 America the Beautiful Quarters Proof Set will be released, followed by the 90% silver version of the set on May 27. Each of these sets will include all five of the quarters for 2010 featuring Hot Springs, Yellowstone, Yosemite, Grand Canyon, and Mount Hood. So far, the only one of these quarters released for circulation has been the Hot Springs Quarter.

The Franklin Pierce Presidential Dollar Rolls will be released on May 20, 2010 to coincide with the previously announced circulation release date. The Presidential Dollar Coin & Medal Set and First Day Coin Cover featuring Franklin Pierce will be released later on June 24, 2010 and July 1, 2010.

Two gold products will be released on June 3, 2010. This will include the 2010 Proof Gold Buffalo, offered in one ounce size only. In the previous year, the coin was not offered for sale until October 29. The second gold product will be the Jane Pierce First Spouse Gold Coin, representing the second release of the year for the series.

The 2010 Uncirculated Mint Set and 2010 Proof Set will be released on July 15, 2010 and July 22, 2010, respectively. These represent two of the US Mint's core annual offerings that tend to have the highest unit sales totals. The 2010 Mint Set includes satin finish versions of coins from the Phiadelphia and Denver Mints. The 2010 Proof Set includes proof versions of coins from the San Francisco Mint.

Products for the two next circulation releases of the American the Beautiful Quarters series have been added to the schedule. Yellowstone Quarter bags and rolls will go on sale June 1, 2010 and Yosemite Quarter bags and rolls will go on sale July 26, 2010. Both of these product release dates correspond to previously announced circulation release dates.

Although exact dates have now been announced for these products, the dates are still subject to change by the United States Mint.



At May 11, 2010 at 12:34 PM , Anonymous Anonymous said...

If the Mint sticks to the June 3rd release date for the Jane Pierce coins, I'll eat my hat!

At May 11, 2010 at 8:28 PM , Anonymous alrprairie said...

Concerning the release dates for the America the Beautiful Quarters - can we say these are dates for the 'release events' at the individual Parks? Do we know the 'event dates' or just the date window?

At May 12, 2010 at 7:14 AM , Blogger Mint News Blog said...

We know the circulation release dates, but not the launch ceremony event dates.

Most of the time the dates are the same, but as with the Hot Springs Quarter, sometimes they are different.

At May 12, 2010 at 8:10 AM , Anonymous Anonymous said...

I received Rolls of the Franklin Pierce Dollars from my Bank on 5/11/10. I also see them listed on ebay as on hand.

At May 12, 2010 at 10:40 AM , Anonymous Anonymous said...

The "tentative" date for the Yellowstone ceremony is June 3rd, two days after the official U.S. Mint release date. Hot Springs was one day later. I'm not sure why the ceremonies are on different days now.

At June 14, 2010 at 9:05 PM , Anonymous Anonymous said...

Not an exciting year so far.
Maybe something special for the 25th anniversary.


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