2020 Women's Suffrage Centennial Proof Silver Dollar Commemorative

A reminder to readers that the introductory pricing of the Women’s Suffrage commemorative products ends this week. The introductory prices will end on September 18, 2020 so if you are still considering this commemorative for your collection, now is the time to make your purchase.

The United States Mint’s 2020 Women’s Suffrage Centennial Silver Dollar celebrates the 100th anniversary of the 19th Amendment’s ratification with a distinctive silver dollar coin marking a signature achievement in our Nation’s history. By giving millions of women citizens the right to vote, it profoundly changed our Nation by moving it closer to its promise of inclusion and equality. These inspirational designs not only pay homage to the Amendment’s adoption, they also honor the many pioneers, activists, and foot soldiers in the movement who fought bravely and tenaciously for decades to make it a reality.

United States Mint

The Silver Proof Dollar commemorative is set to be priced at $69.00. It is a 99.999% pure silver coin with a proof finish minted in Philadelphia. There is a limit of 400,000 of these to be available across all Mint products with the coin in it. There is, however, no household limit on the number you can purchase.

2020 Women's Suffrage Centennial Proof Silver Dollar Commemorative
2020 Women’s Suffrage Centennial Proof Silver Dollar Commemorative

Next is the Women’s Suffrage Centennial 2020 Proof Silver Dollar and Medal Set. Only 10,000 of these sets will be made and there is a household limit of one set. It will be priced at $120.

Finally there is the Uncirculated Silver Dollar. It will be priced at $64.00. Like the Proof version of the coin, 400,000 of these will be minted with no household purchase limit in place.

You can use the links above to go to the specific products you are interested in for this Commemorative series.

Sales of the commemoratives has been strong since their release nearly a month ago. You can expect that sales this week will be brisk prior to the price increase at the end of the week.

By Clinton

Clinton is the owner and editor of US Coin News. He has been an avid coin collector, primarily of United States coinage, since 1986 after learning about it from his grandfather. Clinton's collection is now over 3,000 coins. Clinton lives in Colorado where he skis in the winter and hikes in the summer when he is not working on his coin collection.

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