As of this morning, the United States Mint’s 2015 March of Dimes Special Silver Set has received orders totaling 66,109 units. This accounts for 88.15% of the established product limit of 75,000 units.
The March of Dimes Special Silver Set is issued as part of the March of Dimes Commemorative Coin Program, which was authorized under Public Law 112-209 to celebrate the 75th anniversary of the organization. Earlier this year, the US Mint opened sales for individual proof and uncirculated versions of the silver dollar. The special silver set contains the proof version of the silver dollar, along with two specially minted Roosevelt Dimes.
The first dime is struck in 90% silver with a reverse proof finish at the Philadelphia Mint and carries the “P” mint mark. The second dime is struck in 90% silver with a proof finish at the West Point Mint and carries the “W” mint mark. Both dimes are exclusive to the special set.
The sets went on sale May 4, 2015, priced at $61.95 each with a product limit of 75,000 units and an ordering limit of 5 units per household.
The opening day sales for the product reached 52,540 units. The cumulative sales totals for the following days were 58,129 units (May 6), 63,882 units (May 7), and 66,109 units (May 8).