First-day sales Dec. 14 for the five-coin 2016 Annual Uncirculated Dollar Coin Set totaled
12,069. Through Dec. 19, cumulative sales reached 12,988.
The sets have no household ordering or product limits and are
offered at $49.95.
While none of the 2016 coins in the set can be produced after Dec.
31, the U.S. Mint is not prohibited from selling the sets in calendar
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This five–coin set contains three Uncirculated 2016-P Presidential
dollars; one Uncirculated 2016-D Native American dollar; and an
Uncirculated 2016-W American Eagle silver dollar.
The Uncirculated 2016-P Presidential dollars feature individual
obverse portraits of Presidents Richard M. Nixon, Gerald R. Ford and
The portraits are paired with the common series reverse depicting a
rendering of the Statue of Liberty by U.S. Mint Sculptor-Engraver
Donald Everhart II.
The reverse of the Uncirculated 2016-D Native American dollar in the
set commemorates the contributions of the Native American Code Talkers
in World War I and World War II. The design features two helmets — one
each of the type used in World War I and World War II.
Behind the helmets are two feathers that form a “V,” symbolizing
victory, unity, and the important role that the code talkers played in
both world wars.
The reverse is paired with sculptor Glenna Goodacre’s Sacagawea
design used on the Sacagawea dollar obverse from 2000 through 2008
inclusive, and continued on the Native American dollar series
beginning in 2009.
The Uncirculated 2016-W American Eagle silver dollar exhibits an
edge inscription, 30TH ANNIVERSARY on one third of the edge denoting
the series’ 30th anniversary. The remainder of the edge is plain.
The Uncirculated American Eagle silver dollar is also available as
an individual coin option.