US Mint 2014 Product Schedule

baseballThe United States mint has just posted a schedule of upcoming 2014 numismatic products. This includes a listing of product releases by month along with pricing.

As is always the case with the upcoming product schedule, there is a disclaimer that all dates and prices are subject to change without notice and that additional products may be added to the schedule at any time.

The schedule in its current form provides an outline of when most of the major product types will be released, but does not yield too many surprises. Here are a few things that stand out:

The 2014 Civil Rights Act of 1964 Silver Dollars are scheduled for release in January with pricing indicated as $49.95 for the proof version and $44.95 for the uncirculated version. This would represent a reduction of $5 per coin compared to the introductory pricing for the 2013 commemoratives. The posted pricing for other products remains unchanged from the prior year.

As announced yesterday, the US Mint has eliminated the 500-coin box option for the Presidential Dollars and Native American Dollars. This seems to be the only product type that will be discontinued.

A few products will be released much earlier in the year. The 2014 Limited Edition Silver Proof Set is scheduled for May and the 2014 Annual Uncirculated Dollar Coin Set is scheduled for July.

There are no special sets listed on the product schedule yet. These may be added at a later date. The US Mint previously indicated that a special set to mark the 50th anniversary of the Kennedy Half Dollar was in development.

Products which are indicated as “on-sale dates and prices to be determined” include the 2014 America the Beautiful Five Ounce Silver Uncirculated Coins, the 2014 First Spouse Gold Coins, 2014 Presidential $1 Coin & First Spouse Medal Sets, and 2014 National Baseball Hall of Fame Commemorative Coins.

Preliminary 2014 Product Schedule

January 2014 Civil Rights Act of 1964 Proof Silver Dollar $49.95
2014 Civil Rights Act of 1964 Uncirculated Silver Dollar $44.95
2014 America the Beautiful Quarters Proof Set $14.95
2014 Birth Set $19.95
2014 Happy Birthday Coin Set $19.95
2014 Congratulations Set $54.95
2014 America the Beautiful Quarters Silver Proof Set $31.95
2014 American Eagle One Ounce Silver Proof Coin $52.95
2014 Great Smoky Mountains National Park Quarter Three-Roll Set $46.95
2014 Great Smoky Mountains National Park Quarter Two-Roll Set $32.95
2014 Great Smoky Mountains National Park Quarter S Roll $18.95
2014 Great Smoky Mountains National Park Quarter 100-Coin Bags $34.95
February Warren Harding Presidential $1 Coin Rolls $32.95
Warren Harding Presidential $1 Coin 100-Coin Bags $111.95
Warren Harding Presidential $1 Coin 250-Coin Boxes $275.95
2014 Great Smoky Mountains National Park Quarter Three-Coin Set $9.95
2014 Kennedy Half-Dollar Two-Roll Set $32.95
2014 Kennedy Half-Dollar 200-Coin Bag $139.95
2014 Presidential $1 Coin Proof Set $18.95
2014 Warren Harding $1 Coin Cover $19.95
March 2014 Native American $1 Coin Rolls $32.95
2014 Native American $1 Coin 100-Coin Bags $111.95
2014 Native American $1 Coin 250-Coin Boxes $275.95
2014 United States Mint Proof Set $31.95
2014 Shenandoah National Park Quarter Three-Roll Set $46.95
2014 Shenandoah National Park Quarter Two-Roll Set $32.95
2014 Shenandoah National Park Quarter S Roll $18.95
2014 Shenandoah National Park Quarter 100-Coin Bags $34.95
April 2014 American Eagle Gold Proof Coins (one oz.) TBD
2014 American Eagle Gold Proof Coins (half-ounce) TBD
2014 American Eagle Gold Proof Coins (one-quarter ounce) TBD
2014 American Eagle Gold Proof Coins (one-tenth ounce) TBD
2014 American Eagle Gold Proof Coins (Four-Coin Set) TBD
2014 Shenandoah National Park Quarter Three-Coin Set $9.95
Calvin Coolidge Presidential $1 Coin Rolls $32.95
Calvin Coolidge Presidential $1 Coin 100-Coin Bags $111.95
Calvin Coolidge Presidential $1 Coin 250-Coin Boxes $275.95
2014 American Eagle One Ounce Silver Uncirculated Coin $43.95
2014 America the Beautiful Quarters Uncirculated Coin Set $12.95
2014 United States Mint Silver Proof Set $53.95
May 2014 Calvin Coolidge $1 Coin Cover $19.95
2014 Presidential $1 Coin Uncirculated Set $16.95
2014 American Buffalo One Ounce Gold Proof Coin TBD
2014 American Eagle One Ounce Gold Uncirculated Coin TBD
2014 United States Mint Limited Edition Silver Proof Set $139.95
June 2014 Arches National Park Quarter Three-Roll Set $46.95
2014 Arches National Park Quarter Two-Roll Set $32.95
2014 Arches National Park Quarter S Roll $18.95
2014 Arches National Park Quarter 100-Coin Bags $34.95
Herbert Hoover Presidential $1 Coin Rolls $32.95
Herbert Hoover Presidential $1 Coin 100-Coin Bags $111.95
Herbert Hoover Presidential $1 Coin 250-Coin Boxes $275.95
2014 Arches National Park Quarter Three-Coin Set $9.95
July 2014 Herbert Hoover $1 Coin Cover $19.95
2014 American Eagle One Ounce Platinum Proof Coin TBD
2014 United States Mint Annual Uncirculated Dollar Coin Set $44.95
August 2014 Great Sand Dunes National Park Quarter Three-Roll Set $46.95
2014 Great Sand Dunes National Park Quarter Two-Roll Set $32.95
2014 Great Sand Dunes National Park Quarter S Roll $18.95
2014 Great Sand Dunes National Park Quarter 100-Coin Bags $34.95
Franklin D. Roosevelt Presidential $1 Coin Rolls $32.95
Franklin D. Roosevelt Presidential $1 Coin 100-Coin Bags $111.95
Franklin D. Roosevelt Presidential $1 Coin 250-Coin Boxes $275.95
Sept 2014 Great Sand Dunes National Park Quarter Three-Coin Set $9.95
2014 Franklin Roosevelt $1 Coin Cover $19.95
2014 Presidential $1 Four-Coin Sets (P and D) $12.95
Nov 2014 Everglades National Park Quarter Three-Roll Set $46.95
2014 Everglades National Park Quarter Two-Roll Set $32.95
2014 Everglades National Park Quarter S Roll $18.95
2014 Everglades National Park Quarter 100-Coin Bags $34.95
2014 America the Beautiful Quarters Circulating Coin Set $5.95
2014 Everglades National Park Quarter Three-Coin Set $9.95
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  1. Tim says

    Michael always on the job!!! Merry Christmas and Happy New Year to all!!! Michael you take such good care of us, you are much appreciated and much loved!!!

  2. VARich says

    Gary – just pull up the ANA 2014 schedule for Chicago and Atlanta.., that’ll get it down to 50/50 for ya

  3. fmtransmitter says

    Nothing about 5 oz ATB’s yet and LESPS in May? IMHO, do not rely on this schedule as it fo sho subject to change at ANY time for ANY reason. Thanks Michael! Happy Holidays!

  4. VARich says

    Shucks, nothing mentioned on the mint’s line up for a HOF 6 coin set – I’d like to see that…, though that is a truck load of surcharges to have to pay…

  5. Dustyroads says

    You’re much appreciated Micheal for the hard work you do on the Mintnewsblog. Thanks to all who have made 2013 an interesting and fun year on line, and thanks to all who’s names are not known. Now there’s only three more weeks of holding my breath until 2014 arrives!!

  6. VARich says

    Louis – nice article (& timely!), Provident has some videos out there showing the effect of polished dies for the MTR (that we comment on as abrasion marks) that supports your argument, just want to pass along. I think we’ll see even better QC on the ’14 AtBs

  7. KEITHSTER says

    Say for some reason the mintage figures show an extra 6 million Kennedy halves have been made? What just a mistake or did they just make a bunch of Kennedy’s and can they use the2014 date in 2013 or are they 2013 dated but for the set next year? Must be a misprint but it’s there maybe it’s a clue for gary as to what’s going on with the set? That would be an extra 3.20 mil. in P’s and 2.80 mil.in D’s I don’t know check it out? Otherwise Good luck all:)

  8. says

    It seems as though the Mint has left all the most interesting products off this preliminary schedule. In particular, I’m a bit disappointed to hear the baseball coins are being “held back,” though I read in Coin World a few weeks back that they’ve been working on test strikes and that there are some issues with the half-dollar. The decision was made fairly late to have the dollar be concave/convex like the gold and silver and that has apparently caused them some technical challenges: http://www.coinworld.com/articles/baseball-coins-prove-technical-challenge-for

    I had been hopeful for a February release, but I am now expecting something between March and May. Hopefully prices stay nice and low in the meantime as I absolutely planning on buying the full set of six coins. :-)

    Hopefully we will get some news about the Kennedy commemorative set soon. I would really love to see some relatively low-cost sets containing specialized varieties of the half dollar. I would say I’m actually anticipating a half dollar set even more than the baseball coins. The mint is really going to get a ton of my money next year!

  9. Louis says

    I am pretty sure the kennedy set will be launched during the summer ANA show as was hinted by the acting director last summer. And of course that probably means more special ANA labels!!!

  10. HIdalgo says

    @Captain – who knows if the Kennedy set will be low cost? There could be a gold coin thrown into the mix! And too, if the US Mint decides to have an ordering window for the Kennedy set, it wont’ be profitable for flippers or dealers — unless they rush to have the coins certified (and most of the large coin companies will).

  11. Don says

    In regard to the 2014 Baseball Hall of Fame commemorative coins: On the Mint website, the HOF is described as “an independent not-for-profit educational institution_____”. The Mint also published the surcharges associated with the HOF commemorative coins.
    In my internet research of the National Baseball Hall of Fame, I have found no references to it being not-for-profit. It is definitely a private institution.
    Can this not-for-profit status be verified? Otherwise, I find it troubling that purchasers of these commemoratives are paying a non-voluntary surcharge.

  12. Gary says

    I never heard anything about a Gold Kennedy being considered? I read an article early in 2013 about some clad a silver options…
    I am hoping its just a 3 coin half dollar set…Mint State..Proof…and Reverse Proof…and be just 90% silver like the 1964 Half Dollars!

    And of course just a 100k mintage! 1 Per household Limit!! That should be a good test for the “New Waiting Room”

  13. Jerry Diekmann says

    I just can hardly wait to get my hands on the Presidential dollars of Harding, Coolidge, and Hoover. – NOT!!! These three guys did more to cause the economic collapse we call the Great Depression than anyone else on earth – with the single exception of Secretary of the Treasury Andrew Mellon (yeah – that Mellon – the one with Chase in the first name and the biggest and one of the most corrupt banks in the country. Why does our country honor these losers and not other people, including Martin Luther King, Jr., who have been much more deserving of being commemorated? Politics is just so wrong.

  14. VARich says

    Don – the NFL is also categorized as a non-profit.., the multi-billion dollar industry pays no taxes.., goes back to the first year or two of establishment when the league was struggling and received tax-free treatment, and since, the tax status has never changed. There is a recent movement in Congress to come back to revisit the tax-free non-profit status of these organizations…, pretty messed up in my opinion.

  15. Louis says

    There will be no gold JFK coin. The Mint laid out a series of specific options that Michael and I and others covered months ago and none include a gold coin. We simply do not know what option they went with or the price, mintage, etc. I don’t care if it is profitable.

  16. Cochisz says

    I am very upset that the mint will continue to make the S minted national parks quarters . They just keep shoving crap out the back door. They never gave a reason for why they are making them,Collectors have enough crap with no place to save it. What happen to quality coins for Collectors? I belong to a large coin club and not one of them saves the S quarters,the golden dollars or the presidential dollars, good for making the television scammers prey on the uninformed. Let’s plate them with gold or platinum and sell them to poor old people. The mint is complicit in screwing these people.

  17. Don says

    VARich,

    I agree–the non-profit status of many of these institutions is shadowy. If the Baseball Hall of Fame is truly a non-profit museum, it should have a 501(c) classification and be staffed by mostly volunteers. I’m not so sure that this is the case, but we would need further verification. I would have thought that the Mint, through Congress, had checked on the Hall’s current status before entering into an agreement for a HOF commemorative program.

  18. KEITHSTER says

    Wow I find an extra six million Kennedy half dollars and can’t get a comment out of anybody? What are they duel-dated like the 76, matte finished or maybe enhanced I don’t know but the mints site shows that they made a lot of them? Even if you count every one in every set they made this year you can’t come up that many? So are they next years or a special 2013 dated one year of death type thing? I’m sure they’ll say it was a mistake but in the end that will be the mintage one million each of the six would make that:) So check the mints circulation count for 2013 and tell me what it means? Good luck to you!!

  19. Ray says

    With an ordering window for the Baseball HoF coin, I’m not surpised it isnt in the schedule. It’s going to be different than past commem releases.

    I haven’t seen anyone mention the Palladium coin with the Mercury Dime design. Has that been totally scratched by the mint?

  20. VARich says

    Ray – it’s authorized by law as a $25 coin…, up to the mint leadership – could be the surprise of ’14

  21. Louis says

    On the NFL tax thing, which is outrageous, Sen. Coburn has a bill to end it, but apparently most people don’t think it will pass.

    On the JFK coins keep one simple point in mind: It is the half dollar’s anniv. that is being honored as well as JFK himself.

  22. Don says

    KEITHSTER,

    O.K., I’ll comment. I did post a comment several days ago saying that I’m a little surprised that the 2013 dated Kennedys did not generate extra interest in light of it being the 50th anniversary of the President’s assassination. In other words, the 2013 date should have added significance in the Kennedy half dollar series.

  23. Don says

    KEITHSTER,

    You are definitely on to something. The combined Kennedy half dollar P & D mintage for the past several years has been in the 3 1/2 million range. Why the sudden jump to 9 1/2 million? Is the Mint planning something? Shouldn’t the buyers of the 2013 rolls and bags be disappointed that they spent money for a product that suddenly has an unexpected much higher mintage? But, maybe these buyers unknowingly got the jump on everyone else for a new Mint offering. Hey, maybe I’ll spend the $32.95 for a P & D roll. Who knows?

  24. Don says

    Dustyroads,

    No, the 2013 Kennedy sales haven’t been great. Go on the Mint’s website and you can find the numismatic sales totals for 2013. The 2013 Kennedy rolls and bags sales figures are still well behind the 2012 Kennedy offerings (which are still available).
    Go with your original bet: a typo.

  25. fmtransmitter says

    I got an update in the mail from the Queen’s visit in 1976. What a nice lady! The Historical Society sent me free of charge copies of all the articles from her visit. So now I have those along with a copy of the order form to mint the Medals for the visit that Frank Gasparro designed and one of the proof silver medals. Nice little pedigree for that coin. Still no idea how many were minted for the event but getting closer everyday. I am going to have this coin graded one day. The holder they used put some stunning toning to it and to me this is a stunning eye appeal coin.

  26. Ray says

    I just saw the circulating coin numbers for Nov. It is shocking to see a huge jump like that in the Kennedy halfs. Could be a typo. It’s odd that it comes in the exact month of the 50 anniversary of his death. Maybe someone decided to invest $3,000,000 in halfs? Has to be a typo right? I thought the halfs were only available through the website. Are the still providing them to casinos?

    I really hope we see a Palladium coin this year. I’d like to add something different and I’ve always liked the mercury design.

  27. says

    I’ve think I agree with others who suggested extra halves might have been minted in anticipation of the anniversary of his passing.

    I would not be at all surprised if it was a typo though.

  28. charles says

    We usually celebrate the anniversary of someone’s birth, not their death.

    Like the 1982 Washington half..the 250th annv of his birth or the 2009 Lincoln cents…his 200th birthdatyand also the 100th annv of the lincoln cent

    The 2014 Kennedy set is for the anniversary of the Kennedy half dollar, not his death..

  29. im just a bill says

    FYI I just sold 2 PD sets of 2013 Kennedy rolls on eBay for $47 each. With fees and shipping I made $10 lol

  30. merryxmasmrscrooge says

    JFK would be rolling in his grave right now that we have to beg the Russians to send our astronauts to space.

  31. merryxmasmrscrooge says

    Nevertheless, a 2014 coin set with reverses of the Apollo Missions would be great. Especially Apollo 8, Apollo 11 and Apollo 13, with Lovell, Haise and Swigert who survived a perilous voyage after their oxygen tank exploded. The Apollo 13 coin should bear the inscription “Man’s ability to overcome adversity”. The Apollo 11 coins should read “One small step for Man,…”
    The coins should be made cheap so children can afford them as to inspire future generations to return to the Moon, then Mars and into the great infinite…

  32. Sdg5 says

    Anyone knows why the mint catalog woul be unavailable at around noon yoday? Repricing of Silver or sellout update ? Michael, would you happen to know?

  33. KEITHSTER says

    Don’t think the half dollar mintage is a typo it may have been added by mistake and taken off later. As these are sold at a premium don’t think any casino or foriegn govermentwould pick up that many? As other mints pre mint coins ahead of time would the mint have the forsight to mint the coins for the Kennedy set in the month of the 50th anniversery of the shot felt round the world? Don’t suppose but sure seem’s like with that many made has something to do with the new set but wasn’t suppose to be added to the #’s ? We’ll see Good luck otherwise all:>:>

  34. Eddie says

    I just hope the Mint will do the Kennedy Set proud. This is their chance to really do something fantastic. But we will see.

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