Mint Opens Enrollment Program for Presidential Silver Medal

The United States Mint has opened the Product Enrollment Program for the Presidential Silver Medal. The first medal in the series for 2020, honoring President Andrew Jackson, is set to be released next Monday, January 24, 2020. Ahead of that release, the Mint has opened the Enrollment Program for the product set.

There are several advantages to the Enrollment Programs offered by the Mint. First, it assures that you get each release of a particular product set (in this case the Presidential Silver Medal) each year. It means you don’t have to worry about missing one as they are released throughout the year. Second, you get free shipping on coins and commemoratives that are shipped to you in which you are a part of the program.

Enrolling in the program now assures that you will get all four of the medals set for release in 2020 without having to visit the Mint’s site to buy them. Further, you can cancel at any time so there is no obligation to continue the enrollment. You will get notified 30 days prior to any product shipment via email.

The seventh Presidential Silver Medal honoring President Andrew Jackson is set to go on sale next week. The 99.9% pure silver medal honoring the 7th President of the United States will go on sale at Noon Eastern, 9:00 AM Pacific on Monday, February 24, 2020. This year, the medal is priced at $46.00.

Andrew Jackson was the seventh U.S. President serving from 1829 to 1837. He served as a major general in the War of 1812 and became a national hero when he defeated the British in New Orleans.

United States Mint

The medal measures 1.6 inches in diameter and has the common Reverse of all of the previous Presidential Medals. That reverse features two hands clasped as a show of unity. The Obverse will feature a portrait of Andrew Jackson that was designed and engraved by Moritz Furst.

Andrew Jackson Presidential Silver Medal
Andrew Jackson Presidential Silver Medal

To sign up for the enrollment program, head to this link on the Mint’s site.

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