Although I do not have confirmation that all the coins are on-stage yet, the vendor who handles pressed coins at Disney World (CTM Group) has included new 2017 designs on its maps of machine locations. Here are the details:
There will be 15 coins, as in 2015 and 2016. The locations will be the same as where the 2016 machines ended up (remember – there were some moves during construction at Hollywood Studios) with one exception.
Again, there will be 8 pennies, which includes a numbered series of 4. There will also be 7 quarters.
The exception: One of the 2016 pennies had ended up at Island Supply Co./Verandah Breezeway in Adventureland. Two machines at that location have been removed, according to the maps (I will confirm their status in mid-January when I visit). To replace the 2016 design, a 2017 design has been placed at the 3-die machine at Rock Around the Shop, the coaster gift shop at Hollywood Studios.
I have adapted the artwork from the CTM Group’s website to create these images:
The new coin at Rock Around the Shop replaces the old Walt Disney Studios design with a silhouette Mickey and camera. Hollywood Studios has struggled with name and icon changes over the year – the Earful Tower was once the symbol of the Studios, replaced by the Sorcerer’s Hat. Now it appears the Tower of Terror is the icon representing the Studios, at least on three of these coins.
January 2 update: Not all the coins were on-stage as of January 1. It appears (as in years past) it might take a few days for all to be ready.