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Medals

Circulating Coins

America the Beautiful Silver Coins

Ultra High Relief Double Eagle Gold Coin

American Eagle Proof Coins

American Eagle Bullion Coins

American Eagle Uncirculated Coins

American Buffalo 24-Karat Gold Coins

Commemorative Coins

First Spouse Gold Coins


The Women Airforce Service Pilots Bronze Medal

Bronze duplicate of Congressional Gold Medal

Public Law:  111-40

Obverse
Designer:  Joel Iskowitz
Engraver:  Phebe Hemphill
Description:  The obverse, designed by United States Mint Artistic Infusion Program Master Designer Joel Iskowitz and sculpted by United States Mint Sculptor-Engraver Phebe Hemphill, depicts the portrait of a WASP with three pilots in the foreground in flight uniforms walking toward their aircraft. An airborne AT-6 is featured in the background breaking through the inner rim of the medal. Inscriptions include WOMEN AIRFORCE SERVICE PILOTS and 1942–1944.

Reverse
Designer:  Don Everhart
Engraver:  Don Everhart
Description:  The reverse features the three aircraft that are symbolic of the ones flown by the WASP trainers, fighters, and bombers during WWII; the AT-6, indicated by the number 264; the B-26 (Martin Marauder), indicated by the number 967; and the P-51. The WASP wings are depicted at the base of the design. The inscriptions are THE FIRST WOMEN IN HISTORY TO FLY AMERICAN MILITARY AIRCRAFT, ACT OF CONGRESS and 2009.

Obverse:  [Hi-Res Image : 2.2 MB]
Reverse:  [Hi-Res Image : 2.2 MB]

The Women Airforce Service Pilots Bronze Medal


Senator Edward William Brooke III Bronze Medal

Bronze duplicate of Congressional Gold Medal

Public Law:  110-260

Obverse
Designer:  Don Everhart
Description:  The obverse features an image of Senator Brooke with the inscription EDWARD WILLIAM BROOKE on the right side.

Reverse
Designer:  Phebe Hemphill
Description:  The reverse depicts the United Sates Capitol Building at the top of the medal and the Massachusetts State House at the bottom between two olive branches.  The middle of the design showcases the inscription AMERICA'S GREATNESS LIES IN ITS WONDROUS DIVERSITY, OUR MAGNIFICENT PLURALISM HAS MADE THIS COUNTRY GREAT, OUR EVER-WIDENING DIVERSITY WILL KEEP US GREAT.  Additional inscriptions are ACT OF CONGRESS 2008, and MASSACHUSETTS STATE HOUSE.

Obverse:  [Hi-Res Image : 2.2 MB]
Reverse:  [Hi-Res Image : 2.2 MB]

Senator Edward William Brooke III Bronze Medal


Michael Ellis DeBakey, M.D. Bronze Medal

Bronze duplicate of Congressional Gold Medal

Public Law:  110-095

Obverse
Designer:  Don Everhart
Engraver:  Don Everhart
Description:  The obverse features Dr. DeBakey in full scrubs with the surgery in the background. The obverse design includes the inscriptions "Michael E. DeBakey, M.D." and "Act of Congress 2007".

Reverse
Designer:  Don Everhart
Engraver:  Don Everhart
Description:  The reverse features an anatomical heart placed prominently over a globe, representing Dr. DeBakey's teachings on cardiovascular procedures to surgeons around the world. The heart is encircled by a ribbon with the inscription, "The Pursuit of Excellence has been my Objective in Life", a quote by Dr. DeBakey.

Obverse:  [Hi-Res Image : 2.2 MB]
Reverse:  [Hi-Res Image : 2.2 MB]

Michael Ellis DeBakey, M.D. Bronze Medal


Dalai Lama Bronze Medal

Bronze duplicate of Congressional Gold Medal

Public Law:  109-287

Obverse
Designer:  Don Everhart
Engraver:  Don Everhart
Description:  The obverse design depicts a portrait of the Dalai Lama with the Himalayan Mountains of Tibet in the background.  Three inscriptions accompany the portrait: "Tenzin Gyatso" is inscribed on the upper left just above the mountains, "14th Dalai Lama of Tibet" adorns the top edge, and "Act of Congress 2006" appears to the left of the Dalai Lama's hands.

Reverse
Designer:  Joseph Menna
Engraver:  Joseph Menna
Description:  The reverse design features a stylized lotus flower, considered to be a symbol of purity.  The inscriptions include quoted remarks of the 14th Dalai Lama:  "World peace must develop from inner peace.  Peace is not the absence of violence.  Peace is the manifestation of human compassion."

Obverse:  [Hi-Res Image : 2.3 MB]
Reverse:  [Hi-Res Image : 2.2 MB]

Dalai Lama Bronze Medal



Dr. Norman E. Borlaug Bronze Medal

Bronze duplicate of Congressional Gold Medal

Public Law: 109-395

Obverse
Designer: Phebe Hemphill
Engraver: Phebe Hemphill
Description: The obverse features an image of Dr. Norman Borlaug in the early 1960's in the experimental wheat fields of Mexico, with the inscription "Norman Borlaug."

Reverse
Designer: Don Everhart
Engraver: Don Everhart
Description: The reverse depicts hands holding strands of wheat developed by Dr. Norman Borlaug. The central image depicts a globe with a quote by Borlaug, "The first essential component for social justice is adequate food for all mankind." Additional inscriptions are "Act of Congress," and "2006."

Obverse:  [Hi-Res Image : 2.5 MB]
Reverse:  [Hi-Res Image : 2.4 MB]

Dr. Norman E. Borlaug Bronze Medal



America the Beautiful Quarters ® Program
 

Quarters Issued in 2012

El Yunque National Forest

Reverse
Designer:  Gary Whitley
Engraver:  Michael Gaudioso
Description:  Depicts a Coqui tree frog sitting on a leaf and a Puerto Rican parrot behind an epiphyte plant with tropical flora in the background. Inscriptions are EL YUNQUE, PUERTO RICO, 2012 and E PLURIBUS UNUM.

Uncirculated
[High-Res Image : 1.05 MB]

Proof
[High-Res Image : 889 KB]


2012 El Yunque National Forest Quarter
2012 El Yunque Proof Quarter

Chaco Culture National Historical Park

Reverse
Designer:  Donna Weaver
Engraver:  Phebe Hemphill
Description:  Illustrates a view to the west of two elevated kivas that are part of the Chetro Ketl Complex, the north wall of Chetro Ketl and the north wall of the canyon. Inscriptions are CHACO CULTURE, NEW MEXICO, 2012 and E PLURIBUS UNUM.

Uncirculated
[High-Res Image : 1.09 MB]

Proof
[High-Res Image : 1.08 MB]


2012 Chaco Culture National Historical Park Quarter
2012 Chaco Culture Proof Quarter

Acadia National Park

Reverse
Designer:  Barbara Fox
Engraver:  Joseph Menna
Description:  Depicts a view of the Bass Harbor Head Lighthouse and Acadia's rough coastline. Inscriptions are ACADIA, MAINE, 2012 and E PLURIBUS UNUM.

Uncirculated
[High-Res Image : 1.05 MB]

Proof
[High-Res Image : 925 KB]

2012 Acadia National Park Quarter
2012 Acadia Proof Quarter

Hawai'i Volcanoes National Park

Reverse
Designer:  Charles L. Vickers
Engraver:  Charles L. Vickers
Description:  Depicts an eruption on the east rift of Kilauea Volcano. Inscriptions are HAWAI'I VOLCANOES, HAWAII, 2012 and E PLURIBUS UNUM.

Uncirculated
[High-Res Image : 1.94 MB]

Proof
[High-Res Image : 997 KB]


2012 Hawai'i Volcanoes National Park Quarter
2012 Hawai'i Volcanoes Proof Quarter

Denali National Park and Preserve

Reverse
Designer:  Susan Gamble
Engraver:  Jim Licaretz
Description:  Features a Dall sheep with Mount McKinley rising in the background. Inscriptions are DENALI, ALASKA, 2012 and E PLURIBUS UNUM.

Uncirculated
[High-Res Image : 1 MB]

Proof
[High-Res Image : 1.12 MB]


2012 Denali National Park and Preserve Quarter
2012 Denali Proof Quarter

Quarters Issued in 2011

Gettysburg National Military Park

Reverse
Designer:  Joel Iskowitz
Engraver:  Phebe Hemphill
Description:  Depicts the 72nd Pennsylvania Infantry Monument, which is located on the battle line of the Union Army at Cemetery Ridge. Inscriptions are GETTYSBURG, PENNSYLVANIA, 2011 and E PLURIBUS UNUM.

Uncirculated
[High-Res Image : 803 KB]

Proof
[High-Res Image : 812 KB]


2011 Gettysburg National Military Park Quarter
2011 Gettysburg Proof Quarter

Glacier National Park

Reverse
Designer:  Barbara Fox
Engraver:  Charles L. Vickers
Description:  Depicts a classic view of the northeast slope of Mount Reynolds towering in the distance, while a mountain goat climbs over the rocky slopes of the park's high country. Inscriptions are GLACIER, MONTANA, 2011 and E PLURIBUS UNUM.

Uncirculated
[High-Res Image : 800 KB]

Proof
[High-Res Image : 856 KB]


2011 Glacier National Park Quarter
2011 Glacier Proof Quarter

Olympic National Park

Reverse
Designer:  Susan Gamble
Engraver:  Michael Gaudioso
Description:  Depicts a Roosevelt elk standing on a gravel river bar of the Hoh River with a view of Mount Olympus in the background. Inscriptions are OLYMPIC, WASHINGTON, 2011 and E PLURIBUS UNUM.

Uncirculated
[High-Res Image : 789 KB]

Proof
[High-Res Image : 813 KB]


2011 Olympic National Park Quarter
2011 Olympic Proof Quarter

Vicksburg National Military Park

Reverse
Designer:  Thomas Cleveland
Engraver:  Joseph Menna
Description:  Depicts the U.S.S. Cairo on the Yazoo River as it would have been seen when it served the Union Navy during the Civil War. Inscriptions are VICKSBURG, MISSISSIPPI, 2011 and E PLURIBUS UNUM.

Uncirculated
[High-Res Image : 768 KB]

Proof
[High-Res Image : 821 KB]


2011 Vicksburg National Military Park Quarter
2011 Vicksburg Proof Quarter

Chickasaw National Recreation Area

Reverse
Designer:  Donna Weaver
Engraver:  Jim Licaretz
Description:  Depicts the Lincoln Bridge, built of limestone and dedicated in 1909 to celebrate the centennial of Abraham Lincoln's birth. Inscriptions are CHICKASAW, OKLAHOMA, 2011 and E PLURIBUS UNUM.

Uncirculated
[High-Res Image : 787 KB]

Proof
[High-Res Image : 798 KB]


2011 Chickasaw National Recreation Area Quarter
2011 Chickasaw Proof Quarter

Quarters Issued in 2010

Hot Springs National Park

Reverse
Designer:  Don Everhart
Engraver:  Joseph Menna
Description: Depicts the façade of the Hot Springs National Park headquarters building with a fountain in the foreground. Inscriptions are HOT SPRINGS, ARKANSAS, 2010 and E PLURIBUS UNUM.

Uncirculated
[High-Res Image : 5.83 MB]

Proof
[High-Res Image : 801 KB]


2010 Hot Springs Uncirculated Quarter
2010 Hot Springs Proof Quarter

Yellowstone National Park

Reverse
Designer:  Don Everhart
Engraver:  Don Everhart
Description:  Features the Old Faithful geyser with a mature bull bison in the foreground.  Inscriptions are YELLOWSTONE, WYOMING, 2010 and E PLURIBUS UNUM.

Uncirculated
[High-Res Image : 6.66 MB]

Proof
[High-Res Image : 938 KB]


2010 Yellowstone Uncirculated Quarter
2010 Yellowstone Proof Quarter

Yosemite National Park

Reverse
Designer:  Joseph Menna
Engraver:  Phebe Hemphill
Description:  Depicts the iconic El Capitan, which rises more than 3,000 feet above the valley floor and is the largest monolith of granite in the world.  Inscriptions are YOSEMITE, CALIFORNIA, 2010 and E PLURIBUS UNUM.

Uncirculated
[High-Res Image : 6.34 MB]

Proof
[High-Res Image : 934 KB]


2010 Yosemite Uncirculated Quarter
2010 Yosemite Proof Quarter

Grand Canyon National Park

Reverse
Designer:  Phebe Hemphill
Engraver:  Phebe Hemphill
Description:  Features a view of the granaries above the Nankoweap Delta in Marble Canyon near the Colorado River.  Inscriptions are GRAND CANYON, ARIZONA, 2010 and E PLURIBUS UNUM.

Uncirculated
[High-Res Image : 6.48 MB]

Proof
[High-Res Image : 973 KB]


2010 Grand Canyon Uncirculated Quarter
2010 Grand Canyon Proof Quarter

Mount Hood National Forest

Reverse
Designer:  Phebe Hemphill
Engraver:  Phebe Hemphill
Description:  Depicts a view of Mount Hood with Lost Lake in the foreground.  Inscriptions are MOUNT HOOD, OREGON, 2010 and E PLURIBUS UNUM.

Uncirculated
[High-Res Image : 6.39 MB]

Proof
[High-Res Image : 912 KB]


2010 Mount Hood Uncirculated Quarter
2010 Mount Hood Proof Quarter

2009 District of Columbia and U.S. Territories Quarters Program
 

District of Columbia

Reverse: "Duke Ellington"
Description:  Features native son Duke Ellington, the internationally renowned composer and musician, seated at a grand piano with the inscriptions, DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, DUKE ELLINGTON and JUSTICE FOR ALL, the District's motto.

Sculptor: Don Everhart

Proof
Reverse:  [Hi-Res Image : 102 KB]

Uncirculated
Reverse:  [Hi-Res Image : 583 KB]


2009 District of Columbia Proof Coin.
2009 District of Columbia Uncirculated Coin.


Commonwealth of Puerto Rico

Reverse:  "Sentry Box"
Description:  Features a historic sentry box and a hibiscus flower with the inscriptions, PUERTO RICO and Isla del Encanto, which means "Isle of Enchantment."

Sculptor:  Joseph Menna

Proof
Reverse:  [Hi-Res Image : 118 KB]

Uncirculated
Reverse:  [Hi-Res Image : 589 KB]


2009 Puerto Rico Proof Coin.
2009 Puerto Rico Uncirculated Coin.


Guam

Reverse:  "Flying Proa, Latte Stone and Island"
Description:  Depicts the outline of the island, a flying proa (a seagoing craft built by the Chamorro people), a latte stone (an architectural element used as the base of homes) and the inscriptions, GUAM and Guahan I Tanó ManChamorro, which means "Guam - Land of the Chamorro."

Sculptor:  Jim Licaretz

Proof
Reverse:  [Hi-Res Image : 84 KB]

Uncirculated
Reverse:  [Hi-Res Image : 534 KB]


2009 Guam Proof Coin
2009 Guam Uncirculated Coin


American Samoa

Reverse:  "Ava Bowl, Whisk and Staff"
Description:  Depicts the ava bowl ("tanoa"), whisk and staff in the foreground with a coconut tree on the shore in the background and the inscriptions, AMERICAN SAMOA and SAMOA MUAMUA LE ATUA, the motto of American Samoa, which means "Samoa, God is First."

Sculptor:  Charles Vickers

Proof
Reverse:  [Hi-Res Image : 119 KB]

Uncirculated
Reverse:  [Hi-Res Image : 611 KB]


2009 American Samoa Proof Coin.
2009 American Samoa Uncirculated Coin.


U.S. Virgin Islands

Reverse:  "Banana Quit, Yellow Cedar and Islands"
Description:  Features an outline of the three major islands, the yellow breast or banana quit, its official bird; the yellow cedar or yellow elder, the official flower; and a Tyre Palm Tree with the inscriptions, U.S. VIRGIN ISLANDS and United in Pride and Hope, the official motto of the territory.

Sculptor:  Joseph Menna

Proof
Reverse:  [Hi-Res Image : 108 KB]

Uncirculated
Reverse:  [Hi-Res Image : 545 KB]


2009 U.S. Virgin Islands Proof Coin.
2009 U.S. Virgin Islands Uncirculated Coin.


Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands

Reverse:  "Carolinian Canoe, Latte Stone and Mwar"
Description:  Represents the wealth of the islands in its natural resources of land, air and sea. Near the shore stands a large limestone latte, the supporting column of ancient indigenous Chamorro structures. A canoe of the indigenous Carolinians represents the people's seafaring skills across vast distances. Two white fairy tern birds fly in characteristic synchrony overhead. A Carolinian mwar (head lei) composed of plumeria, langilang (Ylang Ylang), angagha (peacock flower) and teibwo (Pacific Basil) borders the bottom of the design near the inscription, NORTHERN MARIANA ISLANDS.

Sculptor:  Phebe Hemphill

Proof
Reverse:  [Hi-Res Image : 118 KB]

Uncirculated
Reverse:  [Hi-Res Image : 612 KB]


2009 Northern Mariana Islands Proof Coin.
2009 Northern Mariana Islands Uncirculated Coin.



2009 Lincoln Bicentennial One Cent Program
 

2009 Lincoln Bicentennial One Cent Obverse

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

Uncirculated
Reverse:  [Hi-Res Image : 406 KB]


Obverse coin of Lincoln Penny bears the likeness of President Lincoln


Birth and Early Childhood in Kentucky Reverse

Designer:  Richard Masters
Sculptor:  Jim Licaretz
Description:  This reverse features a log cabin that represents Lincoln's humble beginnings in Kentucky.

Uncirculated
Reverse:  [Hi-Res Image : 2.06 MB]


Reverse coin features a log cabin that represents Lincoln's humble beginnings in Kentucky


Formative Years in Indiana Reverse

Designer:  Charles Vickers
Sculptor:  Charles Vickers
Description:  This reverse depicts a young Lincoln educating himself while working as a rail splitter in Indiana.

Uncirculated
Reverse:  [Hi-Res Image : 1.23 MB]


Reverse coin depicts a young Lincoln educating himself while working as a rail splitter in Indiana.


Professional Life in Illinois Reverse

Designer:  Joel Iskowitz
Sculptor:  Don Everhart
Description:  This reverse depicts the young professional Abraham Lincoln in front of the State Capitol in Illinois.

Uncirculated
Reverse:  [Hi-Res Image : 1.36 MB]


Reverse coin depicts the young professional Abraham Lincoln in front of the State Capitol in Illinois.


Presidency in DC Reverse

Designer:  Susan Gamble
Sculptor:  Joseph Menna
Description:  This reverse features the half finished United States Capitol dome.

Uncirculated
Reverse:  [Hi-Res Image : 1.75 MB]


Reverse coin features the half finished United States Capitol dome.



2013 Native American $1 Coin

Year:  2013

Public Law:  110-82

The Delaware Treaty (1778)

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:  Susan Gamble
Engraver:  Phebe Hemphill
Description:  The reverse design features a turkey, howling wolf, and turtle (all symbols of the clans of the Delaware Tribe), and a ring of 13 stars to represent the Colonies.  The design includes the required inscriptions, UNITED STATES OF AMERICA and $1.  The additional inscriptions include TREATY WITH THE DELAWARES and 1778.

Proof
Obverse: [High Res : 4.11 MB]
Reverse: [High Res : 4.24 MB]

2013 Native American $1 Proof Coin

2012 Native American $1 Coin

Year:  2012

Public Law:  110-82

Trade Routes in the 17th Century

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:  Thomas Cleveland
Engraver:  Phebe Hemphill
Description:  The reverse design features a Native American and horse in profile with horses running in the background, representing the historical spread of the horse. The design includes the required inscriptions, UNITED STATES OF AMERICA and $1.

Uncirculated
Obverse: [High Res : 199 KB]
Reverse: [High Res : 199 KB]

2012 Native American $1 Coin


2011 Native American $1 Coin

Year:  2011

Public Law:  110-82

Supreme Sachem Ousamequin, Massasoit of the Great Wampanoag Nation Creates Alliance with Settlers at Plymouth Bay (1621)

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:  Richard Masters
Engraver:  Joseph Menna
Description:  The design features hands of the Supreme Sachem Ousamequin Massasoit and Governor John Carver, symbolically offering the ceremonial peace pipe after the initiation of the first formal written peace alliance between the Wampanoag tribe and the European settlers. The design includes the required inscriptions, UNITED STATES OF AMERICA and $1, along with the additional inscription WAMPANOAG TREATY 1621.

Uncirculated
Obverse: [High Res : 199 KB]
Reverse: [High Res : 199 KB]

2011 Native American $1 Coin



2010 Native American $1 Coin

Year:  2010

Public Law:  110-82

Government—The Great Tree of Peace

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:  Thomas Cleveland
Engraver:  Charles L. Vickers
Description:  The reverse design features an image of the Hiawatha Belt with 5 arrows bound together, along with the inscriptions UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, $1, HAUDENOSAUNEE and GREAT LAW OF PEACE.

Design
Obverse:  [High Res Image : 1.35 MB]
Reverse:  [High Res Image : 1.47 MB]

2010 Native American $1 Coin




2009 Native American $1 Coin

Year:  2009

Public Law:  110-82

Spread of Three Sisters Reverse
Designer:  Norm Nemeth
Engraver:  Norm Nemeth
Description:  Features a Native American woman planting seeds in a field of corn, beans and squash and the inscriptions UNITED STATES OF AMERICA and $1.

Uncirculated
Obverse:  [Hi-Res Image : 817 KB]
Reverse:  [Hi-Res Image : 853 KB]


2009 Native American $1 Coin.



Westward Journey Nickel Series™

2005 First Design: "American Bison" Nickel

Obverse: bears a new image of President Thomas Jefferson
Reverse: bears a side-view of an American bison, grazing.

Obverse Designer: Joe Fitzgerald
Reverse Designer: Jamie Franki

Obverse Engraver: Don Everhart
Reverse Engraver: Norman E. Nemeth

Uncirculated
Obverse:  [Hi-Res Image : 470 KB]
Reverse:  [Hi-Res Image : 443 KB]

Proof
Obverse:  [Hi-Res Image : 1.4 MB]
Reverse:  [Hi-Res Image : 0.2 MB]

2005 First Design: "Grazing Buffalo" Uncirculated Nickel 2005 First Design: "Grazing Buffalo" Proof Nickel

2005 Second Design: "Ocean in View!" Nickel

Obverse: bears a new image of President Thomas Jefferson
Reverse: bears a design based on a photograph by Andrew E. Cier of Astoria, Oregon, of the western waters as they might have been first viewed by the Corps of Discovery in November, 1805.

Obverse Designer: Joe Fitzgerald
Reverse Designer: Joe Fitzgerald

Obverse Engraver: Don Everhart
Reverse Engraver: Donna Weaver

Uncirculated
Obverse:  [Hi-Res Image : 470 KB]
Reverse:  [Hi-Res Image : 443 KB]

Proof
Obverse:  [Hi-Res Image : 1.4 MB]
Reverse:  [Hi-Res Image : 0.2 MB]

2005 Second Design: "Ocean in View!" Uncirculated Nickel 2005 Second Design: "Ocean in View!" Proof Nickel

2004 Fall Design: "Keelboat" Nickel

Obverse: bears the likeness of President Jefferson.
Reverse: an angled, side-view of the keelboat with full sail.

Engraver: Al Maletsky

Uncirculated
Obverse:  [Hi-Res Image : 470 KB]
Reverse:  [Hi-Res Image : 443 KB]

Proof
Obverse:  [Hi-Res Image : 1.4 MB]
Reverse:  [Hi-Res Image : 0.2 MB]

2004 Spring Design: "Keelboat Medal" Nickel Unicirculated
2004 Spring Design: "Keelboat Medal" Nickel Proof

2004 Spring Design: "Louisiana Purchase/Peace Medal" Nickel

Obverse: bears the likeness of President Jefferson.
Reverse: features a rendition of the original Jefferson Peace Medal.

Engraver: Norman E. Nemeth

Uncirculated
Obverse:  [Hi-Res Image : 470 KB]
Reverse:  [Hi-Res Image : 1.4 MB]

Proof
Obverse:  [Hi-Res Image : 1.4 MB]
Reverse:  [Hi-Res Image : 1.3 MB]

2004 Spring Design: "Louisiana Purchase/Peace Medal" Nickel Unicirculated
2004 Spring Design: "Louisiana Purchase/Peace Medal" Nickel Proof


Lincoln Cent - Memorial Reverse

Obverse: bears the likeness of President Lincoln
Reverse: depicts the Lincoln Memorial in celebration of the 150th anniversary of Lincoln's birth.

Engraver Obverse: Victor D. Brenner
Engraver Reverse: Frank Gasparro

Lincoln Cent - Memorial Reverse. Obverse bears the likeness of President Lincoln. Reverse depicts the Lincoln Memorial in celebration of the 150th anniversary of Lincoln's birth.


Presidential $1 Coins

2013 Designs

William McKinley Obverse

Designer:  Phebe Hemphill
Engraver:  Phebe Hemphill
Description:  Features an image of William McKinley with the inscriptions WILLIAM MCKINLEY, IN GOD WE TRUST, 25th PRESIDENT and 1897 - 1901.

Uncirculated
[Hi-Res Image : 3.04 MB]
Proof
[Hi-Res Image : 3.83 MB]

2013 Presidential $1 Uncirculated Coin: William McKinley
2013 Presidential $1 Proof Coin: William McKinley

Theodore Roosevelt Obverse

Designer:  Joseph Menna
Engraver:  Joseph Menna
Description:  Features an image of Theodore Roosevelt with the inscriptions THEODORE ROOSEVELT, IN GOD WE TRUST, 26th PRESIDENT and 1901 - 1909.

Uncirculated
[Hi-Res Image : 3.24 MB]
Proof
[Hi-Res Image : 4.12 MB]

2013 Presidential $1 Uncirculated Coin: Theodore Roosevelt
2013 Presidential $1 Proof Coin: Theodore Roosevelt

William Howard Taft Obverse

Designer:  Barbara Fox
Engraver:  Michael Gaudioso
Description:  Features an image of William Howard Taft with the inscriptions WILLIAM HOWARD TAFT, IN GOD WE TRUST, 27th PRESIDENT and 1909 - 1913.

Uncirculated
[Hi-Res Image : 3.09 MB]
Proof
[Hi-Res Image : 3.88 MB]

2013 Presidential $1 Uncirculated Coin: William Howard Taft
2013 Presidential $1 Proof Coin: William Howard Taft

Woodrow Wilson Obverse

Designer:  Don Everhart
Engraver:  Don Everhart
Description:  Features an image of Woodrow Wilson with the inscriptions WOODROW WILSON, IN GOD WE TRUST, 28th PRESIDENT and 1913 - 1921.

Uncirculated
[Hi-Res Image : 3.16 MB]
Proof
[Hi-Res Image : 4.01 MB]

2013 Presidential $1 Uncirculated Coin: Woodrow Wilson
2013 Presidential $1 Proof Coin: Woodrow Wilson

 

2012 Designs

Chester Arthur Obverse

Designer:  Don Everhart
Engraver:  Don Everhart
Description:  Features an image of Chester Arthur with the inscriptions "CHESTER ARTHUR," "IN GOD WE TRUST," "21st PRESIDENT" and "1881-1885."

Uncirculated
[Hi-Res Image : 1.01 MB]
Proof
[Hi-Res Image : 1.37 MB]

Presidential $1 Coin: Chester Arthur.
2012 Chester Arthur Presidential $1 Proof Coin

Grover Cleveland Obverse (first term)

Designer:  Don Everhart
Engraver:  Don Everhart
Description:  Features an image of Grover Cleveland with the inscriptions "GROVER CLEVELAND," "IN GOD WE TRUST," "22nd PRESIDENT" and "1885-1889."

Uncirculated
[Hi-Res Image : 955 KB]
Proof
[Hi-Res Image : 1.27 MB]

Presidential $1 Coin: Grover Cleveland.
2012 Grover Cleveland (first term) Presidential $1 Proof Coin

Benjamin Harrison Obverse

Designer:  Phebe Hemphill
Engraver:  Phebe Hemphill
Description:  Features an image of Benjamin Harrison with the inscriptions "BENJAMIN HARRISON", "IN GOD WE TRUST", "23rd PRESIDENT" and "1889–1893."

Uncirculated
[Hi-Res Image : 0.98 MB]
Proof
[Hi-Res Image : 1.33 MB]

Presidential $1 Coin: Benjamin Harrison.
2012 Benjamin Harrison Presidential $1 Proof Coin

Grover Cleveland Obverse (second term)

Designer:  Don Everhart
Engraver:  Don Everhart
Description:  Features an image of Grover Cleveland with the inscriptions "GROVER CLEVELAND", "IN GOD WE TRUST", "24th PRESIDENT" and "1893-1897"

Uncirculated
[Hi-Res Image : 0.98 MB]
Proof
[Hi-Res Image :1.23 MB MB]

Presidential $1 Coin: Grover Cleveland.
2012 Grover Cleveland (second term) Presidential $1 Proof Coin

 

2011 Designs

Andrew Johnson Obverse

Designer:  Don Everhart
Engraver:  Don Everhart
Description:  Features an image of Andrew Johnson with the inscriptions "Andrew Johnson," "In God We Trust," "17th President" and "1865-1869."

Uncirculated
[Hi-Res Image : 2.76 MB]
Proof
[Hi-Res Image : 2.96 MB]

Presidential $1 Coin: Andrew Johnson.
2011 Andrew Johnson Presidential $1 Proof Coin

Ulysses S. Grant Obverse

Designer:  Don Everhart
Engraver:  Don Everhart
Description:  Features an image of Ulysses S. Grant with the inscriptions "Ulysses S. Grant," "In God We Trust," "18th President" and "1869-1877."

Uncirculated
[Hi-Res Image : 2.74 MB]
Proof
[Hi-Res Image : 2.66 MB]

Presidential $1 Coin: Ulysses S. Grant.
2011 Ulysses S. Grant Presidential $1 Proof Coin

Rutherford B. Hayes Obverse

Designer:  Don Everhart
Engraver:  Don Everhart
Description:  Features an image of Rutherford B. Hayes with the inscriptions "Rutherford B. Hayes", "In God We Trust", "19th President" and "1877–1881."

Uncirculated
[Hi-Res Image : 2.75 MB]
Proof
[Hi-Res Image : 2.7 MB]

Presidential $1 Coin: Rutherford B. Hayes.
2011 Rutherford B. Hayes Presidential $1 Proof Coin

James Garfield Obverse

Designer:  Phebe Hemphill
Engraver:  Phebe Hemphill
Description:  Features an image of James Garfield with the inscriptions "James Garfield", "In God We Trust", "20th President" and "1881."

Uncirculated
[Hi-Res Image : 2.85 MB]
Proof
[Hi-Res Image : 2.7 MB]

Presidential $1 Coin: James Garfield.
2011 James Garfield Presidential $1 Proof Coin

 

2010 Designs

Millard Fillmore Obverse

Designer:  Don Everhart
Engraver:  Don Everhart
Description:  Features an image of Millard Fillmore with the inscriptions "Millard Fillmore", "In God We Trust", "13th President" and "1850-1853."

Uncirculated
[Hi-Res Image : 1.44 MB]
Proof
[Hi-Res Image : 2.94 MB]

Presidential $1 Coin: Millard Fillmore.
2010 Millard Fillmore Presidential $1 Proof Coin

Franklin Pierce Obverse

Designer:  Susan Gamble
Engraver:  Charles L. Vickers
Description:  Features an image of Franklin Pierce with the inscriptions "Franklin Pierce", "In God We Trust", "14th President" and "1853-1857."

Uncirculated
[Hi-Res Image : 1.38 MB]
Proof
[Hi-Res Image : 3.14 MB]

Presidential $1 Coin: Franklin Pierce.
2010 Franklin Pierce Presidential $1 Proof Coin

James Buchanan Obverse

Designer:  Phebe Hemphill
Engraver:  Phebe Hemphill
Description:  Features an image of James Buchanan with the inscriptions "James Buchanan", "In God We Trust", "15th President" and "1857–1861."

Uncirculated
[Hi-Res Image : 1.31 MB]
Proof
[Hi-Res Image : 3.0 MB]

Presidential $1 Coin: James Buchanan.
2010 James Buchanan Presidential $1 Proof Coin

Abraham Lincoln Obverse

Designer:  Don Everhart
Engraver:  Don Everhart
Description:  Features an image of Abraham Lincoln with the inscriptions "Abraham Lincoln", "In God We Trust", "16th President" and "1861–1865."

Uncirculated
[Hi-Res Image : 1.31 MB]
Proof
[Hi-Res Image : 3.14 MB]

Presidential $1 Coin: Abraham Lincoln.
2010 Abraham Lincoln Presidential $1 Proof Coin

 

2009 Designs

William Henry Harrison Obverse

Designer:  Joseph Menna
Engraver:  Joseph Menna
Description:  Features an image of William Henry Harrison with the inscriptions "William Henry Harrison", "In God We Trust", "9th President" and "1841."

Uncirculated
[Hi-Res Image : 1.31 MB]
Proof
[Hi-Res Image : 1.18 MB]

Presidential $1 Coin: William Henry Harrison.
2009 William Henry Harrison Presidential $1 Proof Coin

John Tyler Obverse

Designer:  Phebe Hemphill
Engraver:  Phebe Hemphill
Description:  Features an image of John Tyler with the inscriptions "John Tyler", "In God We Trust", "10th President" and "1841-1845."

Uncirculated
[Hi-Res Image : 1.35 MB]
Proof
[Hi-Res Image : 1.21 MB]

Presidential $1 Coin: John Tyler.
2009 John Tyler Presidential $1 Proof Coin

James K. Polk Obverse

Designer:  Susan Gamble
Engraver:  Charles Vickers
Description:  Features an image of James K. Polk with the inscriptions "James K. Polk", "In God We Trust", "11th President" and "1845 -1849."

Uncirculated
[Hi-Res Image : 1.31 MB]
Proof
[Hi-Res Image : 1.22 MB]

Presidential $1 Coin: James K. Polk.
2009 James K. Polk Presidential $1 Proof Coin

Zachary Taylor Obverse

Designer:  Don Everhart
Engraver:  Don Everhart
Description:  Features an image of Zachary Taylor with the inscriptions "Zachary Taylor", "In God We Trust", "12th President" and "1849 -1850."

Uncirculated
[Hi-Res Image : 1.37 MB]
Proof
[Hi-Res Image : 1.20 MB]

Presidential $1 Coin: Zachary Taylor.
2009 Zachary Taylor Presidential $1 Proof Coin

 

2008 Designs

James Monroe Obverse

Designer:  Joseph Menna
Engraver:  Joseph Menna
Description:  Features an image of James Monroe with the inscriptions "James Monroe," "5th President" and "1817–1825."

Uncirculated
[Hi-Res Image : 1.28 MB]
Proof
[Hi-Res Image : 1.19 MB]

Presidential $1 Coin: Monroe Obverse
2008 James Monroe Presidential $1 Proof Coin

John Quincy Adams Obverse

Designer:  Don Everhart
Engraver:  Don Everhart
Description:  Features an image of John Quincy Adams with the inscriptions "John Quincy Adams", "6th President" and "1825–1829."

Uncirculated
[Hi-Res Image : 1.29 MB]
Proof
[Hi-Res Image : 1.11 MB]

Presidential $1 Coin: Quincy Adams Obverse
2008 John Quincy Adams Presidential $1 Proof Coin

Andrew Jackson Obverse

Designer:  Joel Iskowitz
Engraver:  Jim Licaretz
Description:  Features an image of Andrew Jackson with the inscriptions "Andrew Jackson," "7th President" and "1829–1837."

Uncirculated
[Hi-Res Image : 1.01 MB]
Proof
[Hi-Res Image : 1.22 MB]

Presidential $1 Coin: Jackson Obverse
2008 Andrew Jackson Presidential $1 Proof Coin

Martin Van Buren Obverse

Designer:  Joel Iskowitz
Engraver:  Phebe Hemphill
Description:  Features an image of Martin Van Buren with the inscriptions "Martin Van Buren," "8th President" and "1837–1841."

Uncirculated
[Hi-Res Image : 1.29 MB]
Proof
[Hi-Res Image : 1.19 MB]

Presidential $1 Coin: Van Buren Obverse
2008 Martin Van Buren Presidential $1 Proof Coin

 

2007 Designs

George Washington Obverse

Designer:  Joseph Menna
Engraver:  Joseph Menna
Description:  Features an image of George Washington with the inscriptions "George Washington," "1st President" and "1789–1797."

Uncirculated
[Hi-Res Image : 4.07 MB]
Proof
[Hi-Res Image : 1.23 MB]

Presidential $1 Coin: Washington Obverse
2007 George Washington Presidential $1 Proof Coin

John Adams Obverse

Designer:  Joel Iskowitz
Engraver:  Charles Vickers
Description:  Features an image of John Adams with the inscriptions "John Adams", "2nd President" and "1797–1801."

Uncirculated
[Hi-Res Image : 3.87 MB]
Proof
[Hi-Res Image : 1.10 MB]

Presidential $1 Coin: Adams Obverse
2007 John Adams Presidential $1 Proof Coin

Thomas Jefferson Obverse

Designer:  Joseph Menna
Engraver:  Joseph Menna
Description:  Features an image of Thomas Jefferson with the inscriptions "Thomas Jefferson," "3rd President" and "1801–1809."

Uncirculated
[Hi-Res Image : 3.74 MB]
Proof
[Hi-Res Image : 1.15 MB]

Presidential $1 Coin: Jefferson Obverse
2007 Thomas Jefferson Presidential $1 Proof Coin

James Madison Obverse

Designer:  Joel Iskowitz
Engraver:  Don Everhart
Description:  Features an image of James Madison with the inscriptions "James Madison," "4th President" and "1809–1817."

Uncirculated
[Hi-Res Image : 3.95 MB]
Proof
[Hi-Res Image : 1.19 MB]

Presidential $1 Coin: Madison Obverse
2007 James Madison Presidential $1 Proof Coin


First Spouse Gold Coin Program

2013 First Spouse Gold Coins

Ida McKinley

Obverse
Designer:  Susan Gamble
Engraver:  Phebe Hemphill

Reverse
Designer: Donna Weaver
Engraver:  Renata Gordon
Description:  Depicts two hands crocheting, representative of Mrs. McKinley's work crocheting thousands of slippers that were auctioned off for charity.

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

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

2013 First Spouse Gold Proof Coin – Ida McKinley    2013 First Spouse Gold Uncirculated Coin – Ida McKinley

Edith Roosevelt

Obverse
Designer:  Joel Iskowitz
Engraver:  Joseph Menna

Reverse
Designer:  Chris Costello
Engraver:  Don Everhart
Description:  Features the White House with a slightly off-center column and compass, representing Mrs. Roosevelt's work in the restoration of the White House in 1902.

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

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

2013 First Spouse Gold Proof Coin – Edith Roosevelt    2013 First Spouse Gold Uncirculated Coin – Edith Roosevelt

Helen Taft

Obverse
Designer:  William C. Burgard
Engraver:  Phebe Hemphill

Reverse
Designer:  Richard Masters
Engraver:  Charles Vickers
Description:  Features a branch of Japanese cherry blossoms, symbolizing Mrs. Taft’s instrumental role in bringing the cherry trees to Washington, D.C.

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

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

2013 First Spouse Gold Proof Coin – Helen Taft    2013 First Spouse Gold Uncirculated Coin – Helen Taft

Ellen Wilson

Obverse
Designer:  Frank Morris
Engraver:  Charles Vickers

Reverse
Designer:  Don Everhart
Engraver:  Don Everhart
Description: Features an image of roses with the White House in the background, a tribute to Mrs. Wilson's creation of the White House Rose Garden.

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

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

2013 First Spouse Gold Proof Coin – Ellen Wilson    2013 First Spouse Gold Uncirculated Coin – Ellen Wilson

Edith Wilson

Obverse
Designer:  David Westwood
Engraver:  Michael Gaudioso

Reverse
Designer:  Joseph Menna
Engraver:  Joseph Menna
Description:  Depicts Mrs. Wilson supporting her husband, who had suffered a massive stroke. His right hand holds a cane, while her left hand rests warmly on his.

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

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

2013 First Spouse Gold Proof Coin – Edith Wilson    2013 First Spouse Gold Uncirculated Coin – Edith Wilson


2012 First Spouse Gold Coins

Alice Paul and the Suffrage Movement

Obverse
Designer:  Susan Gamble
Engraver:  Phebe Hemphill

Reverse
Designer:  Phebe Hemphill
Engraver:  Phebe Hemphill
Description:  This design depicts a participant marching in the suffrage parade, holding the flag and wearing the banner "Votes for Women".

Uncirculated
Obverse:  [Hi-Res Image : 800 KB]
Reverse:  [Hi-Res Image : 1.0 MB]

Proof
Obverse:  [Hi-Res Image : 700 KB]
Reverse:  [Hi-Res Image : 760 KB]

Alice Paul and the Suffrage Movement Gold Uncirculated Coin    Alice Paul and the Suffrage Movement Gold Proof Coin

Frances Cleveland (first term)

Obverse
Designer:  Joel Iskowitz
Engraver:  Don Everhart

Reverse
Designer:  Barbara Fox
Engraver:  Michael Gaudioso
Description:  This design depicts the working women's receptions that Mrs. Cleveland often held at the White House.

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

Proof:
Obverse:  [Hi-Res Image : 900 KB]
Reverse:  [Hi-Res Image : 1.1 MB]

2012 Frances Cleveland (first term) Gold Uncirculated Coin    2012 Frances Cleveland (first term) Gold Proof Coin

Caroline Harrison

Obverse
Designer:  Frank Morris
Engraver:  Michael Gaudioso

Reverse
Designer:  Donna Weaver
Engraver:  Charles Vickers
Description:  This design represents Mrs. Harrison's love of flowers, depicting a close-up of an orchid and paint brushes.

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

Proof:
Obverse:  [Hi-Res Image : 1.0 MB]
Reverse:  [Hi-Res Image : 1.0 MB]

2012 Caroline Harrison Gold Uncirculated Coin    2012 Caroline Harrison Gold Proof Coin

Frances Cleveland (second term)

Obverse
Designer:  Barbara Fox
Engraver:  Phebe Hemphill

Reverse
Designer:  Joseph Menna
Engraver:  Joseph Menna
Description:  This design depicts an event emblematic of Mrs. Cleveland's popularity with the public.

Uncirculated
Obverse:  [Hi-Res Image : 1.21 MB]
Reverse:  [Hi-Res Image : 1.35 MB]

Proof:
Obverse:  [Hi-Res Image : 859 KB]
Reverse:  [Hi-Res Image : 1.1 MB]

2012 Frances Cleveland (second term) Gold Uncirculated Coin    2012 Frances Cleveland (second term) Gold Proof Coin


2011 First Spouse Gold Coins

Eliza Johnson

Obverse
Designer:  Joel Iskowitz
Engraver:  Don Everhart

Reverse
Designer:  Gary Whitley
Engraver:  Phebe Hemphill
Description:  This design depicts three children dancing and a Marine Band fiddler playing at the children's ball that was held for President Johnson's 60th birthday.

Proof
Obverse:  [Hi-Res Image : 936 KB]
Reverse:  [Hi-Res Image : 986 KB]

Uncirculated
Obverse:  [Hi-Res Image : 1,770 KB]
Reverse:  [Hi-Res Image : 1,253 KB]

Eliza Johnson First Spouse Proof Coin

Julia Grant

Obverse
Designer:  Donna Weaver
Engraver:  Michael Gaudioso

Reverse
Designer:  Richard Masters
Engraver:  Charles L. Vickers
Description:  This design depicts a young Julia Dent and Ulysses S. Grant, then a West Point cadet, horseback riding at her family's plantation, White Haven.

Proof:
Obverse:  [Hi-Res Image : 861 KB]
Reverse:  [Hi-Res Image : 1.0 MB]

Uncirculated:
Obverse:  [Hi-Res Image : 1.26 MB]
Reverse:  [Hi-Res Image : 1.38 MB]

Julia Dent Grant First Spouse Proof Coin

Lucy Hayes

Obverse
Designer:  Susan Gamble
Engraver:  Don Everhart

Reverse
Designer:  Barbara Fox
Engraver:  Joseph Menna
Description:  This design depicts Lucy Hayes' participation in the first Easter Egg Roll held at the White House.

Proof:
Obverse:  [Hi-Res Image : 861 KB]
Reverse:  [Hi-Res Image : 1.0 MB]

Uncirculated:
Obverse:  [Hi-Res Image : 1.26 MB]
Reverse:  [Hi-Res Image : 1.38 MB]

Lucy Hayes First Spouse Uncirculated Coin

Lucretia Garfield

Obverse
Designer:  Barbara Fox
Engraver:  Phebe Hemphill

Reverse
Designer:  Michael Gaudioso
Engraver:  Michael Gaudioso
Description:  This design represents Lucretia Garfield's interest in art and features her painting on a canvas with brush and palette in hand.

Proof
Obverse:  [Hi-Res Image : 861 KB]
Reverse:  [Hi-Res Image : 1.0 MB]

Uncirculated:
Obverse:  [Hi-Res Image : 1.26 MB]
Reverse:  [Hi-Res Image : 1.38 MB]

Lucretia Garfield First Spouse Uncirculated Coin


2010 First Spouse Gold Coins

Abigail Fillmore

Obverse
Designer:  Phebe Hemphill
Engraver:  Phebe Hemphill

Reverse
Designer:  Susan Gamble
Engraver:  Joseph Menna

Uncirculated
Obverse:  [Hi-Res Image : 1.03 MB]
Reverse:  [Hi-Res Image : 1.25 MB]

Proof
Obverse:  [Hi-Res Image : 1.62 MB]
Reverse:  [Hi-Res Image : 1.67 MB]

Abigail Fillmore First Spouse Uncirculated Coin Abigail Fillmore First Spouse Proof Coin

Jane Pierce

Obverse
Designer:  Donna Weaver
Engraver:  Don Everhart

Reverse
Designer:  Donna Weaver
Engraver:  Charles Vickers

Uncirculated
Obverse:  [Hi-Res Image : 1.32 MB]
Reverse:  [Hi-Res Image : 1.33 MB]

Proof
Obverse:  [Hi-Res Image : 986 KB]
Reverse:  [Hi-Res Image : 1.09 MB]

Jane Pierce First Spouse Uncirculated Coin Jane Pierce First Spouse Proof Coin

James Buchanan's Liberty

Obverse
Designer:  Christian Gobrecht

Reverse
Designer:  David Westwood
Engraver:  Joseph Menna

Uncirculated
Obverse:  [Hi-Res Image : 1.32 MB]
Reverse:  [Hi-Res Image : 1.33 MB]

Proof
Obverse:  [Hi-Res Image : 986 KB]
Reverse:  [Hi-Res Image : 1.09 MB]

James Buchanan's Uncirculated Liberty Coin James Buchanan's Proof Liberty Coin

Mary Lincoln

Obverse
Designer:  Phebe Hemphill
Engraver:  Phebe Hemphill

Reverse
Designer:  Joel Iskowitz
Engraver:  Phebe Hemphill

Uncirculated
Obverse:  [Hi-Res Image : 1.32 MB]
Reverse:  [Hi-Res Image : 1.33 MB]

Proof
Obverse:  [Hi-Res Image : 986 KB]
Reverse:  [Hi-Res Image : 1.09 MB]

Mary Lincoln First Spouse Uncirculated Coin Mary Lincoln First Spouse Proof Coin

2009 First Spouse Gold Coins

Anna Harrison Obverse
Designer:  Donna Weaver
Sculptor:  Joseph Menna

Anna Harrison Reverse
Designer:  Thomas Cleveland
Sculptor:  Charles Vickers

Uncirculated
Obverse:  [Hi-Res Image : 1.52 MB]
Reverse:  [Hi-Res Image : 1.60 MB]

Proof
Obverse:  [Hi-Res Image : 988 KB]
Reverse:  [Hi-Res Image : 1.20 MB]

Anna Harrison First Spouse Uncirculated Coin Anna Harrison First Spouse Proof Coin



Letitia Tyler Obverse
Designer:  Phebe Hemphill
Sculptor:  Phebe Hemphill

Letitia Tyler Reverse
Designer:  Susan Gamble
Sculptor:  Norm Nemeth

Uncirculated
Obverse:  [Hi-Res Image : 1.49 MB]
Reverse:  [Hi-Res Image : 1.39 MB]

Proof
Obverse:  [Hi-Res Image : 1.05 MB]
Reverse:  [Hi-Res Image : 1.13 MB]

Letitia Tyler First Spouse Uncirculated Coin Letitia Tyler First Spouse Proof Coin



Julia Tyler Obverse
Designer:  Joel Iskowitz
Sculptor:  Don Everhart

Julia Tyler Reverse
Designer:  Joel Iskowitz
Sculptor:  Don Everhart

Uncirculated
Obverse:  [Hi-Res Image : 1.42 MB]
Reverse:  [Hi-Res Image : 1.45 MB]

Proof
Obverse:  [Hi-Res Image : 1.03 MB]
Reverse:  [Hi-Res Image : 1.01 MB]

Julia Tyler First Spouse Uncirculated Coin Julia Tyler First Spouse Proof Coin



Sarah Polk Obverse
Designer:  Phebe Hemphill
Sculptor:  Phebe Hemphill

Sarah Polk Reverse
Designer:  Phebe Hemphill
Sculptor:  Phebe Hemphill

Uncirculated
Obverse:  [Hi-Res Image : 1.26 MB]
Reverse:  [Hi-Res Image : 1.39 MB]

Proof
Obverse:  [Hi-Res Image : 889 KB]
Reverse:  [Hi-Res Image : 1.16 MB]

Sarah Polk First Spouse Uncirculated Coin Sarah Polk First Spouse Proof Coin



Margaret Taylor Obverse
Designer:  Phebe Hemphill
Sculptor:  Charles Vickers

Margaret Taylor Reverse
Designer:  Mary Beth Zeitz
Sculptor:  Jim Licaretz

Uncirculated
Obverse:  [Hi-Res Image : 1.38 MB]
Reverse:  [Hi-Res Image : 1.44 MB]

Proof
Obverse:  [Hi-Res Image : 937 KB]
Reverse:  [Hi-Res Image : 1.03 MB]

Margaret Taylor First Spouse Uncirculated Coin Margaret Taylor First Spouse Proof Coin



2008 First Spouse Gold Coins

Elizabeth Monroe Obverse
Designer: Joel Iskowitz
Sculptor: Don Everhart

Elizabeth Monroe Reverse
Designer: Donna Weaver
Sculptor: Charles Vickers

Uncirculated
Obverse:  [Hi-Res Image : 1.30 MB]
Reverse:  [Hi-Res Image : 1.42 MB]

Proof
Obverse:  [Hi-Res Image : 949 KB]
Reverse:  [Hi-Res Image : 1.15 MB]

Elizabeth Monroe First Spouse Uncirculated Elizabeth Monroe First Spouse Proof



Louisa Adams Obverse
Designer: Susan Gamble
Sculptor: Phebe Hemphill

Louisa Adams Reverse
Designer: Joseph Menna
Sculptor: Joseph Menna

Uncirculated
Obverse:  [Hi-Res Image : 1.47 MB]
Reverse:  [Hi-Res Image : 1.56 MB]

Proof
Obverse:  [Hi-Res Image : 1.03 MB]
Reverse:  [Hi-Res Image : 1.17 MB]

Louisa Adams First Spouse Uncirculated Louisa Adams First Spouse Proof



Jackson's Liberty Obverse
Designer: John Reich
Sculptor: John Reich

Jackson's Liberty Reverse
Designer: Justin Kunz
Sculptor: Don Everhart

Uncirculated
Obverse:  [Hi-Res Image : 1.43 MB]
Reverse:  [Hi-Res Image : 1.45 MB]

Proof
Obverse:  [Hi-Res Image : 1.07 MB]
Reverse:  [Hi-Res Image : 1.07 MB]

Jackson's Liberty First Spouse Uncirculated Jackson's Liberty First Spouse Proof



Van Buren's Liberty Obverse
Designer: Christian Gobrecht
Sculptor: Christian Gobrecht

Van Buren's Liberty Reverse
Designer: Thomas Cleveland
Sculptor: Jim Licaretz

Uncirculated
Obverse:  [Hi-Res Image : 1.43 MB]
Reverse:  [Hi-Res Image : 1.57 MB]

Proof
Obverse:  [Hi-Res Image : 1.02 MB]
Reverse:  [Hi-Res Image : 1.22 MB]

Van Buren's Liberty First Spouse Uncirculated Van Buren's Liberty First Spouse Proof



2007 First Spouse Gold Coins

Martha Washington Obverse
Designer: Joseph Menna
Sculptor: Joseph Menna


Martha Washington Reverse
Designer: Susan Gamble
Sculptor: Don Everhart


Uncirculated
Obverse:  [Hi-Res Image : 1.28 MB]
Reverse:  [Hi-Res Image : 1.29 MB]

Proof
Obverse:  [Hi-Res Image : 1.03 MB]
Reverse:  [Hi-Res Image : 1.06 MB]


Abigail Adams Obverse
Designer: Joseph Menna
Sculptor: Joseph Menna


Abigail Adams Reverse
Designer: Thomas Cleveland
Sculptor: Phebe Hemphill

Uncirculated
Obverse:  [Hi-Res Image : 1.22 MB]
Reverse:  [Hi-Res Image : 1.18 MB]

Proof
Obverse:  [Hi-Res Image : 945 KB]
Reverse:  [Hi-Res Image : 1.05 MB]


Jefferson’s Liberty Obverse
Designer: Robert Scot
Sculptor: Phebe Hemphill


Jefferson’s Liberty Reverse
Designer: Charles Vickers
Sculptor: Charles Vickers

Uncirculated
Obverse:  [Hi-Res Image : 1.26 MB]
Reverse:  [Hi-Res Image : 1.39 MB]

Proof
Obverse:  [Hi-Res Image : 989 KB]
Reverse:  [Hi-Res Image : 1.01 MB]


Dolley Madison Obverse
Designer: Don Everhart
Sculptor: Don Everhart


Dolley Madison Reverse
Designer: Joel Iskowitz
Sculptor: Don Everhart

Uncirculated
Obverse:  [Hi-Res Image : 1.25 MB]
Reverse:  [Hi-Res Image : 1.35 MB]

Proof
Obverse:  [Hi-Res Image : 923 KB]
Reverse:  [Hi-Res Image : 1.11 MB]


Martha Washington First Spouse Gold Uncirculated Coin Martha Washington First Spouse Gold Proof Coin

Abigail Adams First Spouse Gold Uncirculated Coin Abigail Adams First Spouse Gold Proof Coin
Jefferson Liberty First Spouse Gold Uncirculated Coin Jefferson Liberty First Spouse Gold Proof Coin
Dolly Madison First Spouse Gold Uncirculated Coin Dolly Madison First Spouse Gold Proof Coin


Sacagawea Golden Dollar

Obverse: Depicts Sacagawea with her infant son Jean Baptiste being carried on her back.
Reverse: Depicts a soaring American bald eagle, encircled by 17 stars - one for each state in the union at the time of the 1804 Lewis and Clark expedition.

Designer/Obverse: Glenda Goodacre
Engraver/Designer Reverse: Thomas D. Rodgers

2003
Obverse: [Macintosh: 0.71 MB] [PC: 0.71 MB]
Reverse: [Macintosh: 1.3 MB] [PC: 1.7 MB]

2003 Golden Dollar Coin


John F. Kennedy Half-Dollar

Obverse: Depicts a bust of President Kennedy.
Reverse: Depicts the Presidential Coat of Arms.

Engraver Obverse: Gilroy Roberts
Engraver Reverse: Frank Gasparro

John F. Kennedy Half Dollar


50 State Quarters® Program

High Resolution Images
All Coins (PC only):

 

 

Washington Quarter Obverse Redesign
Public Law 105-124, Celebrates our 50 states with the United States Mint's 50 State Quarters® Program. This innovative ten-year program, every 10 weeks you will see a new state's quarter - released in the order states were admitted into the Union.

Original Obverse: John Flanagan
Modification to Obverse: William Cousins

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The New Obverse.


Quarters Issued in 2008
 

Oklahoma

Reverse:  "Scissortail Flycatcher"
Description:  "Scissortail Flycatcher," features an image of the State bird, the Scissortail Flycatcher, in flight with its distinctive tail feathers spread. The bird is soaring over the State wildflower, the Indian Blanket, backed by a field of similar wildflowers. The coin’s design also bears the inscriptions "Oklahoma" and "1907."

Engraver:  Phebe Hemphill


Oklahoma Uncirculated

New Mexico

Reverse:  "Land of Enchantment"
Description:  " Land of Enchantment," features a Zia sun symbol over a topographical outline of the State with the inscription "Land of Enchantment." The coin also bears the inscriptions "New Mexico" and "1912."

Engraver:  Don Everhart


New Mexico Uncirculated

Arizona

Reverse:  "Grand Canyon State"
Description:  “Grand Canyon State," features an image of the Grand Canyon with a Saguaro cactus, Arizona’s state flower, in the foreground. A banner reading “Grand Canyon State” separates the two images to signify that the Saguaro cactus does not grow in the Grand Canyon. The coin also bears the inscriptions “Arizona” and “1912.”

Engraver:  Joseph Menna


Arizona Uncirculated

Alaska

Reverse:  "The Great Land"
Description:  "The Great Land," features a grizzly bear emerging from the waters clutching a salmon in its jaw. The coin’s design includes the North Star displayed above the inscription “The Great Land” and the inscriptions “Alaska” and “1959.”

Engraver:  Charles Vickers


Alaska Uncirculated

Hawaii

Reverse:  "King Kamehameha I"
Description:  “King Kamehameha I," features Hawaiian monarch King Kamehameha I stretching his hand toward the eight major Hawaiian Islands. Inscriptions are the state motto “UA MAU KE EA O KA ‘AINA I KA PONO” (“The life of the land is perpetuated in righteousness”), “Hawaii” and “1959.”

Engraver:  Don Everhart


Hawaii Uncirculated


Quarters Issued in 2007
 

Montana

Reverse:  "Big Sky Country"
Description:  "Big Sky Country," features a bison skull depicted above the diverse Montana landscape with the inscription "Big Sky Country." The coin also bears the inscriptions "Montana" and "1889."

Engraver:  Don Everhart

Montana Uncirculated

Washington

Reverse:  "The Evergreen State"
Description:  "The Evergreen State," features a king salmon breaching the water in front of majestic Mount Rainier. The coin bears the inscriptions "The Evergreen State," "Washington" and "1889."

Engraver:  Charles Vickers

Washington Uncirculated

Idaho

Reverse:  "Esto Perpetua"
Description:  "Esto Perpetua," features the Peregrine Falcon imposing its presence above an outline of the State of Idaho. The coin bears the inscriptions "Esto Perpetua" (the State motto which means, "May it be Forever"), "Idaho" and "1890."

Engraver:  Don Everhart

Idaho Uncirculated

Wyoming

Reverse:  "The Equality State"
Description:  "The Equality State," features a bucking horse and rider with the inscriptions "The Equality State," "Wyoming" and "1890."

Engraver:  Norman E. Nemeth

Wyoming Uncirculated

Utah

Reverse:  "Crossroads of the West"
Description:  "Crossroads of the West," features two locomotives moving toward the golden spike that joined the Central Pacific and Union Pacific railroads, linking East to West and transforming both the Utah Territory and the Nation with the inscription "Crossroads of the West." The coin also bears the inscriptions "Utah" and "1896."

Engraver:  Joseph Menna

Utah Uncirculated


Quarters Issued in 2006
 

 

Nevada

Reverse:  "The Silver State"
Description:  "The Silver State," features a trio of wild stallions, snow capped mountains and the sun.

Engraver:  Don Everhart

Nevada Uncirculated

Nebraska

Reverse:  "Chimney Rock"
Description:  "Chimney Rock," depicts an ox-drawn covered wagon carrying pioneers in the foreground and Chimney Rock in the background.

Engraver:  Charles Vickers

Nebraska Uncirculated

Colorado

Reverse:  "Colorful Colorado"
Description:  "Colorful Colorado," depicts the State’s rugged Rocky Mountains with evergreen trees and a banner carrying the inscription "Colorful Colorado."

Engraver:  Norm Nemeth

Colorado Uncirculated

North Dakota

Reverse:  "Badlands with Bison"
Description:  "Badlands with Bison," features a pair of grazing American bison in the foreground and a sunset view of the rugged buttes and canyons that symbolize the State’s Badlands region.

Engraver:  Donna Weaver

North Dakota Uncirculated

South Dakota

Reverse:  "Mount Rushmore and Pheasant"
Description:  "Mount Rushmore and Pheasant," features the State bird, the Chinese ring-necked pheasant in flight above the Mount Rushmore National Memorial.

Engraver:  John Mercanti

South Dakota Uncirculated


Quarters Issued in 2005
 


California

Reverse: "John Muir / Yosemite Valley"
Description: Depicts naturalist and conservationist John Muir admiring Yosemite Valley’s monolithic granite headwall known as Half Dome with a soaring California condor.

Engraver: Don Everhart

California

Minnesota

Reverse: "Land of 10,000 Lakes"
Description: A tree-lined lake with two people fishing, a loon on the water, and a textured outline of the state surrounding its nickname, “Land of 10,000 Lakes.”

Engraver: Charles Vickers

Minnesota

Oregon

Reverse: "Crater Lake"
Description: Features a portion of Crater Lake, viewed from the south-southwest rim to include Wizard Island and Watchman and Hillman Peaks on the lake’s rim.

Engraver: Donna Weaver

Oregon

Kansas

Reverse: "Buffalo and Sunflower"
Description: Features a buffalo and sunflower motif.

Engraver: Norman Nemeth

Kansas

West Virginia

Reverse: "New River Gorge"
Description: The scenic beauty of the New River featuring the New River Gorge Bridge.

Engraver: John Mercanti

West Virginia


Quarters Issued in 2004
 

Michigan

Reverse: "Great Lakes State"
Description: Depicts the outline of the State and the Great Lakes system. The quarter is inscribed "Great Lakes State."

Engraver: Donna Weaver

Michigan

Florida

Reverse: "Gateway to Discovery"
Description: Incorporates a 16th-century Spanish galleon, a space shuttle and the inscription "Gateway to Discovery." A strip of land with Sabal palm trees is also depicted.

Engraver: T. James Ferrell

Florida

Texas

Reverse: "The Lone Star State"
Description: Incorporates an outline of the State with a star superimposed on the outline and the inscription, "The Lone Star State." The lariat encircling the design is symbolic of the cattle and cowboy history of Texas, as well as the frontier spirit that tamed the land.

Engraver: Norman E. Nemeth

Texas

Iowa

Reverse: "Foundation in Education"
Description: Features a one-room schoolhouse with a teacher and students planting a tree, and the inscriptions "Foundation in Education" and "Grant Wood." The design is based on "Arbor Day," a painting by Grant Wood, who was born near Anamosa, Iowa.

Engraver: John Mercanti

Iowa

Wisconsin

Reverse: "Forward"
Description: Depicts an agricultural theme featuring the head of a cow, a round of cheese and an ear of corn. The design also bears an inscription of the State motto, "Forward."

Engraver: Alfred Maletsky

Wisconsin


Quarters Issued in 2003
 

Illinois

Reverse: "The Land of Lincoln"
Description: Depicts a young Abraham Lincoln within the outline of the state. A farm scene and the Chicago skyline appear on the left and to the right of the state's outline. Twenty-one stars border the coin, signifying Illinois as the 21st state to be admitted into the Union.

Engraver: Donna Weaver

Illinois

Alabama

Reverse: "Spirit of Courage"
Description: Depicts an image of Helen Keller with her name in English, and in a reduced-size version of braille. An Alabama long leaf pine branch and magnolias grace the sides of the design, and a "Spirit of Courage" banner underlines the central image.

Engraver: Norman E. Nemeth

Alabama

Maine

Reverse: "Pemaquid Point Light"
Description: Depicts the incorporated rendition of the Pemaquid Point Light atop a granite coast and of a schooner at sea.

Engraver: Donna Weaver

Maine

Missouri

Reverse: "Corps of Discovery"
Description: Depicts Lewis and Clark’s historic return to St. Louis down the Missouri River, with the Jefferson National Expansion Memorial (Gateway Arch) in the background. The quarter is inscribed "Corps of Discovery 1804-2004."

Engraver: Alfred Maletsky

Missouri

Arkansas

Reverse: "Natural State"
Description: Depicts the image of rice stalks, a diamond and a mallard gracefully flying above a lake.

Engraver: John Mercanti

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Arkansas


Quarters Issued in 2002
 

Tennessee

Reverse: "Musical Heritage"
Description: Incorporates musical instruments – the fiddle, the trumpet, and the guitar.

Engraver: Donna Weaver

Tennessee

Ohio

Reverse: "Birthplace of Aviation Pioneers"
Description: Depicts the state's contribution to the history of aviation, depicting an early aircraft and an astronaut, superimposed as a group on the outline of the state. The design also includes the inscription "Birthplace of Aviation Pioneers."

Engraver: Donna Weaver

Ohio

Louisiana

Reverse: "Louisiana Purchase"
Description: Depicts an image of Louisiana's state bird -- the pelican, a trumpet with musical notes, and the outline of the Louisiana Purchase territory, along with the inscription "Louisiana Purchase."

Engraver: John Mercanti
Louisiana

Indiana

Reverse: "Crossroads of America"
Description: Depicts the image of a racecar superimposed on an outline of the state with the inscription "Crossroads of America." The design also includes 19 stars signifying Indiana as the 19th state admitted into the Union.

Engraver: Donna Weaver

Indiana

Mississippi

Reverse: "The Magnolia State"
Description: Showcases the beauty and elegance of the state flower, combining the blossoms and leaves of two magnolias with the inscription "The Magnolia State."

Engraver: Donna Weaver

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Mississipi


Quarters Issued in 2001
 

New York

Reverse: "Gateway to Freedom"
Description: Features the Statue of Liberty, the state outline, the words, "Gateway to Freedom", and 11 stars representing the number of states when it entered the union.

Engraver: Alfred Maletsky

New York

North Carolina

Reverse: "First Flight"
Description: Features the First Flight in Kill Devil Hills, NC.

Engraver: John Mercanti

North Carolina

Rhode Island

Reverse: "Ocean State"
Description: Depicts a vintage sailboat gliding through Rhode Island's famous Narragansett Bay, and an image of the Pell Bridge in the background, with the design showcasing Rhode Island's most popular sport—sailing.

Engraver: Thomas D. Rodgers

Rhode Island

Vermont

Reverse: "Freedom & Unity"
Description: Depicts Camel's Hump Mountain with an image of maple trees with sap buckets in the forefront.

Engraver: T. James Ferrell

Vermont

Kentucky

Reverse: "My Old Kentucky Home"
Description: Depicts the stately mansion, Federal Hill, with an inscription that reads, "My Old Kentucky Home." A thoroughbred racehorse is positioned behind a fence in the foreground.

Engraver: T. James Ferrell

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Kentucky


Quarters Issued in 2000
 

Massachusetts

Reverse: "The Minuteman"
Description: Depicts a likeness of the celebrated Minuteman of the American Revolution against an outline of the state.

Engraver: Thomas D. Rodgers

Massachusetts.

Maryland

Reverse: "The Old Line State"
Description: Highlights the striking Maryland Statehouse surrounded by White Oak leaf clusters and the nickname "The Old Line State."

Engraver: Thomas D. Rodgers

Maryland.

South Carolina

Reverse: "The Palmetto State"
Description: Depicts the key state symbols- a Palmetto Tree, the Carolina Wren and the Yellow Jessamine. An outline of South Carolina, the nickname "The Palmetto State" and a star indicating the capital, Columbia.

Engraver: Thomas D. Rodgers

South Carolina.

New Hampshire

Reverse: "Live Free or Die/The Old Man of the Mountain"
Description: Depicts the rock formation, "The Old Man of the Mountain" and the state motto, "Live free or die".

Engraver: William Cousins

New Hampshire

Virginia

Reverse: "Jamestown 1607-2007, Quadricentennial"
Description: Features the three ships, Susan Constant, Godspeed, and Discovery. These ships brought the first English settlers to Jamestown.

Engraver: Edgar Z. Steever

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Virginia.


Quarters Issued in 1999
 

Delaware

Reverse: "The First State"
Description: Celebrates Caesar Rodney's historic horseback ride in 1776.

Engraver: William Cousins

Delaware

Pennsylvania

Reverse: "The Keystone State"
Description: Depicts the statue "Commonwealth," an outline of the state, the state motto, and a keystone.

Engraver: John Mercanti

Pennsylvania.

New Jersey

Obverse: "Crossroads of the Revolution"
Description: Depicts General George Washington crossing the Delaware River.

Engraver: Alfred Maletsky

New Jersey.

Georgia

Obverse: "Wisdom, Justice, Moderation"
Description: Features the peach, a silhouetted outline of the state, live oak sprigs, and the Georgia state motto, "Wisdom, Justice, Moderation.

Engraver: T. James Ferrell

Georgia.

Connecticut

Reverse: "The Charter Oak"
Description: Celebrates "The Charter Oak" tree, which proved to be a good hiding place for the state's original Constitution.

Engraver: T. James Ferrell

Connecticut.


George Washington Bicentennial Coin Reverse

Reverse: Features a Colonial drummer facing left, with a victory torch encircled by thirteen stars at the upper left.

Designer/EngraverReverse: Jack L. Ahr

George Washington Bicentennial Coinage


George Washington Quarter Reverse

Reverse: Features an eagle, wings spread, and standing on a shaft of arrows with two olive sprays beneath the eagle.

Designer/EngraverReverse: John Flanagan

  • Uncirculated: [PC: 692 KB] [Mac: 692 KB]
George Washington Quarter Reverse.



Roosevelt Dime

Obverse: depicts a portrait of Roosevelt
Reverse: a torch, an olive branch, and an oak branch.

Engraver: John Sinnock

Roosevelt Dime. Obverse depicts a portrait of Roosevelt. Reverse depicts a torch, an olive branch, and an oak branch.


"Return to Monticello" Nickel

Name of obverse:  "Jefferson, 1800"

Name of reverse:  "Monticello"

Obverse: bears a new image of President Thomas Jefferson based on the Rembrandt Peale painting of 1800
Reverse: restored 1938 design of President Jefferson's Virginia home of Monticello

Obverse Designer: Jamie Franki
Reverse Designer: Felix Schlag

Obverse Engraver: Donna Weaver
Reverse Engraver: Felix Schlag

Uncirculated
Obverse:  [Hi-Res Image : 1.65 MB]
Reverse:  [Hi-Res Image : 1.55 MB]

Proof
Obverse:  [Hi-Res Image : 1.04 MB]
Reverse:  [Hi-Res Image : 1.02 MB]


2006 Nickel


Westward Journey Nickel Series

2005 First Design: "American Bison" Nickel

Obverse: bears a new image of President Thomas Jefferson
Reverse: bears a side-view of an American bison, grazing.

Obverse Designer: Joe Fitzgerald
Reverse Designer: Jamie Franki

Obverse Engraver: Don Everhart
Reverse Engraver: Norman E. Nemeth

Obverse:  [Hi-Res Image : 181 KB]
Reverse:  [Hi-Res Image : 196 KB]

 

 

2005 First Design: "Grazing Buffalo" Nickel

2005 Second Design: "Ocean in View!" Nickel

Obverse: bears a new image of President Thomas Jefferson
Reverse: bears a design based on a photograph by Andrew E. Cier of Astoria, Oregon, of the western waters as they might have been first viewed by the Corps of Discovery in November, 1805

Obverse Designer: Joe Fitzgerald
Reverse Designer: Joe Fitzgerald

Obverse Engraver: Don Everhart
Reverse Engraver: Donna Weaver

Obverse:  [Hi-Res Image : 181 KB]
Reverse:  [Hi-Res Image : 210 KB]

 

 

2005 Second Design: "Ocean in View!" Nickel

2004 Fall Design: "Keelboat" Nickel

Obverse: bears the likeness of President Jefferson.
Reverse: an angled, side-view of the keelboat with full sail.

Engraver: Al Maletsky

Uncirculated
Obverse:  [Hi-Res Image : 470 KB]
Reverse:  [Hi-Res Image : 443 KB]

Proof
Obverse:  [Hi-Res Image : 1.4 MB]
Reverse:  [Hi-Res Image : 0.2 MB]

 

2004 Spring Design: "Keelboat Medal" Nickel Unicirculated
2004 Spring Design: "Keelboat Medal" Nickel Proof

2004 Spring Design: "Louisiana Purchase/Peace Medal" Nickel

Obverse: bears the likeness of President Jefferson.
Reverse: features a rendition of the original Jefferson Peace Medal.

Engraver: Norman E. Nemeth

Uncirculated
Obverse:  [Hi-Res Image : 470 KB]
Reverse:  [Hi-Res Image : 1.4 MB]

Proof
Obverse:  [Hi-Res Image : 1.4 MB]
Reverse:  [Hi-Res Image : 1.3 MB]

 

2004 Spring Design: "Louisiana Purchase/Peace Medal" Nickel Unicirculated
2004 Spring Design: "Louisiana Purchase/Peace Medal" Nickel Proof


Jefferson Nickel - Schlag Monticello Reverse

Obverse: profile of Thomas Jefferson
Reverse: Monticello, the President’s historic home near Charlottesville, Virginia.

Engraver: Felix Schlag

Jefferson Nickel. Obverse depicts profile of Thomas Jefferson. Reverse depicts Monticello, the President’s historic home near Charlottesville, Virginia.



Lincoln Cent - Memorial Reverse

Obverse: bears the likeness of President Lincoln
Reverse: depicts the Lincoln Memorial in celebration of the 150th anniversary of Lincoln's birth.

Engraver Obverse: Victor D. Brenner
Engraver ReversLincoln Cent - Memorial Reverse. Obverse bears the likeness of President Lincoln. Reverse depicts the Lincoln Memorial in celebration of the 150th anniversary of Lincoln's birth.e: Frank Gasparro


America the Beautiful Silver Coins


Issued in 2012

El Yunque National Forest

Reverse
Designer:  Gary Whitley
Engraver:  Michael Gaudioso
Description:  Depicts a Coqui tree frog sitting on a leaf and a Puerto Rican parrot behind an epiphyte plant with tropical flora in the background. Inscriptions are EL YUNQUE, PUERTO RICO, 2012 and E PLURIBUS UNUM.

Bullion
[High-Res Image : 1.2 MB]

El Yunque National Forest Obverse and Reverse

Chaco Culture National Historical Park

Reverse
Designer:  Donna Weaver
Engraver:  Phebe Hemphill
Description:  Illustrates a view to the west of two elevated kivas that are part of the Chetro Ketl Complex, the north wall of Chetro Ketl and the north wall of the canyon. Inscriptions are CHACO CULTURE, NEW MEXICO, 2012 and E PLURIBUS UNUM.

Bullion
[High-Res Image : 1.4 MB]

Chaco Culture National Historical Park Obverse and Reverse

Acadia National Park

Reverse
Designer:  Barbara Fox
Engraver:  Joseph Menna
Description:  Depicts a view of the Bass Harbor Head Lighthouse and Acadia's rough coastline. Inscriptions are ACADIA, MAINE, 2012 and E PLURIBUS UNUM.

Bullion
[High-Res Image : 1.2 MB]

Acadia National Park Obverse and Reverse

Hawai'i Volcanoes National Park

Reverse
Designer:  Charles L. Vickers
Engraver:  Charles L. Vickers
Description:  Depicts an eruption on the east rift of Kilauea Volcano. Inscriptions are HAWAI'I VOLCANOES, HAWAII, 2012 and E PLURIBUS UNUM.

Bullion
[High-Res Image : 1.3 MB]

Hawai'i Volcanoes National Park Obverse and Reverse

Denali National Park and Preserve

Reverse
Designer:  Susan Gamble
Engraver:  Jim Licaretz
Description:  Features a Dall sheep with Mount McKinley rising in the background. Inscriptions are DENALI, ALASKA, 2012 and E PLURIBUS UNUM.

Bullion
[High-Res Image : 1.2 MB]

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Denali National Park and Preserve Obverse and Reverse





Issued in 2011

Gettysburg National Military Park

Reverse
Designer:  Joel Iskowitz
Engraver:  Phebe Hemphill
Description:  Depicts the 72nd Pennsylvania Infantry Monument, which is located on the battle line of the Union Army at Cemetery Ridge. Inscriptions are GETTYSBURG, PENNSYLVANIA, 2011 and E PLURIBUS UNUM.

Bullion
[High-Res Image : 803 KB]

Gettysburg National Military Park Quarter Obverse and Reverse



Glacier National Park

Reverse
Designer:  Barbara Fox
Engraver:  Charles L. Vickers
Description:  Depicts a classic view of the northeast slope of Mount Reynolds towering in the distance, while a mountain goat climbs over the rocky slopes of the park's high country. Inscriptions are GLACIER, MONTANA, 2011 and E PLURIBUS UNUM.

Bullion
[High-Res Image : 800 KB]

Glacier National Park Quarter Obverse and Reverse



Olympic National Park

Reverse
Designer:  Susan Gamble
Engraver:  Michael Gaudioso
Description:  Depicts a Roosevelt elk standing on a gravel river bar of the Hoh River with a view of Mount Olympus in the background. Inscriptions are OLYMPIC, WASHINGTON, 2011 and E PLURIBUS UNUM.

Bullion
[High-Res Image : 800 KB]

Olympic National Park Quarter Obverse and Reverse



Vicksburg National Military Park

Reverse
Designer:  Thomas Cleveland
Engraver:  Joseph Menna
Description:  Depicts the U.S.S. Cairo on the Yazoo River as it would have been seen when it served the Union Navy during the Civil War. Inscriptions are VICKSBURG, MISSISSIPPI, 2011 and E PLURIBUS UNUM.

Bullion
[High-Res Image : 800 KB]

Vicksburg National Military Park Quarter Obverse and Reverse



Chickasaw National Recreation Area

Reverse
Designer:  Donna Weaver
Engraver:  Jim Licaretz
Description:  Depicts the Lincoln Bridge, built of limestone and dedicated in 1909 to celebrate the centennial of Abraham Lincoln's birth. Inscriptions are CHICKASAW, OKLAHOMA, 2011 and E PLURIBUS UNUM.

Bullion
[High-Res Image : 800 KB]

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Chickasaw National Recreation Area Quarter Obverse and Reverse





Issued in 2010

Hot Springs National Park

Reverse
Designer:  Don Everhart
Engraver:  Joseph Menna
Description:  Depicts the façade of the Hot Springs National Park headquarters building with a fountain in the foreground. Inscriptions are HOT SPRINGS, ARKANSAS, 2010 and E PLURIBUS UNUM.

Bullion
[High-Res Image : 438 KB]

Uncirculated
[High-Res Image : 854 KB]

Hot Springs National Park Quarter Obverse and Reverse



Yellowstone National Park

Reverse
Designer:  Don Everhart
Engraver:  Don Everhart
Description:  Features the Old Faithful geyser with a mature bull bison in the foreground. Inscriptions are YELLOWSTONE, WYOMING, 2010 and E PLURIBUS UNUM.

Bullion
[High-Res Image : 383 KB]

Uncirculated
[High-Res Image : 770 KB]

Yellowstone National Park Quarter Obverse and Reverse



Yosemite National Park

Reverse
Designer:  Joseph Menna
Engraver:  Phebe Hemphill
Description:  Depicts the iconic El Capitan, which rises more than 3,000 feet above the valley floor and is the largest monolith of granite in the world. Inscriptions are YOSEMITE, CALIFORNIA, 2010 and E PLURIBUS UNUM.

Bullion
[High-Res Image : 428 KB]

Uncirculated
[High-Res Image : 768 KB]

Yosemite National Park Quarter Obverse and Reverse



Grand Canyon National Park

Reverse
Designer:  Phebe Hemphill
Engraver:  Phebe Hemphill
Description:  Features a view of the granaries above the Nankoweap Delta in Marble Canyon near the Colorado River. Inscriptions are GRAND CANYON, ARIZONA, 2010 and E PLURIBUS UNUM.

Bullion
[High-Res Image : 410 KB]

Uncirculated
[High-Res Image : 783 KB]

Grand Canyon National Park Quarter Obverse and Reverse



Mount Hood National Forest

Reverse
Designer:  Phebe Hemphill
Engraver:  Phebe Hemphill
Description:  Depicts a view of Mount Hood with Lost Lake in the foreground. Inscriptions are MOUNT HOOD, OREGON, 2010 and E PLURIBUS UNUM.

Bullion
[High-Res Image : 393 KB]

Uncirculated
[High-Res Image : 776 KB]

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Mount Hood National Forest Quarter Obverse and Reverse




2009 Ultra High Relief Double Eagle Gold Coin

Year:  2009
Public Law:  31 U.S.C. § 5112(i)(4)
United States Mint Facility:  West Point, NY

Obverse
Designer:  Augustus Saint-Gaudens
Description:  Saint-Gaudens' Liberty, personified by a statuesque woman striding powerfully forward. Liberty is leading the way with a torch in her front hand and an olive branch in the back hand. The United States Capitol dome is also depicted in the background.

Reverse
Designer:  Augustus Saint-Gaudens
Description:  A young eagle flying during a sunrise is depicted on the reverse. The motto, "E PLURIBUS UNUM" is on the edge of the coin, allowing a cleaner design on the obverse and reverse.

Obverse [Hi-Res Image: 1.50 MB]
Reverse [Hi-Res Image: 1.56 MB]
Edge-Lettering [Hi-Res Image: 849 KB]

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2009 Ultra High Relief Double Eagle Gold Coin Obverse and Reverse




Platinum Proof Coins


2009 American Eagle Platinum Proof Coin

Year: 2009
Public Law: 104-208
U.S. Mint Facility: West Point, NY

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

Reverse
Designer: Susan Gamble
Engraver: Phebe Hemphill
Description: The design is emblematic of the principle To Form a More Perfect Union, the first of six principles of American democracy found in the Preamble to the United States Constitution.  It features four faces representing the diversity of our Nation with the clothing and hair weaving together to form a more perfect union.

Obverse [Hi-Res Image: 226 KB]
Reverse [Hi-Res Image: 227 KB]

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American Eagle Platinum Proof Coin.


2008 American Eagle Platinum Proof Coin

Year: 2008
Public Law: 104-208
U.S. Mint Facility: West Point, NY

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

Reverse
Designer: Joel Iskowitz
Engraver: Charles L. 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.

Obverse [Hi-Res Image: 226 KB]
Reverse [Hi-Res Image: 240 KB]

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American Eagle Platinum Proof Coin.


2007 American Eagle Platinum Proof Coin

Year: 2007
Public Law: 104-208
U.S. Mint Facility: West Point, NY

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

[Hi-Res Image: 1.3 MB]

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American Eagle Platinum Proof Coin.


2006 American Eagle Platinum Proof Coin

Year: 2006
Public Law: 104-208
U.S. Mint Facility: West Point

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

Reverse
Designer Joel Iskowitz
Engraver: Donna Weaver
Description: representing the Legislative Branch featuring a "Legislative Muse" looking away from the law she has just inscribed as if to examine and reconsider its durability and integrity over time. She is seated between the two bodies of Congress, the House of Representatives and the Senate, represented by Corinthian columns. Perched atop volumes of law and learning are two eagles.

[Hi-Res Image: 3.5MB]

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2006 American Eagle Platinum Proof Coin.


2005 American Eagle Platinum Proof Coin

Year: 2005
Public Law: 104-208
U.S. Mint Facility: West Point

Obverse
Engraver: John Mercanti
Description: Portrait of Liberty looking to the future.

Reverse
Engraver: Donna Weaver
Description: American bald eagle perched upon a heraldic shield surrounded by symbols that represents America’s strength and beauty.

[Hi-Res Image: 402 KB]

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2005 Platinum Bullion Coin.


2004 American Eagle Platinum Proof Coin

Year: 2004
Public Law: 104-208
U.S. Mint Facility: West Point

Obverse
Engraver: John Mercanti
Description: Portrait of Liberty looking to the future.

Reverse
Engraver: Donna Weaver
Description: Inspired by the Daniel Chester French sculpture titled "America" that sits before the U.S. Customs House in New York City.

[Hi-Res Image: 396 KB]

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2004 Platinum Bullion Coin.


2003 American Eagle Platinum Proof Coin (Vistas of Liberty)

Year: 2003
Public Law: 104-208
U.S. Mint Facility: West Point, NY

Obverse
Engraver: John Mercanti
Description: Portrait of Liberty looking to the future.

Reverse
Engraver: Al Maletsky
Description: Eagle perched on a Rocky Mountain pine branch, against a backdrop of the United States.

[Hi-Res Image: 384 KB]

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2003 Platinum Bullion Coin.


2002 American Eagle Platinum Proof Coin (Vistas of Liberty)

Year: 2002
Public Law: 104-208
U.S. Mint Facility: West Point, NY

Obverse
Engraver: John Mercanti
Description: Portrait of Liberty looking to the future.

Reverse
Engraver: Al Maletsky
Description: Swooping Eagle and a lake bordered by snowcapped mountains and trees.

[Hi-Res Image: 384 KB]

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2002 Platinum Bullion Coin.


2001 American Eagle Platinum Proof (Vistas of Liberty)

Year: 2001
Public Law: 104-208
U.S. Mint Facility: West Point, NY

Obverse
Engraver: John Mercanti
Description: Portrait of Liberty looking to the future.

Reverse
Engraver: Thomas D. Rodgers
Description: Eagle above America's Southwest; featuring the giant Saguaro cacti of the Southwest.

[Hi-Res Image: 304 KB]

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2001 Platinum Bullion Coin.


2000 American Eagle Platinum Proof (Vistas of Liberty)

Year: 2000
Public Law: 104-208
U.S. Mint Facility: West Point, NY

Obverse
Engraver: John Mercanti
Description: Portrait of Liberty looking to the future.

Reverse
Engraver: Al Maletsky
Description: Eagle flying above Midwestern field.

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2000 Platinum Bullion Coin.


1999 American Eagle Platinum Proof (Vistas of Liberty)

Year: 1999
Public Law: 104-208
U.S. Mint Facility: West Point, NY

Obverse
Engraver: John Mercanti
Description: Portrait of Liberty looking to the future.

Reverse
Engraver: Al Maletsky
Description: Eagle above Southeastern Wetlands flying above Alligator crawling from a primordial swamp.

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1999 Platinum Bullion Coin.


Gold Proof Coins

Year: 1986-Present
Public Law: 99-185
U.S. Mint Facility:Philadelphia, West Point (mint facility production is not the same for each year)

Obverse Designer: Augustus Saint Gaudens
Description: Modified design of Saint Gaudens’ U.S. $20 Gold Coin Design, "Standing Liberty".

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

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American Eagle Gold Proof Coin


Silver Proof Coins

Year: 1986-Present
Public Law: 99-61 (Liberty Coin Act)
U.S. Mint Facility: Various (Philadelphia, San Francisco, West Point) – (mint facility production is not the same for each year)
 Denver, Co (Uncirculated)

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

Reverse Engraver: John Mercanti
Description: Heraldic Eagle with Shield, symbolizing strength and endurance.

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American Eagle Silver Proof Coin


American Eagle Platinum Bullion Coins

Year: 1997-Present
Public Law: 99-61
U.S. Mint Facility: West Point, NY

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

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

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Obverse:[Hi-Res Image: 23 KB]
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American Eagle Platinum Bullion Coin.


American Eagle Gold Bullion Coins

Year: 1986-2008
Public Law: 99-185
U.S. Mint Facility: West Point, NY

Obverse Designer: Augustus Saint Gaudens
Description: Modified design of Saint Gaudens' U.S. $20 Gold Coin Design, "Standing Liberty".

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

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Obverse:[Hi-Res Image: 26 KB]
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American Eagle Gold Bullion Coin.


American Eagle Silver Bullion Coins

Year: 1986-2008
Public Law: 99-61
U.S. Mint Facility: West Point, NY

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

Reverse Engraver: John Mercanti
Description: Heraldic Eagle with Shield, symbolizing strength and endurance.

Download Hi-Res Images

Obverse:[Hi-Res Image: 22 KB]
Reverse:[Hi-Res Image: 22 KB]

American Eagle Silver 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 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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Obverse: [Hi-Res Image: 856 KB]
Reverse: [Hi-Res Image: 905 KB]

American Eagle Platinum Uncirculated Coin

American Eagle Gold Uncirculated Coin

Year:  1986-2008
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:  Mrs. Miley Frances Busiek
Description:  "Family of Eagles" motif, symbolizing family tradition and unity.

Download Hi-Res Images

Obverse: [Hi-Res Image: 1368 KB]
Reverse: [Hi-Res Image: 1324 KB]

American Eagle Gold Uncirculated Coin

American Eagle Silver Uncirculated Coin

Year:  2006-2008
Public Law:  99-61

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

Reverse:
Engraver:  John Mercanti
Description:  Heraldic Eagle with Shield, symbolizing strength and endurance.

Download Hi-Res Images

Obverse: [Hi-Res Image: 825 KB]
Reverse: [Hi-Res Image: 762 KB]

American Eagle Silver Uncirculated Coin

American Buffalo Program

American Buffalo Gold Bullion Coin

Year: First year of issue: 2006
U.S. Mint Facility: West Point
Public Law: 109-145; $1 Presidential 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.

Reverse
Engraver: James Earle Fraser
Description: Based on the original 1913 Buffalo nickel, Type 1, as designed by James Earle Fraser.

Bullion
Obverse:  [Hi-Res Image : 2.57 MB]
Reverse:  [Hi-Res Image : 2.54 MB]

 

American Buffalo Gold Bullion Coin


American Buffalo Gold Proof Coin

Year: First year of issue: 2006
U.S. Mint Facility: West Point
Public Law: 109-145; $1 Presidential 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.

Reverse
Engraver: James Earle Fraser
Description: Based on the original 1913 Buffalo nickel, Type 1, as designed by James Earle Fraser.

Proof
Obverse:  [Hi-Res Image : 2.72 MB]
Reverse:  [Hi-Res Image : 2.37 MB]

American Buffalo Gold Proof Coin


The 2011 United States Army Commemorative Coins

Year:  2011

Public Law:  110-450

Gold Obverse
Designer:  Joel Iskowitz
Engraver:  Phebe Hemphill
Description:  This design represents the U.S. Army's war service from the Revolutionary War through today, symbolizing its continuity of strength and readiness. It features, from left to right, Continental, Civil War, modern, World War II and World War I soldiers. Inscriptions are LIBERTY, 2011 and IN GOD WE TRUST.

Gold Reverse
Engraver:  Joseph Menna
Description:  This design is based on the official U.S. Army emblem and represents the unbroken history of loyalty and commitment to defend the Nation. It includes the inscription This We'll Defend, the motto of the U.S. Army. Additional inscriptions are DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY, E PLURIBUS UNUM, 1775, FIVE DOLLARS and UNITED STATES OF AMERICA.

Proof
Obverse:  [Hi-Res Image : 628 KB]
Reverse:  [Hi-Res Image : 585 KB]

Uncirculated
Obverse:  [Hi-Res Image : 597 KB]
Reverse:  [Hi-Res Image : 665 KB]

2011 United States Army Commemorative Gold Coin

Silver Obverse
Designer:  Richard Masters
Engraver:  Michael Gaudioso
Description:  This design depicts the busts of a male and female soldier, symbolizing worldwide deployment of the 21st century U.S. Army. The inscriptions are LIBERTY, IN GOD WE TRUST and 2011.

Silver Reverse
Designer:  Susan Gamble
Engraver:  Don Everhart
Description:  This design symbolizes the seven core values of the U.S. Army. It features an image of the Great Seal of the United States, worn on U.S. Army dress and service uniforms since the early 1800's. The inscriptions are UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, E PLURIBUS UNUM, U.S. ARMY, ONE DOLLAR and the seven core values: LOYALTY, DUTY, RESPECT, SELFLESS SERVICE, HONOR, INTEGRITY and PERSONAL COURAGE.

Proof
Obverse:  [Hi-Res Image : 628 KB]
Reverse:  [Hi-Res Image : 585 KB]

Uncirculated
Obverse:  [Hi-Res Image : 597 KB]
Reverse:  [Hi-Res Image : 665 KB]

2011 United States Army Commemorative Silver Coin

Clad Obverse
Designer:  Donna Weaver
Engraver:  Charles L. Vickers
Description:  This design represents significant contributions of the U.S. Army during peacetime and features a U.S. Army soldier surveying, two servicemen building a floodwall and a Redstone Army rocket used during early space exploration. The inscriptions are U.S. ARMY, SERVICE IN PEACE, IN GOD WE TRUST, 2011 and LIBERTY.

Clad Reverse
Designer:  Thomas Cleveland
Engraver:  Joseph Menna
Description:  This design symbolizes the U.S. Army as the first military service to defend the country and its key role in the Nation's internal development. It features an enlisted Continental soldier armed with a musket and 13 stars representing the original Colonies. The inscriptions are UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, FIRST IN SERVICE TO THE NATION, E PLURIBUS UNUM and HALF DOLLAR.

Proof
Obverse:  [Hi-Res Image : 628 KB]
Reverse:  [Hi-Res Image : 585 KB]

Uncirculated
Obverse:  [Hi-Res Image : 587 KB]
Reverse:  [Hi-Res Image : 665 KB]

2011 United States Army Commemorative Clad Coin

The 2011 Medal of Honor Commemorative Coins

Year:  2011

Public Law:  111-91

Gold Obverse
Designer:  Joseph Menna
Engraver:  Joseph Menna
Description:  Depicts the original Medal of Honor authorized by Congress in 1861 as the Navy's highest personal decoration.  The inscriptions are LIBERTY, 1861–2011, IN GOD WE TRUST and MEDAL OF HONOR.

Gold Reverse
Designer:  Joel Iskowitz
Engraver:  Michael Gaudioso
Description: The design features Minerva, based on the common central image on both the original Navy and Army Medals of Honor. Minerva, standing with a shield representing the Army and Navy in her right hand and the Union flag in her left hand, is flanked by a field artillery cannon and wheel of the Civil War era.  Inscriptions are UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, $5 and E PLURIBUS UNUM. The gold coin designs are emblematic of the heritage and legacy of the original Medal of Honor and the era in which it was first established.

Proof
Obverse:  [Hi-Res Image : 628 KB]
Reverse:  [Hi-Res Image : 585 KB]

Uncirculated
Obverse:  [Hi-Res Image : 597 KB]
Reverse:  [Hi-Res Image : 665 KB]

The 2011 Medal of Honor Commemorative Gold Coins

Silver Obverse
Designer:  Jim Licaretz
Engraver:  Jim Licaretz
Description:  Depicts the three current Army, Navy and Air Force Medals of Honor, left to right. The ribbon with field of stars in the center is the common feature of all three medals, reflecting the joint nature of modern era warfare and the fact that the Medal of Honor is the only U.S. military medal worn around the neck.  The inscriptions are LIBERTY, 1861–2011, IN GOD WE TRUST and MEDAL OF HONOR.

Silver Reverse
Designer:  Richard Masters
Engraver:  Phebe Hemphill
Description:  Depicts a contemporary Army infantry soldier carrying a wounded soldier to safety under enemy fire, reflecting the courage and self-sacrifice of all Medal of Honor recipients.  Inscriptions are UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, ONE DOLLAR and E PLURIBUS UNUM.  This image conveys the courage, selfless sacrifice and patriotism of Medal of Honor recipients, as well as the criteria established by Congress in 1963 requiring that all Medals of Honor be awarded.

Proof
Obverse:  [Hi-Res Image : 628 KB]
Reverse:  [Hi-Res Image : 585 KB]

Uncirculated
Obverse:  [Hi-Res Image : 597 KB]
Reverse:  [Hi-Res Image : 665 KB]

The 2011 Medal of Honor Commemorative Silver Coins

Boy Scouts of America Centennial Commemorative Coin

Year:  2010

Public Law:  110-363

Obverse
Designer:  Donna Weaver
Engraver:  Charles Vickers
Description:  The design depicts a Cub Scout in the foreground with a Boy Scout and female Venturer in the background saluting.  Inscriptions are CONTINUING THE JOURNEY, 1910, 2010, IN GOD WE TRUST and LIBERTY.

Reverse
Engraver:  Jim Licaretz
Description:  The design features the Boy Scouts of America's universal emblem.  Inscriptions are UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, BOY SCOUTS OF AMERICA, BE PREPARED, E PLURIBUS UNUM and ONE DOLLAR.

Proof
Obverse:  [Hi-Res Image : 628 KB]
Reverse:  [Hi-Res Image : 585 KB]

Uncirculated
Obverse:  [Hi-Res Image : 597 KB]
Reverse:  [Hi-Res Image : 665 KB]

2010 Boy Scouts of America Centennial Commemorative Proof Coin 2010 Boy Scouts of America Centennial Commemorative Uncirculated Coin

2010 American Veterans Disabled for Life Commemorative Coin Program

American Veterans Disabled for Life Commemorative Coin

Year:  2010

Public Law:  110-277

Obverse
Designer:  Don Everhart
Engraver:  Don Everhart
Description:  The design features an image of the legs and boots of three veterans that pays tribute to the service and sacrifice of our disabled veterans with the inscription, They Stood Up For Us.

Reverse
Designer:  Thomas Cleveland
Engraver:  Joseph Menna
Description:  The design features a forget-me-not flower at the base of a wreath wrapped in a ribbon that cradles and supports clusters of oak branches with the inscription, Take This Moment to Honor Our Disabled Defenders of Freedom.

Proof:
Obverse:  [Hi-Res Image : 628 KB]
Reverse:  [Hi-Res Image : 585 KB]

Uncirculated:
Obverse:  [Hi-Res Image : 597 KB]
Reverse:  [Hi-Res Image : 665 KB]

2010 American Veterans Disabled for Life Commemorative Coin Proof (Obverse and Reverse) 2010 American Veterans Disabled for Life Commemorative Coin Uncirculated (Obverse and Reverse)

2009 Louis Braille Bicentennial Silver Dollar Program

Louis Braille Bicentennial Silver Dollar

Year:  2009

Public Law:  109-247

Obverse
Designer:  Joel Iskowitz
Engraver:  Phebe Hemphill
Description:  An image of Louis Braille.

Reverse
Designer:  Susan Gamble
Engraver:  Joseph Menna
Description:  A child reading a book in Braille. The word Braille (in Braille code) is depicted in a tactile representation.

Proof
Obverse:  [Hi-Res Image : 879 KB]
Reverse:  [Hi-Res Image : 932 KB]

Uncirculated
Obverse:  [Hi-Res Image : 1.07 MB]
Reverse:  [Hi-Res Image : 1.10 MB]


2009 Louis Braille Bicentennial Silver Dollar Proof.
2009 Louis Braille Bicentennial Silver Dollar Uncirculated.


2009 Abraham Lincoln Commemorative Silver Dollar Program
 

2009 Abraham Lincoln Commemorative Silver Dollar Program

Year:  2009

Public Law:  109-285

Obverse
Designer:  Justin Kunz
Engraver:  Don Everhart
Description:  The obverse features an image of President Lincoln with the inscriptions LIBERTY, IN GOD WE TRUST and 2009.

Reverse
Designer:  Phebe Hemphill
Engraver:  Phebe Hemphill
Description:  The reverse features the last 43 words of the Gettysburg Address, encircled in a laurel wreath, a curling banner with Lincoln's signature, and the inscriptions UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, ONE DOLLAR and E PLURIBUS UNUM.

Proof
Obverse:  [Hi-Res Image : 953 KB]
Reverse:  [Hi-Res Image : 978 KB]

Uncirculated
Obverse:  [Hi-Res Image : 1.17 MB]
Reverse:  [Hi-Res Image : 1.19 MB]


2009 Abraham Lincoln Commemorative Silver Dollar Proof.
2009 Abraham Lincoln Commemorative Silver Dollar Uncirculated.





2008 Bald Eagle Commemorative Coin Program

Bald Eagle $5 Gold Coin

Year: 2008
Mintage (max.): 100,000
Public Law: 108-486

Obverse:
Designer: Susan Gamble
Sculptor: Phebe Hemphill
Description: Two young eaglets resting on a branch in their natural habitat.

Reverse:
Sculptor: Don Everhart
Description: The current Great Seal.

Proof
Obverse:  [Hi-Res Image : 730 KB]
Reverse:  [Hi-Res Image : 704 KB]

Uncirculated
Obverse:  [Hi-Res Image : 893 KB]
Reverse:  [Hi-Res Image : 901 KB]

 

 
 
Bald Eagle Proof $5 Gold Coin
Bald Eagle Uncirculated $5 Gold Coin

Bald Eagle Silver Dollar

Year: 2008
Mintage (max.): 500,000
Public Law: 108-486

Obverse:
Designer: Joel Iskowitz
Sculptor: Don Everhart
Description: A mature bald eagle soaring in flight.

Reverse:
Sculptor: Jim Licaretz
Description: The Great Seal from 1782-1841.

Proof
Obverse:  [Hi-Res Image : 869 KB]
Reverse:  [Hi-Res Image : 946 KB]

Uncirculated
Obverse:  [Hi-Res Image : 1.18 MB]
Reverse:  [Hi-Res Image : 1.20 MB]


 

 
 
Bald Eagle Proof Silver Dollar Coin
Bald Eagle Uncirculated Silver Dollar Coin

Bald Eagle Half-dollar

Year: 2008
Mintage (max.): 750,000
Public Law: 108-486

Obverse:
Designer: Susan Gamble
Sculptor: Joseph Menna
Description: Two baby eaglets settled in a nest with an unhatched egg.

Reverse:
Designer: Donna Weaver
Sculptor: Charles Vickers
Description: The famous eagle "Challenger" with the American flag in the background.

Proof
Obverse:  [Hi-Res Image : 793 KB]
Reverse:  [Hi-Res Image : 740 KB]

Uncirculated
Obverse:  [Hi-Res Image : 908 KB]
Reverse:  [Hi-Res Image : 871 KB]

 

 
 
Bald Eagle Proof Half-dollar Coin
Bald Eagle Uncirculated Half-dollar Coin


2007 Little Rock Central High School Desegregation Silver Dollar Program

Little Rock Central High School Desegregation Silver Dollar

Year: 2007
Mintage (max.): 500,000
Public Law: 109-146

Obverse
Designer: Richard Masters
Engraver: Charles Vickers
Description: A group of children walking to school, escorted by a United States soldier.

Reverse
Designer: Don Everhart
Engraver: Don Everhart
Description: Little Rock Central High School.

Line Art
Obverse:  [Hi-Res Image : 1.38 MB]
Reverse:  [Hi-Res Image : 1.23 MB]


 

 
 
2007 Little Rock Central High School Desegregation Silver Dollar Proof (line art)
2007 Little Rock Central High School Desegregation Silver Dollar Uncirculated (line art)


2007 Jamestown 400th Anniversary Program

Jamestown 400th Anniversary Silver Dollar

Year: 2007
Mintage (max.): 500,000
Public Law: 108-289

Obverse
Designer: Donna Weaver
Engraver: Don Everhart
Description: Three Faces of Diversity, representing the three cultures that came together in Jamestown.

Reverse
Designer: Susan Gamble
Engraver: Charles Vickers
Description: A depiction of the three ships that brought the first settlers to Jamestown in 1607.

Uncirculated
Obverse:  [Hi-Res Image : 1.79 MB]
Reverse:  [Hi-Res Image : 1.66 MB]

Proof
Obverse:  [Hi-Res Image : 1.73 MB]
Reverse:  [Hi-Res Image : 1.39 MB]



Jamestown 400th Anniversary $5 Gold Coin

Year: 2007
Mintage (max.): 100,000
Public Law: 108-289

Obverse
Designer: John Mercanti
Engraver: John Mercanti
Description: Capt. John Smith greeting an American Indian carrying a bag of corn.

Reverse
Designer: Susan Gamble
Engraver: Norm Nemeth
Description: A current rendering of Jamestown Memorial Church, the only original remaining structure in Jamestown.

Uncirculated
Obverse:  [Hi-Res Image : 3.17 MB]
Reverse:  [Hi-Res Image : 3.39 MB]

Proof
Obverse:  [Hi-Res Image : 2.26 MB]
Reverse:  [Hi-Res Image : 2.15 MB]


 

 
 
Jamestown 400th Anniversary Silver Dollar Proof
Jamestown 400th Anniversary Silver Dollar Uncirculated
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Jamestown 400th Anniversary $5 Gold Coin Proof
Jamestown 400th Anniversary $5 Gold Coin Uncirculated


2006 San Francisco Old Mint Program

San Francisco Old Mint Silver Dollar

Year: 2006
Mintage (max.): 500,000
U.S. Mint Facility: San Francisco
Public Law: 109-230

Obverse
Designer: Sherl J. Winter
Description: A rendition of the Old Mint originally prepared for the San Francisco Mint Medal.

Reverse
Designer: George T. Morgan
Description: A replica of the 1904 Morgan Silver Dollar eagle reverse.

Uncirculated
Obverse:  [Hi-Res Image : 1.97 MB]
Reverse:  [Hi-Res Image : 2.01 MB]

Proof
Obverse:  [Hi-Res Image : 1.47 MB]
Reverse:  [Hi-Res Image : 1.62 MB]


San Francisco Old Mint $5 Gold Coin

Year: 2006
Mintage (max.): 100,000
U.S. Mint Facility: San Francisco
Public Law: 109-230

Obverse
Designer: Charles Vickers
Engraver: Joseph Menna
Description: A rendition of the Old Mint modeled after the original construction drawing by architect A.B. Mullett.

Reverse
Designer: Christian Gobrecht
Description: A replica of the 1906 Half-Eagle Coronet eagle reverse.

Uncirculated
Obverse:  [Hi-Res Image : 2.78 MB]
Reverse:  [Hi-Res Image : 2.68 MB]

Proof
Obverse:  [Hi-Res Image : 2.27 MB]
Reverse:  [Hi-Res Image : 2.37 MB]

San Francisco Old Mint Uncirculated Silver Dollar San Francisco Old Mint Proof Silver Dollar
San Francisco Old Mint $5 Uncirculated Gold Coin San Francisco Old Mint $5 Proof Gold Coin


2006 Benjamin Franklin Program

Benjamin Franklin "Scientist" Silver Dollar

Year: 2006
Mintage (max.): 250,000 (across all "Scientist" options)
U.S. Mint Facility: Philadelphia
Public Law: 108-464

Obverse
Engraver: Norman E. Nemeth
Description: A representation of Benjamin Franklin’s famous kite experiment.

Reverse
Engraver: Charles L. Vickers
Description: Benjamin Franklin’s "Join, or Die" cartoon, published in the Pennsylvania Gazette on May 9, 1754.

Uncirculated
Obverse:  [Hi-Res Image : 1.75 MB]
Reverse:  [Hi-Res Image : 1.77 MB]

Proof
Obverse:  [Hi-Res Image : 1.10 MB]
Reverse:  [Hi-Res Image : 1.29 MB]


Benjamin Franklin "Founding Father" Silver Dollar

Year: 2006
Mintage (max.): 250,000 (across all "Founding Father" options)
U.S. Mint Facility: Philadelphia
Public Law: 108-464

Obverse
Engraver: Don Everhart
Description: An image of Benjamin Franklin

Reverse
Engraver: Donna Weaver
Description: Taken from a 1776 Continental Dollar, featuring designs originally created by Benjamin Franklin.

Uncirculated
Obverse:  [Hi-Res Image : 1.99 MB]
Reverse:  [Hi-Res Image : 2.02 MB]

Proof
Obverse:  [Hi-Res Image : 1.75 MB]
Reverse:  [Hi-Res Image : 1.91 MB]

 

Benjamin Franklin "Scientist" Silver Dollar Uncirculated Benjamin Franklin "Scientist" Silver Dollar Proof
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Benjamin Franklin "Founding Father" Silver Dollar Uncirculated Benjamin Franklin "Founding Father" Silver Dollar Proof


Chief Justice John Marshall

Silver Dollar

Year: 2005
Mintage (max.): 400,000
U.S. Mint Facility: Philadelphia
Public Law: 108-290

Obverse
Engraver: John Mercanti
Description: Profile of Chief Justice John Marshall.

Reverse
Engraver: Donna Weaver
Description: A view of the Old Supreme Court Chamber.

Uncirculated
Obverse:  [PC : 1.10 MB] [Macintosh : 1.10 MB]
Reverse:  [PC : 1.17 MB] [Macintosh : 1.17 MB]

Proof
Obverse:  [PC : 948 KB] [Macintosh : 948 KB]
Reverse:  [PC : 893 KB] [Macintosh : 893 KB]

Chief Justice John Marshall Silver Dollar: Uncirculated Chief Justice John Marshall Silver Dollar: Proof


2005 MARINE CORPS 230th Anniversary Silver Dollar

Silver Dollar

Year: 2005
Mintage (max.): 600,000

Based on independent market research provided by the recipient organization (the Marine Corps Heritage Foundation), the Secretary exercised his authority (for the first time) to increase the legislated maximum mintage (500,000) to 600,000.
U.S. Mint Facility: Philadelphia
Public Law: 108-291

Obverse
Engraver: Norman E. Nemeth
Description: Historic flag raising on Iwo Jima, Inscriptions: "Marines," "1775," "2005," "In God We Trust," "Liberty."

Reverse
Engraver: Charles L. Vickers
Description: Eagle, Globe and Anchor — the Marine Corps Emblem, thirteen stars. Inscriptions — "Semper Fidelis" (the Marine Corps Motto), "United States of America," "E Pluribus Unum," "One Dollar."

Uncirculated
Obverse:  [PC : 723 KB] [Macintosh : 723 KB]
Reverse:  [PC : 725 KB] [Macintosh : 725 KB]

Proof
Obverse:  [PC : 541 KB] [Macintosh : 541 KB]
Reverse:  [PC : 509 KB] [Macintosh : 509 KB]

2005 MARINE CORPS 230th Anniversary Silver Dollar: Uncirculated 2005 MARINE CORPS 230th Anniversary Silver Dollar: Proof


2004 Lewis & Clark Bicentennial Silver Dollar

Silver Dollar

Year: 2004
Mintage (max.): 500,000
U.S. Mint Facility: Philadelphia
Public Law: 106-126

Obverse
Engraver: Donna Weaver
Description: Captains Lewis and Clark on a stream bank planning another day of exploration.

Reverse
Engraver: Donna Weaver
Description: Two feathers, an image of the original Jefferson Peace Medal presented, surrounded by 17 stars representing the number of states in the Union in 1804.

Uncirculated
Obverse:  [Hi-Res Image : 476 KB]
Reverse:  [Hi-Res Image : 456 KB]

Proof
Obverse:  [Hi-Res Image : 378 KB]
Reverse:  [Hi-Res Image : 379 KB]

2004 Lewis & Clark Bicentennial Silver Dollar: Uncirculated 2004 Lewis & Clark Bicentennial Silver Dollar: Proof


2004 Thomas Alva Edison Commemorative Coin

Year: 2004
Mintage (max.): 500,000
Public Law: 105-331
U.S. Mint Facility: Philadelphia

Obverse
Engraver: Donna Weaver
Description: Portrait of the Thomas Edison holding an early experimental light bulb in his laboratory.

Reverse
Engraver: John Mercanti
Description: Rendering of Edison's first light bulb

[PC: 1.6 MB]

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Thomas Alva Edison Silver Dollar


2003 First Flight Centennial Coins

Gold $10

Year: 2003
Mintage (max.): 100,000
Public Law: 105-124
U.S. Mint Facility: West Point, NY

Obverse
Engraver: Donna Weaver
Description: Portrait of Orville and Wilbur Wright

Reverse
Engraver: Norman E. Nemeth
Description: An eagle in flight, above an image of the Wright 1903 Flyer, the first powered, heavier-than-air machine to achieve controlled, sustained flight with a pilot aboard.

Proof: [PC and Macintosh: 3.7 MB]
Uncirculated: [PC and Macintosh: 3.2 MB]

Silver Dollar

Year: 2003
Mintage (max.): 500,000
Public Law: 105-124
U.S. Mint Facility: Philadelphia, PA

Obverse
Engraver: T. James Ferrell
Description: Orville and Wilbur Wright in profile.

Reverse
Engraver: Norman E. Nemeth
Description: An image of the Wright 1903 Flyer, in flight above the dunes at Kill Devil Hill, near Kitty Hawk, NC.

Proof: [PC and Macintosh: 2.8 MB]
Uncirculated: [PC and Macintosh: 3.1 MB]

Clad Half Dollar

Year: 2003
Mintage (max.): 750,000
Public Law: 105-124
U.S. Mint Facility: Philadelphia, PA

Obverse
Engraver: John Mercanti
Description: Wright Monument, atop Kill Devil Hill near Kitty Hawk, NC.

Reverse
Engraver: Norman E. Nemeth
Description: An image of the Wright 1903 Flyer making its historic first flight, with Orville Wright aboard and his brother Wilbur on the ground beside the craft.

Proof: [PC and Macintosh: 2.1 MB]
Uncirculated: [PC and Macintosh: 2.8 MB]


 
 
 
First Flight Gold Proof Coin First Flight Gold Uncirculated Coin
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
First Flight Silver Proof Coin First Flight Silver Uncirculated Coin
 
 
 
 
 
 
First Flight Clad Proof Coin First Flight Clad Uncirculated Coin


2002 Olympic Winter Games Commemorative Coins

Gold Five Dollar

Year: 2002
Mintage (max.): 80,000
U.S. Mint Facility: West Point, NY (Proof/Uncirculated)
Public Law: 106-435

Obverse
Engraver: Donna Weaver
Description: Crystal Emblem superimposed on top of the Games' secondary identity mark entitled: "Rhythm of the Land."

Reverse
Engraver: Donna Weaver
Description: Olympic flame in relief atop a cauldron.


Uncirculated
Obverse: [ Macintosh : 3.1 MB] [ PC : 1.5 MB]
Reverse: [ Macintosh : 3.2 MB] [ PC : 1.4 MB]

Proof
Obverse: [Macintosh: 3.2 MB] [PC: 1.5 MB]
Reverse: [Macintosh: 3.3 MB] [PC: 1.1 MB]

Silver Dollar

Year: 2002
Mintage (max.): 400,000
U.S. Mint Facility: Philadelphia, PA (Proof/Uncirculated)
Public Law: 106-375

Obverse
Engraver: John Mercanti
Description: Crystal Emblem of the 2002 Olympic Winter Games, Olympic Rings, and the Games' secondary identity mark entitled: "Rhythm of the Land."

Reverse
Engraver: Donna Weaver
Description: Salt Lake City skyline with the Rocky Mountains in the background.

Uncirculated
Obverse: [Macintosh: 798 KB] [PC: 413 KB]
Reverse: [Macintosh: 817 KB] [PC: 428 KB]

Proof
Obverse: [Macintosh: 774 KB] [PC: 427 KB]
Reverse: [Macintosh: 798 KB] [PC: 413 KB]

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Gold Uncirculated 2002 Olympic Winter Games Commemorative Coin Gold Proof 2002 Olympic Winter Games Commemorative Coin Silver Uncirculated 2002 Olympic Winter Games Commemorative Coin Silver Proof 2002 Olympic Winter Games Commemorative Coin


2002 West Point Bicentennial Commemorative Coins

Year: 2002
Mintage (max.): 500,000
U.S. Mint Facility: West Point, NY (Proof/Uncirculated)
Public Law: 103-328

Obverse
Engraver: T. James Ferrell
Description: Depicts a cadet color guard in parade with the Military Academy's Washington Hall and Cadet Chapel in the background.

Reverse
Engraver: John Mercanti
Description: United States Military Academy Bicentennial logo.

Uncirculated
Obverse: [Macintosh: 798 KB] [PC: 618 KB]
Reverse: [Macintosh: 797 KB] [PC: 598 KB]

Proof
Obverse: [Macintosh: 803 KB] [PC: 627 KB]
Reverse: [Macintosh: 805 KB] [PC: 504 KB]

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Silver Uncirculated 2002 West Point Bicentennial Commemorative Coins Silver Proof 2002 West Point Bicentennial Commemorative Coins


2001 American Buffalo Commemorative Coins

Year: 2001
Mintage (max.): 500,000
U.S. Mint Facility: Philadelphia, PA (Proof) Denver, CO (Uncirculated)
Public Law: 106-375

Obverse
Designer: James Earle Fraser
Description: Profile of a Native American.
Reverse
Designer: James Earle Fraser
Description: Picture of an American Bison.

Uncirculated
Obverse: [Macintosh: 1 MB] [PC: 1.2 MB]
Reverse: [Macintosh: 1 MB] [PC: 1.2 MB]

Proof
Obverse: [Macintosh: 1 MB] [PC: 1.2 MB]
Reverse: [Macintosh: 1 MB] [PC: 1.2 MB]

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American Buffalo Commemorative Silver Dollar. American Buffalo Commemorative Silver Dollar.


2001 U.S. Capitol Visitor Center Commemorative Coins

Gold Five Dollar

Year: 2001
Mintage (max.): 100,000
U.S. Mint Facility: Philadelphia, PA (Proof/Uncirculated)
Public Law: 106-126

Obverse
Engraver: Elizabeth Jones
Description: Corinthian column.

Reverse
Engraver: Elizabeth Jones
Description: Image of the original Capitol building.

Uncirculated
Obverse: [Macintosh: 1 MB] [PC: 1.2 MB]
Reverse: [Macintosh: 1 MB] [PC: 1.2 MB]

Proof
Obverse: [Macintosh: 1 MB] [PC: 1.2 MB]
Reverse: [Macintosh: 1 MB] [PC: 1.2 MB]


Gold Five Dollar Coin
Gold Five Dollar Coin

Silver Dollar

Year: 2001
Mintage (max.): 500,000
U.S. Mint Facility: Philadelphia, PA (Proof/Uncirculated)
Public Law: 106-126

Obverse
Designer: Marika Somogyi
Description: Original Capitol superimposed on the image of today’s Capitol building.

Reverse
Engraver: John Mercanti
Description: Bald eagle cloaked in a banner inscribed "U.S. Capitol Visitor Center."

Uncirculated Obverse: [Macintosh: 1 MB] [PC: 1.2 MB]
Reverse: [Macintosh: 1 MB] [PC: 1.2 MB]

Proof
Obverse: [Macintosh: 1 MB] [PC: 1.2 MB]
Reverse: [Macintosh: 1 MB] [PC: 1.2 MB]

Dollar Silver Coin
Dollar Silver Coin

Half Dollar Clad

Year: 2001
Mintage (max.): 750,000
U.S. Mint Facility: West Point, NY (Proof/Uncirculated)
Public Law: 106-126

Obverse
Designer: Dean McMullen
Description: Original capitol building within an outline of the present day Capitol.

Reverse
Designers: Alex Shagin and Marcel Jovine
Description: 16 stars and the inscription "32 Senators; 106 House Members."

Uncirculated
Obverse: [Macintosh: 1 MB] [PC: 1.2 MB]
Reverse: [Macintosh: 1 MB] [PC: 1.2 MB]

Proof
Obverse: [Macintosh: 1 MB] [PC: 1.2 MB]
Reverse: [Macintosh: 1 MB] [PC: 1.2 MB]

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Half Dollar Clad
Half Dollar Clad


2000 Leif Ericson Commemorative Coins

U.S. Leif Ericson Silver Dollar

Year: 2000
Mintage (max.): 500,000
U.S. Mint Facility: Philadelphia, Pa (Proof/Uncirculated)
Public Law: 106-126

Obverse
Engraver: John Mercanti
Description: Portrait of Leif Ericson.

Reverse
Engraver: T. James Ferrell
Description: Ericson's ship under full sail.

Obverse: [Macintosh: 1 MB] [PC: 1.2 MB]
Reverse: [Macintosh: 1 MB] [PC: 1.2 MB]

U.S. Leif Ericson Silver Dollar.

Leif Ericson Silver Krónur, Icelandic Version

Year: 2000
Mintage (max.): 150,000
U.S. Mint Facility: Philadelphia, PA (Proof/Uncirculated)
Public Law: 106-126

Obverse
Designer: Throstur Magnusson
Description: Image of Stirling Calder’s sculpture of Leif Ericson.

Reverse
Designer: Throstur Magnusson
Description: An eagle, a dragon, a bull and the giant from the Icelandic Coat of Arms.

Obverse: [Macintosh: 1 MB] [PC: 1.2 MB]
Reverse: [Macintosh: 1 MB] [PC: 1.2 MB]

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Leif Ericson Silver Krónur, Icelandic Version.


2000 Library of Congress Commemorative Coin

Bi-Metallic Ten Dollar
Year: 2000
Mintage (max.): 500,000
U.S. Mint Facility: West Point, NY (Proof/Uncirculated)
Public Law: 105-268

Obverse
Engraver: John Mercanti
Description: Hand of Minerva raising the torch of learning over the dome of the Jefferson building.

Reverse
Engraver: Thomas D. Rogers
Description: The Library of Congress seal encircled by a laurel leaf.

Bi-Metallic Silver Dollar
Obverse
Engraver: Thomas D. Rodgers
Description: Depicts an open book superimposed over the torch of learning.

Reverse
Engraver: John Mercanti
Description: Architectural rendering of the dome on the Library of Congress' Jefferson building.

Obverse: [Macintosh: 1 MB] [PC: 1 MB]
Reverse: [Macintosh: 1.2 MB] [PC: 1.8 MB]

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Library of Congress Commemorative Coin.


1999 George Washington Commemorative Coin

Year: 1999
Mintage (max.): 100,000
U.S. Mint Facility: West Point, NY (Proof/Uncirculated)
Public Law: 104-329

Obverse
Designer: Laura Gardin Fraser
Description: Bust of President George Washington.

Reverse
Designer: Laura Gardin Fraser
Description: Heraldic Eagle with outspread wings.

Obverse: [Macintosh: 1 MB] [PC: 1 MB]
Reverse: [Macintosh: 1 MB] [PC: 1 MB]

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George Washington Commemorative Coin.


1999 Dolley Madison Commemorative Proof Coin

Year: 1999
Mintage (max.): 500,000
U.S. Mint Facility: Philadelphia, PA (Proof/Uncirculated)
Public Law: 104-329

-Obverse-
Engraver: T. James Ferrell
Description: Dolley Madison.

-Reverse-
Engraver: Thomas D. Rogers
Description: Image of Montpelier, willow trees and foliage.

Obverse: [Macintosh: 5.9 MB] [PC: 2.1 MB]
Reverse: [Macintosh: 5.9 MB] [PC: 2.0 MB]

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Dolley Madison Commemorative Proof Coin.



1999 Susan B. Anthony Dollar Coin

Obverse: depicts the likeness of Susan B. Anthony
Reverse: depicts an American eagle landing on the Moon, a design similar to the Eisenhower dollar, appears on the reverse.

Engraver: Frank Gasparro

Uncirculated:
Obverse:[Hi-Res Image: 3.33 MB]
Reverse:[Hi-Res Image: 3.04 MB]
Susan B. Anthony Dollar Coin. Obverse depicts the likeness of Susan B. Anthony. Reverse depicts an American eagle landing on the Moon, a design similar to the Eisenhower dollar, appears on the reverse.


1999 Yellowstone National Park Coins

Year: 1999
Mintage (max.): 500,000
Public Law: 104-329
U.S. Mint Facility: Philadelphia, PA (Proof/Uncirculated)

Obverse
Engraver: Edgar Z. Steever
Description: Spouting geyser with the park's tree-lined landscape in the background.

Reverse
Engraver: William C. Cousins
Description: American buffalo on the plains, with a brilliant sun rising above the mountains in the background.

[PC: 3.2 MB]

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Yellowstone National Park


1998 Robert F. Kennedy Dollar

Two-coin set (Robert F. Kennedy Silver Dollar and John F. Kennedy Silver Half Dollar)

Year: 1998
Mintage (max.): 500,000
Public Law: 103-328
U.S. Mint Facility: San Francisco, CA (Proof/Uncirculated)

Obverse
Engraver: Thomas D. Rogers
Description: Portrait of Robert F. Kennedy

Reverse
Engraver: Thomas D. Rogers
Description: The Seal of the Department of Justice and the Seal of the United States Senate.

[PC: 0.9 MB]

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Robert F. Kennedy Dollar


1998 Black Revolutionary War Patriots Silver Dollar

Year: 1998
Mintage (max.): 500,000
Public Law: 104-329
U.S. Mint Facility: San Francisco, CA (Proof/Uncirculated)

Obverse
Engraver: John Mercanti
Description: Portrait of Crispus Attucks.

Reverse
Engraver: Ed Dwight
Description: Portrait of the proposed Black Patriots Memorial.

[PC: 5.7 MB]

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Black Revolutionary War Patriots Silver Dollar


1997 Law Enforcement Commemorative Coin

Year: 1997
Mintage (max.): 500,000
Public Law: 104-329
U.S. Mint Facility: Philadelphia, PA (Proof/Uncirculated)

Obverse
Engraver: Alfred Maletsky
Description: United States Park Police officers Robert Chelsey and Kelcy Stefansson making a rubbing of a fellow officer’s name.

Reverse
Engraver: Alfred Maletsky
Description: Emblem of the National Law Enforcement Memorial

Obverse: [Macintosh: 1.4 MB] [PC: 1.4 MB]
Reverse: [Macintosh: 0.8 MB] [PC: 0.8 MB]

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Law Enforcement Commemorative Coin.


1997 Franklin Delano Roosevelt Gold $5

Year: 1996
Mintage (max.): 100,000
Public Law: 104-329
U.S. Mint Facility: West Point, NY

Obverse
Engraver: T. James Ferrell
Description: Portrait of President Roosevelt.

Reverse
Designer: James Peed
Engraver: Thomas D. Rogers
Description: Presidential seal displayed at FDR’s 1933 inaugural.

[PC: 11.4 MB]

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Franklin Delano Roosevelt Gold $5


1997 Jackie Robinson Commemorative Coins

Gold $5 Dollar

Year: 1997
Mintage (max.): 100,000
Public Law: 104-329
U.S. Mint Facility: West Point, NY (Proof/Uncirculated)

Obverse
Engraver: William C. Cousins
Description: Portrait of Jackie Robinson

Reverse
Engraver: James Peed
Description: Inscription "Legacy of Courage.”

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1997 Botanic Garden Dollar

Year: 1997
Mintage (max.): 500,000
Public Law: 103-328
U.S. Mint Facility: Philadelphia, PA (Proof/Uncirculated)

Obverse
Engraver: Edgar Z. Steever
Description: Multi-arched French façade of the U.S. Botanic Garden.

Reverse
Engraver: William C. Cousins
Description: Features a rose garland beneath a Rose

[PC: 6.2 MB]

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Botanic Garden Dollar


1996 Smithsonian 150th Anniversary Coins

Smithsonian 150th Anniversary Gold $5

Year: 1996
Mintage (max.): 100,000
Public Law: 104-196
U.S. Mint Facility: West Point, NY (Proof/Uncirculated)

Obverse
Engraver: Al Maletsky
Description: Picture of James Smithson

Reverse
Engraver: T. James Ferrell
Description: Smithsonian starburst symbol

[PC: 2.9 MB]

Smithsonian 150th Anniversary Gold $5

Smithsonian 150th Anniversary Silver Dollar

Year: 1996
Mintage (max.): 650,000
Public Law: 104-196
U.S. Mint Facility: Philadelphia, PA (Proof); Denver, CO (Uncirculated)

Obverse
Engraver: Thomas D. Rodgers
Description: Smithsonian Institution known as the Castle.

Reverse
Engraver: John Mercanti
Description: Allegorical figure atop the world.

[PC: 0.9 MB]

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Smithsonian 150th Anniversary Silver Dollar


1996 National Community Service Silver Dollar

Year: 1996
Mintage (max.): 500,000
Public Law: 103-328
U.S. Mint Facility: San Francisco, CA (Proof/Uncirculated)

Obverse
Engraver: Thomas D. Rogers
Description: Standing figure of Liberty.

Reverse
Engraver: William C. Cousins
Description: Inscribed with "Service for America" at center, encircled by a laurel wreath.

[PC: 17.2 MB]

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National Community Service Dollar


1995 Special Olympics World Games Silver Dollar

Year: 1995
Mintage (max.): 800,000
Public Law: 103-328
U.S. Mint Facility: Philadelphia, PA (Proof); West Point, NY (Uncirculated)

Obverse
Engraver: T. James Ferrell
Description: Portrait of Special Olympics founder Eunice Kennedy Shriver.

Reverse
Engraver: Thomas D. Rogers
Description: Special Olympics Medal, a rose and quote.

[PC: 0.8 MB]

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Special Olympics World Games Silver Dollar


1995 Civil War Battlefield Commemorative Coins

Civil War Battlefield Gold $5

Year: 1995
Mintage (max.): 300,000
Public Law: 102-379
U.S. Mint Facility: West Point, NY (Proof/Uncirculated)

Obverse
Engraver: Don Troiani
Description: Civil War bugler on horseback sounding a call to the troops.

Reverse
Engraver: Alfred Maletsky
Description: Image of a bald eagle, symbol of American strength.

[PC: 3.2 MB]

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Civil War Battlefield Gold $5


Civil War Battlefield Silver Dollar

Year: 1995
Mintage (max.): 1,000,000
Public Law: 102-379
U.S. Mint Facility: San Francisco, CA (Proof)
Philadelphia, PA (Uncirculated)

Obverse
Engraver: Don Troiani
Description: Infantryman raising a canteen to the lips of a wounded foe.

Reverse
Engraver: John Mercanti
Description: Quotation from Joshua Chamberlain, a Gettysburg hero

[PC: 7.8 MB]

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Platinum Bullion Coin.


Civil War Battlefield Half Dollar

Year: 1995
Mintage (max.): 2,000,000
Public Law: 102-379
U.S. Mint Facility: San Francisco, CA (Proof/uncirculated)

Obverse
Engraver: Don Troiani
Description: Tribute to the Civil War drummer boys.

Reverse
Engraver: T. James Ferrell
Description: Battlefield scene with the inscription “Enriching Our Future By Preserving Our Past.”

[PC: 6.4 MB]

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Civil War Battlefield Half Dollar

Silver One Dollar

Year: 1997
Mintage (max.): 200,000
Public Law: 104-329
U.S. Mint Facility: San Francisco, CA (Proof/Uncirculated)

Obverse
Engraver: Alfred Maletsky
Description: Jackie Robinson stealing home plate during the 1955 World Series.

Reverse
Engraver: T. James Ferrell
Description: 50th anniversary logo of the Jackie Robinson Foundation surrounded by "Rookie of the Year 1947," and "Hall of Fame 1962."

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1995-1996 Centennial Olympics Coins

1995 Centennial Olympics (Cycling) Silver Dollar

Year: 1995
Mintage (max.): 750,000
Public Law: 102-390
U.S. Mint Facility: West Point, NY and Philadelphia, PA (Proof/Uncirculated)

Obverse
Engraver: John Mercanti
Description: Men cycling.

Reverse
Designer: William Krawczewics
Description: Clasped hands symbolizing brotherhood and team spirit.

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1995 Centennial Olympics (Track & Field) Silver Dollar

Year: 1995
Mintage (max.): 750,000
Public Law: 102-390
U.S. Mint Facility: Philadelphia, PA (Proof) Denver, CO (Uncirculated)

Obverse
Engraver: John Mercanti
Description: Men’s track and field competition.

Reverse
Designer: William Krawczewics
Description: Clasped hands symbolizing brotherhood and team spirit.

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1995 Centennial Olympics (Paralympics) Silver Dollar

Year: 1995
Mintage (max.): 750,000
Public Law: 102-390
U.S. Mint Facility: Philadelphia, PA (Proof) Denver, CO (Uncirculated)

Obverse
Designer: James Sharpe
Description: Blind tethered runner and the Paralympic mark.

Reverse
Designer: William Krawczewics
Description: Clasped hands symbolizing brotherhood and team spirit.

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1995 Centennial Olympics (Gymnastics) Silver Dollar

Year: 1995
Mintage (max.): 750,000
Public Law: 102-390
U.S. Mint Facility: Philadelphia, PA (Proof) Denver, CO (Uncirculated)

Obverse
Designer: James Sharpe
Description: Men’s gymnastics.

Reverse
Designer: William Krawczewics
Description: Clasped hands symbolizing brotherhood and team spirit.

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1995 Centennial Olympics (Baseball) Half Dollar

Year: 1995
Mintage (max.): 2,000,000
Public Law: 102-390
U.S. Mint Facility: San Francisco, CA (Proof/Uncirculated)

Obverse
Engraver: Edgar Z. Steever
Description: Men’s baseball.

Reverse
Engraver: T. James Ferrell
Description: The Atlanta Committee for the Olympic Games mark superimposed over a globe.

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1995 Centennial Olympics (Torch Runner) Gold $5

Year: 1995
Mintage (max.): 175,000
Public Law: 102-390
U.S. Mint Facility: West Point, NY (Proof/Uncirculated)

Obverse
Engraver: Frank Gasparro
Description: Runner carrying torch.

Reverse
Engraver: Frank Gasparro
Description: Side view of a bald eagle with a banner in its beak.

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1995 Centennial Olympics (Stadium) Gold $5

Year: 1995
Mintage (max.): 175,000
Public Law: 102-390
U.S. Mint Facility: West Point, NY (Proof/Uncirculated)

Obverse
Sculptor-Engraver: Marcel Jovine
Description: Picture of the Olympic Stadium.

Reverse
Engraver: Frank Gasparro
Description: Side view of a bald eagle with a banner in its beak.

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1995 Centennial Olympics (Basketball) Half Dollar

Year: 1995
Mintage (max.): 2,000,000
Public Law: 102-390
U.S. Mint Facility: San Francisco, CA (Proof/Uncirculated)

Obverse
Designer: Clint Hansen
Description: Men’s basketball.

Reverse
Engraver: T. James Ferrell
Description: The Atlanta Committee for the Olympic Games mark superimposed over a globe.

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1996 Centennial Olympics (Cauldron) Gold $5

Year: 1996
Mintage (max.): 300,000
Public Law: 102-390
U.S. Mint Facility: West Point, NY (Proof/Uncirculated)

Obverse
Engraver: Frank Gasparro
Description: The lighting of the Olympic flame.

Reverse
Designer: William Krawczewicz
Description: The Atlanta Committee for the Olympic Games mark, encompassed by laurel leaves.

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1996 Centennial Olympics (Flag Bearer) Gold $5

Year: 1996
Mintage (max.): 300,000
Public Law: 102-390
U.S. Mint Facility: West Point, NY (Proof/Uncirculated)

Obverse
Sculptor-Engraver: Patricia L. Verani
Description: Athlete bearing a flag and a following crowd.

Reverse
Designer: William Krawczewicz
Description: The Atlanta Committee for the Olympic Games mark, encompassed by laurel leaves.

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1996 Centennial Olympics (High Jump) Silver Dollar

Year: 1996
Mintage (max.): 1,000,000
Public Law: 102-390
U.S. Mint Facility: Philadelphia, PA (Proof) Denver, CO (Uncirculated)

Obverse
Designer: Calvin Massey
Description: Athlete performing the "Fosbury Flop."

Reverse
Engraver: Thomas D. Rogers
Description: The Atlanta Committee for the Olympic Games mark with a torch and flame.

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1996 Centennial Olympics (Rowing) Silver Dollar

Year: 1996
Mintage (max.): 1,000,000
Public Law: 102-390
U.S. Mint Facility: Philadelphia, PA (Proof) Denver, CO (Uncirculated)

Obverse
Designer: Bart Forbes
Description: Men rowing.

Reverse
Engraver: Thomas D. Rogers
Description: The Atlanta Committee for the Olympic Games mark with a torch and flame.

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1996 Centennial Olympics (Rowing) Silver Dollar

1996 Centennial Olympics (Tennis) Dollar

Year: 1996
Mintage (max.): 1,000,000
Public Law: 102-390
U.S. Mint Facility: Philadelphia, PA (Proof) Denver, CO (Uncirculated)

Obverse
Designer: James Sharpe
Description: Women playing tennis.

Reverse
Engraver: Thomas D. Rogers
Description: The Atlanta Committee for the Olympic Games mark with a torch and flame.

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1996 Centennial Olympics (Soccer) Half Dollar

Year: 1996
Mintage (max.): 3,000,000
Public Law: 102-390
U.S. Mint Facility: San Francisco, CA (Proof/Uncirculated)

Obverse
Designer: Clint Hansen
Description: Women playing soccer.

Reverse
Designer: Malcolm Farley
Description: Atlanta Committee for the Olympic Games mark with a Flame, Torch, Rings, a Greek column and a “100” to mark the Centennial of the Modern Olympic Games.

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1996 Centennial Olympics (Soccer) Half Dollar

1996 Centennial Olympics (Swimming) Half Dollar

Year: 1996
Mintage (max.): 3,000,000
Public Law: 102-390
U.S. Mint Facility: San Francisco, CA (Proof/Uncirculated)

Obverse
Designer: William Krawczewicz
Description: Male Swimmer

Reverse
Designer: Malcolm Farley
Description: The Atlanta Committee for the Olympic Games mark with a number of key symbols of the Olympic Games: Flame, Torch, Rings, a Greek column and a "100" to mark the Centennial of the Modern Olympic Games.

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1996 Centennial Olympics (Paralympics) Dollar

Year: 1996
Mintage (max.): 1,000,000
Public Law: 102-390
U.S. Mint Facility: Philadelphia, PA (Proof), Denver, CO (Uncirculated)

Obverse
Designer: James Sharpe
Description: Wheelchair athlete competing in a track and field event.

Reverse
Engraver: Thomas D. Rogers
Description: Mark of The Atlanta Committee for the Olympic with a torch and flame.

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1996 Centennial Olympics (Paralympics) Dollar


1994 Bicentennial of the U.S. Capitol Silver Dollar

Year: 1994
Mintage (max.): 500,000
Public Law: 103-186
U.S. Mint Facility: San Francisco, CA (Proof), Denver, CO (Uncirculated)

Obverse
Engraver: William C. Cousins
Description: View of the Capitol dome.

Reverse
Engraver: John Mercanti
Description: An eagle, a shield and American flags.

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1994 Bicentennial of the U.S. Capitol Silver Dollar


1994 Women in Military Service for America Memorial Silver Dollar

Year: 1994
Mintage (max.): 500,000
Public Law: 103-186
U.S. Mint Facility: Philadelphia, PA (Proof), West Point, NY (Uncirculated)

Obverse
Engraver: T. James Ferrell
Description: Servicewomen representing the five branches of the United States military.

Reverse
Engraver: Thomas D. Rogers
Description: Approved design of the Women In Military Service for America Memorial.

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1994 Women in Military Service for America Memorial Silver Dollar


1994 Vietnam War Memorial Silver Dollar

Year: 1994
Mintage (max.): 500,000
Public Law: 103-186
U.S. Mint Facility: Philadelphia, PA (Proof), West Point, NY (Uncirculated)

Obverse
Engraver: John Mercanti
Description: Outstretched hand touching a name on the Vietnam Veterans Memorial.

Reverse
Engraver: Thomas D. Rogers
Description: Three medals awarded during the Vietnam War.

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1994 Vietnam War Memorial Silver Dollar


1994 U.S. Prisoner of War Silver Dollar

Year: 1994
Mintage (max.): 500,000
Public Law: 103-186
U.S. Mint Facility: Philadelphia, PA (Proof), West Point, NY (Uncirculated)

Obverse
Designer: Tom Nielsen
Engraver: Alfred Maletsky
Description: A chained eagle breaks free through a ring to represent "Freedom."

Reverse
Engraver: Edgar Z. Steever
Description: Proposed design for the National Prisoner of War Museum.

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1994 U.S. Prisoner of War Silver Dollar


1994 Thomas Jefferson 250th Anniversary Silver Dollar (Dated 1993)

Year: 1994
Mintage (max.): 600,000
Public Law: 103-186
U.S. Mint Facility: San Francisco, CA (Proof), Philadelphia, PA (Uncirculated)

Obverse
Engraver: T. James Ferrell
Description: Portrait of Thomas Jefferson.

Reverse
Engraver: T. James Ferrell
Description: Monticello elevation drawing.

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1994 Thomas Jefferson 250th Anniversary Silver Dollar (Dated 1993)


1994 World Cup USA Commemorative Coins

World Cup Tournament Gold $5

Year: 1994
Mintage (max.): 750,000
Public Law: 102-281
U.S. Mint Facility: West Point, NY (Proof/Uncirculated)

Obverse
Designer: William J. Krawczewics
Description: World Cup Trophy.

Reverse
Designer: Dean McMullen
Description: 1994 World Cup USA logo.

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World Cup Tournament Gold $5

World Cup Tournament Silver Dollar

Year: 1994
Mintage (max.): 5,000,000
Public Law: 102-281
U.S. Mint Facility: San Francisco, CA (Proof), Denver, CO (Uncirculated)

Obverse
Designer: Dean McMullen
Description: Two competing players converging on a soccer ball.

Reverse
Engraver/Designer: Dean McMullen
Description: 1994 World Cup USA logo.

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World Cup Tournament Silver Dollar

World Cup Tournament Half Dollar

Year: 1994
Mintage (max.): 5,000,000
Public Law: 102-281
U.S. Mint Facility: Philadelphia, PA (Proof), Denver, Co (Uncirculated)

Obverse
Designer: Richard T. LaRoche
Description: Soccer player in action.

Reverse
Designer: Dean McMullen
Description: 1994 World Cup USA logo.

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World Cup Tournament Half Dollar


1993 World War II 50th Anniversary Commemorative Coins

(1991-1995) World War II 50th Anniversary Gold $5

Year: 1991-1995
Mintage (max.): 300,000
Public Law: 102-414
U.S. Mint Facility: West Point, NY (Proof/Uncirculated)

Obverse
Designer: Charles J. Madison
Description: American serviceman celebrating victory.

Reverse
Designer: Edward Southworth Fisher
Description: "V" for Victory in center with Morse code for the letter superimposed.

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(1991-1995) World War II 50th Anniversary Gold $5

(1991-1995) World War II 50th Anniversary Silver Dollar

Year: 1991-1995
Mintage (max.): 1,000,000
Public Law: 102-414
U.S. Mint Facility: West Point, NY (Proof), Denver, CO (Uncirculated)

Obverse
Engraver: Thomas D. Rogers
Description: American soldier on the beach at Normandy.

Reverse
Engraver: Thomas D. Rogers
Description: Shoulder sleeve insignia of Supreme Headquarters Allied Expeditionary Force with Eisenhower quote.

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(1991-1995) World War II 50th Anniversary Silver Dollar

(1991-1995) World War II 50th Anniversary Half Dollar

Year: 1993
Mintage (max.): 2,000,000
Public Law: 102-414
U.S. Mint Facility: Philadelphia, PA (Proof/Uncirculated)

Obverse
Designer: George Klauba
Description: Faces of three United States service personnel superimposed upon the "V" for Victory symbol.

Reverse
Designer: Bill J. Leftwich
Description: Pacific island battle scene.

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1993 Bill of Rights Commemorative Coins

Bill of Rights Gold $5

Year: 1993
Mintage (max.): 300,000
Public Law: 102-281
U.S. Mint Facility: West Point, NY (Proof/Uncirculated)

Obverse
Designer: Scott R. Blazek
Description: Madison studying the Bill of Rights.

Reverse
Designer: Joseph D. Peña
Description: Madison quote, an eagle, torch, and laurel branch.

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Bill of Rights Gold $5

Bill of Rights Dollar

Year: 1993
Mintage (max.): 900,000
Public Law: 102-281
U.S. Mint Facility: San Francisco, CA (Proof), Denver, Co (Uncirculated)

Obverse
Designer: William Krawczewics
Description: Portrait of James Madison with "Liberty" and "In God We Trust" inscribed below.

Reverse
Designer: Dean McMullen
Description: Montpelier, home of James and Dolley Madison.

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Bill of Rights Dollar

Bill of Rights Half Dollar

Year: 1993
Mintage (max.): 1,000,000
Public Law: 102-281
U.S. Mint Facility: San Francisco, CA (Proof), West Point, NY (Uncirculated)

Obverse
Engraver: T. James Ferrell
Description: James Madison penning the Bill of Rights, Montpelier in the background, and surrounding inscriptions.

Reverse
Designer: Dean McMullen
Description: Torch of freedom, with inscriptions, "The Bill of Rights" and "Our Basic Freedoms."

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Bill of Rights Half Dollar


1992 Christopher Columbus Quincentenary Coins

Christopher Columbus Quincentenary Gold $5

Year: 1992
Mintage (max.): 500,000
Public Law: 102-281
U.S. Mint Facility: West Point, NY (Uncirculated)

Obverse
Engraver: T. James Ferrell
Description: Portrait of Christopher Columbus facing a map of the new world.

Reverse
Engraver: Thomas D. Rogers
Description: Crest of the Admiral of the Ocean Sea.

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Christopher Columbus Quincentenary Gold $5

Christopher Columbus Quincentenary Silver Dollar

Year: 1992
Mintage (max.): 4,000,000
Public Law: 102-281
U.S. Mint Facility: Philadelphia, PA (Proof), Denver, CO (Uncirculated)

Obverse
Engraver: John Mercanti
Description: Full-length portrait of Christopher Columbus beside a globe with ships above.

Reverse
Engraver: Thomas D. Rogers
Description: Split image of the Santa Maria and the U.S. Space Shuttle Discovery.

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Christopher Columbus Quincentenary Silver Dollar

Christopher Columbus Quincentenary Half -Dollar

Year: 1992
Mintage (max.): 6,000,000
Public Law: 102-281
U.S. Mint Facility: San Francisco, CA (Proof), Denver, CO (Uncirculated)

Obverse
Engraver: T. James Ferrell
Description: Columbus landing in the New World.

Reverse
Engraver: Thomas D. Rogers
Description: Columbus and his three ships.

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Christopher Columbus Quincentenary Half -Dollar


1992 White House 200th Anniversary Silver Dollar

Year: 1992
Mintage (max.): 500,000
Public Law: 102-281
U.S. Mint Facility: West Point, NY (Proof), Denver, Co (Uncirculated)

Obverse
Engraver: Edgar Z. Steever
Description: North portico of the White House.

Reverse
Sculptor-Engraver: Chester Y. Martin
Description: Bust of James Hoban, the original architect of the White House, and the main entrance he designed.

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1992 U.S. Olympic Coins

Olympics (France and Spain) Gold $5

Year: 1992
Mintage (max.): 500,000
Public Law: 101-406
U.S. Mint Facility: West Point, NY (Proof/Uncirculated)

Obverse
Designer: James Sharpe
Engraver: T. James Ferrell
Description: Sprinter in a burst of speed.

Reverse
Designer: James Peed
Description: The Olympic Rings and the American Bald Eagle.

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Olympics (France and Spain) Gold $5

Olympics (France and Spain) Silver Dollar

Year: 1992
Mintage (max.): 4,000,000
Public Law: 101-406
U.S. Mint Facility: San Francisco, CA (Proof), Denver, CO (Uncirculated)

Obverse
Designer: John R.Deecken
Description: Pitcher firing a ball to home plate.

Reverse
Sculptor-Engraver: Marcel Jovine
Description: Olympic rings, olive branches, stars and stripes, and a bold "USA."

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Olympics (France and Spain) Silver Dollar

Olympics (France and Spain) Half Dollar

Year: 1992
Mintage (max.): 600,000,000
Public Law: 101-406
U.S. Mint Facility: San Francisco, CA (Proof), Philadelphia, PA (Uncirculated)

Obverse
Engraver: William Cousins
Description: Gymnast in motion.

Reverse
Designer: Steven M. Bieda
Description: Inscribed "Citius, Altius, Fortius" (Faster, Higher, Stronger).

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Olympics (France and Spain) Half Dollar


1991 USO 50th Anniversary Silver Dollar

Year: 1991
Mintage (max.): 1,000,000
Public Law: 101-404
U.S. Mint Facility: San Francisco, CA (Proof), Denver, CO (Uncirculated)

Obverse
Designer: Robert Lamb
Description: USO pennant and the words "50th Anniversary."

Reverse
Engraver: John Mercanti
Description: Eagle perched on a globe.

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1991 USO 50th Anniversary Silver Dollar


1991 Korean War Memorial Silver Dollar

Year: 1991
Mintage (max.): 1,000,000
Public Law: 101-495
U.S. Mint Facility: Philadelphia, PA (Proof), Denver, CO (Uncirculated)

Obverse
Engraver: John Mercanti
Description: Army Infantryman in full gear.

Reverse
Engraver: T. James Ferrell
Description: An outline map of Korea divided at the 38th Parallel and a bust of the American bald eagle.

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1991 Korean War Memorial Silver Dollar


1991 Mount Rushmore Anniversary Coins

Mount Rushmore Golden Anniversary Gold $5

Year: 1991
Mintage (max.): 500,000
Public Law: 101-332
U.S. Mint Facility: West Point, NY (Proof/ Uncriculated)

Obverse
Engraver: John Mercanti
Description: Mount Rushmore Memorial.

Reverse
Designer: Robert Lamb
Engraver: William Cousins
Description: American eagle flying above the Mount Rushmore Monument.

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Mount Rushmore Golden Anniversary Gold $5

Mount Rushmore Golden Anniversary Dollar

Year: 1991
Mintage (max.): 2,500,000
Public Law: 101-332
U.S. Mint Facility: San Francisco, CA (Proof), Philadelphia, PA (Uncirculated)

Obverse
Designer: Marika Somogvi
Description: Picture of Mount Rushmore wreathed in laurel.

Reverse
Engraver: Frank Gasparro
Description: Displays the Eagle Crest over a map of the United States.

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Mount Rushmore Golden Anniversary Dollar

Mount Rushmore Golden Anniversary Half Dollar

Year: 1991
Mintage (max.): 2,500,000
Public Law: 101-332
U.S. Mint Facility: San Francisco, CA (Proof), Denver, CO (Uncirculated)

Obverse
Sculptor - Engraver: Marcel Jovine
Description: Mount Rushmore Memorial and a sunburst.

Reverse
Engraver: T. James Ferrell
Description: Classic design of the American Bison.

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Mount Rushmore Golden Anniversary Half Dollar


1990 Eisenhower Centennial Silver Dollar

Year: 1990
Mintage (max.): 4,000,000
Public Law: 100-467
U.S. Mint Facility: Philadelphia, PA (Proof), West Point, NY (Uncirculated)

Obverse
Engraver: John Mercanti
Description: Profile of President Eisenhower facing right, which is superimposed over his own left-facing profile as a five-star general.

Reverse
Sculptor - Engraver: Marcel Jovine
Description: Eisenhower’s home at Gettysburg.

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1990 Eisenhower Centennial Silver Dollar


1989 U.S. Congress Bicentennial Coins

Congress Bicentennial Gold $5

Year: 1989
Mintage (max.): 1,000,000
Public Law: 100-673
U.S. Mint Facility: Philadelphia, PA (Proof), West Point, NY (Uncirculated)

Obverse
Engraver: John Mercanti
Description: The Capital Dome.

Reverse
Engraver: John Mercanti
Description: Eagle atop a canopy overlooking the Old Senate Building.

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Congress Bicentennial Gold $5

Congress Bicentennial Silver Dollar

Year: 1989
Mintage (max.): 3,000,000
Public Law: 100-673
U.S. Mint Facility: San Francisco, CA (Proof), Denver, CO (Uncirculated)

Obverse
Designer: William Woodard
Description: Statue of Freedom.

Reverse
Designer: William Woodard
Description: The Mace of the House of Representatives.

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Congress Bicentennial Silver Dollar

Congress Bicentennial Half Dollar

Year: 1989
Mintage (max.): 4,000,000
Public Law: 100-673
U.S. Mint Facility: San Francisco, CA (Proof), Denver, CO (Circulated)

Obverse
Sculpter - Engraver: Patricia Lewis Verani
Description: Bust of the Statue of Freedom.

Reverse
Designer: William Woodard
Description: Full view of the Capitol Building surrounded by a wreath of stars.

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Congress Bicentennial Half Dollar


1988 U.S. Olympic (Seoul) Coins

Olympics (Seoul) Gold $5

Year: 1988
Mintage (max.): 1,000,000
Public Law: 100-141
U.S. Mint Facility: West Point, NY (Proof/Uncirculated)

Obverse
Engraver: Elizabeth Jones
Description: Picture of Nike, goddess of victory, in a wreath of olive leaves.

Reverse
Sculptor - Engraver: Marcel Jovine
Description: Olympic flame.

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Olympics (Seoul) Gold $5

Olympics (Seoul) Silver Dollar

Year: 1988
Mintage (max.): 10,000,000
Public Law: 100-141
U.S. Mint Facility: San Francisco, CA (Proof), Denver, CO (Uncirculated)

Obverse
Sculptor-Engraver: Patricia Lewis Verani
Description: Lady Liberty’s torch and the Olympic Torch merging into a single symbolic flame with olive branches encircling the torches.

Reverse
Sculptor - Engraver: Sherl Joseph Winter
Description: Five-ring logo of the U.S. Olympic Committee, framed olive branches.

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Olympics  (Seoul) Silver Dollar


1987 U. S. Constitution Bicentennial Coins

Constitution Bicentennial Gold $5

Year: 1987
Mintage (max.): 1,000,000
Public Law: 99-582
U.S. Mint Facility: West Point, NY (Proof/Uncirculated)

Obverse
Sculptor-Engraver: Marcel Jovine
Description: Stylized eagle holding a quill pen.

Reverse
Sculptor - Engraver: Marcel Jovine
Description: Constitutional slogan, "We The People."

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Constitution Bicentennial Gold $5

Constitution Bicentennial Dollar

Year: 1987
Mintage (max.): 10,000,000
Public Law: 99-582
U.S. Mint Facility: San Francisco, CA (Proof)
 Philadelphia, PA (Uncriculated)

Obverse
Sculptor-Engraver: Patricia Lewis Verani
Description: A quill pen, a sheaf of parchment and the words "We The People."

Reverse
Sculptor - Engraver: Patricia Lewis Verani
Description: Cross-section of Americans from various periods representing contrasting lifestyles.

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Constitution Bicentennial Dollar


1986 U.S. Statue of Liberty Coins

Year: 1986
Mintage (max.): 10,000,000
Public Law: 99-61
U.S. Mint Facility: San Francisco, CA (Proof), Denver, CO (Uncirculated)

Obverse
Engraver: John Mercanti
Description: Liberty with the Ellis Island Immigration Center in the background.

Reverse
Sculptor - Engraver: Matthew Peloso
Description: Liberty's torch with inscriptions.

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Statue of Liberty Gold $5

Year: 1986
Mintage (max.): 500,000
Public Law: 99-61
U.S. Mint Facility: West Point, NY (Proof/Uncirculated)

Obverse
Engraver: Elizabeth Jones
Description: Close-up view of Liberty.

Reverse
Engraver: Elizabeth Jones
Description: An eagle in flight.

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Statue of Liberty Gold $5

Statue of Liberty Half Dollar

Year: 1986
Mintage (max.): 25,000,000
Public Law: 99-61
U.S. Mint Facility: San Francisco, CA (Proof)
 Denver, Co (Uncirculated)

Obverse
Engraver: Edgar Z. Steever
Description: Side view of Liberty and back view of immigrant ship steaming into New York harbor.

Reverse
Sculptor -Engraver: Sherl Joseph Winter
Description: Immigrant family with their belongings on the threshold of America.

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Statue of Liberty Half Dollar


1983-1984 U.S. Olympic Coins

1984 Olympics Silver Dollar/Coliseum

Year: 1984
Public Law: 97-220
U.S. Mint Facility: Philadelphia, PA; Denver CO; and San Francisco, CA

Obverse
Designer: Robert Graham
Description: Depicts likeness of the sculpture placed in front of the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum.

Reverse
Sculptor/Designer: Robert Graham
Description: American Eagle.

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1984 Olympics Silver Dollar/Coliseum

1984 Olympics Ten Dollar Gold Eagle/Runners

Year: 1984
Mintage (max.): 2,000,000
Public Law: 97-220
U.S. Mint Facility: West Point, NY (Proof/Uncirculated)

Obverse
Engraver: John Mercanti
Deigner: James Peed
Description: Olympic torch runners.

Reverse
Engraver: John Mercanti
Deigner: James Peed
Description: Head of an American eagle.

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1984 Olympics Ten Dollar Gold Eagle/Runners

1983 Olympics Silver Dollar/Discus Thrower

Year: 1983
Mintage (max.): 50,000,000
Public Law: 97-220
U.S. Mint Facility: Philadelphia, PA, Denver, CO, and San Francisco, CA

Obverse
Engraver: Elizabeth Jones
Description: Greek Discus Thrower, inspired by the ancient work of the Greek sculptor, Myron.

Reverse
Engraver: Elizabeth Jones
Description: Head and upper body of an American eagle.

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1983 Olympics Silver Dollar/Discus Thrower


1982 George Washington 250th Anniversary Commemorative Half Dollar

Year: 1982
Mintage (max.): 10,000,000
Public Law: 97-104
U.S. Mint Facility: San Francisco, CA (Proof), Denver, CO (Uncirculated)

Obverse
Engraver: Elizabeth Jones
Description: Portrait of George Washington astride a horse.

Reverse
Engraver: Elizabeth Jones
Description: Mt. Vernon.

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1982 George Washington 250th Anniversary Commemorative Half Dollar


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