The 2015 American Liberty High Relief Gold Coin is now listed as “Currently Unavailable” on the U.S. Mint’s Web site. Earlier today, officials at the U.S. Mint reported that the item had sold 45,479 coins of its 50,000-piece maximum.
The coin, composed of 1 ounce of gold that is 99.99% pure, currently costs $1,590.00 and has been available since July. As noted on Mint News Blog, the coin’s sales have picked up sharply in recent weeks, making an impending sellout increasingly likely. The coin has sold more than 3,000 pieces in the last three weeks, and its 50-unit household order limit has been removed.
The “Currently Unavailable” status indicates that the product’s inventory is dwindling, but it does not necessarily mean a sellout is immanent. It’s likely that small batches of the coin will continue to be sporadically released as the Mint fields its final returns and sales. Some items remain “Unavailable” for months before being declared “Sold out,” and with 4,521 possible sales to be made within the Liberty HR’s allotted mintage, it will be interesting to see how many more of these coins the Mint makes available.
For more information on the 2015 American Liberty High Relief Gold Coin, please visit the U.S. Mint’s Web site.