Released in mid-January alongside WWI Silver Dollars, their sales deadline is 3:00 p.m. ET on Tuesday, Feb. 20. The United States Mint will not accept any new orders beyond that time. The companion silver dollars will remain on sale although at slightly higher prices.
Medals Available in Sets
They were conceived by the U.S. Mint to support the WWI Centennial Silver Dollar Commemorative Coin Program. Each medal is paired with a proof silver dollar and sold as a distinct set. Collectors wanting all five medals need to buy the five sets, which boosts silver dollar totals. Surcharges of $10 are collected on the sale of each coin with proceeds, after associated costs, paid to the United States Foundation for the Commemoration of the World Wars to assist the World War I Centennial Commission in memorializing the centenary of the war.
The following table shows the latest available silver dollar and silver medal sales:
|Price||Individual Sales||Total Sold||% of Limits Sold|
|2018-P Proof WWI Silver Dollar||$51.95||32,641||89,487||29.5%
(103,342 of 350,000)
|2018-P Uncirculated WWI Silver Dollar||$48.95||13,855||13,855|
|2018 WWI Silver Dollar and Army Silver Medal Set||$99.95||14,030||14,030||56.8%
(56,846 of 100,000)
|2018 WWI Silver Dollar and Navy Silver Medal Set||$99.95||10,986||10,986|
|2018 WWI Silver Dollar and Marines Silver Medal Set||$99.95||11,455||11,455|
|2018 WWI Silver Dollar Coast Guard Silver Medal Set||$99.95||9,052||9,052|
|2018 WWI Silver Dollar Air Service Silver Medal Set||$99.95||11,323||11,323|
WWI Silver Dollar Price Hikes
The proof and uncirculated silver dollars are currently sold at respective introductory pricing of $51.95 and $48.95. Their regular prices are $5 higher, with that pricing also kicking in at 3:00 p.m. ET on Tuesday, Feb. 20.
Following the medal sales deadline, the U.S. Mint will have a handle on how many to make. The agency said it will begin fulfilling medal orders in late May.
Buy the dollars or sets from the U.S. Mint’s commemorate section right here.