The silver medals commemorate branches of the U.S. Armed Forces that were active in the First World War with designs honoring the Army, the Navy, the Air Service, the Marines and the Coast Guard.
Each medal was paired with a proof WWI Centennial Silver Dollar and sold for $99.95. (Read about their release and see their images.)
The set with the Army medal scored the most sales at 15,577. It was following by the Marine set at 12,603; the Air Service set at 12,474; the Navy set at 12,206; and finally the Coast Guard set at 9,800.
The following table shows how the other sets compare and also provides sales of the still available WWI Centennial Silver Dollars.
Sales of WWI Centennial Silver Products
(as of Feb. 25, 2018)
|Individual Sales||Total Sold||Still Available||% of Limits Sold|
|2018-P Proof WWI Silver Dollar||39,596||102,256||Yes – $56.95||33.8%
(118,235 of 350,000)
|2018-P Uncirculated WWI Silver Dollar||15,979||15,979||Yes – $53.95|
|2018 WWI Silver Dollar and Army Silver Medal Set||15,577||15,577||No||62.6%
(62,660 of 100,000)
|2018 WWI Silver Dollar and Navy Silver Medal Set||12,206||12,206|
|2018 WWI Silver Dollar and Marines Silver Medal Set||12,603||12,603|
|2018 WWI Silver Dollar Coast Guard Silver Medal Set||9,800||9,800|
|2018 WWI Silver Dollar Air Service Silver Medal Set||12,474||12,474|
Ordering & Fulfillment
Buy WWI Silver Dollars from the U.S. Mint’s commemorate online store right here.
Individually sold dollars are shipping. (See WWI Silver Dollar photos.) The U.S. Mint said it will begin fulfilling set/medal orders in late May.