The US Mint updated it product schedule this week to include issue dates for the coins, sets and medals it will release this Fall and through to the end of 2009.
Finalizing the schedule became easier following the Mint Tuesday announcement that it would not strike collector gold and silver Eagle coins this year, but it would issue one-ounce American Buffalo Proof Gold and one-ounce American Eagle Platinum Proof coins.
The latest dates follow, with links to more information where available:
US Mint Coin Product Schedule
|10/8/2009||US Mint Braille Education Set (includes uncirculated Braille Silver dollar)|
|10/15/2009||Lincoln Coin and Chronicles Set|
|10/29/2009||2009 American Buffalo Gold Proof Coin|
|11/10/2009||U.S. Virgin Islands Quarter First Day Coin Cover|
|11/12/2009||2009 Lincoln Presidency Cent Two-Roll Set|
|11/19/2009||Zachary Taylor $1 Coin Rolls|
|11/30/2009||Northern Marianas Islands Quarters in Bags and Two-Roll Set|
|12/3/2009||American Eagle Platinum Proof Coin|
|12/3/2009||Margaret Taylor First Spouse Gold Proof Coin|
|12/3/2009||Margaret Taylor First Spouse Gold Uncirculated Coin|
|12/3/2009||Margaret Taylor Bronze Medal 1 5/16”|
|12/3/2009||First Spouse Four-Medal Set|
|12/17/2009||Taylor Presidential $1 Coin & First Spouse Medal Set|
|12/30/2009||Zachary Taylor $1 Coin Cover|
|1/12/2010||Northern Mariana Islands Official First Day Coin Cover|
As a side note, the US Mint Braille Education Set was actually launched today at noon Eastern Time. The 25,000 limited edition set is priced at $44.95. It includes a tri-fold binder containing one uncirculated 2009 Louis Braille Silver Dollar, educational material and readable Braille. The silver dollars honors of the bicentennial of Braille's birth and mark the first time a U.S. coin has included readable Braille, a system used by those visually impaired or blind to be able to read and write.
Also, for always updated dates, check out the US Mint Coin Schedule on CoinCollectingNews.org. The US Mint keeps its schedule located here. It's important to remember that times can change, as the Mint has done in the past and specifically states: "All dates are subject to change by the United States Mint without prior notice."