ANA World’s Fair of Money first stop to get limited-edition Enhanced Uncirculated set

Numismatic product debuts Aug. 1, same day Mint offers online and by phone
By , Coin World
Published : 07/07/17
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Collectors and dealers attending the American Numismatic Association World’s Fair of Money in Denver Aug. 1 to 5 will be the first to have the limited-edition 10-coin 225th Anniversary Enhanced Uncirculated Coin set in hand directly after purchase.

The U.S. Mint plans to have the sets available for sale at the Denver convention beginning the opening day of the show. Mint officials have not announced if there will be purchasing restrictions at the show. 

For those not attending the convention, the sets become available at noon Eastern Time Aug. 1, online at or by telephone at 800-872-6468. Hearing and speech-impaired customers with TTY equipment may telephone 888–321–6468.

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The San Francisco Mint is currently producing the coins for the limited-edition 10-coin set, with each coin to exhibit an Enhanced Uncirculated finish.

The 2017-S Enhanced Uncirculated Coin set is limited to a release of 225,000 sets, but no household ordering limit is in place. No pricing for the set was available as of July 7. The coins will be available only in the set and will not be included in any other numismatic product in 2017.

All of the coins will bear the San Francisco Mint’s S Mint mark.

The set is being issued in conjunction with the U.S. Mint’s yearlong celebration in 2017 of the bureau’s 225th anniversary — hence, the 225,000-set limit.

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Older Comments (2)
In 2014, after the gold Kennedy half dollar first day sales debacle, the ANA & U.S. Mint agreed to never again sell a limited edition coin or set at the ANA coin shows or any coin shows to be fair to all. Did they forget that they signed agreements about this due in large part to liability insurance issues?! Bad situation!
To Numisdudetx, With only 225,000 sets available, who knows how many sets will be sold at the show.