The cover will include two James Monroe Presidential Dollars, one each from the Philadelphia and Denver Mints, on a display card with a 41 cent American Flag postage stamp. The postmark will be February 14, 2008, the first day James Monroe coins were issued.
Overall production is limited to 50,000. The Mint has placed a limit of 10 units per household. The price for each cover is $14.95.
The Mint’s product page is available here, although ordering options won’t be available until the coins officially go on sale.
The Mint’s First Day Cover products for the Presidential Dollars coins have proven popular with collectors. The first three presidents sold out their entire 50,000 production runs. The fourth release for James Madison has sold approximately 40,000 of the maximum 50,000 production since its release on December 11, 2007.
The James Madison First Day Coin Cover is still available for sale here.