For eight days there has been an order limit of five per household for the March of Dimes Special Silver Set. That has now been removed by the U.S. Mint.
Sales stand at 71,114 and are still 3,886 short of the 75,000 sellout figure.
One buyer can theoretically push sales over the goal line, but will anyone want to?
Collectors are a contrary bunch. We want coins when we are told we can't have them. When order caps are lifted and we can buy all we want, will we?