The RHM database lists two Aloha Money Overstrike row entries. One is a 4 piece set and the other is 6 piece set. This is where creative accounting takes place.
1) They are separately listed as 4 and 6 piece set. (1 point awarded to RHM for minimizing the mintage figure by distinguishing the two types of sets).
2) Simply total up the set numbers to get the true mintage figure (1 point to me for seeing through the RHM charades in the mintage game).
$1 – 275 mintage
50c – 275 mintage
25c – 790 mintage
10c – 790 mintage
5c – 790 mintage
1c- 790 mintage
3) Sellers who break up the 6-piece set took a hit selling $1 and 50c specimens individually. They offered specimens with low mintage (275) (1 point for me in seeing the mintage leverage in buying the $1 and 50c rarities individually) (Hint if you see the $1 or 50c specimen there are only 275 of them out there!).
4) Sellers who break up the 6-piece set assume collectors will purchase each coin at the inflated price. This is not true in breaking up complete sets (1 point for me in only cherry picking only the $1)
5) The well versed Hawaiiana Collectors should know that there is an ulterior motive in only collecting the $1. This is because there are two other different US dollar size coins (guess what they are) with the Aloha Money Overstrike. Imagine having a complete set of US Dollar size coins with the Aloha Money Overstrike. (1 point for me in exposing the Aloha Money US Dollar size trifecta). By the way, the 50c Aloha Money Overstrike has no companion coins except the original 4 peice set.
Kidding aside, literally taking RHM mintage figure on a per row basis can make you make some selling and/or purchasing mistakes. Understand the RHM database. Look at adjacent rows. Take good notes (my copy of the RHM has notes everywhere).
Here is 1 of 275 Eisenhower Dollar overstrikes.