Woodrow Wilson Presidential Dollar Rolls, Bags, and Boxes

Today, October 17, 2013 at 12:00 Noon ET, the United States Mint will begin accepting orders for circulating quality 2013 Woodrow Wilson Presidential Dollars. These will be available in rolls, bags, and boxes containing an array of quantities of coins with either the “P” or “D” mint mark.

Woodrow Wilson Presidential Dollar

The Woodrow Wilson Dollar features a portrait of the president designed and sculpted by Don Everhart. The inscriptions include “Woodrow Wilson”, “In God We Trust”, “28th President”, and the dates served “1913-1921”. The reverse design of the coin features the Statue of Liberty and was also designed and sculpted by Don Everhart. The inscriptions include “United States of America” and the denomination expressed as “$1”. The motto “E Pluribus Unum”, the “2013” date, and the mint mark appear on the edge of the coin.

This marks the 28th overall release for the Presidential Dollars Program which began in 2007. This will be the final release of the series for this year. Since 2012, the coins of the series have not been issued for general circulation, but are only available within numismatic products offered by the United States Mint.

The products which go on sale today include circulating quality examples of the coin struck at the Philadelphia and Denver Mint facilities. There are 25-coin rolls priced at $32.95 each, 100-coin bags priced at $111.95 each, 250-coin boxes priced at $275.95 each, and 500-coin boxes priced at $550.95 each available containing coins from either mint facility. All products feature packaging which contains the name of the President, the face value of the contents, and the mint mark.

There are no stated product limits or maximum mintages.The US Mint has previously released preliminary production figures for the Woodrow Wilson Dollars indicating production of 3.36 million coins at the Denver Mint and 4.62 million coins at the Philadelphia Mint.  It is possible that additional production may take place before the end of the year.

The US Mint indicates that the products will remain available for one year from the initial release date or until inventory is depleted at an earlier date. There have been some early sell outs for previously released 2013 Presidential Dollar products. All of the 100-coin bags for William McKinley, Theodore Roosevelt, and William Howard Taft have sold out.

This represents the US Mint’s first product release in nearly one month. The last release was for the Fort McHenry 3 Coin Set back on September 19. Looking ahead, the next scheduled product release is for the Mount Rushmore bags and rolls on November 4.

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  1. KEITHSTER says

    Ah a new meaning to the term a woody so I’ll have to get some of those! But not yet too much other stuff to work on:) Good luck all:>

  2. Dan in Fla says

    The gold half ounce coins are on the horizon. Scheduled to came out 11/14/13 with Gold coin number one.

  3. TMMSR0127 says


    Thanks for pointing out that the first spouse gold will be available in November… It is about time, but boy is my wallet going to be sore. I have been collecting both the PR and the UNC, 10 coins is going to be so painful, oh well, it is only money, right??? LOL

  4. ABC says

    Looking at the release schedule for the First Spouse gold coins, it appears that a couple of them will probably be released in 2014. These coins are dated 2013. Will this be the first time in the mint’s modern history where a coin will be released with previous year’s date on it?

  5. Ray says

    Looks like they’re gonna get them all listed in 2013. Every 2 weeks following 12/2 is my best guess

  6. KEITHSTER says

    What makes you think they’ll what till next year? with a new release every week or so they still have time left to get them out. Sure they will be for sale all next year but that’s how long it’s going to take some of us to get up that kind of dough! Well atleast they didn’t wait any longer or it would have been every couple of days:) Good luck money hunting:>

  7. ABC says

    There’s 5 spouses for this year.
    Roosevelt in 11/21
    Taft in 12/2
    That’s about 10 days in between each release. If they follow this spacing between each release, they might make it before 2014. But, there’s still a chance, if there are any delays, the last one or two won’t be coming out till 2014.

  8. KEITHSTER says

    Ya but between the 1st. and 2nd. is only 7 days so any thing goes? Anybody wanting the proff 1oz AGE might want to try for it now should be in it’s final backorder don’t think they’ll make any more of those as there still in the 4-pack! Good luck all :>

  9. Brother DKE says

    Worst president ever. Put in the Federal Reverse Bank, IRS, and income tax. Everything you need to destroy a free society. Wilson was bought and paid for by the banksters. I pass on this coin big time.

  10. Micro says

    Regarding the 2013 1st Spouse coins being released in 2014, this is not unprecedented. All of the 2010 AtB 5 oz were delayed until 2011.

  11. Jerry Diekmann says

    Brother – If Wilson was so bad, what are you going to do next year when you have Harding, Coolidge, and Hoover? Or maybe these men were great and its FDR, like Wilson a Democrat, whom you hate? I’m not a big fan of Wilson, either, but he was better than the three guys who followed him.

    ABC – the Thomas Jefferson 250th birth commemorative was issued in 1994, but dated 1993, the actual anniversary. There have been other cases where the date of the commemorative does not match the anniversary – Bill of Rights, Yellowstone, etc.

  12. DNA says

    A few years after Woodrow Wilson signed the Federal Reserve Act:

    “I am a most unhappy man. I have unwittingly ruined my country. A great industrial nation is controlled by its system of credit. Our system of credit is concentrated. The growth of the nation, therefore, and all our activities are in the hands of a few men. We have come to be one of the worst ruled, one of the most completely controlled and dominated Governments in the civilized world no longer a Government by free opinion, no longer a Government by conviction and the vote of the majority, but a Government by the opinion and duress of a small group of dominant men.”
    -Woodrow Wilson

  13. Smiledon says

    @ DNA
    I might as well pile on Wilson. He was not able to stop the British and French from adding the clause that blamed the Germans for WW I. We all know what that lead to.

  14. says

    Woodrow Wilson is on the a 1920 gold dollar struck at the Manila (Philippines) Mint. Philippines mint is the only U.S. Mint that was not on mainland U.S.
    Bronze medals were also struck on the occasion of the opening of the Mint in 1920.

  15. says

    Thanks to you both, was just curious. I couldn’t recall Wilson having been on any, I hadn’t even considered the Philippines Mint might have had him on anything.

  16. says

    The portrait of Woodrow Wilson on his new dollar is a very good sculpted rendition of him. He was one of our better Presidents, IMHO.

  17. David says

    This series is just a big debacle. Worst coin series ever. Seems senseless producing these token-like coins when they just sit in government vaults.

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