in shipping Proof and Uncirculated 2014 National Baseball Hall of Fame
gold $5 half eagles, silver dollars and copper-nickel clad half
dollars is tied to availability of the specific packaging to
accommodate the concave/convex coins.
Jurkowsky, director of the U.S. Mint's Office of Corporate
Communications, said the Mint has been receiving weekly shipments of
packaging from its vendor and shipping schedules have been adjusted
based on receipt of that packaging.
– "Ninety-seven percent of all orders have physically shipped.
The remaining 3 percent of all orders will be shipped this week."
entire 50,000 coin authorization sold out within days of its March 27
release, with 32,026 of the Proofs and 17,974 of the Uncirculated
– "Six percent of all orders have physically shipped. However,
since this is an on-going, daily process, if you include orders in
process for the inventory we have received, this number increases to
75 percent. Said differently, this pertains to the inventory that has
been reserved to a specific order and is in the process of being
picked, packed and prepared for shipping but hasn’t physically shipped yet."
400,000 coins offered sold out in less than two weeks. The Mint
reports sales of 262,051 of the Proof and 137,909 of the Uncirculated.
– "Fifty percent of all orders have physically shipped. If you
include orders in process of being picked and packed today, this
figure increases to 57 percent."
750,000 coins authorized, through July 13 the Mint recorded sales of
196,378 of the Proof and 128,299 of the Uncirculated. For more
information, visit the Mint's website.
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