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U.S. Mint Reveals Initial Prices for 2013 Sets & Coins

By December 27, 2012

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United States Mint Proof SetTwo weeks ago I reported that the U.S. Mint published their initial product release schedule for 2013 coins and sets. This week they have added initial prices to their product release schedule. The good news is that there are many prices that will remain at their 2012 level initially. For example, the 2013 [clad] Proof Set ($31.95), 2013 United States Mint Silver Proof Set ($67.95) and the 2013 United States Mint Uncirculated Coin Set ($27.95) prices remain unchanged. While the 2013 American Silver Eagle Coin Has an initial price of $62.95. This is just a three dollar increase over last year's price. The mint has added a disclaimer that states " All dates and prices are subject to change by the United States Mint without prior notice. Products may be added to the schedule at any time."

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January 15, 2013 at 7:04 pm
(1) George C. says:

I’ve lost confidence & trust at mint for many years. But I still buy a few
things as investment(s). I’ve bought proof silver eagles(& some proof
gold) since 1986,but last year I had a hard time convincing myself to
pay TWICE the silver price for Eagles !!! Now they are “Yanking Us”
for another $3.00 increase ?! There is no sence in this— do they not
make plenty of “Moo-la” at double silver price??? I’ll grudgingly
have to make a decision to probably cut them off ! After all, the Chinese
Silver Pandas are “Seering Hot” now & beautiful coins. I thought they were over priced—- but compared to US Mint… I believe to be a bargain. After buyin many uncs @ $41-$42 ea., recently I’ve been buyin
“Slabbed Pandas MS69 & MS70′s for $55., & $85., EA.” And believe
to have gotton a good deal..etc.. US Mint is deceptive & I BELIEVE will
price theirselves partially out of the market !! SAD. Thank You, George.

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