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Half-ounce U.S. gold commemorative coin quickly sells out at $1,335
World War II Gold Coin, Silver Medal Devoured in Nov. 9 Sales
By Paul Gilkes
Coin World, Sidney, Ohio
Friday, November 13, 2020
The limited-edition Proof 2020-W End of World War II 75th Anniversary $25 gold coin and Proof 2020 silver medal were released for sale at noon ET Nov. 9, and the U.S. Mint website received enough orders to push the products into "currently unavailable" status in short order.
First-day sales, according to U.S. Mint spokesman Michael White, were 7,100 for the gold coin and 19,041 for the silver medal. As of Nov. 13 sales totaled 7,194 and 19,517, respectively. The half-ounce .9999 fine gold coin was limited to a release of 7,500 coins and the .999 fine silver medal to 20,000 pieces. Both product options have a household order limit of one each.
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The gold coin was offered for $1,335 and the silver medal for $75.
"Currently unavailable" means, according to the Mint, "We are currently out of this item, but more may be available later. If you provide your email address or cell number using the 'remind me' button, you will receive any back-in-stock messages we send related to this product." ...
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