The U.S. Mint first began selling the 2003-P First Flight Uncirculated Commemorative Half Dollars on August 01, 2003. The coins were struck to commemorate the 100th Anniversary of the Wring Brothers flight near Kitty Hawk, North Carolina in December 17, 1903.
The Mint struck 6 different commemorative coins to honor this event.
Issue Date: August 1, 2003
Pre-Issue Price: $9.75
Regular Issue Price: $10.75
End of Sales: July 31, 2004
Maximum Authorized Mintage:
Composition:92% copper, 8% nickel
The six different First Flight Commemorative coins struck in 2003 are as follows:
50c First Flight Half Dollar (Uncirculated)
50c First Flight Half Dollar (Proof)
$1 First Flight Dollar (Uncirculated)
$1 First Flight Dollar (Proof)
$10 First Flight Gold (Uncirculated)
$10 First Flight Gold (Proof)