New sales figures released by the United States Mint this morning have 2014 National Baseball Hall of Fame Silver Commemorative Coins at 97.7% of their maximum mintage, leaving only 9,121.
The latest total marks an increase of 24,539 in 48 hours, and based on this pace the silver commemorative coins should sell out today.
Buyers overall are going after the proof version by an almost 2-to-1 margin. The two silver coins have splits of 257,183 for the proof and 133,696 for the uncirculated for a combined total of 390,879. Since Monday, increases are more weighted toward the proof, by about 3-to-1, with sales up 18,547 compared to 5,992 for the uncirculated.
Sales of the clad half-dollar commemorative coins climbed 6,210 in the last two days and are now at 22.7% of the maximum.
Here is a table offering the latest figures:
Sales of 2014 National Baseball Hall of Fame Commemorative Coins
|Coin Prices||Sales on Mar 9||Sales Total||% of Maximum||Maximum Mintages||Remaining Coins|
|Proof $5 Gold Baseball Coins||Sold Out||32,000||50,000||100%||50,000||0|
|Uncirculated $5 Gold Baseball Coins||18,000|
|Proof Silver Dollar Baseball Coins||$51.95||257,183||390,879||97.7%||400,000||9,121|
|Uncirculated Silver Dollar Baseball Coins||$47.95||133,696|
|Proof Clad Half Dollar Baseball Coins||$19.95||103,948||170,211||22.7%||750,000||579,789|
|Uncirculated Clad Half Dollar Baseball Coins||$18.95||66,263|
Other Sales Figures
Sales across all six products total 611,090 coins for a total of $44,248,326.50. From that amount, $6,509,845.00 in mandated surcharges will go to the National Baseball Hall of Fame to help fund its operations.
To place orders for the National Baseball Hall of Fame Commemorative Coins, visit the United States Mint website, right here, or call 1-800-USA-MINT (872-6468).