George Rogers Clark National Historical Park 2017 three-coin set available November 27

The George Rogers Clark National Historical Park 2017 Quarter, Three-Coin Set is scheduled to go on sale on November 27 at noon on the Mint’s website. There is no household order, product, or mintage limit on the set. Additionally, the set is also available for Product Enrollment. The item number is 17AH and the set includes Uncirculated versions from the Philadelphia and Denver mints and a Proof version from the San Francisco Mint.

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The obverse of each coin features the 1932 portrait of George Washington by John Flanagan with the “P,” “D,” or “S” mintmark for the Philadelphia, Denver, and San Francisco mints, respectively.

The reverse of each coin features George Rogers Clark leading his men toward Fort Sackville with the inscriptions GEORGE ROGERS CLARK, INDIANA, 2017, and E PLURIBUS UNUM. The reverse was designed by Frank Morris, Artistic Infusion Program designer, and engraved by Michael Gaudioso, U.S. Mint sculptor-engraver.




The three coins are held in a strong plastic card and are presented in packaging that features a high-quality photo of George Rogers Clark National Historical Park. Each set comes with a description of the coin and the park along with a certificate of authenticity. The George Rogers Clark National Historical Park 2017 Quarter, Three-Coin Set is the fifth in the series of America the Beautiful Quarters in 2017 and the 40th in the series overall. For more information on the George Rogers Clark National Historical Park 2017 Quarter, Three-Coin Set and other products offered by the United States Mint, please visit their website.

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  1. KEITHSTER says

    Have never gotten any of these but they do look alright to each their own! I seem to prefer the unc rolls from the bank which should be out soon? Though the proof does look nice but as others say it needs the other S? But that would keep the rolls from rolling out!!! Well Good Luck All”>”>”>”>”>”>”
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  2. ips_stuff says

    @rick,

    saw this link in the last post.
    Now link me to something there that is worth buying, I have looked at the list twice. I think in the past we have seen some Annual sets, like Proof sets or Mint sets pulled at year end, but not this year. Correct me if I am wrong on this fact. I am glad to see they are pull some of the stuff that goes back to 2009 & 2010, I think if you wanted it, you had plenty of time to get it.

  3. datadave says

    @ips_stuff

    I agree, most of this is old stuff. The most interesting items in my mind are the 2017 commemorative coins, a lot of which might set modern lows for sales. Also it will be fun to see if the first spouse gold coins surge at all (I don’t think they will).

  4. says

    Haha.., ye be so forgetful..,

    The PUMPERS are back in season..,

    PUMP, PUMP, PUMP…

    PUMP those potential new low key First Spouse coins so your few Eleanor UNC’s will retain there low key status..,

    Sad!

    Not a buyer, not an owner of a single one any longer, you all have fun throwing good money after bad on these FS coins

    Expect more PUMPING for the next 45 days.., Its PUMP season here on MNB

  5. says

    firststarman – LESPS toning you ask?

    YES, my 2012 and 2013 are a TOTAL WASTE.

    Yellow and coyote tan toning on all, it’s from the printed cardboard from within the case.., and the coins are disgustingly ugly.

    $139 degraded to below spot silver.., Utter Waste,

  6. says

    datadave says – (I don’t think they will).

    I’ll take you up on that bet, Sir.

    Here’s how this WILL go down –

    1. On Tuesday, 26 December, Cag will once again kindly post the sales #’s.

    2. That evening, about 500 of you all will buy 750 of those losers in 48 hours,

    3. On Wednesday or Thursday, 3-4 January, the sales #’s will finally come out due to the NY holiday, and then a bunch of you all will freak out and make a made dash to the post office to return your now 2,000 sold UNC FS coin for a refund

    4. Then they’ll be complete speculation on this blog for a FULL WEEK as to how many returned their coins and whether they’ll be a new low, or Eleanor will retain her low mintage crown

    4a. Many will be sweating bullets!

    5. I’ll be sitting on the sidelines LMAO ’cause this stuff is just hilarious

    6. At the end of the day.., the guarantee is that it all just won’t matter, ’cause ya should have sunk that premium into straight up Bullion.

    7. Gentlemen, start your engines.., the 45 day count down to looneytown has commenced!

  7. datadave says

    @KCSO – That’s exactly why I said it would be fun to see! Bullion will be a better bet than any of the last chance items. I hope the speculator’s returns get lost in the mail (no insult intended to earthling).

  8. cagcrisp says

    A LOT of items have been eliminated from this weeks sales report.

    2 item that were eliminated are somewhat troubling to me.

    52 sales items that Appeared last week are now Not Listed…

  9. cagcrisp says

    Some items that have been on the sales report SHOULD have been eliminated MONTHS ago and have not and Some that should have been listed a few more weeks have Now Disappeared…

  10. cagcrisp says

    17XA 2017 AM LIBERTY 24K GOLD 1 OZ 25,957 + 112
    17XB 2017 AM LIBERTY SILVER MEDAL (P) 50,537 +544
    17XC 2017 225TH ANN ENHANCED UNC SET 210,710 (79)
    17XD 2017 AM LIBERTY SILVER 4-MEDAL SET 26,389 +113

  11. cagcrisp says

    16AN 2016 ATB SILVER UNC 5 OZ – FT MLTR 17,659 + 16
    17AJ 2017 ATB SILVER UNC 5 OZ – EFF MNDS 16,108 +25
    17AK 2017 ATB SILVER UNC 5 OZ – DOUGLASS 16,191 + 42
    17AL 2017 ATB SILVER UNC 5 OZ – OZARK 15,694 +65
    17AM 2017 ATB SILVER UNC 5 OZ – ELLIS ISLAND 16,753 +109

  12. cagcrisp says

    These will be gone at year end and they Should have been gone at year end 2016…

    16XA 2016 WALKING LIBERTY 24K GOLD .5OZ 64,686 +48
    16XC 2016 STANDING LIBERTY 24K GOLD .25OZ 90,641 +81

  13. cagcrisp says

    16EA 2016 AM EAGLE SILVER PROOF 1 OZ 575,403 + 334
    16EB 2016 AM EAGLE GOLD PROOF 1 OZ 23,795 + 4
    16EC 2016 AM EAGLE GOLD PROOF 1/2 OZ 5,803 + 30

    16EG 2016 AM EAGLE SILVER UNC 1 OZ 210,073 +1,446

  14. cagcrisp says

    17EA 2017 AM EAGLE SILVER PROOF 1 OZ 331,822 +2,726

    17EB 2017 AM EAGLE GOLD PROOF 1 OZ 7,075 +96
    17EC 2017 AM EAGLE GOLD PROOF 1/2 OZ 1,880 +58
    17ED 2017 AM EAGLE GOLD PROOF 1/4 OZ 2,976 +55
    17EF 2017 AM EAGLE GOLD PROOF 4-COIN SET 9,732 + 630

    17EG 2017 AM EAGLE SILVER UNC 1 OZ 128,904 + 555

    17EL 2017 AM BUFFALO GOLD PROOF 1 OZ 14,234 + 103

  15. cagcrisp says

    17CA 2017 BOYS TOWN GOLD PROOF 1,448 + 9
    17CB 2017 BOYS TOWN GOLD UNC 2,252 +20
    17CC 2017 BOYS TOWN SILVER PROOF 24,240 + 159
    17CD 2017 BOYS TOWN SILVER UNC 10,121 + 50
    17CE 2017 BOYS TOWN CLAD PROOF 16,623 + 65
    17CF 2017 BOYS TOWN CLAD UNC 14,437 + 47
    17CG 2017 BOYS TOWN 3-COIN SET 5,201 +17

    17CH 2017 LIONS CLUBS SILVER PROOF 65,824 +109
    17CJ 2017 LIONS CLUBS SILVER UNC 16,644 + 25

  16. cagcrisp says

    JQ1 2015 FS GOLD PROOF 1/2 OZ – TRUMAN 2,720 –
    JQ2 2015 FS GOLD UNC 1/2 OZ – TRUMAN 1,917 +1
    JQ4 2015 FS GOLD UNC 1/2 OZ – EISENHWR 2,069 +2
    JQ8 2015 FS GOLD UNC 1/2 OZ – JOHNSON 1,859 +3

    16SA 2016 FS GOLD PROOF 1/2 OZ – NIXON 2,607 +1
    16SB 2016 FS GOLD UNC 1/2 OZ – NIXON 1,698 +3
    16SC 2016 FS GOLD PROOF 1/2 OZ – FORD 2,425 –
    16SD 2016 FS GOLD UNC 1/2 OZ – FORD 1,679 +5
    16SE 2016 FS GOLD PROOF 1/2 OZ – REAGAN 3,475 +5
    16SF 2016 FS GOLD UNC 1/2 OZ – REAGAN 1,938 –

  17. KCSO says

    Sooooo.., those wascally wabbits at the mint pulled the two gold ones we’re all most interested in seeing the sales adjustment this week?

    Nice!

  18. cagcrisp says

    @KCSO, “Sooooo.., those wascally wabbits at the mint pulled the two gold ones we’re all most interested in seeing the sales adjustment this week?”

    YOU will never know until it’s too late…

  19. KCSO says

    They pull that stunt come 31 December, then scratch #3 above –

    And insert “pandemonium will break out”.

    That would liven things up a bit!

  20. NCM Collector says

    I am so done speculating. I purchased what I like and do not want to be stuck with overstock for years.
    One commem left to pick up.
    Here’s to higher prices … next year.

  21. Old Big Bird says

    cagcrisp –

    Yes good observation on all of the items that are not missing. Some have been tracking some of these and they would always have a small amount of sales ATB cir and ATB unc and Pres Unc sets
    Also the 2017 Limited Silver Proof set has now had negative sales 3 weeks in a row.
    Thanks for all of your efforts.

  22. earthling says

    The way I see it is most are still in the Market to flip now or at sometime in the future. The only problem is …. who do you flip to? All the money doggs are in to Wall St and the tulipcurrency … I mean Cryptocurrency scams.

    No one wants Coins. Except maybe matured pogs fans.

    😣

    🙈🙉🙊

  23. Dustyroads says

    The USM is hiding the 17EH mintage.

    I don’t know why they would think they have to do that, everyone knows sells have been dropping off.
    Who do they think they’re hiding it from, themselves?

    Oh well, I guess it helps them to save face. However, facts cannot be denied.

  24. Ndjay says

    I have a question.
    Why do they remove the 1 oz burnished gold eagle from the product schedule after it has is sold out. 2016’s is gone too.

  25. Leo S. says

    FS Followers and Those that Hate them

    Praise the Lord that the FS nightmare is over. I was one of the idiots who collected them all and now I must wait till bullion prices go up so I can break ever. It seemed like a good idea at the time but boy was I wrong. Maybe some day collectors will be interested in them but I won’t be around to see it. I guess the younger generations are not as interested in history as us old War Babies. I’ll spend my funds on the 5oz Parks till that series is over and then that’s it.

    Best of luck to all those brave (foolish) soles that also collected this set.

    Leo S.

  26. cagcrisp says

    Let me weigh in on the FS debate…

    1. The 4 coin AGE proof set is getting close to having a SO
    2. Today’s 4 coin AGE proof set numbers shows sales of 630 @ $2,982.50 = $1,878,975 in a week
    3. This is the 3rd Strongest weekly sales number since Launch, and Strongest numbers in 34 weeks
    4. This 4 coin set is in itself not an All Time Low mintage, however, there is a Possibility that this will be a winner. (Possibility…Stars have to align)
    5. It’s a Possibility worth playing
    6. To get to Low Mintage Wonder for Nixon uncirculated it only takes $154,160
    7. To get to Low Mintage Wonder for Ford uncirculated it only takes $169,740
    8. Someone (s) is willing to spend $1,878,975 for Not an All Time Low mintage and it only takes less than a Tenth of that to be in the drivers seat for a Low Mintage Wonder
    7. …SO….From my point of view, it is a no brainer to play the lucrative free return policy that the Mint offers at year end to play Nixon vs. Ford vs. Eleanor
    8. …SO…Long term it doesn’t matter but Pumpers gotta Pump…

  27. Jerry Diekmann says

    How many people would really like to have a Melvin Jones silver dollar for Christmas? Don’t all raise your hands at once.

  28. Jerry Diekmann says

    The Post Office did a nicer job of commemorating this event on its 150th anniversary in 1929 than the Mint has done 88 years later. You can buy the original stamp for about $10.00 and get a refrigerator magnet of the event for about half the price. Check out this link: https://images.bonanzastatic.com/afu/images/0e35/3024/54fb_5046384934/__1.jpg

    Why not show the memorial itself instead of three guys with guns? All we need are more coins with guns and military themes. The constant portrayal of sports and military themes, and now PC portrayals of civic organizations, is getting long in the tooth, IMO.

  29. Jerry Diekmann says

    KCSO – you are right in what you are saying. With VERY FEW exceptions, all the Mint products being sold will eventually move downward to just above bullion value and the numismatic value will be nil. And the Mint is seeing fewer buyers every year as they try different gimmicks for selling bullion coins at tremendous premiums, so don’t look for increasing demand in the future. It’s even worse when you think of all those collectors and investors who have paid to try and get their coins slabbed as 70s; now 69s are just bullion – something very wrong in the hobby has happened. Reminds me about the story of a goose that laid golden eggs. This hobby looks like it is in a death spiral

  30. KCSO says

    Leo S – don’t beat yourself up too badly over that judgement call.., we all make the best decision(s) with the information we have at hand.

    Every regular on the blog, I guarantee it, has made a big, big mistake..,if not, they’re lying.

    I’ll do you one better.., I recently bought some GE stock that I’ll gladly trade for your FS coins.., talk about a bonehead, misinformed decision.., oh well.., at least it’ll break even in a couple of years.., two decades before the Liberty 4-medal set!

  31. Rick says

    Boystown unc. Betty Ford unc. Patricia Nixon unc.

    Historically low mintage + free 7 day return+ confirmed sale end date= Flippers’ paradise

    Just my two cents.

  32. cagcrisp says

    @Leo S, I agreed that you shouldn’t beat yourself up too bad. As KCSO says we all make Mistakes

    @ Jerry Diekmann, I Agree with everything you just posted. Sums up my feelings

    @KCSO. I bought GE a week or so ago , was Up Monday morning when they cut the dividend, went for a 7 miler, got home listened to stockholders meeting and sold Yesterday afternoon with a 4% Loss. You Hope “it’ll break even in a couple of years “…

  33. datadave says

    In response to the UNC Gold Eagle disappearing from the product schedule, web site, and sales report, I think this is just another example of sloppy work by the mint. They told someone to remove it and they just cut it out completely. I’m amazed how many people on this blog think there is some reason behind every move the mint makes. I think half the time it is just random people doing random things.

    Unfortunately while that might have worked when they had no competition, they have a lot of it now and they are facing a declining market. Sales and profits will hit 10 year lows this year and they need to get their act together.

    They are still making some good moves, but if they don’t grow their collector base they have a tough road ahead.

  34. Mintman says

    It may not be the case of the 2017-W American Eagle Gold Unc, but it appears that when there is a huge last minute rush to purchase hundreds of units and force a sellout—-there also is a need for these buyer/flippers to confirm the low sales/mintage prior to the return period expiring.
    It’s funny how the sales figures on some offerings are suddenly not available….is the USM trying to discourage a flood of returns?

  35. Dustyroads says

    No, of course not. The USM simply does not want to bring any more attention to floundering sales.

  36. Tinto says

    Too bad the Mint could not issue the NA $1 C&C set for 2017 (and beyond it seems) … one would have thought with 250k EU $1 minted for the EU set that it would be less of a hassle than to mint specifically for the lower mintage C&C set … that was the only product I was buying regularly and I like it because it provided a little story behind the coin’s design and it wasn’t at a rip off price IMO … and could even have been a starting point for some young collectors who aren’t Richie Rich .. but the Mint seems only to be going for the big name home run stuff like pricey commems with crappy designs and precious metal (except proof APE) products with some designs lifted from decades past (probably easier to copy ’em while they’re still in usable state I guess) and issued without change for decades thereafter … and the Mint’s gonna wonder why their customer (collectors anyway) is shrinking … well they seem only to cater to their big boy buyers like the AP’s who really don’t care about designs or stuff … only that they can quickly flip for a profit .. JMO .. the only pricey product I wanna buy is the Moon Landing … and only one denomination since they will all have the same design ..

  37. MarkInFlorida says

    Does anyone have any thought on the end of year direction of silver and gold prices? 2018 eagles are available for pre-order. But will they be cheaper or higher later???

  38. Donnie says

    There is little doubt that many of the First Spouse collectors reached the point of no return, leaving them little choice but to plow on and complete their sets. I don’t think there are may FS collectors with half completed or 3/4 completed sets. Despite these individuals continuing to bleed money on their purchases, the drive to have a complete set won out.

  39. Dustyroads says

    In all honesty, the mint most likely just inadvertently alouwed production figures to come down for the 17 EH when they pulled the product page. I mean hey, i’ll give them the benefit of the doubt. With that said, the mint should put the figures back up so that the space can be used for what it was designed for.

  40. Dustyroads says

    Mark, retailers are hurting right now due to slow sales. There’s just simply nothing on the horizon to cause PM’s to spike, unless i’m Missing something.

  41. Anthony says

    Tinto, if you will be getting just one of the 4 different denominations of the 2019 Apollo 11 coins which one will you get? 5 oz. silver, silver $1, clad 50¢ or the $5 gold? Hopefully precious metals will be lower than today’s PM quotes so we can all save a few shekels!

  42. Jerry Diekmann says

    Tinto – you’re right in all that you are saying. Mostly poor designs and excessive premiums, coupled with no reasonable chance of ever seeing the Mint’s products ever rising in value translates to very bad times ahead for this hobby. And we don’t even need all the circulating coins being produced now anyway. Cents and nickels are basically worthless coins that cost more to produce than their intrinsic worth. This should be a no-brainer for Congress and the Mint – stop making these coins. And stop making $1.00 bills and use up all those dollar coins that are sitting in the Treasury vaults. Unlike the Morgan dollars, these coins have no intrinsic worth, so they are never going to appreciate in value. If there would be confusion between the “golden” dollars, which tarnish very quickly and the SBA dollar coins, solve the problem by simply melting the SBA coins and using the metal to produce dimes and quarters. This nation only needs three circulating coins – the dime, quarter, and dollar. The half dollar is no longer used so it should be discontinued, IMO.

  43. Jerry Diekmann says

    Anthony – Not trying to answer for Tinto, but I would only buy the silver dollar and the clad half dollar. That’s the same thing I did with the baseball coins. Especially when the designs are the same.

    And to add to my early post, issue future commemorative coins in silver but as half dollar coins, as was done in 1982 and during the earlier run of commemoratives which ended in 1954. Incidentally, the classical commems, as they are somewhat strangely called, there being very little classic about them other than the Oregon Trail and Connecticut coins, were becoming uglier as time went on, and the Treasury finally called the whole thing off. It would be a lot easier on collectors’ pocketbooks too.

    If there is an uglier coin than the Washington-Carver set, which I would never buy, even if they sold at bullion) it would have to be the 1995 Eunice Kennedy dollar (another commem I would never consider buying, even if it was offered at below bullion – there has to be a negative value associated with sheer ugliness, IMO.

  44. mintman says

    A few years back, on a “Last Chance” sale that will go unmentioned, a group of us sucked up all remaining quantities of one issue – and it went dark (unavailable). Thinking we played it correctly and having scored a obvious winner – the USM came back and “limited” our standing purchases…..orders that had already been taken and authorized, to about 20% of original ordered quantities…..in their words “to ensure fair distribution”.
    All BS my friends, all BS. This is a big game, you may do well here and there, but the house will always win.
    And don’t think for a moment they wouldn’t withhold numbers if it meant discouraging returns.

  45. Tinto says

    @Anthony

    If the Mint goes with the CCAC and CFA recommended design (Artist 167) I’ll get the 5oz. If not, then the $1 or the 50 cent. Really hope the PMs will be lower then …

  46. Tinto says

    @Jerry Diekmann

    The half dollar should be the first to go away from circulation .. and I wonder how much it is costing the Mint to store and protect all those dollar coins.. putting them into circulation would free up the space (wonder how much in terms of sq footage) and that could be used for other purposes .. but until and unless Congress really starts kicking butts.. the Mint isn’t going to do anything that would inconvenience them .. IMO …

  47. Tinto says

    @Jerry Diekmann

    I meant.. the half dollar should be discontinued totally .. and the cent too .. the new ones just turn black after a while …

  48. Tinto says

    @Jerry Diekmann

    Yeah the designs have gotten so bad for the most part .. the only thing the Mint has been “good” at is to trot out decades old design that they can basically copy onto modern day PM coins ….. maybe the Mint should use part of the space freed up from the release of the stored dollars for remedial training in design and engraving and … (but it won’t happen since the Mint is a monopoly and they like things to stay just the way they are) all IMO .. hopefully they won’t screw up the Moon Landing design when it goes on the coins … (aargh)

  49. Jerry Diekmann says

    Tinto – we could get rid of the cent, nickel, and half dollar, and they wouldn’t be missed; the dime is the new cent (true in purchasing power); round everything to the nearest dime; anything ending in 0 thru 4 = round down; 5 thru 9 = round up; simple and fair.

    I wonder if people are forgetting we already have a decent moon landing coin – actually lots of them – the 1971 to 1974, and 1977-78 Ike dollars, and the SBA dollars, although I never understood the connection between Susan B. Anthony and the moon landing. So we already have moon landing dollars, and the 1971-74 ones can be acquired in 40% silver.

  50. Tinto says

    @Jerry Diekmann

    On the moon landing, maybe people forgot because the earlier dollars were not specifically issued as a commemorative and the landings were fairly recent then .. last was in Dec 1972 so people probably thought “M’eh ..okay..” and maybe they thought there might be a continuation soonish … but now 50 years will have passed by 2019 without any prospect of there being another one in the near future (for the US anyway) JMO and I think the recommended design is great for a 5oz, hopefully the Mint will get cracking on it and not whine like they did with the Platinum design “The dude with the sword”

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