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*********************SOLD OUT AT THE MINT*********************To commemorate the centennial of America’s involvement in World War I and honor the more than 4 million men and women from the United States who served. This set includes a proof silver dollar and a proof silver Coast Guard medal. *****************LOW MINTAGE*****************2018 WWI Silver Dollar and Army Silver Medal Set Mintage 15,5..
The 2011 U.S. Army Silver Dollar was issued as part of a commemorative coin program authorized to recognize and celebrate the establishment of the U.S. Army in 1775, honor the American soldier of today and yesterday, and commemorate the role of the Army in American Society. The program also includes a $5 gold coin and clad half dollar. The obverse design of the coin depicts the busts of a male an..
The 2012 Infantry Soldier Silver Dollar was issued to commemorate the legacy of the United States Army Infantry and the establishment of the National Infantry Museum and Soldier Center. The program included a silver dollar coin with a maximum mintage of 350,000 pieces. The designs for the coin were announced prior to a football game between the Fort Benning Doughboys and the Columbus State Univer..
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The 2005 Marine Corps Silver Dollar was issued to mark the 230th anniversary of the Marines. The design featuring an iconic image of the Marine Corps made the coins a huge success with collectors and the broader public. The obverse features the famous scene of Marines raising an American Flag over Iwo Jima that was photographed by Joe Rosenthanl. The inscriptions include “Liberty”, “In God We Trus..
This proof 2010 American Veterans Disabled for Life Silver Dollar is extraordinarily brilliant and features sharp relief and a mirror-like background to highlight the images on both sides of the coin.The coin designs are emblematic of the many stories of our disabled veterans' courage, loyalty and sacrifice. The obverseof this coin features an image of the legs and boots of three veterans. Th..
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The obverse design of the coin features a military figure charging up a
hill. There are naval ships in the foreground, an F-86 aircraft flying
over head, and eight stars.
The reverse of the coin features a design of a map of Korea divided at the 38th Parallel and a bust of the American bald eagle.
THIRTY EIGHTH ANNIVERSARY COMMEMORATIVEKOREAIN GOD WE ..
What the Coin Commemorates The coin was authorized to commemorate the sacrifice of law enforcement officers and their families in preserving public safety. The National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial On October 15, 1991, the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial was dedicated in Washington D.C. to honor the more than 14,000 officers slain in the line of duty. An inscription on the memorial..
Only a single commemorative coin was issued for 1990, representing a lull in the multiple coins seen for past and future years. The 1990 Eisenhower Silver Dollar was issued to mark the centennial of the birth of Dwight D. Eisenhower on October 14, 1890. He is honored as both a five-star General and the 34th President of the United States. The obverse designed by John Mercanti includes a right fac..
The United States Mint issued three coins as part of a program to recognize and celebrate the 5-Star Generals of the United States Army. The release of the coins would also coincide with the 132nd anniversary of the founding of the United States Army Command and General Staff College. Two of the five individuals to hold this distinction were featured on a clad composition half dollar. The 2013 5 S..
The 1994 Vietnam Veterans Memorial Silver Dollar was issued under one of three similarly themed commemorative coin programs. The other two programs featured Women in Military Service Memorial and Prisoners of War Memorial. This coin was issued to mark the 10th anniversary of the dedication of the Vietnam Veterans Memorial Wall in Washington, DC. Surcharges raised from the sale of coins went to an ..
The 1994 Prisoner of War Silver Dollar was one of three similarly themed commemorative silver dollars released by the United States Mint during the year. The other programs were issued for the Women in Military Service Memorial and Vietnam Veterans Memorial. This coin was issued for the Prisoner of War Memorial Museum to be built in Andersonville, Georgia. The obverse of the coin depicts a bald e..
This Silver coin was issued in 1993 to commemorate the 50th anniversary of America’s involvement in World War II from 1941 to 1945. Coin Highlights: Contains .7734 silver. Obverse: U.S. Mint sculptor-engraver Thomas D. Rogers Sr. designed the silver dollar showing an American soldier on the beach at Normandy. Reverse: Depicts the shoulder sleeve insignia of the Supreme Headquarters Allied ..
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This limited edition presentation of only 5,000 coins is accompanied by a specially designed booklet that tells the story of the efficient campaign led by Lord Kitchener. His steely gaze features on the arresting reverse of this handsome coin. Every detail of John Bergdahl’s design is enhanced beautifully by sterling silver and The Royal Mint’s unrivaled Proof finish. A fitting reminder of those w..
On the morning of September 14, 1814, Francis Scot Key saw a 42-foot by 30-foot American flag flying over Fort McHenry through clearing smoke caused by a 25-hour British bombardment of Fort McHenry. He was so inspired by the sight that he wrote a verse he called “The Defense of Fort McHenry.” By 1916, these words, sung to the tune of the British melody “To Anacreon in Heaven,” had become so widely..
Founded in 1775, the United States Army has served this country well for 236 years. It has played a decisive role in protecting and defending freedom throughout our history and has consistently answered the call to serve the American people at home and abroad since the Revolutionary War. More than 30 million American men and women have served in the U.S. Army since its founding.The obverse design..
Remember our heroes who have distinguished themselves conspicuously by gallantry and intrepidity at the risk of their lives above and beyond the call of duty with this commemorative Silver Coin.What a wonderful way to teach your children or grandchildren about our armed forces and the service personnel who have earned this prestigious honor. What a wonderful way to honor a service..
Impressive, high-quality key chains for each of the United States military services! Choose from Army, Navy, Marine Corps, or Air Force. Each is 1-1/2" in diameter with a a 1-1/8" metal key ring.Sold as a set of 2 or buy a set of all military services, includes a total of 8 key chains.
The 2010 American Veterans Disabled for Life Silver Dollars were one of two commemorative coin programs offered by the United States Mint for the year. The coins were authorized under Public Law No: 110-277, first proposed as H.R. 634 The American Veterans Disabled for Life Commemorative Coin Act. The silver dollars are issued to honor the service of disabled veterans who survived the ordeals or w..
Remember our heroes who have distinguished themselves conspicuously by gallantry and intrepidity at the risk of their lives above and beyond the call of duty. This commemorative silver coin is graded as a perfect PR70 by ANACS.What a wonderful way to teach your kids or grand kids about our armed forces and the service personnel who have earned this prestigious honor. What a wonderful way..
In 1943, Canada introduced a new reverse design for the 5 Cents coin.Instead of the beaver, it featured a torch and "V" for "victory" to help promote Canada's World War II effort.The "V" has a double meaning: it was a representation of Winston Churchill's "V" for victory sign and of the Roman numeral "V" for five cents.The "Victory" coin was struck until 1945 when the war ended; the beaver design ..
Prior to World War II, Canada's 5 Cents coin was made in pure nickel. Nickel was important to Canada's World War II effort. It is a component in stainless steel and other alloys vital for producing war materiel. In 1942, it was decided to suspend nickel coinage for the duration of the war. An alloy known as tombac was developed to replace nickel in the 5 Cents coin.&n..
This collection contains 5 Lincoln Cents from the World War II era.Includes:One coin from each year, including emergency 1943 Steel Penny and 1944-1945 Shellcase Pennies.1943 Steel Penny is the first and only steel coin in U.S. history.Shellcase Pennies were made with copper from recycled shell cases from World War II battlefields.
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2011 September 11 National Medal Obverse 2011 September 11 National Medal Reverse Background On September 11, 2001, nearly 3,000 people were killed in terrorist attacks at the World Trade Center in New York City, the Pentagon in Arlington, Va. – across the river from Washington, D.C. – and in a thwarted attack and subsequent plane crash in a field in Shanksvill..
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