Negro Baseball Leagues Commemorative Coin Introductory Pricing Ends Feb. 7

2022 Negro Leagues Baseball Commemorative Coins
Images showing some of the 2022 Negro Leagues Baseball Commemorative Coins

Introductory prices are ending mid-Monday, Feb. 7, for the gold, silver and clad 2022 Negro Baseball Leagues Commemorative Coins that went on sale Jan. 6.

Regular U.S. Mint pricing for the coins will go into effect on the 7th at 3:00 p.m. EST. At that time, each coin’s price will increase by $5.

On Jan. 6, the U.S. Mint started selling nine products that celebrate the 100th anniversary of Negro Leagues Baseball. In addition to standard mintage or product limits, two of nine also have further limits of being available for only 30 days. One of those, the Negro Leagues Baseball Silver Dollar with a privy mark shaped like a diamond, has already sold out. The other is the Negro Leagues Baseball Proof Silver Dollar and Jackie Robinson Silver Medal Set. Its sales will end on the 7th, also at 3:00 p.m.

Here’s a table summarizing prices and latest sales of the commemoratives:



2022-W Proof $5 Gold Coin 50,000 across all product options 1,064

Per Grid -$5
(currently $674)

Per Grid
2022-W Uncirculated $5 Gold Coin 854 Per Grid -$5
(currently $664)
Per Grid
2022-P Proof Silver Dollar 400,000 across all product options 11,723 $74.00 $79
2022-P Uncirculated Silver Dollar 5,464 $69.00 $74
2022-S Proof Half Dollar 400,000 across all product options 11,599 $35.00 $40
2022-D Uncirculated Half Dollar 6,540 $33.00 $38
2022 Three-Coin Proof Set 5,000 2,740 N/A Per Grid
(currently $787.25)
Silver Dollar/Jackie Robinson Medal Set 15,000 and available for only 30 days 9,043 N/A $135
Silver Dollar w/Privy Mark 20,000 and available for only 30 days 19,997 / Sold Out N/A $85

*Gold commemorative coin pricing is based on the Mint’s precious metal coin pricing grid. This pricing can change weekly (implemented on Wednesday’s) based on market fluctuations.

Authorized by the Negro Leagues Baseball Centennial Commemorative Coin Act (Pub. L. 116-209), product prices include surcharges in the amount of $35 for each $5 gold coin; $10 for each silver dollar; and $5 for each half dollar. Provided the products make more than their production and issue costs, the surcharges will be paid to the Negro Leagues Baseball Museum for educational and outreach programs and exhibits.

Visit the U.S. Mint’s commemorative page for more information or to place coin orders.

The expected shipping date for the commemoratives is April 27.

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Sir Kaiser, as someone once said, “it depends.” On another note, the PCGS Price Guide has just listed the prices for the 2021 Morgan and Peace Silver Dollars (The prices listed in the PCGS Price Guide are average dealer asking prices for PCGS-graded coins). Here are the current prices for the PCGS MS-69 graded coins:
2021-CC Privy Morgan Dollar = $200
2021-O Privy Morgan Dollar = $155
2021-D Morgan Dollar = $135
2021-S Morgan Dollar = $140
2021 Morgan Dollar = $135
2012 Peace Dollar = $160


I continue to learn about the dynamics of mint coin sales reading this log. You can have a limited edition coin, but bulk version of the series can sell less than the limited edition. So the historical question is which has more long term value. I guess for me I need to buy what I like and not be influenced by others.



Buy bulk I was talking about other coins of this series that have a high HOL or no limit. I don’t know if any of them will sell less than the sold out PRIVY coin but that was what I was thinking.


The silver dollar/JR medal set is at “Remind Me” status. Not sure when that happened. Just noticed this.


Explains it. Thanks!