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The reverse design, created by Ronald D. Sanders and sculpted by Craig Campbell, shows a folded American flag with three roses beneath it to symbolize remembrance for fallen law enforcement officers.
Both the uncirculated and Proof versions were struck at the West Point Mint, and each includes a $35 surcharge to help fund the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Fund’s education and outreach programs. The museum, which was originally authorized by a law from 2000, opened in 2018.
The price of each coin varied by week. When the coin first went on sale on January 28, they were priced at $671.25 for the mint state piece and $681.25 for the Proof – the highest prices ever charged for $5 gold commemoratives. When the coins went off sale in December 2021, their final prices were $651.75 and $661.75.
The coins were sold on a pre-order basis with shipments not scheduled to begin before May 2021.
Sales of the uncirculated piece set a new low, reaching only 1,753, while the Proof which was also offered in a three-coin Proof set with the silver dollar and half dollar – sold a total of 10,261 coins, including 5,867 individual coins and 4,394 in the sets.