Introductory prices are ending mid-Monday, July 6, for the gold, silver and clad 2020 Basketball Hall of Fame Commemorative Coins.
Regular U.S. Mint pricing for the collector proof and uncirculated coins go into effect on the 6th after 3:00 p.m. ET. At that time, each coin’s price will increase by $5.
Released June 4, the collection of Basketball products during their third full week of sales increased a combined 3,057 coins, bringing their total through June 28 to 136,670 coins.
Here’s a table summarizing their current prices and latest sales:
|Prices||Individual Sales||Realized ($)||Total Sold||Mintage Limit||% of Limit Sold|
|Proof $5 Gold Coin||$656.75||6,679||$4,304,615.50||9,438||50,000||18.9%|
|Uncirculated $5 Gold Coin||$646.75||2,759||$1,750,585.50|
|Proof Silver Dollar Coin||$69.00||54,486||$3,759,534.00||71,405||400,000||17.9%|
|Uncirculated Silver Dollar Coin||$64.00||16,919||$1,082,816.00|
|Proof Clad Half Dollar Coin||$39.00||21,604||$842,556.00||55,827||750,000||7.4%|
|Uncirculated Clad Half Dollar Coin||$37.00||11,318||$418,766.00|
*The Kids Set price will not change. In addition, it has own product limit of 75,000 with 30.5% of those sold.
As directed by the commemoratives’ authorizing act, Public Law No: 115-343, the above coin prices include surcharges of $35 for each gold coin, $10 for each silver dollar, and $5 for each half-dollar. Provided the coins turn a profit, proceeds from these surcharges are to be paid to the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, to fund an endowment that will enable increased operations and educational programming.
Visit the U.S. Mint’s commemorative page for more information or to place coin orders.