The United States Mint has announced the sales end date for numismatic products containing the 2009 Lincoln Bicentennial Cents, as well as the coin cover products featuring the 2009 District of Columbia & U.S. Territories Quarters. These products are highlighted in a new section of the Mint’s online product catalog called “Last Opportunity.”
Sales of the following products will conclude on June 15, 2010:
- 2009 Proof Set – This set contains a total of 18 proof coins and is priced at $29.95.
- 2009 Uncirculated Mint Set – This set contains a total of 36 satin finish uncirculated coins struck at the Philadelphia and Denver Mints and is priced at $27.95.
- 2009 Silver Proof Set – This set includes 18 proof coins, with the dime, quarters, and half dollar struck in a special composition of 90% silver and 10% copper. The sets are priced at $52.95.
- 2009 Lincoln Cent “Professional Life” Two Roll Set – Rolls of 50 coins each are included from the Philadelphia and Denver Mints. The coins feature the “Professional Life” reverse design depicting a Abraham Lincoln before Illinois Capitol Building.
- 2009 Lincoln Cent “Presidency” Two Roll Set – Rolls of 50 coins each are included from the Philadelphia and Denver Mints. The coins feature the “Presidency” reverse design depicting the half completed Capitol Building in Washington, DC.
Sales of the following products will conclude on June 30, 2010:
- 2009 District of Columbia First Day Coin Cover
- 2009 Puerto Rico First Day Coin Cover
- 2009 Guam First Day Coin Cover
- 2009 American Samoa First Day Coin Cover
- 2009 Northern Mariana Islands First Day Coin Cover
Each of the covers includes one coin each from the Philadelphia and Denver Mints, taken from the first day of production. The coins are mounted on a display card paced inside an illustrated envelope with a 44-cent Flag stamp. The covers are postmarked from the official circulation release date and location for each quarter. The United States Mint will not be producing First Day Coin Covers for the America the Beautiful Quarters series, so these products represent the last First Day Covers for quarters for the foreseeable future.
The United States Mint’s “Last Opportunity” products can be found at http://www.usmint.gov/catalog