The Mint has updated several of its web-catalog pages with pricing, images, and other information collectors have been waiting for.
The 2016 Limited Edition Silver Proof Set (#16RC) has been priced at $139.95. Each set contains 90% fine silver Proof versions of each of the year’s clad circulating denominations, all struck at the San Francisco Mint: the Roosevelt dime, the Kennedy half dollar, and each of the five 2016 America the Beautiful quarter dollars (Shawnee National Forest in Illinois, Cumberland Gap National Historical Park in Kentucky, Harpers Ferry National Historical Park in West Virginia, Theodore Roosevelt National Park in North Dakota, and Fort Moultrie / Fort Sumter National Monument in South Carolina). It also contains a 2016 American Eagle 1-ounce silver Proof coin, struck at West Point in 99.9% fine silver. The edge of all 2016 silver Eagles is incused with the lettering 30th ANNIVERSARY, in honor of three decades of the ASE program. The coins are housed in a transparent lens within a presentation box, and come with a certificate of authenticity. The product limit is 50,000; there is no household order limit. The sets, which contain a total of 2.73 ounces of silver, will be available for purchase on November 25.
The American Eagle 2016 silver Uncirculated coin (#16EG) has been priced at $44.95. Struck at West Point and housed in a blue presentation box with certificate of authenticity, the 99.9% fine coins contain 1 troy ounce of silver. Available for purchase on December 1, the coins have no mintage limit or household order limit.
The Fort Moultrie (Fort Sumter National Monument) 2016 Uncirculated 5-ounce silver coin (#16AN) has been priced at $149.95, with a mintage limit of 30,000 and no household order limit. This is the fifth coin in the 2016 lineup for the America the Beautiful series, which honors national parks and historic monuments in each of the 50 states, five territories, and the District of Columbia. The 5-ounce Uncirculated coin, which is housed in a black box and comes with certificate of authenticity, will be available for purchase on December 8. The Fort Moultrie three-coin quarter set (#16AH), containing an Uncirculated coin from each of the Philadelphia, Denver, and San Francisco mints, is priced at $9.95. Each set is enclosed in a durable plastic card with information about the site and a certificate of authenticity printed on the back. There are no product or household order limits on these sets, which will be available on December 5.
Finally, the Walking Liberty 2016 Centennial Gold Coin (#16XA) has been officially priced at $865. Struck in 99.99% fine gold, the coin contains 1/2 troy ounce of precious metal. It will be released tomorrow, November 17, at noon. Its mintage limit is 70,000; the order limit is 3. ❑
This post was updated on Nov. 16 at 2:15 p.m. to add the official WLH price now posted on the Mint’s website.