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United States Atlanta Centennial Olympic Games - High Jump - 1996
  • Quality: Commemorative  
  • Production Facility: Philadelphia  
  • Public Law Number: 102  
Image of athlete during the Fosbury Flop and inscriptions.
Obverse: Download
Obverse Description:
Released in 1996, the U.S. Olympic High Jump Silver Dollar features a design of an athlete during the Fosbury Flop which is a high jumping technique introduced by Dick Fosbury at the 1968 Olympic Games. The coin is inscribed: Liberty, In God We Trust, USA and 1996.
Obverse Designer:
Calvin Massey


Image of the mark of the Olympic Games, a torch and flame, and inscriptions.
Reverse: Download
Reverse Description:
The reverse of the U.S. Olympic High Jump Silver Dollar features the mark of the Atlanta Committee for the Olympic Games which is positioned to the left of the design, a torch and flame, and the words Atlanta 1996. The coin is inscribed: United States of America, One Dollar, Centennial Olympic Games, and E Pluribus Unum.
Reverse Designer:
Thomas D. Rogers, Sr.


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