First-day sales of American Legion 100th Anniversary Commemorative Coins totaled to 39,671 pieces, according to United States Mint spokesman Michael White.
Released Thursday, product options include proof and uncirculated editions of $5 gold coins, silver dollars, and clad half-dollars as well as a three-coin set with each denomination in proof.
Nearly half of the allotted sets are gone but plenty of the individual coins remain. Altogether so far, the collection of coins has realized over $3.6 million.
All but the silver and half-dollars had initial household order limits. Those limits were removed today at noon EST.
Here’s a breakdown of the American Legion products and their first-day sales:
|Individual Sales||Realized ($)||Total Coins Sold||Mintage / Product Limit||% of Limit Sold|
|2019-W Proof $5 Gold Coin||906||$379,387.50||5,404||50,000||10.8%|
|2019-W Uncirculated $5 Gold Coin||972||$397,305.00|
|2019-P Proof Silver Dollar||9,839||$540,653.05||18,043||400,000||4.5%|
|2019-P Uncirculated Silver Dollar||4,678||$243,022.10|
|2019-S Proof Clad Half Dollar||7,244||$202,469.80||16,224||750,000||2.2%|
|2019-D Uncirculated Clad Half Dollar||5,454||$141,531.30|
|Three-Coin Proof Set||3,526||$1,725,095.50||N/A||7,500||47.0%|
Buy American Legion 11 100th Anniversary Commemorative Coins from the U.S. Mint’s commemorate online store. Orders are also accepted by telephone at 1-800-USA-MINT (872-6468).