US Mint Sales of Baseball Coins as of April 13, 2014

2014 National Baseball Hall of Fame Clad Half-Dollars
U.S. Mint images of its proof and uncirculated 2014 National Baseball Hall of Fame Clad Half-Dollars

The latest round of U.S. Mint sales figures has just been published for the 2014 National Baseball Hall of Fame Commemorative Coins.

Issued in gold, silver and clad and in proof and uncirculated qualities, only the 50c clad coins remain available from the United States Mint. The $5 gold coins sold out within 24 hours and the silver dollars sold out last week, though the Mint continues to accept orders for the $1s in a waiting list capacity.

New figures offer fresh splits for the proof and uncirculated coins with the former commanding sales leads of almost 2-to-1.

Directly below is a table offering the latest numbers. All sales amounts are as of Sunday, April 13, 2014.

Sales of 2014 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 32,026 50,000 100% 50,000 0
Uncirculated $5 Gold Baseball Coins 17,974
Proof Silver Dollar Baseball Coins Sold Out 262,091 400,000 100% 400,000 0
Uncirculated Silver Dollar Baseball Coins 137,909
Proof Clad Half Dollar Baseball Coins $19.95 111,017 180,462 24.1% 750,000 569,538
Uncirculated Clad Half Dollar Baseball Coins $18.95 69,445


Sales in $ and Surcharge Total

Sales across all six commemorative coins total 630,462, translating to revenue of $44,906,765.90. From that amount, $6,652,310.00 in surcharges will go to the National Baseball Hall of Fame to help fund its operations.

Call 1-800-USA-MINT (872-6468) or visit the U.S. Mint website, right here, to place orders for the baseball coins.

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Well this is interesting. I put in a late order on 3/29 for a gold coin. I just received notice my free bag was just shipped and my credit card billed the $4.95 shipping fee, Does this mean I will get a coin or did I just waste nearly five bucks on the stupid bag?


I’m surprised the clad half’s are not selling out. They are also first of a kind.


The clads will sell out, it will just take a long time. It seems to me the price is too high for them.


I agree, Bob – in 2008, the Bald Eagle clad coins were $7.95. Why the price went up by 130% the following year is ridiculous at best.


Bob, looks like you will be getting a coin! I know many of you may be ordering for the first time or this is the first time that you will be receiving an order with more than one item being shipped separately. The Mint is shipping their “Free” mint bags ahead of many Gold and Sliver Coin orders. What is happening is that the Bags are arriving with the Shipping bill of $4.95. This is only a One Time Charge per order. You will not be charged an additional shipping charge when your Coins arrive. What is strange and confusing… Read more »


The Mint has the following Announcements on their “Shop” page: · About the Shipment of Free Bags: Customers whose products are on backorder received their free reusable bags in a separate shipment as part of our “We Love Our Customers” promotion. Customers will not be charged an additional $4.95 for their upcoming order. · About Changing Shipping Dates: We are experiencing technical difficulties with the part of our system that displays the expected ship date for your order, causing the dates to move incorrectly. Please be assured that orders are being fulfilled according to our standard policy. This issue will… Read more »

Danny J Lee

AS of April 21, 2014 at Mint Web Site; SOLD OUT…

2014 National Baseball Hall of Fame Proof Silver Dollar (B33)
Sold Out
Mintage Limit: 400,000 across all silver product options
Product Limit: None