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Was the 17,000 Truman reverse proof $1 mintage too low?

Editor Dave Harper wants to know:

Was the 17,000 Truman reverse proof $1 mintage too low?

Let us know your thoughts and feedback on our weekly poll question by entering your comments below or by emailing Dave Harper here: Dave.Harper@fwcommunity.com.

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3 Responses to Was the 17,000 Truman reverse proof $1 mintage too low?

  1. BillKirchmeyer says:

    Too low. The mint should have had a lower household limit instead of allowing so many non-collectors to snap up the available sets just to sell them on eBay for double and triple the release cost. It infuriates me on how short-sighted the decision makers at the U.S. Mint are. Don’t they have any collectors working there that can bring some sense into the process – how do they expect to increase interest in collecting and new products with collectors when they do things like this?

  2. ljd08190819@hotmail.com says:

    As usual the Mint does not think of the everyday collector. The mintage was way too low considering the Truman reverse proof coin. The limit of 5 was too high. I have suggested to them that they let active Mint customers place an order for 1 of the item 1 day before the sale starts for the general public. I hope that the average customer gets some consideration from the Mint.

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