Holiday 2015 gift catalogs offering numismatic products from the United States Mint
have been mailed to a combined total of 1.5 million Mint customers and
Mint spokesman Michael White said Nov. 24 that 1 million of the
catalogs were mailed to U.S. Mint customers and another 500,000 to
addresses from rented mailing lists.
The catalog sent to Mint customers features the 2015 Native American
dollar against a backdrop of a sepia-colored wintry scene. The
predominantly red-cover catalog mailing to non-customers illustrates
the 2015 American Liberty High Relief $100 gold coin.
The product offerings inside the catalogs are the same, according to White.
Gold products include the 2015 American Liberty High Relief $100
coin; Proof 2015-W American Buffalo $50 coin and the single-coin
options for the four sizes of Proof 2015-W American Eagles; and 2015-W
Proof and Uncirculated First Spouse $10 coins depicting Bess Truman,
Mamie Eisenhower, Jacqueline Kennedy and Claudia "Lady Bird" Johnson.
Commemorative coins available in the catalog are the 2015 March of
Dimes silver dollar and the 2015 U.S. Marshals Service 225th
Anniversary gold $5 half eagle, silver dollar and copper-nickel clad
Other products include the Proof and Uncirculated 2015-W American
Eagle silver dollars; 2015 Birth, Congratulations and Happy Birthday
coin sets; Uncirculated 2015-P America the Beautiful 5-ounce
silver coins; 2015 Presidential $1 Coin and First Spouse Medal sets
for the Trumans, Eisenhowers and Johnsons; 2015 Presidential $1
Four-coin sets from the Philadelphia and Denver Mints; 2015-S Proof
and Silver Proof sets; 2015 Uncirculated Mint set; 2015 America the
Beautiful Quarters Three-Coin sets; 2015 America the Beautiful
Quarters Proof and Silver Proof sets; 2015 American Presidency $1 Coin
Covers; 2014 and 2015 Presidential $1 Coin Proof sets; and bronze
duplicates of congressional gold medals, featuring the American
Fighter Aces, Tuskegee Airmen, Monuments Men and Dr. Martin Luther
King Jr. and Coretta Scott King.
Visit the U.S. Mint online for more on the individual product offerings.