2019-W American Eagle Palladium Reverse Proof Coin Coming September 5th

The much anticipated 2019-W American Eagle Palladium bullion coin is set to be released by the United States Mint next week. The one ounce coin will come in a Reverse Proof finish and will have a production limit of only 30,000 coins. Like the 2017 and 2018 variants on this bullion coin, the 2019-W is expected to go fast.

This particular series of bullion coins started in 2017 with an uncirculated version that year. It was followed in 2018 with the proof version and this year, for the first time, the Palladium coin will be offered in Reverse Proof.

The Obverse of the coin features the Mercury Dime design of Adolph A. Weinman, albeit in high-relief. The Reverse features a high-relief version of the 1907 American Institute of Architects Gold Medal. It was also designed by Weinman. Those two designs have been some of the most popular in the history of the United States Mint which has added to the popularity of this bullion coin.

2019-W American Eagle Palladium Reverse Proof
2019-W American Eagle Palladium Reverse Proof

The Mint has already setup the product page for this coin and you can find it here. The product code is 19EK and as mentioned, only 30,000 will be struck. When purchased, it will come in a gray leatherette presentation case with satin lining. It is accompanied by a Certificate of Authenticity.

As for price, that hasn’t been disclosed by the Mint yet but you can expect a price to be around $1400. Pricing of bullion coins are determined by the spot price of the metal in question just prior to public release.

When you visit the Mint’s site for the coin, you can sign up for the “Remind Me” feature which will email or text you when the coin goes on sale. That will be Thursday, September 5, 2019 at Noon Eastern, 9:00 am Pacific. There is a limit of one coin per household. If you want to get one, it is recommended you sign up for the reminder as these are expected to go fast.

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