Opening sales figures from the United States Mint have been released for the 2023-S Proof Morgan Silver Dollar and the 2023-S Proof Peace Silver Dollar. Released on Aug. 9 for $80 each, the pair accounted for a combined sales total of 589,585 coins through Aug 13.
Both dollars are still offered by the U.S. Mint, with more than 100,000 available for each based on their standalone mintages of 400,000 apiece.
As for the numbers, starting sales of proof Morgan silver dollars totaled 303,629 coins, comprising 292,189 coins for the standalone option (product code 23XF) and 286 units for the 40-coin bulk option (product code 23XF040), which amounts to 11,440 coins.
Meanwhile, the proof Peace silver dollar reached 285,956 coins in the early going, consisting of 274,156 coins for the standalone option (product code 23XL) and 295 units for the 40-coin bulk option (product code 23XL040), which equates to 11,800 coins.
In related news, sales of the 2023-P Uncirculated Morgan Silver Dollar and the 2023-P Uncirculated Peace Silver Dollar stepped back for a second week in a row.
Released July 13 for $76 each, with both essentially selling out within 24 hours, their combined total dropped by 2,034 coins to 546,339. In the previous week, their sales fell by a combined 781 coins.
New sales figures for the pair have their splits at 273,935 coins for the uncirculated Morgan silver dollar (down 272 from the prior week) and 272,404 coins for the uncirculated Peace silver dollar (down 1,762 from the prior week).
Standalone mintages for the two were set at 275,000 apiece.
On Nov. 14, the U.S. Mint will offer the pair of dollars in a special reverse proof finish.