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Mint set to roll out new products

The U.S. Mint begins sales April 7 for the 2009 Presidential $1 Coin and First Spouse Medal Set for William Henry Harrison.

Priced at $7.95, the set features an uncirculated Harrison dollar and an Anna Harrison First Spouse bronze medal that features a design based on the gold coin design.

The coin and medal are encased in a durable plastic card.

On April 14 the District of Columbia First Day Coin Cover will be offered. Price is not yet revealed, but last year’s covers were priced at $14.95 each.

On April 28 the Puerto Rico First Day Coin Cover will go on sale.

These offerings follow the April 2 offering of the 2009 eight-coin Presidential dollar uncirculated set priced at $15.95 that contains examples of coins from both Denver and Philadelphia.

On March 30 bags and rolls of the Puerto Rican quarter went on sale.

A two-roll set is $32.95. It contains one roll (40 coins) each from the Denver and Philadelphia Mints.

Bags of 100 coins are $32.95 each and bags of 1,000 coins are $309.95 each.

On March 26 the Louis Braille Bicentennial silver dollar went on sale.

The uncirculated version of the coin is $31.95 and the proof version is $37.95.

On March 23 the United States Mint 2009 District of Columbia and U.S. Territories Quarters Silver Proof Set™ became available for $29.95 each. The set features all six 2009 quarters and each is made of 90 percent silver alloy.

For more information, shipping charges and order limits, check the Web site at www.usmint.gov., or telephone (800) USA-MINT.

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