In a surprise move, the United States Mint has resumed accepting orders for the 2014 National Baseball Hall of Fame Silver Dollars. These coins have been unavailable to order since April when a sell out was declared.
The additional coins now available for sale are the result of orders placed by customers prior to the sell out but cancelled due to payment issues. The combined maximum mintage for the silver dollars remains at the same level of 400,000 pieces across the proof and uncirculated versions.
The Baseball Hall of Fame Commemorative Coins went on sale March 27, 2014. The US Mint had received orders meeting the maximum mintage of 400,000 units on April 9. Orders continued to be accepted for placement on a waiting list until April 21 when a sell out was declared.
According to a statement released by the Mint, “The Mint cancelled all orders that could not be fulfilled due to payment issues, after giving those customers every opportunity to provide updated credit card information for possible fulfillment. These credit card cancellations made additional Baseball Hall of Fame silver dollar proof and uncirculated inventory available.”
The proof silver dollars are priced at $56.95 and the uncirculated silver dollars are priced at $52.95. There is an ordering limit of 100 units per household. The coins will remain available for sale until the mintage limit of 400,000 is reached or until December 31, 2014 12:00 Noon ET, whichever comes first.