Discussion in 'US Coins Forum' started by Phil Ham, Aug 17, 2019.
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Something as intricate and meaningful, but entirely new.
Knowing the US mint, it will probably be a rehash of the same thing unfortunately.
Be careful for what we hope for. The Mint designs of late have been less than spectacular and, to boot, they are considering colorized coins.
I hope for a lot and am given garbage in return. Seems as though the US mint would rather go the way of the RCM or one of those random Pacific Island nations than putting out decent quality stuff.
Arguments about Milk Spots aside - I like some of the pieces the RCM comes up with each year. They have more creativity - often too much.
Yuch, on colorized!
IMHO it was something when the S Mint SAEs we’re limited in production, but these will be made to demand meaning a super-common issue and virtually no secondary market.
2026 will also be the *250th anniversary of the United States of America, so expect some new stuff from the mint.
*Sestercentennial, Semiquincentennial, Bicenquinquagenary, or Quarter-millinial, depending upon who you ask.
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