The curvature of the concave obverse and convex reverse is most extreme on the National Baseball Hall of Fame silver dollar. Shown is the Proof 2014-P version.
The United States Mint has established pricing for the March 27 introductory sales of the three-coin 2014 National Baseball Hall of Fame Commemorative Coin Program.
The authorizing act, Public Law 112-52, calls for the production and sale, in Proof and Uncirculated versions, of gold $5 half eagles, silver dollars and copper-nickel clad half dollars.
The introductory sales period runs through 5 p.m. April 28, after which regular issue prices will be charged.
Prices for the coins, with the introductory price first, followed by the regular issue price, are:
➤ Single Proof 2014-P silver dollar, $51.95/$56.95.
➤ Single 2014-P Uncirculated silver dollar, $47.95/$52.95.
➤ Single Proof 2014-S copper-nickel clad half dollar, $19.95/$23.95.
➤ Single Uncirculated 2014-D copper-nickel clad half dollar, $18.95/$22.95.
The prices for the coins are higher than prices of recent commemoratives of the same denominations.
For example, the pricing for the Proof and Uncirculated Baseball silver dollars are higher than those charged for the 2014-P Civil Rights Act of 1964 silver dollars.