The 2014 Civil Rights Act of 1964 Uncirculated silver dollar is sold
out, according to the coin’s product page on the U.S.
The status has been applied just before before the Mint halts all
purchases of 2014 commemorative coins at noon Eastern Time Dec. 30.
READ: U.S. Mint moves deadline for ordering 2014
Only the Uncirculated version of the Civil Rights Act dollar is
listed as sold out. Proof versions are still available for $54.95.
Just because a coin is sold out does not mean the Mint sold its
The maximum mintage for the Uncirculated Civil Rights Act dollar was
350,000. However, only 24,574 had been sold as of Dec. 21, according to the Mint’s numbers (which are
preliminary and subject to change).
The Proof version will likely come a bit closer to its 350,000-coin
maximum mintage, but is still a ways off. As of Dec. 21, 60,582 of
those coins had been sold.
RELATED: 'Sold Out' product status notification added to
U.S. Mint’s online catalog
At 3:10 p.m. Dec. 29, less than 24 hours from the
2014 commemorative sales cutoff, Proof and Uncirculated versions of
the 2014 National Baseball Hall of Fame half dollar,
the aforementioned Proof Civil Rights Act dollar, and the 2014 National Baseball Hall of Fame Young Collectors
Set were all still available.
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