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Mint used to predict future demand for 1-ounce military-grade medals

The United States Mint wants to obtain a demand forecast to determine how many U.S. Coast Guard and U.S. Air Force medals it will produce in 2022.

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Mint used to predict future demand for 1-ounce military-grade medals

The official on-sale dates and any information regarding any potential mintage caps are still unknown. Pricing information is not yet available.

We put them up as TBD [to-be determined] when the 2.5 oz. was launched. The medals were available for anyone who was interested to sign up for a Remind me notice. This will allow us to gauge initial demand," U.S. Mint spokesperson Michael White informed Coin Worldby Email Oct. 14.

The Mint's online catalog now lists individual listings for both the 1-ounce and 2-ounce sizes. Those interested in buying one or both of the 1-ounce medals can sign up to receive notifications when they become available.

When they went on sale, July 13th and Aug 17th, the Coast Guard 2.5-ounce.999 silver medals were $160 each.

Each 2.5-ounce medal was limited to 10,000 pieces.

According to the Mint's October 10 sales reports, 9,931 units of the 2.5-ounce Air Force Medal were sold and 9,878 units of Coast Guard Medal were purchased.

The 1-ounce versions will have a Matte Finish.

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