First-day sales reached 7,103 sets. 7280 sets were sold as of September 21st.
Only 35,000 sets are available at $120 each. Within the first 24 hours of sale, there was a limit of one set per household.
After the first day, the ordering restriction was lifted.
Reverse Proof 2020-S George Herbert Walker Bush Presidential Dollar, a Matte Finish Bush Presidential 1.598 inch.999 fine gold medal and a Barbara Bush First Spouse bronze medal with Uncirculated coin set finish complete the set.
A biographical booklet in full color is included, as well as an example of George H.W. In 2019, the Bush Forever U.S. stamp was released. The stamp art features a portrait of the 41st President, painted by Michael J. Deas, an award-winning artist. Based on a photograph taken in 1997 by Timothy Greenfield Sanders, the art was created.
At the age of 94, President Bush died on November 30, 2018.
The Bush Presidential Silver Medal is being struck at San Francisco Mint. However, the facility doesn't have the S Mint mark.
The Bush Presidential Medal in bronze is illustrated by the silver medal.
Only in the set
Only limited editions of the Reverse Proof 2020-S Bush Presidential Dollar and Bush Presidential Silver Medal are available.
The Barbara Bush First Spouse Medal is being struck at Philadelphia Mint without the P Mint mark.
Barbara Bush bronze medal has the same design as the Proof 2020-W Barbara Bush First Spouse Gold $10 Coins.
This set is not available to the 18 authorized dealers who make up the Authorized Bulk Purchase Program.
Participants can place orders up to 10% of the maximum authorized mintage, and then pick up the product prior to the public.