United States Army Commemorative Silver Dollar Coin
- Year of Issue: 2011
- Authorizing Legislation: Public Law 110-450
The silver dollar proof is minted at Philadelphia; the silver dollar uncirculated is minted at San Francisco.
Recipient Organization: Army Historical FoundationSurcharges in the amount of $35 for each gold coin, $10 for each silver coin and $5 for each clad coin sold are authorized to be paid to the Army Historical Foundation to support the construction of the National Museum of the United States Army at Fort Belvoir, Virginia.
Commemorative Coin Surcharges
Commemorative coin programs are created by acts of Congress to honor a person, place, or event. Surcharges from the sales of these coins help fund a variety of organizations and projects that benefit the public. Commemorative coins are only available from the United States Mint for a limited time, as specified by public law.
Obverse: This design depicts the busts of a male and female soldier, symbolizing worldwide deployment of the 21st century U.S. Army.
Reverse: This design symbolizes the seven core values of the U.S. Army. The design features an image of the Great Seal of the United States, worn on Army dress and service uniforms since the early 1800's.
• IN GOD WE TRUST
• UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
• E PLURIBUS UNUM
• U.S. ARMY
• ONE DOLLAR
• SELFLESS SERVICE
• PERSONAL COURAGE
Mint and Mint Mark
Denomination: One Dollar
Composition: 90 percent silver, 10 percent copper
Diameter: 1.500 inches (±0.003) or 38.10 mm (±0.08)
Weight: 26.730 grams nominal
Mintage Limit: 500,000 (across all product options)
- Designer: Richard Masters, Artistic Infusion Program
- Designer: Susan Gamble