Over in the Commemorative Coins forum mellamobradley46 posted
the following about this set
Apollo 11 currency set has info on it now:
The Bureau of Engraving and Printing (BEP) is pleased to introduce the 2019 Apollo 11 50th Anniversary Currency Set to celebrate the moon landing. The set features a Series 2013 $50 note with a serial number beginning with "1969" and an engraved representation of the famous "Buzz Aldrin on the Moon" photograph taken July 20, 1969. The reflection in Aldrin's visor—which includes Neil Armstrong, the United States flag, and the lunar lander—is embossed. The note is protected by a clear, acid-free polymer sleeve, and the engraved print features a limited edition number matching the last four digits of the serial number on the $50 note.
and CelticKnot added
Mintage Limit: 6,000
Product Limit: 5,700
Household Order Limit: 10
I'm just curious why there's a difference in the Mintage (maybe someday the Mint copy writers will start saying Printing?) and Product limits
AFAIK the notes for this set come from regular production runs. To date, there have been 190,000 MX1969nnnnX series 2013 $50 notes printed. Most of these notes were printed before 2018 and IMHO were not likely reserved for this product. There were 40,000 notes printed in 2018 and I would think they are the likely candidates to be included in the set (MG1969nnnnB Jan 18, MH1969nnnnA Jan 18, ML1969nnnnB Feb 18 and MB1969nnnnD Oct18) with the New York notes probably being the most likely to be included.
It looks to me like the engraved print is the limiting factor for the set. So, why wouldn't it have the same print (mintage) limit as the product limit
BTW the cost of the set will be $85.95 for anyone thinking about getting one