The gold comes in proof and uncirculated finishes, but prices haven’t appeared on site yet, likely because the mint is probably on the verge of increasing prices across the board because of the rise in the spot value of gold. We’d expect around the $425 mark for the proof, with the uncirculated maybe five bucks lower. Great design, especially on the Eagle adorned side.
MINTS DESCRIPTION: The theme of the U.S. Marshals Service 225th Anniversary 2015 $5 Gold Proof (and uncirculated) Coin is “225 years of sacrifice” representing the more than 250 Marshals who have lost their lives in the line of duty. From 1794, when the first Marshals were killed in the line of duty, to those who have made the ultimate sacrifice more recently, this coin honors every life lost in the pursuit of justice.
OBVERSE: depicts the U.S. Marshals Service star superimposed on a mountain range, evoking a western landscape. Inscriptions are “1789,” “LIBERTY,” “2014,” “UNITED STATES,“IN GOD WE TRUST,” “2015,” “MARSHAL” and “225 YEARS OF SACRIFICE.”
REVERSE: depicts an eagle holding a draped American flag. On the eagle’s chest is a shield with the inscription “U.S. MARSHAL.” A banner in the eagle’s claw bears the inscription “E PLURIBUS UNUM.” Additional inscriptions are “JUSTICE INTEGRITY SERVICE,” “UNITED STATES OF AMERICA,” and “$5.”