Discussion in 'Coin Chat' started by potty dollar 1878, Nov 21, 2020 at 9:37 PM.
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There’s a slightly different finish on the bullion ones
This is if they have any idea what might have occurred on that date.
Then again I wonder how many on CT know?
They know the date but it isn't relevant to the release. They picked a Monday in early December so they can ship orders that week. There's not going to be any rush or sell out
not the 75th Anniversary of Pearl Harbor. That was in 2016.
I don't think this has anything to do with WW2. December 7th is a Monday, that's likely why it is being issued on that date.
It's the 79th Anniversary of Pearl Harbor - Not exactly a "special" anniversary.
I see no reason why the US Mint should be restricted from releasing anything they want to on Monday, 7 Dec 2020. I think it's fine for special coins to be issued on meaningful dates, but I don't think the converse should be implied. That is, just because the US Mint is issuing something on an historically meaningful date does not mean that item needs to be associated with that historically meaningful event.
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