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2014 Civil Rights Act of 1964 Silver Dollar

Public Law:  110-451

Obverse
Designer: Justin Kunz
Engraver: Phebe Hemphill
Description: features three people holding hands at a civil rights march.  The man holds a sign that reads "We Shall Overcome."  The design is symbolic of all marches that helped galvanize the civil rights movement.  Inscriptions are 2014, LIBERTY, and IN GOD WE TRUST.

Reverse
Designer: Donna Weaver
Engraver: Jim Licaretz
Description: features three flames intertwined to symbolize the freedom of education, freedom to vote and freedom to control one’s own destiny.  The design was inspired by the following quote by Martin Luther King, Jr.: "They get the fire hose.  They fail to realize that water can only put out physical fire.  But water can never drown the fire of freedom." Inscriptions are CIVIL RIGHTS ACT OF 1964, SIGNED INTO LAW JULY 2, 1964, EPLURIBUS UNUM, ONE DOLLAR, and UNITED STATES OF AMERICA.

Proof
Obverse: Hi-Res Image
Reverse: Hi-Res Image

Uncirculated
Obverse: Hi-Res Image
Reverse: Hi-Res Image

Obverse and reverse of the 2014 Civil Rights Act of 1964 Proof Silver Dollar Obverse and reverse of the 2014 Civil Rights Act of 1964 Uncirculated Silver Dollar


Shimon Peres Bronze Medal

Public Law: 113-114

Obverse
Designer:  Don Everhart
Engraver:  Don Everhart
Description:  features a portrait of Israeli President Shimon Peres, with a flag of Israel in the background.  "SHIMON PERES" is the inscription.

Reverse
Designer:  Joseph Menna
Engraver:  Joseph Menna
Description:  depicts a dove of peace with the quotation from President Peres, "YOU ARE AS GREAT AS THE CAUSE YOU SERVE," and the inscription ACT OF CONGRESS 2014.

Obverse:  Hi-Res Image
Reverse:  Hi-Res Image

Obverse and Reverse of the Shimon Peres Bronze Medal

Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. and Coretta Scott King Bronze Medal

Public Law: 108-368

Obverse
Designer:  Don Everhart
Engraver:  Don Everhart
Description:  features portraits of Dr. King and Coretta Scott King.  Beneath the portraits is a banner with the inscription FOR THEIR SERVICE TO HUMANITY.  Other inscriptions include DR. MARTIN LUTHER KING, JR., and CORETTA SCOTT KING along the top of the medal, and the inscription ACT OF CONGRESS 2004.

Reverse
Designer:  Donna Weaver
Engraver:  Donna Weaver
Description:  depicts the Martin Luther King, Jr. Center for Nonviolent Social Change, which remains the official legacy of Dr. King’s dream of nonviolent social change and full civil rights for all Americans.  Below the image of the center is a quote recommended by Mrs. King. The lower half of the medal is encircled with a wreath of laurel.

Obverse:  Hi-Res Image
Reverse:  Hi-Res Image

Obverse and Reverse of the Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. and Coretta Scott King Bronze Medal

Code Talkers Recognition Bronze Medals

Public Law: 110-420

Cherokee Nation (Oklahoma)

Obverse
Designer:  Donna Weaver
Engraver:  Michael Gaudioso
Description:  features a code talker communicating on a field phone and writing in the Cherokee language. Inscriptions are CHEROKEE NATION and CODE TALKERS in both Cherokee Syllabary and English.

Reverse
Designer: Joseph Menna
Engraver:  Joseph Menna
Description:  features a variation of the Cherokee Nation seal. Inscriptions are WORLD WAR I, WORLD WAR II and ACT OF CONGRESS 2008.

Obverse:  Hi-Res Image
Reverse:  Hi-Res Image

Cherokee Nation Code Talkers Recognition Bronze Medal

Cheyenne River Sioux Tribe (South Dakota)

Obverse
Designer:  Donna Weaver
Engraver:  Michael Gaudioso
Description:  depicts a World War I soldier sitting in a trench while receiving a message over his telephone. In the lower field, a World War II soldier sits in a deciduous forest while communicating messages. Inscriptions are WAKPA WASTE OYANKE AKICITA ZUYA IYASICA and LAKOTA CODE TALKERS.

Reverse
Designer:  Don Everhart
Engraver:  Jim Licaretz
Description:  features elements from the Cheyenne River Sioux flag and four tipis with buffalos imposed on it. Inscriptions are WORLD WAR I, WORLD WAR II and ACT OF CONGRESS.

Obverse:  Hi-Res Image
Reverse:  Hi-Res Image

Cheyenne River Sioux Tribe Code Talkers Recognition Bronze Medal

Choctaw Nation (Oklahoma)

Obverse
Designer:  Thomas Cleveland
Engraver:  Phebe Hemphill
Description:  features a soldier on his field phone writing "TANAMPO CHITO". Inscriptions are CHOCTAW NATION and CODE TALKERS.

Reverse
Designer:  Don Everhart
Engraver:  Jim Licaretz
Description:  features the major elements from the Choctaw Nation seal, identified as the pipe hatchet and bow and arrows. Inscriptions are WORLD WAR I, WORLD WAR II and ACT OF CONGRESS 2008.

Obverse:  Hi-Res Image
Reverse:  Hi-Res Image

Choctaw Nation Code Talkers Recognition Bronze Medal

Comanche Nation (Oklahoma)

Obverse
Designer:  Richard Masters
Engraver:  Charles L. Vickers
Description: features the Comanche Code and Spirit Talker Monument located at Comanche Nation headquarters. Inscriptions are COMANCHE CODE TALKERS and NUMUNU.

Reverse
Designer:  Don Everhart
Engraver:  Don Everhart
Description:  features the Comanche Nation logo, the 90th Infantry Division insignia on the left and the 4th Infantry Division insignia on the right. Inscriptions are PUHIHWITEKWA EKASAHPANA, WORLD WAR I, WORLD WAR II and ACT OF CONGRESS 2008.

Obverse:  Hi-Res Image
Reverse:  Hi-Res Image

Comanche Nation Code Talkers Recognition Bronze Medal

Crow Creek Sioux Tribe (South Dakota)

Obverse
Designer:  Thomas Cleveland
Engraver:  Phebe Hemphill
Description:  features a World War II soldier with phone and map in hand. Inscriptions are HUNKPATI DAKOTA OYATE, CROW CREEK TRIBE and SIOUX CODE TALKERS.

Reverse
Designer:  Thomas Cleveland
Engraver:  Renata Gordon
Description:  features a variation of the Crow Creek Tribe seal. Inscriptions are WORLD WAR I, WORLD WAR II and ACT OF CONGRESS 2008.

Obverse:  Hi-Res Image
Reverse:  Hi-Res Image

Crow Creek Sioux Tribe Code Talkers Recognition Bronze Medal

Fort Peck Assiniboine and Sioux Tribes (Montana)

Obverse
Designer:  Don Everhart
Engraver:  Don Everhart
Description:  features a World War II infantry helmet and two feathers. Inscriptions are FORT PECK ASSINIBOINE, SIOUX TRIBES and CODE TALKERS.

Reverse
Designer:  Joel Iskowitz
Engraver:  Jim Licaretz
Description: The reverse design features the outline of the Fort Peck Indian Reservation (a buffalo outlined by rivers and creeks), two eagle staffs, a Plains Indian dance whip and the 41st Infantry Division patch. Inscriptions are WORLD WAR II, ACT OF CONGRESS 2008 and B CO. 1ST BN 163RD INFANTRY.

Obverse:  Hi-Res Image
Reverse:  Hi-Res Image

Fort Peck Assiniboine and Sioux Tribes Code Talkers Recognition Bronze Medal

Ho-Chunk Nation (Wisconsin)

Obverse
Designer:  Michael Gaudioso
Engraver:  Michael Gaudioso
Description:  features a code talker communicating a message. Inscriptions are HO-CHUNK NATION CODE TALKERS and WOINUXᾼᾼ HITÉTÉ.

Reverse
Designer:  Don Everhart
Engraver:  Don Everhart
Description:  features a variation of the Ho-Chunk Nation seal, which includes an eagle, bear, peace pipe and war club. An outline of Wisconsin is also included. Inscriptions are WORLD WAR II, SOUTH PACIFIC and ACT OF CONGRESS 2008.

Obverse:  Hi-Res Image
Reverse:  Hi-Res Image

Ho-Chunk Nation Code Talkers Recognition Bronze Medal

Hopi Tribe (Arizona)

Obverse
Designer:  Joel Iskowitz
Engraver:  Don Everhart
Description:  features Hopi code talkers communicating on a field phone and using binoculars to search for the enemy. The
B-24 Liberator in the background represents the Hopi code talkers' service in the 90th and 380th Bombardment Groups. Inscriptions are HOPI CODE TALKERS and U.S. ARMY.

Reverse
Designer:  Joel Iskowitz
Engraver:  Renata Gordon
Description:  features a variation of the Hopi Tribe flag, which depicts a circle with dots, mountains and stalks of corn on both sides of the mountains. Inscriptions are WORLD WAR II, ACT OF CONGRESS 2008, A CODE NEVER BROKEN, KEPT AMERICA FREE and HOPILAVAYI.

Obverse:  Hi-Res Image
Reverse:  Hi-Res Image

Hopi Tribe Code Talkers Recognition Bronze Medal

Kiowa Tribe (Oklahoma)

Obverse
Designer:  Joseph Menna
Engraver:  Joseph Menna
Description:  depicts a code talker using a field phone to communicate. Inscriptions are KIOWA TRIBE CODE TALKERS and 689TH FIELD ARTILLERY, EUROPE.

Reverse
Designer:  Joseph Menna
Engraver:  Joseph Menna
Description: depicts the Kiowa Tribe logo. Inscriptions are DEDICATION, HONOR, VALOR, WORLD WAR II and ACT OF CONGRESS 2008.

Obverse:  Hi-Res Image
Reverse:  Hi-Res Image

Kiowa Tribe Code Talkers Recognition Bronze Medal

Menominee Nation (Wisconsin)

Obverse
Designer:  Paul Balan
Engraver:  Phebe Hemphill
Description:  depicts a code talker using communication equipment while three P-51 Mustangs fly overhead. Inscriptions are MENOMINEE CODE TALKERS and OMAEQNOMENEW KEMOC KEKETOTATOWAK.

Reverse
Designer:  Donna Weaver
Engraver:  Renata Gordon
Description:  features the Thunderbird, which is the center element of the Menominee Nation seal; the five clans (bear, eagle, wolf, moose and crane); a sturgeon; and wild rice. The Menominee Nation is known for its reliance on wild rice and intense fishing, especially for sturgeon. Inscriptions are WORLD WAR II and ACT OF CONGRESS 2008.

Obverse:  Hi-Res Image
Reverse:  Hi-Res Image

Menominee Nation Code Talkers Recognition Bronze Medal

Meskwaki Nation (Iowa)

Obverse
Designer:  Thomas Cleveland
Engraver:  Phebe Hemphill
Description:  features two code talkers in action. Inscriptions are MESKWAKI NATION CODE TALKERS and ne me skwa, ki i be na.

Reverse
Designer:  Don Everhart
Engraver:  Renata Gordon
Description:  features a variation of the Meskwaki Nation logo. Inscriptions are ACT OF CONGRESS 2008, WORLD WAR I and WORLD WAR II.

Obverse:  Hi-Res Image
Reverse:  Hi-Res Image

Meskwaki Nation Code Talkers Recognition Bronze Medal

Muscogee (Creek) Nation (Oklahoma)

Obverse
Designer:  Paul C. Balan
Engraver:  Phebe Hemphill
Description:  features a code talker speaking on his field phone. The inscription is MUSCOGEE CREEK NATION CODE TALKERS.

Reverse
Designer:  Paul C. Balan
Engraver:  Renata Gordon
Description:  depicts lacrosse sticks and a ball. Inscriptions are WORLD WAR II and ACT OF CONGRESS 2008.

Obverse:  Hi-Res Image
Reverse:  Hi-Res Image

Muscogee Creek Nation Code Talkers Recognition Bronze Medal

Oglala Sioux Tribe (South Dakota)

Obverse
Designer:  Michael Gaudioso
Engraver:  Michael Gaudioso
Description:  features a code talker with a stylized eagle in the background. Inscriptions are OGLALA and LAKOTA AKICITA IYESKA WICASA.

Reverse
Designer:  Don Everhart
Engraver:  Jim Licaretz
Description:  features a variation of the Oglala Sioux Tribe flag. The nine tipis represent the nine districts of Oglala – Porcupine, Wakpamni, Medicine Root, Pass Creek, Eagle Nest, White Clay, PR Village, La Creek and Wounded Knee – all of which are inscribed along the border of the design. Other inscriptions are WORLD WAR II, ACT OF CONGRESS, 2008 and AKICITA, OKOLAKICIYE.

Obverse:  Hi-Res Image
Reverse:  Hi-Res Image

Oglala Sioux Tribe Code Talkers Recognition Bronze Medal

Oneida Nation (Wisconsin)

Obverse
Designer:  Donna Weaver
Engraver:  Charles L. Vickers
Description: features an Oneida Nation code talker with eagle feathers, positioned similar to those in the Oneida Gustoweh (head dress) in the background. Inscriptions are ONEIDA NATION WARRIORS and CODE TALKERS.

Reverse
Designer:  Donna Weaver
Engraver:  Renata Gordon
Description:  features the Great White Pine Tree of Peace with four white roots atop a turtle. To the left of the tree is the foot print of a bear. To the right of the tree is the footprint of a wolf. Atop the tree is an eagle. The symbols near or under the turtle are a war club and six arrows bound tightly together. An image of the two-row wampum belt is at the bottom of the design. Inscriptions are WORLD WAR II, ACT OF CONGRESS 2008 and LATIWʌNATÉNYESHSE.

Obverse:  Hi-Res Image
Reverse:  Hi-Res Image

Oneida Nation Code Talkers Recognition Bronze Medal

Osage Nation (Oklahoma)

Obverse
Designer:  Frank Morris
Engraver:  Phebe Hemphill
Description:  depicts a code talker looking up and focusing on his task. The barbed wire is symbolic of the threat to the soldier. Inscriptions are OSAGE NATION and CODE TALKERS.

Reverse
Designer:  Don Everhart
Engraver:  Renata Gordon
Description:  depicts a variation of the Osage Nation seal. Inscriptions are ACT OF CONGRESS 2008, WORLD WAR I and WORLD WAR II.

Obverse:  Hi-Res Image
Reverse:  Hi-Res Image

Osage Nation Code Talkers Recognition Bronze Medal

Pawnee Nation (Oklahoma)

Obverse
Designer:  Don Everhart
Engraver:  Don Everhart
Description:  features the full body profile of a soldier with phone and helmet in hand. It is inscribed PAWNEE NATION CODE TALKERS.

Reverse
Designer:  Michael Gaudioso
Engraver:  Michael Gaudioso
Description:  depicts a variation of the Pawnee Nation seal, which includes the wolf, tomahawk, peace pipe, morning star, sage, cedar and a banner inscribed with CHATICKS-SI-CHATICKS. Other inscriptions are WORLD WAR I, WORLD WAR II and ACT OF CONGRESS 2008.

Obverse:  Hi-Res Image
Reverse:  Hi-Res Image

Pawnee Nation Code Talkers Recognition Bronze Medal

Ponca Tribe (Oklahoma)

Obverse
Designer:  Joel Iskowitz
Engraver:  Phebe Hemphill
Description:  features two code talkers in action with Chief White Eagle, a respected leader of the Ponca Tribe, in the background. It is inscribed PONCA TRIBE CODE TALKERS.

Reverse
Designer:  Joel Iskowitz
Engraver:  Renata Gordon
Description:  features a variation of the Ponca Tribe seal, which consists of three clustered tipis with the sun behind it. Inscriptions are ACT OF CONGRESS 2008, WORLD WAR I and WORLD WAR II.

Obverse:  Hi-Res Image
Reverse:  Hi-Res Image

Ponca Tribe Code Talkers Recognition Bronze Medal

Pueblo of Acoma Tribe (New Mexico)

Obverse
Designer:  Donna Weaver
Engraver:  Michael Gaudioso
Description:  features a Pueblo of Acoma code talker scouting the area during his tour of duty in the South Pacific. Inscriptions are PUEBLO OF ACOMA and CODE TALKERS.

Reverse
Designer:  Donna Weaver
Engraver:  Renata Gordon
Description:  features the Pueblo of Acoma flag. Clans depicted in the flag are the antelope (at the top center); the road runner, turkey, parrot, oak and mustard seed (to the left); and an eagle, sun, bear, pumpkin, and red and yellow corn (to the right). In the center (bottom to top) are water, Abraham Lincoln's Cane of Authority presented to the tribe in 1864, Pueblo of Acoma Sky City Village and wind. Inscriptions are WORLD WAR II and ACT OF CONGRESS 2008.

Obverse:  Hi-Res Image
Reverse:  Hi-Res Image

Pueblo of Acoma Tribe Code Talkers Recognition Bronze Medal

Santee Sioux Nation (Nebraska)

Obverse
Designer:  Frank Morris
Engraver:  Phebe Hemphill
Description:  depicts a Santee Sioux code talker looking up and focusing on the task required. The barbed wire is a symbol of the threat to the soldier. Inscriptions are MDEWAKANTON, WAKPEKUTE and SANTEE DAKOTA SIOUX CODE TALKERS.

Reverse
Designer:  Charles L. Vickers
Engraver:  Charles L. Vickers
Description:  depicts the Santee Sioux Nation seal. Inscriptions are WORLD WAR I, WORLD WAR II and ACT OF CONGRESS 2008.

Obverse:  Hi-Res Image
Reverse:  Hi-Res Image

Santee Sioux Nation Code Talkers Recognition Bronze Medal

Seminole Nation (Oklahoma)

Obverse
Designer:  Joel Iskowitz
Engraver:  Phebe Hemphill
Description:  features Seminole Nation code talkers with an early period chief in the background. The inscribed phrase ACEMEKET HECETV HERET OS is an actual phrase used by Seminole code talkers. The other inscription is SEMINOLE CODE TALKERS.

Reverse
Designer:  Joseph Menna
Engraver:  Joseph Menna
Description:  depicts a variation of the Seminole Nation of Oklahoma seal. Inscriptions are WORLD WAR II, ACT OF CONGRESS 2008 and SEMINOLE NATION OF OKLAHOMA.

Obverse:  Hi-Res Image
Reverse:  Hi-Res Image

Seminole Nation Code Talkers Recognition Bronze Medal

Sisseton Wahpeton Oyate (Sioux) Tribe (South Dakota)

Obverse
Designer:  Frank Morris
Engraver:  Phebe Hemphill
Description:  depicts a soldier being shielded by an eagle to keep him safe. Inscriptions are SISSETON WAHPETON SIOUX and DAKOTA CODE TALKERS.

Reverse
Designer:  Don Everhart
Engraver:  Jim Licaretz
Description:  features a variation of the Sisseton Wahpeton Oyate Tribe seal. The central part of the design depicts the boundaries of the reservation with seven tipis, which represent the seven districts within the Sisseton Wahpeton Oyate of Lake Traverse Reservation. Inscriptions are PACIFIC THEATRE, WORLD WAR II, LAKE TRAVERSE RESERVATION and ACT OF CONGRESS 2008.

Obverse:  Hi-Res Image
Reverse:  Hi-Res Image

Sisseton Wahpeton Oyate (Sioux) Tribe Code Talkers Recognition Bronze Medal

Standing Rock Sioux Tribe (South Dakota)

Obverse
Designer:  Barbara Fox
Engraver:  Jim Licaretz
Description:  features code talkers transmitting and writing information. Inscriptions are LAKOTA CODE TALKERS and STANDING ROCK SIOUX TRIBE.

Reverse
Designer:  Barbara Fox
Engraver:  Jim Licaretz
Description:  features the seal of the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe. Inscriptions include PORCUPINE, LONG SOLDIER, CANNON BALL, WAKPALA, KENEL, RUNNING ANTELOPE, BEAR SOLDIER and ROCK CREEK, the eight districts of the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe. Additional inscriptions are ACT OF CONGRESS 2008, STANDING ROCK SIOUX TRIBE, JULY 1873, WORLD WAR I and WORLD WAR II.

Obverse:  Hi-Res Image
Reverse:  Hi-Res Image

Standing Rock Sioux Tribe Code Talkers Recognition Bronze Medal

Tlingit Tribe (Alaska)

Obverse
Designer:  Susan Gamble
Engraver:  Joseph Menna
Description:  the antenna on the soldier's equipment is raised as he talks on his radio sending a coded message. The soldier kneels on his left knee and holds his rifle in his right hand in case of attack. The three semicircles signify the transmission of radio signals. It is inscribed TLINGIT WARRIORS CODE TALKERS.

Reverse
Designer:  Susan Gamble
Engraver:  Renata Gordon
Description:  depicts a killer whale headdress representing the Tlingit code talkers of World War II who were affiliated with the Killer Whale Clan. Inscriptions are WORLD WAR II, KILLER WHALE CLAN and ACT OF CONGRESS 2008.

Obverse:  Hi-Res Image
Reverse:  Hi-Res Image

Tlingit Tribe Code Talkers Recognition Bronze Medal

Tonto Apache Tribe (Arizona)

Obverse
Designer:  Joel Iskowitz
Engraver:  Joseph Menna
Description:  depicts a close-up and background view of a code talker, which represents communicating a message and running a message. Inscriptions are TONTO APACHE TRIBE and CODE TALKERS.

Reverse
Designer:  Donna Weaver
Engraver:  Renata Gordon
Description:  features a variation of the Tonto Apache seal, which depicts four feathers, a streak of stylized lightning as depicted in Apache art and four streamers. Inscriptions are WORLD WAR I and ACT OF CONGRESS 2008.

Obverse:  Hi-Res Image
Reverse:  Hi-Res Image

Tonto Apache Tribe Code Talkers Recognition Bronze Medal

White Mountain Apache Tribe (Arizona)

Obverse
Designer:  Barbara Fox
Engraver:  Joseph Menna
Description:  features code talkers behind sand bags. The code talker in the foreground is using a field phone to deliver a message, while the one in the background writes the coded message. Inscriptions are WHITE MOUNTAIN APACHE TRIBE and CODE TALKERS.

Reverse
Designer:  Barbara Fox
Engraver:  Joseph Menna
Description:  features a variation of the White Mountain Apache Tribe seal. The seal depicts a rainbow rising against the sky over a landscape with an elk standing by a river near a wikiup, or traditional dwelling. Snow-capped mountains are in the distance, while nearer, at the base of the seal, is a pine forest. An earthen Apache vase, in the foreground, is flanked by two feathers and a pair of lightning bolts near the outer edge of the seal. Inscriptions are WORLD WAR II and ACT OF CONGRESS 2008.

Obverse:  Hi-Res Image
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White Mountain Apache Tribe Code Talkers Recognition Bronze Medal

Yankton Sioux Tribe (South Dakota)

Obverse
Designer:  Ronald D. Sanders
Engraver:  Don Everhart
Description:  features two code talkers with the inscriptions YANKTON SIOUX and CODE TALKERS.

Reverse
Designer:  Charles L. Vickers
Engraver:  Charles L. Vickers
Description:  features a variation of the buffalo skull painted in honor of Yankton Sioux Tribe veterans. It is inscribed with WORLD WAR I.

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Yankton Sioux Tribe Code Talkers Recognition Bronze Medal

16th Street Baptist Church Bombing Victims Bronze Medal

Public Law: 113-11

Obverse
Designer:  Barbara Fox
Engraver:  Jim Licaretz
Description: features the silhouette of four young girls, representing those killed on September 15, 1963. Their names, ADDIE MAE COLLINS, DENISE McNAIR, CAROLE ROBERTSON, and CYNTHIA WESLEY, are inscribed around the border of the design. The quote PIVOTAL IN THE STRUGGLE FOR EQUALITY and inscriptions SEPTEMBER 15 and 1963 are incused across the silhouettes.

Reverse
Designer:  Donna Weaver
Engraver:  Joseph Menna
Description:  depicts a view of the 16th Street Baptist Church with the quote KILLED IN THE BOMBING OF THE 16TH ST. BAPTIST CHURCH. Additional inscriptions are ACT OF CONGRESS 2013 and BIRMINGHAM, ALABAMA.

Obverse:  [Hi-Res Image : 2.54MB]
Reverse:  [Hi-Res Image : 2.62MB]

Obverse and reverse of the 16th Street Baptist Church Bombing Victims Bronze Medal

Professor Muhammad Yunus Bronze Medal

Public Law:  111-253

Obverse
Designer:  Donna Weaver
Engraver:  Phebe Hemphill
Description:  features a portrait of Professor Yunus with the traditional Bengali jamdani fabric design, reflecting his optimistic and cheerful demeanor. Inscriptions are PROFESSOR MUHAMMAD YUNUS, ACT OF CONGRESS and 2010.

Reverse
Designer:  Richard Masters
Engraver:  Jim Licaretz
Description:  depicts a lotus open in full bloom, rising above the water and cradling the world in its petals, symbolizing Yunus' dream to end world poverty. The design is partially framed by the inscription BANKER TO THE POOR, a common reference to Yunus. The Bengali translation for "Let us send poverty to the museum" is inscribed on the globe.

Obverse:  [Hi-Res Image : 2.83MB]
Reverse:  [Hi-Res Image : 2.62MB]

Image shows obverse and reverse of Professor Muhammad Yunus Bronze Medal

Daw Aung San Suu Kyi Bronze Medal

Public Law:  110-209

Obverse
Designer:  Don Everhart
Engraver:  Don Everhart
Description:  features a portrait of Suu Kyi with the inscription DAW AUNG SAN SUU KYI around the border. The likeness of Suu Kyi was based on the photograph by Eddie Adams.

Reverse
Designer:  Don Everhart
Engraver:  Don Everhart
Description:  depicts a peacock with the inscriptions DEDICATED TO PROMOTING FREEDOM AND DEMOCRACY IN BURMA and ACT OF CONGRESS 2008.

Obverse:  [Hi-Res Image : 2.54MB]
Reverse:  [Hi-Res Image : 2.62MB]

Image shows obverse and reverse of Daw Aung San Suu Kyi Bronze Medal

Arnold Palmer Bronze Medal

Public Law:  111-65

Obverse
Designer:  Don Everhart
Engraver:  Don Everhart
Description:  features an image of Arnold Palmer finishing his golf swing with the inscription ARNOLD D. PALMER.

Reverse
Designer:  Phebe Hemphill
Engraver:  Joseph Menna
Description:  depicts a pair of crossed golf clubs and a golf ball on a tee with the inscriptions IN RECOGNITION OF HIS SERVICE TO THE NATION IN PROMOTING EXCELLENCE AND GOOD SPORTSMANSHIP, 92 PROFESSIONAL GOLF VICTORIES and 7 MAJOR CHAMPIONSHIPS.

Obverse:  [Hi-Res Image : 2.08MB]
Reverse:  [Hi-Res Image : 2.16MB]

Image shows obverse and reverse of Arnold Palmer Bronze Medal

Constantino Brumidi Bronze Medal

Public Law:  110-259

Obverse
Designer:  Don Everhart
Engraver:  Don Everhart
Description:  depicts a portrait of Constantino Brumidi within a decorative border based on his designs. CONSTANTINO BRUMIDI is inscribed along the inner circle.

Reverse
Designer:  Don Everhart
Engraver:  Don Everhart
Description:  features the central portion of Brumidi’s "The Apotheosis of Washington," with the inscription ARTIST of the CAPITOL in the center of the design and 2008 ACT OF CONGRESS along the lower rim.

Obverse:  [Hi-Res Image : 2.24MB]
Reverse:  [Hi-Res Image : 2.32MB]

Image shows obverse and reverse of The Constantino Brumidi Bronze Medal

Montford Point Marines Bronze Medal

Public Law:  112-59

Obverse
Designer:  Michael Gaudioso
Engraver:  Michael Gaudioso
Description:  features three Montford Point Marines in varying uniforms with an action scene from training filling the lower portion of the palette.  The inscriptions on the outer rim are MONTFORD POINT MARINES, 1942 and 1949.  The U.S. Marine Corps was integrated in 1949.

Reverse
Designer:  Don Everhart
Engraver:  Don Everhart
Description:  depicts Montford Point Marines in formation during training, with the signature water tower, a notable feature to all Montford Point Marines, in the background.  The inscriptions are FOR OUTSTANDING PERSEVERANCE and COURAGE that INSPIRED SOCIAL CHANGE in the MARINE CORPS, 2011 and ACT OF CONGRESS.

Obverse:  [Hi-Res Image : 3MB]
Reverse:  [Hi-Res Image : 3MB]

Image shows obverse and reverse of The Montford Point Marines Bronze Medal

New Frontier Bronze Medal

Public Law:  111-44

Obverse
Designer:  Joel Iskowitz
Engraver:  Phebe Hemphill
Description:  The obverse depicts the portraits of Apollo 11 astronauts Neil A. Armstrong, Michael Collins, and Edwin E. "Buzz" Aldrin Jr. facing left, and Friendship 7 astronaut John Herschel Glenn Jr. facing right.  The design also features a partial view of the Earth from orbit, as well as a horizon line with an astronaut walking on the lunar surface facing the flag.  The names of all four astronauts – JOHN GLENN, NEIL ARMSTRONG, MICHAEL COLLINS and BUZZ ALDRIN – are inscribed along the outer rim.

Reverse
Designer:  Joel Iskowitz
Engraver:  Don Everhart
Description:  The reverse features the Lunar Excursion Module orbiting the moon and the Friendship 7 mission capsule orbiting the Earth with the inscription WE CAME IN PEACE FOR ALL MANKIND.

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The New Frontier Bronze Medal

Nisei Soldiers of World War II Bronze Medal

Public Law:  111-254

Obverse
Designer:  Joel Iskowitz
Engraver:  Charles L. Vickers
Description:  The obverse features Nisei (second generation Americans of Japanese ancestry) soldiers from both the European and Pacific theaters.  The 442nd RCT color guard is depicted in the lower field of the medal. The inscriptions on the outer rim are NISEI SOLDIERS OF WORLD WAR II and GO FOR BROKE, the motto of the 442nd RCT, which was eventually used to describe the work of all three units.

Reverse
Designer:  Don Everhart
Engraver:  Don Everhart
Description:  The reverse depicts the insignias of the 100th INF BN, 442nd RCT and MIS. The 100th INF BN insignia features a taro leaf and a traditional Hawaiian helmet, both of which are emblematic of the unit's Hawaiian roots.  The "Go for Broke" Torch of Liberty shoulder patch represents the 442nd RCT. The MIS insignia is represented by a sphinx, a traditional symbol of secrecy.  The inscriptions on the outer rim are the title of the three units represented on the medal -- the 100th INF BN, 442nd RCT and MIS.  In addition, the years 1941-1946, the defined years of World War II according to the Department of Defense, are inscribed in the upper right field of the medal. A decorative ribbon connects the outer rim with the inscriptions ACT OF CONGRESS and 2010. The three stars positioned along the border represent the three units being honored.

Obverse:  [Hi-Res Image : 703 KB]
Reverse:  [Hi-Res Image : 703 KB]

2012 Nisei Soldiers of World War II Bronze Medal

September 11 National Medal

Public Law:  111-221

Obverse
Designer:  Donna Weaver
Engraver:  Phebe Hemphill
Description:  The obverse features Lady Liberty holding the Lamp of Remembrance. Behind her are beacons of light stretching skyward. Liberty, the lamp and the light symbolize not just the immeasurable loss on that fateful day, but also the resiliency and triumph of those who persevered. The inscriptions are ALWAYS REMEMBER and 2001–2011.

Reverse
Designer:  Donna Weaver
Engraver:  Joseph Menna
Description:  The reverse depicts an eagle, symbolizing the strength of the survivors, families and Nation, against a backdrop of cascading water. The flowing water is emblematic of peace, serenity, healing and the continuity of life. The inscriptions are HONOR and HOPE.

Obverse:  [Hi-Res Image : 1.3 MB]
Reverse:  [Hi-Res Image : 1.2 MB]

2011 September 11 National Medal

2014 National Baseball Hall of Fame Commemorative Coin Program

Public Law:  112-152

Gold Obverse
Designer: Cassie McFarland (2014 Baseball Hall of Fame Commemorative Coin competition winner)
Engraver: Don Everhart
Description: Depicts a glove. Inscriptions are LIBERTY, IN GOD WE TRUST, and 2014.

Gold Reverse
Designer: Don Everhart
Engraver: Don Everhart
Description: Depicts a baseball similar to those used by Major League Baseball®. Inscriptions are UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, E PLURIBUS UNUM and FIVE DOLLARS.

Proof
Obverse: Hi-Res Image
Obverse, Angled: Hi-Res Image
Reverse: Hi-Res Image
Profile: Hi-Res Image

Uncirculated
Obverse: Hi-Res Image
Obverse, Angled: Hi-Res Image
Reverse: Hi-Res Image
Profile: Hi-Res Image

Silver Obverse
Designer: Cassie McFarland
Engraver: Don Everhart
Description: Depicts a glove. Inscriptions are LIBERTY, IN GOD WE TRUST, and 2014.

Silver Reverse
Designer: Don Everhart
Engraver: Don Everhart
Description: Depicts a baseball similar to those used by Major League Baseball. Inscriptions are UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, E PLURIBUS UNUM and ONE DOLLAR.

Proof
Obverse: Hi-Res Image
Obverse, Angled: Hi-Res Image
Reverse: Hi-Res Image
Profile: Hi-Res Image

Uncirculated
Obverse: Hi-Res Image
Obverse, Angled: Hi-Res Image
Reverse: Hi-Res Image
Profile: Hi-Res Image

Clad Obverse
Designer: Cassie McFarland
Engraver: Don Everhart
Description: Depicts a glove. Inscriptions are LIBERTY, IN GOD WE TRUST, and 2014.

Clad Reverse
Designer: Don Everhart
Engraver: Don Everhart
Description: Depicts a baseball similar to those used by Major League Baseball. Inscriptions are UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, E PLURIBUS UNUM and HALF DOLLAR.

Proof
Obverse: Hi-Res Image
Obverse, Angled: Hi-Res Image
Reverse: Hi-Res Image
Profile: Hi-Res Image

Uncirculated
Obverse: Hi-Res Image
Obverse, Angled: Hi-Res Image
Reverse: Hi-Res Image
Profile: Hi-Res Image

 

2014 National Baseball Hall of Fame Commemorative Gold Proof Coin
2014 National Baseball Hall of Fame Commemorative Gold Uncirculated Coin

 

 

 

 

 

 

2014 National Baseball Hall of Fame Commemorative Silver Proof Coin
2014 National Baseball Hall of Fame Commemorative Silver Uncirculated Coin

 

 

 

 

 

2014 National Baseball Hall of Fame Commemorative Clad Proof Coin
2014 National Baseball Hall of Fame Commemorative Clad Uncirculated Coin

2013 5-Star Generals Commemorative Coin Program

Public Law:  111-262

Gold Obverse
Designer:  Ronald D. Sanders
Engraver:  Michael Gaudiso
Description:  Features a portrait of General Douglas MacArthur with the 5-star insignia on the right side of the design.  Inscriptions are IN GOD WE TRUST, DOUGLAS MACARTHUR, 2013 and LIBERTY.

Gold Reverse
Designer:  Barbara Fox
Engraver:  Joseph Menna
Description:  Features the Leavenworth Lamp, the symbol of the CGSC.  Inscriptions are UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, E PLURIBUS UNUM, FIVE DOLLARS and FORT LEAVENWORTH.

Proof
Obverse:  [Hi-Res Image : 3.19 MB]
Reverse:  [Hi-Res Image : 2.42 MB]

Uncirculated
Obverse:  [Hi-Res Image : 3.58 MB]
Reverse:  [Hi-Res Image : 3.44 MB]

Silver Obverse
Designer:  Richard Masters
Engraver:  Joseph Menna
Description:  Features Generals George C. Marshall and Dwight D. Eisenhower against a striped background with the 5-star insignia above their heads.  Inscriptions are GEORGE C. MARSHALL, DWIGHT D. EISENHOWER, IN GOD WE TRUST, 2013 and LIBERTY.

Silver Reverse
Designer:  Barbara Fox
Engraver:  Joseph Menna
Description:  Features the Leavenworth Lamp with the heraldic crest of Fort Leavenworth on its side.  U.S. ARMY COMMAND AND GENERAL STAFF COLLEGE is inscribed on the lower half of the design.  Other inscriptions are UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, ONE DOLLAR, E PLURIBUS UNUM and FORT LEAVENWORTH.

Proof
Obverse:  [Hi-Res Image : 2.14 MB]
Reverse:  [Hi-Res Image : 1.88 MB]

Uncirculated
Obverse:  [Hi-Res Image : 2.25 MB]
Reverse:  [Hi-Res Image : 2.33 MB]

Clad Obverse
Designer:  Phebe Hemphill
Engraver:  Phebe Hemphill
Description:  Features portraits of Generals Henry "Hap" Arnold and Omar N. Bradley with the 5-star insignia above their heads.  Inscriptions are LIBERTY, IN GOD WE TRUST, HENRY "HAP" ARNOLD, OMAR N. BRADLEY and 2013.

Clad Reverse
Designer:  Phebe Hemphill
Engraver:  Phebe Hemphill
Description:  Features the heraldic crest of Fort Leavenworth.  Inscriptions are UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, E PLURIBUS UNUM and HALF DOLLAR.

Proof
Obverse:  [Hi-Res Image : 2.22 MB]
Reverse:  [Hi-Res Image : 1.90 MB]

Uncirculated
Obverse:  [Hi-Res Image : 1.92 MB]
Reverse:  [Hi-Res Image : 1.90 MB]

2013 5-Star Generals Commemorative Coin Program Proof $5 Gold Coin 2013 5-Star Generals Commemorative Coin Program Uncirculated $5 Gold Coin








2013 5-Star Generals Commemorative Coin Program Proof Silver Dollar 2013 5-Star Generals Commemorative Coin Program Uncirculated Silver Dollar












2013 5-Star Generals Commemorative Coin Program Proof Clad Half-Dollar 2013 5-Star Generals Commemorative Coin Program Uncirculated Clad Half-Dollar

2013 Girl Scouts of the USA Centennial Silver Dollar

Public Law:  111-86

Obverse
Designer:  Barbara Fox
Engraver:  Phebe Hemphill
Description: depicts three girls who represent the different ages and diversity of Girl Scouts of the USA.  Inscriptions include COURAGE, CONFIDENCE and CHARACTER, key elements of the Girl Scouts mission statement.  The 100th anniversary Trefoil symbol signifies the centennial anniversary.  Additional inscriptions are 2013, LIBERTY and IN GOD WE TRUST.

Reverse
Designer:  Chris Costello
Engraver:  Joseph Menna
Description: features the iconic Profiles of Girl Scouts of the USA with the inscriptions UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, E PLURIBUS UNUM, $1 and GIRL SCOUTS.

Proof
Obverse:  [Hi-Res Image : 1.82 MB]
Reverse:  [Hi-Res Image : 2.00 MB]

Uncirculated
Obverse:  [Hi-Res Image : 2.18 MB]
Reverse:  [Hi-Res Image : 2.67 MB]

2013 Girl Scouts of the USA Centennial Proof Silver Dollar Coin

2013 Girl Scouts of the USA Centennial Uncirculated Silver Dollar Coin

2012 Star-Spangled Banner Commemorative Coins

Year:  2012

Public Law:  111-232

Gold Obverse
Designer:  Donna Weaver
Engraver:  Joseph Menna
Description:  Depicts a naval battle scene from the War of 1812, with an American sailing ship in the foreground and a damaged and fleeing British ship in the background. Inscriptions are IN GOD WE TRUST, LIBERTY and 1812 – 2012.

Gold Reverse
Designer:  Richard Masters
Engraver:  Joseph Menna
Description:  Depicts the first words of the Star-Spangled Banner anthem, O say can you see, in Francis Scott Key's handwriting against a backdrop of 15 stars and 15 stripes, representing the Star-Spangled Banner flag.  Inscription are UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, E PLURIBUS UNUM and FIVE DOLLARS.

Proof
Obverse:  [Hi-Res Image : 937 KB]
Reverse:  [Hi-Res Image : 1.1 MB]

Uncirculated
Obverse:  [Hi-Res Image : 1.2 MB]
Reverse:  [Hi-Res Image : 1.2 MB]

Silver Obverse
Designer:  Joel Iskowitz
Engraver:  Phebe Hemphill
Description:  Depicts Lady Liberty waving the 15-star, 15-stripe Star-Spangled Banner flag with Fort McHenry in the background. Inscriptions are LIBERTY, IN GOD WE TRUST and 1812 – 2012.

Silver Reverse
Designer:  William C. Burgard III
Engraver:  Don Everhart
Description:  Depicts a waving modern American flag.  Inscription are ONE DOLLAR, E PLURIBUS UNUM and UNITED STATES OF AMERICA.

Proof
Obverse:  [Hi-Res Image : 1.4 MB]
Reverse:  [Hi-Res Image : 1.6 MB]

Uncirculated
Obverse:  [Hi-Res Image : 1.6 MB]
Reverse:  [Hi-Res Image : 1.7 MB]

The 2012 Star-Spangled Banner Commemorative $5 Gold Proof Coin

The 2012 Star-Spangled Banner Commemorative $5 Gold Uncirculated Coin












The 2012 Star-Spangled Banner Commemorative 
        		Proof Silver Dollar

The 2012 Star-Spangled Banner Commemorative 
        		Uncirculated Silver Dollar

2012 Infantry Soldier Silver Dollar

Year:  2012

Public Law:  110-357

Obverse
Designer:  Joel Iskowitz
Engraver:  Michael Gaudioso
Description:  The design features a modern Infantry soldier on rocky ground charging forward and beckoning the troops to follow, symbolizing the "Follow Me" motto of the Infantry. Inscriptions are LIBERTY, IN GOD WE TRUST and 2012.

Reverse
Designer:  Ronald D. Sanders
Engraver:  Norman E. Nemeth
Description:  The design features the crossed rifles insignia, the branch insignia of the Infantry.  Inscription are UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, ONE DOLLAR and E PLURIBUS UNUM.

Proof
Obverse:  [Hi-Res Image : 1.2 MB]
Reverse:  [Hi-Res Image : 1.1 MB]

Uncirculated
Obverse:  [Hi-Res Image : 1.7 MB]
Reverse:  [Hi-Res Image : 1.5 MB]




The 2012 Infantry Soldier Silver Dollar








The 2012 Infantry Soldier Uncirculated Silver Dollar

America the Beautiful Quarters® Program

Quarters Issued in 2014

Great Smoky Mountains National Park

Reverse
Designer:  Chris Costello
Engraver:  Renata Gordon
Description:  depicts a historic log cabin found within Great Smoky Mountains National Park.  It features a segment of the lush green forest and hawk circling above.  Inscriptions are GREAT SMOKY MOUNTAINS, TENNESSEE, 2014 and E PLURIBUS UNUM.

Uncirculated
[High-Res Image]

Proof
[High-Res Image]

2014 America the Beautiful Quarters® Program – Great Smoky Mountains National Park uncirculated coin
2014 America the Beautiful Quarters® Program – Great Smoky Mountains National Park proof coin

Shenandoah National Park

Reverse
Designer:  Phebe Hemphill
Engraver:  Phebe Hemphill
Description:  depicts a day hiker taking in the view from Little Stony Man summit.  Inscriptions are SHENANDOAH, VIRGINIA, 2014 and E PLURIBUS UNUM.

Uncirculated
[High-Res Image]

Proof
[High-Res Image]

2014 America the Beautiful Quarters® Program – Shenandoah National Park uncirculated coin
2014 America the Beautiful Quarters® Program – Shenandoah National Park proof coin

Arches National Park

Reverse
Designer:  Donna Weaver
Engraver:  Charles L. Vickers
Description:  depicts Delicate Arch, a 65-foot freestanding natural arch. The La Sal Mountains are visible in the background. Inscriptions are ARCHES, UTAH, 2014 and E PLURIBUS UNUM.

Uncirculated
[High-Res Image]

Proof
[High-Res Image]

2014 America the Beautiful Quarters® Program – Arches National Park uncirculated coin
2014 America the Beautiful Quarters® Program – Arches National Park proof coin

Great Sand Dunes National Park

Reverse
Designer:  Don Everhart
Engraver:  Don Everhart
Description:  features a father and son playing in the sand next to the creek bed. The distinctive mountains and sand dunes are featured in the background. Inscriptions are GREAT SAND DUNES, COLORADO, 2014 and E PLURIBUS UNUM.

Uncirculated
[High-Res Image]

Proof
[High-Res Image]

2014 America the Beautiful Quarters® Program – Great Sand Dunes National Park uncirculated coin
2014 America the Beautiful Quarters® Program – Great Sand Dunes National Park proof coin

Everglades National Park

Reverse
Designer:  Joel Iskowitz
Engraver:  Joseph Menna
Description:  features an anhinga with outstretched wings on a willow tree with a roseate spoonbill visible in the mid-ground. Inscriptions are EVERGLADES, FLORIDA, 2014 and E PLURIBUS UNUM.

Uncirculated
[High-Res Image]

Proof
[High-Res Image]

2014 America the Beautiful Quarters® Program – Everglades National Park uncirculated coin
2014 America the Beautiful Quarters® Program – Everglades National Park proof coin

Quarters Issued in 2013

White Mountain National Forest

Reverse
Designer:  Phebe Hemphill
Engraver:  Phebe Hemphill
Description:  Depicts Mt. Chocorua, the easternmost peak of the Sandwich Range, framed by birch trees. Inscriptions are WHITE MOUNTAIN, NEW HAMPSHIRE, 2013 and E PLURIBUS UNUM.

Uncirculated
[High-Res Image : 1.92 MB]

Proof
[High-Res Image : 2.91 MB]

2013 White Mountain Uncirculated Quarter
2013 White Mountain Proof Quarter

Perry's Victory and International Peace Memorial

Reverse
Designer:  Don Everhart
Engraver:  Don Everhart
Description:  Depicts the statue of Master Commandant Oliver Hazard Perry with the Peace Memorial located in the distance. Inscriptions are PERRY'S VICTORY, OHIO, 2013 and E PLURIBUS UNUM.

Uncirculated
[High-Res Image : 1.36 MB]

Proof
[High-Res Image : 2.37 MB]

2013 Perry's Victory Uncirculated Quarter
2013 Perry's Victory Proof Quarter

Great Basin National Park

Reverse
Designer:  Ronald D. Sanders
Engraver:  Renata Gordon
Description:  Depicts the beauty and unique qualities of a single Bristlecone Pine tree and the rocky glacial moraines where the trees grow. Inscriptions are GREAT BASIN, NEVADA, 2013 and E PLURIBUS UNUM.

Uncirculated
[High-Res Image : 2.0 MB]

Proof
[High-Res Image : 2.84 MB]

2013 Great Basin Uncirculated Quarter
2013 Great Basin Proof Quarter

Fort McHenry National Monument and Historic Shrine

Reverse
Designer:  Joseph Menna
Engraver:  Joseph Menna
Description:  Represents the site during the "Defenders Day" celebration, considered the centerpiece annual event held at Fort McHenry. The fireworks symbolize the "rocket's red glare," linking the fort to its historic past. Inscriptions are FORT McHENRY, MARYLAND, 2013 and E PLURIBUS UNUM.

Uncirculated
[High-Res Image : 1.68 MB]

Proof
[High-Res Image : 2.65 MB]

2013 Fort McHenry Uncirculated Quarter
2013 Fort McHenry Proof Quarter

Mount Rushmore National Memorial

Reverse
Designer:  Joseph Menna
Engraver:  Joseph Menna
Description:  Inspired by photos of men who are adding the final details to Thomas Jefferson's face, offering a unique and educational perspective on how Mount Rushmore was created and sculpted. Inscriptions are MOUNT RUSHMORE, SOUTH DAKOTA, 2013 and E PLURIBUS UNUM.

Uncirculated
[High-Res Image : 2.01 MB]

Proof
[High-Res Image : 3.09 MB]

2013 Mount Rushmore Uncirculated Quarter
2013 Mount Rushmore Proof Quarter

To view America the Beautiful Quarters® Program designs from previous years, follow this link to the Historical Image Library.


Native American $1 Coin

2014 Native American $1 Coin

Year:  2014

Public Law:  110-82

Native Hospitality Ensured the Success of the Lewis and Clark Expedition

Obverse
Designer:  Glenda Goodacre
Description:  The obverse design remains the central figure of "Sacagawea," first produced in 2000, and contains the inscriptions LIBERTY and IN GOD WE TRUST.

Reverse
Designer:  Chris Costello
Engraver:  Joseph Menna
Description:  The reverse design depicts a Native American man offering a pipe while his wife offers provisions of fish, corn, roots and gourds.  In the background is a stylized image of the face of Clark's compass highlighting "NW."  It includes the required inscriptions UNITED STATES OF AMERICA and $1.

Proof
Obverse: [Hi-Res Image]
Reverse: [Hi-Res Image]

Uncirculated
Obverse: [Hi-Res Image]
Reverse: [Hi-Res Image]

To view Native American $1 Coin designs from previous years, follow this link to the Historical Image Library.

2014 Native American $1 Proof Coin 2014 Native American $1 Uncirculated Coin

Presidential $1 Coins

Edge-Incused Lettering

Description:  The 2007-2008 Presidential $1 coins featured edge-incused inscriptions of the year of minting or issuance, "E Pluribus Unum," "In God We Trust" and the mint mark.  The 2009-Present Presidential $1 coins feature edge-incused inscriptions of the year of minting or issuance, "E Pluribus Unum," and the mint mark.  Edge-incused inscription positions vary with each coin.

Uncirculated
[Hi-Res Image : 1.23 MB]

Statue of Liberty Design Reverse

Designer:  Don Everhart
Engraver:  Don Everhart
Description:  Features a striking rendition of the Statue of Liberty with the inscriptions "United States of America" and "$1."

Uncirculated
[Hi-Res Image : 1.38 MB]
Proof
[Hi-Res Image : 1.19 MB]

Edge-incused lettering. Presidential $1 Coin: Reverse

2014 Designs

Warren G. Harding

Designer:  Michael Gaudioso
Engraver:  Michael Gaudioso
Description:  Features an image of Warren G. Harding with the inscriptions WARREN G. HARDING, IN GOD WE TRUST, 29th PRESIDENT and 1921 – 1923.

Proof
Obverse:  High Res

2014 Presidential $1 Proof Coin – Warren G. Harding

Calvin Coolidge

Designer:  Phebe Hemphill
Engraver:  Phebe Hemphill
Description:  Features an image of Calvin Coolidge with the inscriptions CALVIN COOLIDGE, IN GOD WE TRUST, 30th PRESIDENT and 1923 – 1929.

Proof
Obverse:  High Res

2014 Presidential $1 Proof Coin – Calvin Coolidge

Herbert Hoover

Designer:  Phebe Hemphill
Engraver:  Phebe Hemphill
Description:  Features an image of Herbert Hoover with the inscriptions HERBERT HOOVER, IN GOD WE TRUST, 31st PRESIDENT and 1929 – 1933.

Proof
Obverse:  High Res

2014 Presidential $1 Proof Coin – Herbert Hoover

Franklin D. Roosevelt

Designer:  Joseph Menna
Engraver:  Joseph Menna
Description:  Features an image of Franklin D. Roosevelt with the inscriptions FRANKLIN D. ROOSEVELT, IN GOD WE TRUST, 32nd PRESIDENT and 1933 – 1945.

Proof
Obverse:  High Res

2014 Presidential $1 Proof Coin – Franklin D. Roosevelt

To view Presidential $1 Coin designs from previous years, follow this link to the Historical Image Library.


John F. Kennedy Half-Dollar

Obverse
Engraver:  Gilroy Roberts
Description:  Depicts a bust of President Kennedy.

Reverse
Engraver:  Frank Gasparro
Description:  Depicts the Presidential Coat of Arms.

Proof
Obverse:  Hi-Res Image
Reverse:  Hi-Res Image

Uncirculated
Obverse:  Hi-Res Image
Reverse:  Hi-Res Image

John F. Kennedy Half-Dollar Proof Coin John F. Kennedy Half-Dollar Uncirculated Coin

Roosevelt Dime

Obverse
Engraver: John Sinnock
Description: Depicts a portrait of President Roosevelt.

Reverse
Engraver:  John Sinnock
Description: A torch, an olive branch and an oak branch.

Proof
Obverse:  Hi-Res Image
Reverse:  Hi-Res Image

Uncirculated
Obverse:  Hi-Res Image
Reverse:  Hi-Res Image

Roosevelt Dime Proof Coin Roosevelt Dime Uncirculated Coin

"Return to Monticello" Nickel

Obverse
Designer:  Jamie Franki
Engraver:  Donna Weaver
Description:  Bears an image of President Thomas Jefferson based on the Rembrandt Peale painting of 1800.

Reverse
Designer:  Felix Schlag
Engraver:  Felix Schlag
Description:  Restored 1938 design of President Jefferson's Virginia home of Monticello.

Proof
Obverse:  Hi-Res Image
Reverse:  Hi-Res Image

Uncirculated
Obverse:  Hi-Res Image
Reverse:  Hi-Res Image

"Return to Monticello" Nickel Proof Coin "Return to Monticello" Nickel Uncirculated Coin

Lincoln One-Cent Coin

Obverse
Engraver:  Victor D. Brenner
Description:  Bears the likeness of President Lincoln.

Reverse
Designer:  Lyndall Bass
Engraver:  Joseph Menna
Description: The reverse features a union shield with a scroll draped across it. The 13 vertical stripes of the shield represent the states joined in one compact union to support the federal government, represented by the horizontal bar above.

Proof:
Obverse:  Hi-Res Image
Reverse:  Hi-Res Image

Uncirculated
Obverse:  Hi-Res Image
Reverse:  Hi-Res Image

Lincoln One-Cent Coin Proof Coin Lincoln One-Cent Coin Uncirculated Coin

American Eagle Platinum Reverse Proof Coin

The enhanced reverse proof coin features a frosted background and a brilliant, mirror-like finish on the raised elements of the coin. This is an enhanced reverse proof version because it is not an exact opposite polish of the regular proof version. The design elements on the enhanced reverse proof platinum coin were strategically selected to feature the proof, mirror-like finish in contrast to frosted background design elements to enhance the entire image.

Year:  2007
Public Law:  104-208

Obverse
Designer:  John Mercanti
Engraver:  John Mercanti
Description:  "Portrait of Liberty," Lady Liberty looking toward the future.

Reverse
Designer:  Thomas Cleveland
Engraver:  Phebe Hemphill
Description:  Representing the Executive Branch and depicts a bald eagle with its wings spread wide to represent freedom with a shield at the ready to enforce the laws that guarantee those freedoms.

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Obverse [Hi-Res Image: 781 KB]
Reverse [Hi-Res Image: 841 KB]

American Eagle Platinum Reverse Proof Coin.

American Eagle Platinum Proof Coin

Year:  2012
Public Law:  104-208

Obverse
Designer:  John Mercanti
Engraver:  John Mercanti
Description:  "Portrait of Liberty," Lady Liberty looking toward the future.

Reverse
Designer:  Joel Iskowitz
Engraver:  Michael Gaudioso
Description:  The design is emblematic of the principle “To Provide for the Common Defence,” the fifth of six principles of American democracy found in the Preamble to the U.S. Constitution.  It features Young America against interlocking gears, symbolizing the interconnection of power between the states and the national government.  It also features an American Eagle privy mark from an original “coin punch” identified at the United States Mint at Philadelphia. 

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Obverse:  Hi-Res Image
Reverse:  Hi-Res Image

2013 American Eagle Platinum Proof Coin

American Eagle Gold Proof Coins

Year:  1986-Present
Public Law:  99-185

Obverse
Designer:  Augustus Saint-Gaudens
Description:  Modified design of Saint-Gaudens' U.S. $20 gold coin design, "Standing Liberty".

Reverse
Designer:  Miley Frances Busiek
Description:  "Family of Eagles" motif, symbolizing family tradition and unity.

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Obverse: [Hi-Res Image: 784 KB]

Reverse:

2013 American Eagle Gold Proof Coin

American Eagle Silver Proof Coin

Year:  1986-Present
Public Law:  99-61 (Liberty Coin Act)

Obverse:
Designer:  Adolph A. Weinman
Description:  "Walking Liberty," from Weinman's Walking Liberty Half Dollar, minted 1916–1947.

Reverse:
Engraver:  John Mercanti
Description:  Heraldic eagle with shield, symbolizing strength and endurance.

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Obverse: Hi-Res Image
Reverse: Hi-Res Image

2014 American Eagle Silver Proof Coin.

American Eagle Gold Bullion Coin

Year:  1986-Present
Public Law:  99-185

Obverse
Designer:  Augustus Saint-Gaudens
Description:  Modified design of Saint-Gaudens' U.S. $20 gold coin design, "Standing Liberty".

Reverse
Designer:  Miley Frances Busiek
Description:  "Family of Eagles" motif, symbolizing family tradition and unity.

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Obverse: [Hi-Res Image: 4.16 MB]

Reverse:

American Eagle Gold Bullion Coin.

American Eagle Silver Bullion Coin

Year:  1986-Present
Public Law:  99-61

Obverse
Designer:  Adolph A. Weinman
Description:  "Walking Liberty", from Weinman's Walking Liberty Half Dollar, minted 1916-1947.

Reverse
Engraver:  John Mercanti
Description:  Heraldic eagle with shield, symbolizing strength and endurance.

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Obverse: [Hi-Res Image: 2.26 MB]
Reverse: [Hi-Res Image: 2.25 MB]

American Eagle Silver Bullion Coin

American Eagle Platinum Bullion Coin

Year:  1997-2008, 2014
Public Law:  99-61

Obverse
Engraver:  John Mercanti
Description:  "Portrait of Liberty," Lady Liberty looking toward the future.

Reverse
Engraver:  Thomas D. Rogers
Description:  Eagle soaring above America.

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Obverse: [Hi-Res Image]
Reverse: [Hi-Res Image]

American Eagle Platinum Bullion Coin.

American Eagle Platinum Uncirculated Coin

Year:  2008
Public Law:  104-208

Obverse:
Designer:  John Mercanti
Engraver:  John Mercanti
Description:  "Portrait of Liberty," Lady Liberty looking toward the future.

Reverse:
Designer:  Joel Iskowitz
Engraver:  Charles Vickers
Description:  Representing the Judicial Branch, the design features Lady Justice, a classic symbol dating back to Greek and Roman times. In her right hand, the scales are suspended from one finger, representing the delicate balance of the law. In the other hand she holds the sword, signifying the power that is held by those making the decision. The bald eagle, our Nation's symbol of power, courage and freedom, is featured watching over our firm foundation of democracy.

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Reverse: [Hi-Res Image: 905 KB]

American Eagle Platinum Uncirculated Coin

American Eagle Gold Uncirculated Coin

Year:  1986-2008, 2011-2014
Public Law:  99-185

Obverse:
Designer:  Augustus Saint-Gaudens
Description:  Modified design of Saint-Gaudens' U.S. $20 gold coin design, "Standing Liberty".

Reverse:
Engraver:  Miley Frances Busiek
Description:  "Family of Eagles" motif, symbolizing family tradition and unity.

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Obverse: Hi-Res Image
Reverse: Hi-Res Image

American Eagle Gold Uncirculated Coin

American Eagle Silver Uncirculated Coin

Year: 2006-2008, 2011-2014
Public Law:  99-61

Obverse:
Designer:  Adolph A. Weinman
Description:  "Walking Liberty", from Weinman's Walking Liberty Half Dollar, minted 1916-1947.

Reverse:
Engraver:  John Mercanti
Description:  Heraldic eagle with shield, symbolizing strength and endurance.

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American Eagle Silver Uncirculated Coin

America the Beautiful Five Ounce Silver Coins

Washington Quarter Obverse Redesign

Original Obverse:  John Flanagan
Modification to Obverse:  William Cousins

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America the Beautiful Silver Bullion Coin Obverse America the Beautiful Five Ounce Silver Uncirculated Coin™ Obverse

Issued in 2014

Great Smoky Mountains National Park

Reverse
Designer:  Chris Costello
Engraver:  Renata Gordon
Description:  depicts a historic log cabin found within Great Smoky Mountains National Park. It features a segment of the lush green forest and hawk circling above. Inscriptions are GREAT SMOKY MOUNTAINS, TENNESSEE, 2014 and E PLURIBUS UNUM.

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America the Beautiful Five Ounce Silver Bullion Coin – Great Smoky Mountains National Park, Tennessee 2014 America the Beautiful Five Ounce Silver Uncirculated Coin™ – Great Smoky Mountains National Park, Tennessee

Shenandoah National Park

Reverse
Designer:  Phebe Hemphill
Engraver:  Phebe Hemphill
Description:  depicts a day hiker taking in the view from Little Stony Man summit. Inscriptions are SHENANDOAH, VIRGINIA, 2014 and E PLURIBUS UNUM.

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America the Beautiful Five Ounce Silver Bullion Coin – Shenandoah National Park, Virginia2014 America the Beautiful Five Ounce Silver Uncirculated Coin™ – Shenandoah National Park, Virginia

Arches National Park

Reverse
Designer:  Donna Weaver
Engraver:  Charles L. Vickers
Description:  depicts Delicate Arch, a 65-foot freestanding natural arch. The La Sal Mountains are visible in the background. Inscriptions are ARCHES, UTAH, 2014 and E PLURIBUS UNUM.

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2014 America the Beautiful Five Ounce Silver Bullion Coin – Arches National Park, Utah 2014 America the Beautiful Five Ounce Silver Uncirculated Coin™ – Arches National Park, Utah

Great Sand Dunes National Park

Reverse
Designer:  Don Everhart
Engraver:  Don Everhart
Description:  features a father and son playing in the sand next to the creek bed. The distinctive mountains and sand dunes are featured in the background. Inscriptions are GREAT SAND DUNES, COLORADO, 2014 and E PLURIBUS UNUM.

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2014 America the Beautiful Five Ounce Silver Uncirculated Coin™ – Great Sand Dunes National Park, Colorado

Everglades National Park

Reverse
Designer:  Joel Iskowitz
Engraver:  Joseph Menna
Description:  features an anhinga with outstretched wings on a willow tree with a roseate spoonbill visible in the mid-ground. Inscriptions are EVERGLADES, FLORIDA, 2014 and E PLURIBUS UNUM.

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2014 America the Beautiful Five Ounce Silver Uncirculated Coin™ – Everglades National Park, Florida
To view America the Beautiful Silver Coin designs from previous years, follow this link to the Historical Image Library.

American Buffalo Program

American Buffalo Gold Bullion Coin

Year:  2006 – Present
Public Law:  109-145; Presidential $1 Coin Act of 2005

Obverse
Engraver:  James Earle Fraser
Description: Based on the original 1913 Buffalo nickel, Type 1, as designed by James Earle Fraser—features a profile of a Native American.

Reverse
Engraver:  James Earle Fraser
Description:  Based on the original 1913 Buffalo nickel, Type 1, as designed by James Earle Fraser—features an American Buffalo (also known as a bison).

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American Buffalo Gold Bullion Coin

American Buffalo Gold Proof Coin

Year:  2006 – Present
Public Law:  109-145; Presidential $1 Coin Act of 2005

Obverse
Engraver:  James Earle Fraser
Description:  Based on the original 1913 Buffalo nickel, Type 1, as designed by James Earle Fraser—features a profile of a Native American.

Reverse
Engraver:  James Earle Fraser
Description:  Based on the original 1913 Buffalo nickel, Type 1, as designed by James Earle Fraser—features an American Buffalo (also known as a bison).

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American Buffalo Gold Proof Coin

American Buffalo Gold Reverse Proof Coin

Year:  2013
Public Law  109– 145; Presidential $1 Coin Act of 2005

Obverse
Engraver:  James Earle Fraser
Description: Based on the original 1913 Buffalo nickel, Type 1, as designed by James Earle Fraser—features a profile of a Native American.

Reverse
Engraver:  James Earle Fraser
Description:  Based on the original 1913 Buffalo nickel, Type 1, as designed by James Earle Fraser—features an American Buffalo (also known as a bison).

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American Buffalo Gold Reverse Proof Coin

American Buffalo Gold Uncirculated Coin

Year:  2008
Authority:  31 U.S.C. § 5112(i)(4)

Obverse
Engraver:  James Earle Fraser
Description:  Based on the original 1913 Buffalo nickel, Type 1, as designed by James Earle Fraser—features a profile of a Native American.

Reverse
Engraver:  James Earle Fraser
Description:  Based on the original 1913 Buffalo nickel, Type 1, as designed by James Earle Fraser—features an American Buffalo (also known as a bison).

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American Buffalo Gold Uncirculated Coin

First Spouse Gold Coin Program

2014 First Spouse Gold Coins

Florence Harding

Obverse
Designer:  Thomas Cleveland
Engraver:  Joseph Menna

Reverse
Designer:  Thomas Cleveland
Engraver:  Don Everhart
Description:  Mrs. Harding championed the cause of World War I veterans, symbolized by the initials WWV that form a torch, transformed into a pen at its base to represent her extensive correspondence with veterans, their spouses, and widows.  The camera represents her orchestration of photo opportunities supporting her husband’s campaign.  The ballot box represents her distinction as the first First Lady to cast a vote for a presidential candidate, her husband.

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2014 First Spouse Gold Proof Coin – Florence Harding 2014 First Spouse Gold Uncirculated Coin – Florence Harding

Grace Coolidge

Obverse
Designer:  Joel Iskowitz
Engraver:  Phebe Hemphill

Reverse
Designer:  Frank Morris
Engraver:  Jim Licaretz
Description:  Mrs. Coolidge advocated for the deaf and hearing impaired.  This design depicts three hands finger-spelling the letters USA in American Sign Language against the backdrop of the White House.

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2014 First Spouse Gold Proof Coin – Grace Coolidge 2014 First Spouse Gold Uncirculated Coin – Grace Coolidge

Lou Hoover

Obverse
Designer:  Susan Gamble
Engraver:  Michael Gaudioso

Reverse
Designer:  Richard Masters
Engraver:  Jim Licaretz
Description:  This design features a late 1920’s radio set.  Mrs. Hoover was the first First Lady to give a public radio address.

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2014 First Spouse Gold Proof Coin – Lou Hoover 2014 First Spouse Gold Uncirculated Coin – Lou Hoover

Eleanor Roosevelt

Obverse
Designer:  Chris Costello
Engraver:  Phebe Hemphill

Reverse
Designer:  Chris Costello
Engraver:  Renata Gordon
Description: Mrs. Roosevelt’s right hand lights a candle, and its glowing light rises over a stylized graphic of the Earth’s curved horizon, symbolizing her life’s work and the global impact of her humanitarian initiatives.  Adlai Stevenson remarked after her death: "She would rather light a candle than curse the darkness, and her glow has warmed the world."

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2014 First Spouse Gold Proof Coin – Eleanor Roosevelt 2014 First Spouse Gold Uncirculated Coin – Eleanor Roosevelt
To view First Spouse Gold Coin Program designs from previous years, follow this link to the Historical Image Library.
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