Introductory prices are ending later today, Feb. 25, for the gold, silver and clad Apollo 11 coins commemorating the 50th anniversary of the first manned landing on the Moon.
Regular United States Mint pricing for the collector proof and uncirculated coins go into effect after 3:00 p.m. ET. At that time, each coin’s price will rise by $5. The Apollo 11 coins launched Jan. 24.
Here’s a table summarizing their current prices and latest sales:
|Prices||Individual Sales||Total Sold||Mintage Limit||% of Limit Sold|
|2019-W Proof $5 Gold Coin||$431.00||22,726||33,334||50,000||66.7%|
|2019-W Uncirculated $5 Gold Coin||$421.00||10,123|
|2019-P Proof Silver Dollar||$54.95||125,578||175,925||400,000||44.0%|
|2019-P Uncirculated Silver Dollar||$51.95||45,276|
|2019-S Proof Clad Half Dollar||$27.95||40,391||171,236||750,000||22.8%|
|2019-D Uncirculated Clad Half Dollar||$25.95||28,924|
|2019-S Proof Half Dollar Set||Sold Out||94,119|
|2019-P Proof $1 Five Ounce Silver Coin||$224.95||62,715||62,533||100,000||62.5%|
As directed by the commemoratives’ authorizing act, Public Law 114-282, coin prices include surcharges of $35 per gold coin, $10 per silver dollar, $5 for each half-dollar, and $50 for each five-ounce silver coin. The collected funds will be distributed between the Smithsonian Institution’s National Air and Space Museum’s Destination Moon exhibition; the Astronauts Memorial Foundation; and the Astronaut Scholarship Foundation.
Visit the U.S. Mint’s commemorative page for more information or to place coin orders.