May 1, 1997 -
Maximum Mintages As Low as 18,000 Per Denomination
4–Coin Set Limited to 8,000 3–Coin Impressions of Liberty™ Set Features Proof One Ounce Platinum, Gold &Silver in Limited Edition of 5,000
June 27, 1997 -
Washington, D.C. — The U.S. Mint today announced the sellout of 15,000 tenth– ounce Proof Gold American Eagles in the nine weeks since the 1997 Proof Eagles went on sale. “The strong sales of the tenth–ounce proof Eagle show that...
May 13, 1997 -
Gold and Silver Coins Available from the U.S. Mint in July 4–Coin Proof & Uncirculated Set Limited to 10,000
June 4, 1997 -
Washington, D.C. — The U.S. Mint today announced an unlimited edition for the Franklin Delano Roosevelt Two–Coin Proof and Uncirculated Set, which went of sale May 16. The Two–Coin Set was originally intended as a limited edition of 5,000 sets;...
June 9, 1997 -
Washington, D.C. — The U.S. Mint today announced that the American Eagle Gold Bullion Coin was the best selling gold investment coin in the world during the first quarter of 1997, according to a World Gold Council survey. “The reemergence...
June 27, 1997 -
Mint’s First Numbered Set & Popular 4–Coin Format Are History
June 13, 1997 -
Limited Edition of 50,000 Sets Features Proof Gold $5 Coin And 1952 Topps Jackie Robinson Baseball Card
July 10, 1997 -
Washington, D.C. — The U.S. Mint today released preliminary sales figures for the Proof Platinum American Eagle Coins, highlighting the coins still available from the individual one ounce, half–ounce, quarter ounce and tenth ounce denominations. The Mint announced the sellouts...
July 8, 1997 -
Washington, D.C. — The United States Mint today released a summary of results from its second nationwide customer satisfaction survey conducted by the national survey research firm of Schulman, Ronca and Bucuvalas, Inc. (SRBI). The 1997 survey, based on a...
August 12, 1997 -
Washington, D.C. — The U.S. Mint today announced that the American Eagle Gold Bullion Coin continues to dominate world markets as the best selling gold investment coin, according to the World Gold Council second quarter 1997 survey.