'The Black Album in Black & White', compiled in in collaboration with photographer Ross Halfin, is published this week.
In response, the group wrote on Twitter: "Unreal! Thanks to the most dedicated fans in the world... you all are incredible!"
James Hetfield previously told Kerrang!: “I was pretty distraught when Lemmy passed. My vision of him was as a statue of a man that was immortal."
The new coin is the latest in a limited edition series titled 'Modern Irish Musicians', which began with Rory Gallagher in 2018.
The film will now be returning for one more night in cinemas worldwide on 30 October.
The final donation came on 25 August, when the band donated a €63,000 cheque to Freezone Mannheim, a German homeless youth aid group.
It's become a tradition for Metallica to pay tribute to artists who come from the cities or the countries they are playing in.
Towards the end of the song, Metallica vocalist and guitarist James Hetfield told the crowd: “We love you, Phil.”
The metal titans donated to Dublin's Capuchin day centre which helps provide for homeless people and the ISPCC for children.
The new thriller, titled ‘Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil And Vile’ can be streamed from 3 May.
The film, which is directed by Adam Dubin, is set to premiere on 20 April at AMC Kabuki 8 in San Francisco.
The special, one-off event is to mark the 20th anniversary of the metal titans' 1999 live LP, 'S&M.'
The seventh annual Metallica night with baseball’s San Francisco Giants will take place on 26 April.
The film will feature contributions from Thin Lizzy personnel including Scott Gorham, Eric Bell and Darren Wharton.
The prestigious award has been referred to as the “Nobel Prize for music”.
Previous winners of the prestigious prize include Elton John, Sting, Ray Charles, Bob Dylan, Led Zeppelin, Pink Floyd and Paul McCartney.