The 2022 Negro Leagues Baseball commemorative Coin Program's Introductory Prices ended February 7, with the Limited-Edition Privilege-Marked Proof 2022-P Silver Dollar recorded by the United States Mint as an outright sale.
Privilege-marked Proof silver dollars has reported sales of 19,997 coins, which is less than its limit of 20,000.
According to the sales report, the Uncirculated 2022 W gold $5 coin had the lowest sales of any issue in the program and the lowest sales of any Uncirculated $5 commemorative coin. Final mintages will eventually result from sales.
According to the Mint's February 6 sales report, the latest program figures, along with current pricing, are:Single proof 2022-W Negro Leagues Baseball Gold $5 coin, $674: 1,132 Coins sold.
Single Uncirculated 2022 W Negro Leagues Baseball Gold $5 Coin, $664: 932
Single Proof 2022, P Negro Leagues Baseball silver dollars, $79: 13,131
Single Uncirculated 2022 - P Negro Leagues Baseball silver dollars, $74: 6,019.
Three-coin proof set (5,000-product limit per household), $787.25, 2,936 sets
Set of Coin and Medal (15,000-set product limit per household), $135: 6832 sets. This set contains Proof Jackie Robinson silver and proof 2022-P silver dollars.
Single Proof 2022-S Negro Leagues Baseball Copper-nickel Clad Half Dollar, $40: 12,802 Coins
Single Uncirculated 2022–D Negro Leagues Baseball copper nickel clad half-dollar, $38: 7,040 Coins
The 2022 Negro Leagues Baseball commemorative Coin Program is authorized with a maximum production and release in Proof and Uncirculated finishes across all numismatic product packaging options. This includes 50,000 $5 Gold coins, 400,000 Silver Dollars and 750,000 Copper-nickel Clad Half Dollars.
The Proof silver dollar comes in three options: as a single coin or as part of a coin-and-silver medal set. It is also available as a Proof with privy marks in the obverse field to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the founding the Negro Leagues in 2020.
The privy-marked dollar coin has the number 100 superimposed on the shape of a baseball bat. It is located below the right knee of the pitcher.
Jan. 6, 2009: The commemorative coin program began with introductory prices that lasted until February 7, before being raised to regular issue prices.
None of the numismatic items from the commemorative coins program are expected to ship before April 27.