2014 Baseball Silver Coins Priced at $47.95 and $51.95

March 19, 2014 by · Leave a Comment 

Introductory and regular prices have been published for the 50-cent clad coins and $1 silver coins that celebrate the National Baseball Hall of Fame and its diamond anniversary.

2014 Proof National Baseball Hall of Fame Silver Commemorative Coin

[Shown: U.S. Mint image of the 2014 Proof National Baseball Hall of Fame Commemorative Silver Coin]

These unique curved commemorative coins launch on March 27, 2014 with introductory prices available during the first month of sales. The United States Mint will also sell two $5 gold versions but those prices can change weekly with $50 movements in the value of gold and the two coins’ opening prices will not be known until March 26, 2014.

Whether in gold, silver or clad, all the Baseball coins share common designs with obverses depicting a baseball glove and reverses showcasing a baseball like those used in the game. Their shapes are curved, a first for the Mint, and enhance the design. (See the six Baseball coins.)

Returning to prices, introductory levels will be $4 less for the 50-cent clad coins and $5 less for the $5 gold and $1 silver coins. Regular prices will kick in after 5 p.m. ET on April 28, 2014.

Prices for Baseball 50-Cent Clad and $1 Silver Coins

Introductory Prices Regular Prices Mintages
Proof $1 Silver Coins $51.95 $56.95 400,000
Uncirculated $1 Silver Coins $47.95 $52.95
Proof 50c Clad $19.95 $23.95
Uncirculated 50c $18.95 $22.95 750,000


Today and as of this writing, gold prices have fallen about $15 to below $1,350 an ounce. If the London Fix average of gold between Thursday, March 20, and Wednesday, March 26, stays to within the range of $1,300.00 to $1,349.99 an ounce, the proof $5 gold coin would start at $424.75 and the uncirculated $5 gold coin would open at $419.75. Prices of the Baseball gold coins will adjust +/-$12.15 if the gold average moves up/down into a different $50 range tier.

Silver Coins Today will publish a more detailed article about the commemorative coins next week. When they are released, they may be ordered directly from the U.S. Mint at www.usmint.gov/catalog.

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