June 29 is the official sales launch by the United States Mint
for the Uncirculated 2017-W American Eagle silver
dollar. The coin goes on sale at noon Eastern Time.
Last minted in 1909, Indian Head cent still a
Our first monthly issue of the summer is rich with Indian Head cent
insights, along with “State quarters” for world coin collectors — a
The issue’s release price is $44.95 per coin. The issue has no
product limit or household ordering limit. The price charged is the
same that is being assessed for the 2016-W issue currently available.
The Uncirculated American Eagle 1-ounce .999 fine silver coin is one
of the annual products that can be pre-ordered under the Mint’s
Enrollment Program in advance of the launch date. Credit cards, for
customers exercising this option, are not charged before the order
ships after the product’s release.
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On its May 14 sales report, the U.S. Mint indicates it has sold a
total of 196,106 single Uncirculated 2016-W American Eagle silver dollars.
The Uncirculated 2016-W American Eagle silver dollar is also
included in the five-coin 2016 Uncirculated Dollar Coin Set. Currently
offered at $49.95, that set contains the Uncirculated American Eagle
silver dollar from the West Point Mint; an Uncirculated Mint set
quality 2016-D Native American dollar from the Denver Mint, and three
Uncirculated Mint set finish 2016-P Presidential dollars featuring the
final three coins in the Presidential $1 Coin Program, commemorating
Presidents Richard M. Nixon, Gerald R. Ford, and Ronald Reagan. The
May 14 report indicates sales of 16,784 of the 2016 sets.
The Mint has not announced a release date for a 2017 dollar coin
set, or whether such a set will be offered.