2019 US Mint Product Schedule published...

BackroadJunkieBackroadJunkie Posts: 2,665 ✭✭✭✭✭
edited November 11, 2018 10:03PM in U.S. Coin Forum

Do all government agencies do their data dumps on Friday evening? Sheesh.

2019 US Mint Product Schedule

Obvious things of note (emphasis mine):

Jan 24: Apollo 11 50th Anniversary Commemoratives (All options, including the puck and half dollar set)
Jan 25: Jefferson Silver Presidential Medal
Jan 31: Preamble to the Declaration of Independence 2019 Platinum Proof Coin - Liberty

Feb 13: United States Mint 2019 Rocketship (Part of the kid marketing campaign)

Mar 14: The American Legion 100th Anniversary Commemortives (This should have been the 150th anniversary of the Transcontinental Railroad, but I digress)
Mar 28: United States Mint 2019 Explore and Discover Coin Set (Part of the kid marketing campaign)

Spring 2019: Madison Silver Presidential Medal

Summer 2019: Monroe Silver Presidential Medal
Summer 2019: Native American $1 2019 Coin & Currency Set (P-Mint. And after a two year absence, makes more sense with the Mint and BEP sharing space)

Fall 2019: American Eagle 2019 One Ounce Palladium Reverse Proof Coin (I knew they were going to do this...)
Fall 2019: JQ Adams Silver Presidential Medal
Fall 2019: United States Mint 2019 Youth Coin and Currency Set (S-Mint, part of the kid marketing campaign)

TBD: American Legion 100th Anniversary 2019 Silver Dollar and American Veterans Medal Set
TBD: American Liberty 2019 24K Gold Coin and Silver Medal

TBD: ALL Innobuck releases:
States: Delaware, Georgia, New Jersey, Pennsylvania.
Products: 100 coin bags (P&D), $25 rolls (P&D), Proof and Uncirc set, and individual Reverse Proof dollars.

Plus all the normal annual players, from the Birth set to the 4 coin AGE sets. There will again be two proof ASE's (W and S mint).

And like always, no mintage/product/HHL numbers, yet.

Edit (Nov 11) to add: Not exactly a Mint Store product, Coin World reports the Mint will also release 2019 Palladium bullion...

Comments

  • Big jump in number of products next year.

    2018: 59
    2019: 89

  • BackroadJunkieBackroadJunkie Posts: 2,665 ✭✭✭✭✭

    @Hemispherical said:
    Big jump in number of products next year.

    2018: 59
    2019: 89

    Yeah, the Innobucks are adding over 20 products itself, and for the first time in years, the Mint is offering both commens in all three denominations as well as special sets for each.

    The real question is, am I stupid enough to collect a set of Reverse Proof Innobucks. I will need to see one.

  • @BackroadJunkie said:

    @Hemispherical said:
    Big jump in number of products next year.

    2018: 59
    2019: 89

    Yeah, the Innobucks are adding over 20 products itself, and for the first time in years, the Mint is offering both commens in all three denominations as well as special sets for each.

    The real question is, am I stupid enough to collect a set of Reverse Proof Innobucks. I will need to see one.

    Whatever happened to the introductory coin? Thought there was going to be a “first” in 2018 to start the series; and with all the hoopla with recall for more designs a few months ago. I guess we have this and next month for something.

    Any thoughts about the mint “rarity” that the Director Ryder mentioned? Which product it might be in?

    I am taking the plunge and predicting it is going to be a rotated die (press some coins medallic).

  • BackroadJunkieBackroadJunkie Posts: 2,665 ✭✭✭✭✭

    @Hemispherical said:

    @BackroadJunkie said:

    @Hemispherical said:
    Big jump in number of products next year.

    2018: 59
    2019: 89

    Yeah, the Innobucks are adding over 20 products itself, and for the first time in years, the Mint is offering both commens in all three denominations as well as special sets for each.

    The real question is, am I stupid enough to collect a set of Reverse Proof Innobucks. I will need to see one.

    Whatever happened to the introductory coin? Thought there was going to be a “first” in 2018 to start the series; and with all the hoopla with recall for more designs a few months ago. I guess we have this and next month for something.

    Well, technically, the intro coin wasn't able to be done within the timeframe given, so it may not get the special treatment the law wanted. My guess is it might still show up in the Uncirc/Proof sets. A lot of the innobuck series still seems to be up in the air because of the relatively short notice the law provided. (IIRC, the law stated if the coin couldn't be done with such short notice, it didn't have to be done.)

    Any thoughts about the mint “rarity” that the Director Ryder mentioned? Which product it might be in?

    I am taking the plunge and predicting it is going to be a rotated die (press some coins medallic).

    It's supposed to be a "circulating coin", which probably means injected into commerce, and not in a mint store product. If the mint does this, the coins could sit in rolls for years and not be found. Of course, a "rarity" for the mint could mean a million coins (compared to the circulating coinage they produce), which wouldn't be much of a rarity at all.

    I guessed a couple of weeks back they could do incuse coins. That would keep the coins within the confines of the law and still be noticeable by the common schmuc person. About 50K of each denomination would do it, or maybe as many as one or two die pairs will strike.

    On the other hand, they could strike some coins at West Point, with a "W" mint mark. Or ship a press to Carson City or New Orleans and strike some coins there, which would really light a fire in the collecting world. (Though I'm not sure it would be legal to strike a coin with a "CC" or "O" on it...)

    But to stress, if it's a circulating "coin", it has to remain within the boundaries of our coining laws.

  • BillDugan1959BillDugan1959 Posts: 2,004 ✭✭✭✭✭

    When I was young, the American Legion was still an important institution in all the little towns here in flyover country. I agree that that influence has greatly faded, but I am glad to see the coins.

    I have the 1989 French Five Francs coin in Gold for the Eiffel Tower, and fully expect to obtain the American Legion coin in gold because it also features La Tour Eiffel.

  • COCollectorCOCollector Posts: 698 ✭✭✭✭

    Thanks for the heads-up.

    Hopefully the pricing is reasonable for the Apollo 11 stuff.

  • OnastoneOnastone Posts: 819 ✭✭✭✭

    Thanks @Backroadjunkie !!!! This is always fun to preview! Any "Hot" coins predicted? Perhaps the Palladium again? The Liberty Gold ? Probably the curved moon coin will be super hot for awhile. And I think the Platinum three part series is a sleeper...

    I find myself liking the Presidential Silver Medals.

    So much variety being offered! It seems as we move closer to electronic money, plastic and computer transfers...the mint offers more coinage than ever! How many coins will be in a regular mint set for 2019? Is it back to 14?

  • jabbajabba Posts: 1,399 ✭✭✭

    Looking forward to the Apollo stuff love space

  • I plan on a few items from the mint.

    Apollos; American Legion; maybe the Guam puck - War in the Pacific (would like to see the design on the coin first); and maybe some others.

    The rocketship and youth coin might be good for the grandkid but have to see what it is all about.

  • bestdaybestday Posts: 3,932 ✭✭✭✭

    @BackroadJunkie said:
    Do all government agencies do their data dumps on Friday evening? Sheesh.

    2019 US Mint Product Schedule

    Obvious things of note (emphasis mine):

    Jan 24: Apollo 11 50th Anniversary Commemoratives (All options, including the puck and half dollar set)
    Jan 25: Jefferson Silver Presidential Medal
    Jan 31: Preamble to the Declaration of Independence 2019 Platinum Proof Coin - Liberty

    Feb 13: United States Mint 2019 Rocketship (Part of the kid marketing campaign)

    Mar 14: The American Legion 100th Anniversary Commemortives (This should have been the 150th anniversary of the Transcontinental Railroad, but I digress)
    Mar 28: United States Mint 2019 Explore and Discover Coin Set (Part of the kid marketing campaign)

    Spring 2019: Madison Silver Presidential Medal

    Summer 2019: Monroe Silver Presidential Medal
    Summer 2019: Native American $1 2019 Coin & Currency Set (P-Mint. And after a two year absence, makes more sense with the Mint and BEP sharing space)

    Fall 2019: American Eagle 2019 One Ounce Palladium Reverse Proof Coin (I knew they were going to do this...)
    Fall 2019: JQ Adams Silver Presidential Medal
    Fall 2019: United States Mint 2019 Youth Coin and Currency Set (S-Mint, part of the kid marketing campaign)

    TBD: American Legion 100th Anniversary 2019 Silver Dollar and American Veterans Medal Set
    TBD: American Liberty 2019 24K Gold Coin and Silver Medal

    TBD: ALL Innobuck releases:
    States: Delaware, Georgia, New Jersey, Pennsylvania.
    Products: 100 coin bags (P&D), $25 rolls (P&D), Proof and Uncirc set, and individual Reverse Proof dollars.

    Plus all the normal annual players, from the Birth set to the 4 coin AGE sets. There will again be two proof ASE's (W and S mint).

    And like always, no mintage/product/HHL numbers, yet.

    That PA reverse proof will be some thing to see :o :o :o

  • COCollectorCOCollector Posts: 698 ✭✭✭✭

    Any info describing the "United States Mint 2019 Rocketship"? (Feb 13th).

  • bugbitbugbit Posts: 130 ✭✭✭

    @COCollector said:
    Any info describing the "United States Mint 2019 Rocketship"? (Feb 13th).

    I'm also interested to find out what this is. I'm guessing it's gonna be a rocket shaped piece of cardboard with something common inside, but I've got my fingers crossed for something more interesting to make it worth getting for the kids.

  • TwoSides2aCoinTwoSides2aCoin Posts: 39,727 ✭✭✭✭✭

    @COCollector said:
    Any info describing the "United States Mint 2019 Rocketship"? (Feb 13th).

    Rumor has it that the North Korean Leader will be on it, but I'd wait to find out on Twitter.

  • @bestday said:
    That PA reverse proof will be some thing to see :o :o :o

    I agree. Hope PM prices are low in Fall of 2019. Hmm... maybe not. Or, rather, low on the week that the mint sets the price for the sale date. 🧐

  • AkbeezAkbeez Posts: 1,653 ✭✭✭

    Thanks Backroad -- Innobucks are intriguing but we'll see. I love the pucks but they have to be low mintage (or sexy) to qualify in my collection.

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  • MilesWaitsMilesWaits Posts: 2,977 ✭✭✭✭

    What was the previous “sexy” puck?.

    Waiting for the swell in PM's and surf.
  • ECHOESECHOES Posts: 1,776 ✭✭✭✭✭

    Thanks for the info... :#

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  • BackroadJunkieBackroadJunkie Posts: 2,665 ✭✭✭✭✭

    @Onastone said:
    Thanks @Backroadjunkie !!!! This is always fun to preview! Any "Hot" coins predicted? Perhaps the Palladium again? The Liberty Gold ? Probably the curved moon coin will be super hot for awhile. And I think the Platinum three part series is a sleeper...

    Personally, I think the Apollo 11 commems will do well. I think the puck and the Kennedy half-set will do particularly well. There are a lot of space fans out there. This might be the first time since the BBHoF commems that the gold and silver sell out.

    The RP APdE will do well, people are still on the Pd bandwagon.

    There might be a chance the NA and kid C&C sets might do well. I think it depends on the finish on the coin and the type of FRN they include. And they should be relatively cheap affordable.

    The American Liberty release will probably do as well as the 2017. (I'm not buying any... :wink: )

    I find myself liking the Presidential Silver Medals.

    So do I. They were better struck than I thought they'd be. Still on the fence about collecting a set. (I'm supposed to be shrinking my collection, not expanding it by 37 ozt of silver...)

    So much variety being offered! It seems as we move closer to electronic money, plastic and computer transfers...the mint offers more coinage than ever! How many coins will be in a regular mint set for 2019? Is it back to 14?

    Given I'm almost offended at the idea of the Innobuck, I'm not sure I agree. :D

    And no, I believe the Mint set will remain at 20 coins (the Proof at 10). Since the Innobuck is essentially NCLT, they'll probably make the (correct) decision to offer them in their own uncirc and proof sets. I was surveyed on this earlier this year. (At least I hope they don't return to a three lens set...)

  • BackroadJunkieBackroadJunkie Posts: 2,665 ✭✭✭✭✭

    @COCollector said:
    Any info describing the "United States Mint 2019 Rocketship"? (Feb 13th).

    This is the blurb Coin World published:

    Youth initiatives

    Among the three new youth-oriented products for 2019 is a product packaged in the shape of a rocket ship, that will launch in February 2019, one of three new youth-oriented products for 2019. The Mint’s Kara Murphy Haire, who oversees youth-oriented marketing, said that kids love dinosaurs and space, so the space set has a Native American dollar, Kennedy half dollar and an unidentified quarter dollar; a second product is an Explore and Discover set containing a magnifying glass with a cent planchet that kids can remove and handle; and a third kids-oriented, character-based program includes Eli (a fox) and Timmy (a boy), and has been presented to focus group and will be introduced at shows.

    It might be worth noting the Mint has the Rocketship containing coins from Denver and SF, so it may be a combination of circulating and proof coins. But it's something to watch for, just in case the mint decided to strike a special coin like they did the S-Mint ASE a couple years ago...

    Also worth noting is the kid C&C set isn't mentioned in the Coin World article.

  • COCollectorCOCollector Posts: 698 ✭✭✭✭

    Backroadjunkie, thanks for the info.

  • rickoricko Posts: 61,618 ✭✭✭✭✭

    I will likely get the American Legion coin....I hope the design is special....Significant 100 year anniversary...Cheers, RickO

  • A) what can I flip at a profit b) that will also plunge in value soon after? 🤨😝

    The most expensive purchase is the forgery.

  • COCollectorCOCollector Posts: 698 ✭✭✭✭

    @philographer said:
    A) what can I flip at a profit b) that will also plunge in value soon after? 🤨😝

    American Innovation $1 coins. Buy 100-coin bags. Flip 'em like hotcakes. Can't miss. ;)

  • BackroadJunkieBackroadJunkie Posts: 2,665 ✭✭✭✭✭

    Not exactly a Mint Store product, Coin World is reporting the Mint will do a 2019 Palladium Bullion issue.

    Palladium American Eagle bullion coin on 2019 U.S. Mint production schedule

  • HemisphericalHemispherical Posts: 200 ✭✭✭
    edited November 12, 2018 12:06AM

    @BackroadJunkie said:
    Not exactly a Mint Store product, Coin World is reporting the Mint will do a 2019 Palladium Bullion issue.

    Palladium American Eagle bullion coin on 2019 U.S. Mint production schedule

    Thanks @BackroadJunkie
    Too bad that the mint does not sell bullion direct to the public. Would be great... oh well.

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