The White House Gift Shop started selling a “Trump Defeats COVID” commemorative coin on Monday before the president returned to the White House from the hospital.

Anthony Giannini, the chairman of the White House Gift Shop (WHGS), designed the $100 coin as the final coin in a series for Trump’s first term. 

“When we at WHGS first heard the sad news of President TrumpDonald John TrumpBiden to nominate Linda Thomas-Greenfield for UN ambassador: reports Scranton dedicates 'Joe Biden Way' to honor president-elect Kasich: Republicans 'either in complete lockstep' or 'afraid' of Trump MORE's positive COVID test, once again we had faith and prayed, yet we knew our President would find a way to knockout COVID in early rounds of this battle,” Giannini said. “President Trump, as you know, is a fan of boxing, and the new coin design features more than a hint of superhero qualities in history's most fascinating president.”

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A picture of the coin, which is scheduled to ship on Nov. 14, was not available on the White House Gift Shop. Twenty percent of the proceeds are designated to go to COVID-19 prevention and cancer treatment. 

The White House Gift Shop is not affiliated with the White House. 

The coin went on sale before President Trump was released from Walter Reed National Military Medical Center at 6:30 p.m. on Monday.

The president spent the past three nights at Walter Reed after announcing he and first lady Melania TrumpMelania TrumpPresident says Trump Jr. doing 'very well' after COVID-19 diagnosis Trumps to spend Thanksgiving at White House instead of traveling to Florida Chelsea Clinton blames Trump for Secret Service officers in quarantine MORE tested positive for COVID-19 early Friday. 

Trump announced on Monday afternoon that he would return to the White House that evening, and White House physician Sean Conley told reporters that the medical team backed the president’s return, “though he may not entirely be out of the woods yet.”

Upon his return, Trump removed his mask while posing for photos at the White House and filmed a video message encouraging Americans to not “be afraid of” the coronavirus. 

The U.S. has confirmed more than 7.4 million confirmed COVID-19 cases and 210,127 fatalities, according to data from Johns Hopkins University.