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This Silver Dollar graded a perfect PR70 by PCGS and is hand signed by Mr. October himself, Reggie Jackson.
In 2014, the United States Mint launched one of their most popular commemorative coin programs in recent history honoring the National Baseball Hall of Fame. This coins has a unique dome shape representing the shape of a baseball
The selected obverse design for the 2014 Baseball Hall of Fame Silver Dollar was created by Cassie McFarland of San Luis Obispo, California. The design features an open baseball glove, which was complimentary to the concave shape of the obverse surface of the coin. The inscriptions in the palm of the glove read “Liberty”, “In God We Trust”, and “2014”.
The reverse design, which was created through the typical design selection process, features the image of a baseball, complimentary to the convex shape of the reverse surface. The inscriptions read “United States of America”, “E Pluribus Unum”, and “One Dollar”.
The silver dollars were struck in a composition of 90% silver and 10% copper, with a diameter of 1.500 inches, height of 0.243 inch, and weight of 26.73 grams. Proof and uncirculated versions were struck at the Philadelphia Mint with an overall maximum mintage of 400,000 pieces.
After less than two weeks of sales, orders had been placed for the entire 400,000 maximum authorized mintage.
The final mintage for the 2014 Baseball Hall of Fame Silver Dollar was 131,924 for the uncirculated version and 268,076 for the proof version.
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