The 2015 $1 American Coin and Currency set combining a Native American dollar with a $1 Federal Reserve Note will go on sale on the U.S. Mint website Aug. 24.
Price will be $14.95. The maximum number that will be sold is 90,000. Household order limit will be five sets.
The will contain an enhanced uncirculated dollar coin. The note is a Series 2013 $1 Federal Reserve Note that will have a serial number beginning with “911” on it in honor of the Mohawk Ironworkers’ recovery efforts following the collapse of the World Trade Center twin towers in 2001.
All Mohawk Ironworkers in American history are honored by the reverse design on the coin.
The dollar coin will be struck at West Point.
This is the second such set with an enhanced uncirculated dollar coin.
The first one came in December 2014.
Collectors snapped up all 50,000 as soon as it was learned that the dollar in the set was the first Native American dollar to be given an enhanced uncirculated set.
The 2014 dollar coin was struck at Denver.