The first-ever curved coin struck by the U.S. Mint is this spectacular 2014 silver dollar that pays tribute to the 75th anniversary of the National Baseball Hall of Fame in Cooperstown, NY! Since it opened in 1939, more than 15 million people have visited the Baseball Hall of Fame. It’s home to thousands of artifacts covering the game’s history, along with plaques for the 300+ members who’ve been inducted. This curved coin’s innovative technology – a natural complement to America’s favorite pastime – led to it quickly selling out at the mint.
Struck in 90% silver, this dollar coin had a limited mintage of 400,000 and is the perfect showcase for a nostalgic ball-and-glove design. The concave obverse features a classic baseball glove, while the convex reverse displays a ball similar to those used by major league players. Order this first-of-its-kind, 90% silver dollar today to add fun and history to your collection.