The Mint is still aiming for a late October release of its five-coin silver American Eagle 25th anniversary set.
However, no price nor specific issue date was available as this issue went to press,
The anniversary set will include five 1-ounce silver Eagles. There will be an uncirculated San Francisco coin with the “S” mintmark. A reverse proof will be struck at Philadelphia and carry a “P” mintmark. West Point will be represented by a proof and an uncirculated coin, each with a “W” mintmark.
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The fifth coin will be a standard bullion/investor American Eagle issued without a mintmark. It is technically uncirculated, but the Mint only applies the word “uncirculated” to some specially made collector coins. The coin will have a brilliant finish.
The Mint can produce up to 100,000 sets, but that number could edge higher depending on production scheduling at the Philadelphia Mint.
There will be an order limit of five sets per household. Check www.usmint.gov for more information.