2014-P Great Smoky Mountains 5 Oz Silver Coin Sells Out

by Mike Unser on May 21, 2014 · 3 comments

Sales of the 2014-P Great Smoky Mountains Five Ounce Silver Coin officially ended this morning, May 21. The U.S. Mint added the coin’s product page to the No Longer Available section of its website and tagged "sold out" beside its name.

Photo of 2014-P Great Smoky Mountains Five Ounce Silver Coin

This close up photo of the 2014 Great Smoky Mountains Five Ounce Silver Coin was taken as it lay inside its case. Its U.S. Mint issue price was $154.95. Subscribers to the series received a 10% discount and paid $139.45.

Released on April 7, 2014, the latest weekly sales of the Great Smoky Mountains coin jumped 1,378 to settle in at 25,421. The tally is actually 421 above its U.S. Mint stated mintage. Expect some adjustments next week.

The sellout took longer than expected given 21,415 moved in less than a week. The early bounce from series subscribers, who ordered in advance and received a 10% discount, was stronger than realized as it took another five weeks for sales to get to the 25K mark. The same may be true of the 2014-P Shenandoah National Park Five Ounce Silver Coin which launched last Thursday and opened with sales of 20,120. It has a higher mintage of 30,000.

Photo of 2014-P Great Smoky Mountains Five Ounce Silver Coin and Case

Photo of the three-inch 2014-P Great Smoky Mountains Five Ounce Silver Coin with its case and Certificate of Authenticity

Some of this information was covered in this morning’s U.S. Mint sales report. Not included in that article was a sales breakdown across all released America the Beautiful Five Ounce Silver Uncirculated Coins. Here it is:

Sales
2010 Hot Springs National Park 27,000
2010 Yellowstone National Park 27,000
2010 Yosemite National Parks 27,000
2010 Grand Canyon National Park 26,019
2010 Mount Hood National Park 26,928
2011 Gettysburg National Park 24,625
2011 Glacier National Park 20,856
2011 Olympic National Park 18,398
2011 Vicksburg National Park 18,594
2011 Chickasaw National Park 16,827
2012 El Yunque National Park 17,314
2012 Chaco Culture National Park 17,146
2012 Acadia National Park 14,978
2012 Hawaii Volcanoes National Park 14,863
2012 Denali National Park 15,225
2013 White Mountain National Forest 20,530
2013 Perry’s Victory and International Peace Memorial 17,707
2013 Great Basin National Park 17,792
2013 Fort McHenry National Monument and Historic Shrine 19,802
2013 Mount Rushmore National Memorial 23,547
2014 Great Smoky National Park 25,421
2014 Shenandoah National Park 20,120*

 

*Sales as of Sunday, May 18. This coin was just released and is available at www.usmint.gov/catalog.

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Kevin May 22, 2014 at 1:41 am

I wish the Mint wouldn’t tinker with mintage limits for these ATB P coins. It really seems they can’t make up their mind.

Ilovesilver May 23, 2014 at 11:28 am

just find out China dealers selling these Silver ATB coin for RMB 1200-1800, that is about US$200-300, that is good profit

People from Hong Kong bought a lot of these coin and resell to China

Ilovesilver May 23, 2014 at 11:31 am

we should take a look on the back issued such as 2012 ,that is lowest mintage year , It can be worth more than $1000 , IF Chinese collected our ATB 5OZ P

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