Specifically, there would be no more than 50,000 gold coins with a face value of $5 each, 400,000 silver coins with a $1 face value each, and 750,000 clad coins with a $0.50 face value each. In total, the face value of these coins would be $1,025,000.
There would be a substantial surcharge on the sales of these coins. Each $5 coin would have a $35 surcharge, while $1 coins would have a $10 surcharge, and the $0.50 coin would have a $5 surcharge. The proceeds of the sales of these coins would be split evenly between Susan G. Komen for the Cure and the Breast Cancer Research Foundation for the purpose of furthering research by those organizations.
Additionally, the cost of designing and producing the coins would be included in the final sale price when the coins are made available in 2018. The Treasury could also make bulk sales and prepaid orders at a discounted price.