Modern United States commemorative coins

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The United States resumed minting commemorative coins in 1982 for the 250th anniversary of the birth of George Washington. Modern commemoratives tend to be restricted to events, buildings and personalities of national or international importance. While silver dollars remain the traditional denomination, low-value circulating commemoratives have gained in popularity.

1980s[edit]

1982[edit]

Coin Feature Obverse Reverse Volume Images
50¢ George Washington's 250th birthday[1]

KM# 208

George Washington riding a horse Mount Vernon with eagle 10,000,000 (authorized) 4,894,044S (proof) 2,210,458D (uncirculated) Obversereverse

1983[edit]

Coin Feature Obverse Reverse Volume Images
$1 1984 Summer Olympics[2]

KM# 209

The Discobolus of Myron Head of an eagle 50,000,000 (authorized) 1,577,025S (proof) 294,543P 174,017D 174,014S (uncirculated) ObverseReverse

1984[edit]

Coin Feature Obverse Reverse Volume Images
$1 1984 Summer Olympics[3]

KM# 210

The pair of life-sized bronze nude statues of male and female athletes atop Olympic Gateway in the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum Eagle 50,000,000 (authorized) 1,801,210S (proof) 217,954P 116,675D 116,675S (uncirculated) ObverseReverse
$10 1984 Summer Olympics[4]

KM# 211

Olympic torch runners Eagle 2,000,000 (authorized) 33,309P 34,533D 48,551S (proof) 75,886W (uncirculated) ObverseReverse

1986[edit]

Coin Feature Obverse Reverse Volume Images
50¢ Statue of Liberty

KM# 212

Side view of Liberty and back view of immigrant ship steaming into New York harbor. Immigrant family with their belongings on the threshold of America. 25,000,000[5] (authorized) 6,925,627S (proof) 928,008D (uncirculated) obverse
$1 Statue of Liberty

KM# 214

Liberty with the Ellis Island Immigration Center in the background. Liberty's torch with inscriptions. 10,000,000[6] (authorized) 6,414638S (proof) 723,635P (uncirculated) obverse
$5 Statue of Liberty

KM# 215

Close up of the Statue of Liberty An eagle in flight. 500,000[7] (authorized) 404,013W (proof) 95,248W (uncirculated) obverse

1987[edit]

Coin Feature Obverse Reverse Volume Images
$1 United States Constitution

KM# 220

A sheaf of parchments, a quill pen, and the words "We the People" Human figures representing the cultural and social diversity of America 10,000,000[8] (authorized) 2,747,116S (proof) 451,629P (uncirculated) ObverseReverse
$5 United States Constitution

KM# 221

Eagle holding a quill pen The words "We the People" and a quill pen 1,000,000[9] (authorized) 651,659W (proof) 214,225W (uncirculated) ObverseReverse

1988[edit]

Coin Feature Obverse Reverse Volume Images
$1 1988 Summer Olympics

KM# 222

The torches of Lady Liberty and the Olympics merging into one flame. US Olympic Committee logo 10,000,000[10] (authorized) 1,359,366S (proof) 191,368D (uncirculated) ObverseReverse
$5 1988 Summer Olympics

KM# 223

Nike Olympic flame 1,000,000[11] (authorized) 281,456W (proof) 62,913W (uncirculated) ObverseReverse

1989[edit]

Coin Feature Obverse Reverse Volume Images
50¢ U.S. Congress Bicentennial

KM# 224

Bust of the Statue of Freedom. Capitol Building 4,000,000[12] (authorized) 762,198S (proof) 163,753D (uncirculated)
$1 U.S. Congress Bicentennial

KM# 225

Statue of Freedom Mace of the House of Representatives 3,000,000[13] (authorized) 762,198S (proof) 135,203D (uncirculated) ObverseReverse
$5 U.S. Congress Bicentennial

KM# 226

The Capital Dome Eagle from the canopy of the Old Senate Chamber 1,000,000[14] (authorized) 164,690W (proof) 46,899W (uncirculated) ObverseReverse

1990s[edit]

1990[edit]

Coin Feature Obverse Reverse Volume Images
$1 Dwight D. Eisenhower's 100th birthday

KM# 227

2 profiles of Eisenhower Eisenhower's house near Gettysburg, PA, now part of Eisenhower Nat'l Historic Site 4,000,000 [15] (authorized) 1,144,461P (proof) 241,669W (uncirculated) ObverseReverse

1991[edit]

Coin Feature Obverse Reverse Volume Images
50¢ Mount Rushmore Anniversary

KM# 228

Mount Rushmore American Bison 2,500,000[16] (authorized) 753,257S (proof) 172,754D (uncirculated) obverse
$1 Mount Rushmore Anniversary

KM# 229

Mount Rushmore Great Seal of the United States and United States Map 2,500,000[17] (authorized) 738,419S (proof) 133,139P (uncirculated)
$5 Mount Rushmore Anniversary

KM# 230

Eagle flying over Mount Rushmore The words "Mount Rushmore National Memorial" 500,000[18] (authorized) 111,991W (proof) 31,959W (uncirculated)
$1 Korean War

KM# 231

Soldier Map of Korea and a bald eagle. 1,000,000[19] (authorized) 618,488P (proof) 213,049D (uncirculated)
$1 USO 50th Anniversary

KM# 232

USO pennant and the words "50th Anniversary." Eagle on top of a globe. 1,000,000[20] (authorized) 321,275S (proof) 124,958D (uncirculated)

1992[edit]

Coin Feature Obverse Reverse Volume Images
50¢ 1992 Summer Olympics

KM# 233

Gymnast "Citius, Altius, Fortius," the Olympic torch & a branch. 6,000,000[21] (authorized) 519,645S (proof) 161,607P (uncirculated)
$1 1992 Summer Olympics

KM# 234

Pitcher Olympic rings, two olive branches, shield, and "USA". 4,000,000[22] (authorized) 504,505S (proof) 187,552D (uncirculated)
$5 1992 Summer Olympics

KM# 235

Sprinter Olympic rings and the Great Seal of the United States. 500,000[23] (authorized) 77,313W (proof) 27,732W (uncirculated)
$1 White House 200th Anniversary

KM# 236

The White House. Bust of James Hoban. 500,000[24] (authorized) 375,851W (proof) 123,803D (uncirculated)
50¢ Christopher Columbus Quincentenary

KM# 237

Christopher Columbus landing on the New World. Christopher Columbus and the Niña, Pinta, and Santa María. 1,000,000[25] (authorized) 390,154S (proof) 135,702D (uncirculated)
$1 Christopher Columbus Quincentenary

KM# 238

Christopher Columbus, a globe, and ships. Half of a ship and half of the U.S. Space Shuttle Discovery. 4,000,000[26] (authorized) 385,241P (proof) 106,949D (uncirculated)
$5 Christopher Columbus Quincentenary

KM# 239

Christopher Columbus facing a map of the Americas. Coat of arms of Christopher Columbus. 500,000[27] (authorized) 79,730W (proof) 24,329W (uncirculated)

1993[edit]

Coin Feature Obverse Reverse Volume Images
50¢ Bill of Rights

KM# 240

James Madison and Montpelier. The Statue of Liberty's torch. 1,000,000[28] (authorized) 586,315S (proof) 193,346W (uncirculated)
$1 Bill of Rights

KM# 241

James Madison Montpelier 900,000[29] (authorized) 534,001S (proof) 98,383D (uncirculated)
$5 Bill of Rights

KM# 242

James Madison Madison quote, an eagle, torch, and laurel branch. 300,000[30] (authorized) 78,561W (proof) 22,266W (uncirculated) obverse
50¢ World War II 50th Anniversary

KM# 243

Three soldiers and a V for victory. Battle scene. 2,000,000[31] (authorized) 317,396P (proof) 197,072P (uncirculated) obverse
$1 World War II 50th Anniversary

KM# 244

U.S. soldier on Normandy. Shoulder sleeve insignia of Supreme Headquarters Allied Expeditionary Force with Eisenhower quote. 1,000,000[32] (authorized) 342,041W (proof) 94,708D (uncirculated) obverse
$5 World War II 50th Anniversary

KM# 245

U.S. soldier. A V for victory, a quote by James Madison, an eagle, torch, and laurel branch. 300,000[33] (authorized) 65,461W (proof) 23,089W (uncirculated) obverse
$1 Thomas Jefferson 250th Anniversary

KM# 249

Thomas Jefferson Monticello 600,000[34] (authorized) 332,891S (proof) 266,927P (uncirculated)

1994[edit]

Coin Feature Obverse Reverse Volume Images
50¢ World Cup

KM# 246

Male Soccer Player 1994 World Cup Logo 5,000,000[35] (authorized) 609,354P (proof) 168,208D (uncirculated)
$1 World Cup

KM# 247

Female Soccer Players 1994 World Cup Logo 5,000,000[36] (authorized) 576,978S (proof) 81,698D (uncirculated)
$5 World Cup

KM# 248

World Cup Trophy 1994 World Cup logo 750,000[37] (authorized) 89,619W (proof) 22,464W (uncirculated)
$1 Vietnam War Memorial

KM# 250

Outstretched hand touching a name on the Vietnam Veterans Memorial Three medals awarded during the Vietnam War 500,000[38] (authorized) 226,262P (proof) 57,317W (uncirculated)
$1 U.S. Prisoners of War

KM# 251

A chained eagle breaks free through a ring to represent "Freedom" Proposed design for the National Prisoner of War Museum 500,000[39] (authorized) 220,100P (proof) 54,790W (uncirculated)
$1 Women in Military Service for America Memorial

KM# 252

Servicewomen representing the five branches of the United States military Approved design of the Women In Military Service for America Memorial 500,000[40] (authorized) 213,201P (proof) 53,054W (uncirculated)
$1 Bicentennial of the U.S. Capitol

KM# 253

View of the Capitol dome An eagle, a shield, and American flags 500,000[41] (authorized) 279,416S (proof) 68,352D (uncirculated)

1995[edit]

Feature Civil War Battlefields - authorized by Public Law 102-379[42]
Coin 50¢ (copper-nickel clad) KM# 254 [image]
Obverse Civil War drummer boy
Reverse Battlefield scene; inscription “Enriching Our Future By Preserving Our Past.”
Mintage 2,000,000 (max.): San Francisco Mint 330,099 (proof) & 119,510 (uncirculated)
Coin $1 (silver) KM# 255 [image]
Obverse Infantryman raising a canteen to the lips of a wounded foe
Reverse Quotation from Joshua Chamberlain: In great deeds something abides. On great fields something stays. Forms change and pass, bodies disappear, but spirits linger to consecrate ground for the visionplace of souls.
Mintage 1,000,000 (max.): San Francisco Mint 437,114 (proof), Philadelphia Mint 45,866 (uncirculated)
Coin $5 (gold) KM# 256 [image]
Obverse Civil War bugler on horseback
Reverse Bald eagle
Mintage 300,000 (max.): West Point Mint 55,246 (proof) & 12,735 (uncirculated)
Feature Centennial Olympics Coins (1995 series) - authorized by Public Law 102-390[43]
Coin 50¢ (copper-nickel clad) KM# 257 [image]
Obverse Men’s basketball
Reverse The Atlanta Committee for the Olympic Games mark superimposed over a globe
Mintage 2,000,000 (max.): San Francisco Mint 169,655 (proof) & 171,001 (uncirculated)
Coin $1 (silver) KM# 259 [image]
Obverse Blind tethered runner and the Paralympic mark
Reverse Clasped hands symbolizing brotherhood and team spirit
Mintage 750,000 (max.): Philadelphia Mint 138,337 (proof) & Denver Mint 28,649 (uncirculated)
Coin $1 (silver) KM# 260 [image]
Obverse Men’s gymnastics
Reverse Clasped hands symbolizing brotherhood and team spirit
Mintage 750,000 (max.): Philadelphia Mint 182,676 (proof) & Denver Mint 42,497 (uncirculated)
Coin $5 (gold) KM# 261 [image]
Obverse Runner carrying torch
Reverse Side view of a bald eagle with a banner in its beak
Mintage 175,000 (max.): West Point Mint 57,442 (proof) & 14,675 (uncirculated)
Coin 50¢ (copper-nickel clad) KM# 262 [image]
Obverse Men’s baseball
Reverse The Atlanta Committee for the Olympic Games mark superimposed over a globe
Mintage 2,000,000 (max.): San Francisco Mint 118,087 (proof) & 164,605 (uncirculated)
Coin $1 (silver) KM# 263 [image]
Obverse Men cycling
Reverse Clasped hands symbolizing brotherhood and team spirit
Mintage 750,000 (max.): 118,795 (proof) & Denver Mint 19,662 (uncirculated)
Coin $1 (silver) KM# 264 [image]
Obverse Men’s track and field competition
Reverse Clasped hands symbolizing brotherhood and team spirit
Mintage 750,000 (max.): Philadelphia Mint 136,935 (proof) & Denver Mint 24,796 (uncirculated)
Coin $5 (gold) KM# 265 [image]
Obverse Picture of the Olympic Stadium
Reverse Side view of a bald eagle with a banner in its beak
Mintage 175,000 (max.): West Point Mint 43,124 (proof) & 10,579 (uncirculated)
Feature Special Olympics World Games - authorized by Public Law 103-328[44]
Coin $1 (silver) KM# 266 [image]
Obverse Special Olympics founder Eunice Kennedy Shriver.
Reverse Special Olympics Medal, a rose and quote
Mintage 800,000 (max.): Philadelphia Mint 351,764 (proof) & West Point 89,301 (uncirculated)

1996[edit]

Feature Centennial Olympics Coins (1996 series) - authorized by Public Law 102-390[45]
Coin 50¢ (copper-nickel clad) KM# 267 [image]
Obverse Male Swimmer
Reverse 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
Mintage 3,000,000 (max.): San Francisco Mint 77,962 (proof) & 49,533 (uncirculated)
Coin $1 (silver) KM# 268 [image]
Obverse Wheelchair athlete competing in a track and field event
Reverse Mark of The Atlanta Committee for the Olympic with a torch and flame
Mintage 1,000,000 (max.): Philadelphia Mint 84,280 (proof) & Denver Mint 14,497 (uncirculated)
Coin $1 (silver) KM# 269 [image]
Obverse Women playing tennis
Reverse The Atlanta Committee for the Olympic Games mark with a torch and flame
Mintage 1,000,000 (max.): Philadelphia Mint 92,016 (proof) & Denver Mint 15,983 (uncirculated)
Coin $5 (gold) KM# 270 [image]
Obverse The lighting of the Olympic flame
Reverse The Atlanta Committee for the Olympic Games mark, encompassed by laurel leaves
Mintage 300,000 (max.): West Point Mint 38,555 (proof) & 9,210 (uncirculated)
Coin 50¢ (copper-nickel clad) KM# 271 [image]
Obverse Women playing soccer
Reverse 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
Mintage 3,000,000 (max.): San Francisco Mint 122,412 (proof) & 52,836 (uncirculated)
Coin $1 (silver) KM# 272 [image]
Obverse Men rowing
Reverse The Atlanta Committee for the Olympic Games mark with a torch and flame
Mintage 1,000,000 (max.): Philadelphia Mint 151,890 (proof) & Denver Mint 16,258 (uncirculated)
Coin $1 (silver) KM# A272 [image]
Obverse Athlete performing the "Fosbury Flop"
Reverse The Atlanta Committee for the Olympic Games mark with a torch and flame
Mintage 1,000,000 (max.): Philadelphia Mint 124,502 (proof) & Denver Mint 15,697 (uncirculated)
Coin $5 (gold) KM# 274 [image]
Obverse Athlete bearing a flag and a following crowd
Reverse The Atlanta Committee for the Olympic Games mark, encompassed by laurel leaves
Mintage 300,000 (max.): West Point Mint 32,886 (proof) & 9,174 (uncirculated)
Feature National Community Service - authorized by Public Law 103-328[46]
Coin $1 (silver) KM# 275 [image]
Obverse Standing figure of Liberty
Reverse Inscribed with "Service for America" at center, encircled by a laurel wreath
Mintage 500,000 (max.): San Francisco Mint 101,543 (proof) & 23,500 (uncirculated)
Feature Smithsonian 150th Anniversary - authorized by Public Law 104-196[47]
Coin $1 (silver) KM# 276 [image]
Obverse Smithsonian Institution, known as the Castle
Reverse Allegorical figure atop the world
Mintage 650,000 (max.): Philadelphia Mint 129,152 (proof) & Denver Mint 31,230 (uncirculated)
Coin $5 (gold) KM# 277 [image]
Obverse Picture of James Smithson
Reverse Smithsonian starburst symbol
Mintage 100,000 (max.): West Point Mint 29,474 (proof) & 9,068 (uncirculated)

1997[edit]

Feature U.S. Botanic Garden - authorized by Public Law 103-328[48]
Coin $1 (silver) KM# 278 [image]
Obverse Multi-arched French façade of the U.S. Botanic Garden
Reverse a rose garland around a rose
Mintage 500,000 (max.): Philadelphia Mint 264,528 (proof) & 57,272 (uncirculated)
Feature Jackie Robinson - authorized by Public Law 104-329[49]
Coin $1 (silver) KM# 279 [image]
Obverse Jackie Robinson stealing home plate during the 1955 World Series
Reverse 50th anniversary logo of the Jackie Robinson Foundation surrounded by "Rookie of the Year 1947," and "Hall of Fame 1962"
Mintage 200,000 (max.): San Francisco Mint 110,495 (proof) & 30,007 (uncirculated)
Coin $5 (gold) KM# 280 [image]
Obverse Portrait of Jackie Robinson
Reverse Inscription "Legacy of Courage"
Mintage 100,000 (max.): West Point Mint 24,072 (proof) & 5,202 (uncirculated)
Feature Law Enforcement Memorial - authorized by Public Law 104-329[50]
Coin $1 (silver) KM# 281 [image]
Obverse United States Park Police officers Robert Chelsey and Kelcy Stefansson making a rubbing of a fellow officer’s name
Reverse Emblem of the National Law Enforcement Memorial
Mintage 500,000 (max.): Philadelphia Mint 110,428 (proof) & 28,575 (uncirculated)
Feature Franklin Delano Roosevelt - authorized by Public Law 104-329[51]
Coin $5 (gold) KM# 282 [image]
Obverse Portrait of President Roosevelt
Reverse Presidential seal displayed at FDR’s 1933 inaugural
Mintage 100,000 (max.): West Point Mint 29,474 (proof) & 11,894 (uncirculated)

1998[edit]

Coin Feature Obverse Reverse Volume Images
$1 Robert F. Kennedy[52]

KM# 287

Robert F. Kennedy Seal of the United States Department of Justice and Seal of the United States Senate 500,000 (authorized) 99,020S (proof) 106,422S (uncirculated) [53] Obverse
$1 Black Revolutionary War Patriots[54]

KM# 288

Crispus Attucks Proposed Black Patriots Memorial 500,000 (authorized) 75,070S (proof) 37,210S (uncirculated) [53]

1999[edit]

Coin Feature Obverse Reverse Volume Images
$1 First Lady Dolley Madison

KM# 298

Dolley Madison. Image of Montpelier 500,000 (authorized) 158,247P (proof) 22,948P (uncirculated) Obverse
$1 Yellowstone National Park

KM# 299

Spouting geyser with the park's tree-lined landscape in the background. American buffalo on the plains, with a brilliant sun rising above the mountains in the background. 500,000 (authorized) 128,646P (proof) 23,614P (uncirculated) Obverse
$5 Bicentennial of George Washington's death

KM# 300

Profile of George Washington Traditional view of a bald eagle 100,000 (authorized) 41,693W (proof) 22,511W (uncirculated) Obverse

2000s[edit]

2000[edit]

Coin Feature Obverse Reverse Volume Images
$1 Library of Congress

KM# 311

Depicts an open book superimposed over the torch of learning. Architectural rendering of the dome on the Library of Congress' Jefferson building. 500,000 (authorized) 196,900P (proof) 52,771P (uncirculated)
$10 Library of Congress

KM# 312

Hand of Minerva raising the torch of learning over the dome of the Jefferson building. The Library of Congress seal encircled by a laurel leaf. 200,000W (authorized) 27,167W (proof) 6,683W (uncirculated)
$1 Leif Ericson

KM# 313

Portrait of Leif Ericson. Ericson's ship under full sail. 500,000 (authorized) 58,612P (proof) 28,150P (uncirculated) Obverse
1,000 Krónur Leif Ericson Silver Krónur Image of Stirling Calder’s sculpture of Leif Ericson. An eagle, a dragon, a bull and the giant from the Icelandic Coat of Arms. 150,000 (authorized) 15,947 (proof) Obverse

2001[edit]

Coin Feature Obverse Reverse Volume Images
$1 American Buffalo Dollar (modeled on the 1913-1938 Buffalo Nickel)

KM# 325

Profile representation of a Native American American buffalo 500,000 (authorized) 272,869P (proof) 197,131D (uncirculated) Obverse
50¢ U.S. Capitol Visitor Center

KM# 323

Original capitol building within an outline of the present day Capitol. 16 stars and the inscription "32 Senators; 106 House Members." 750,000 (authorized) 77,962P (proof) 99,157P (uncirculated) Obverse
$1 U.S. Capitol Visitor Center

KM# 324

Original Capitol superimposed on the image of today’s Capitol building. Bald eagle cloaked in a banner inscribed "U.S. Capitol Visitor Center." 500,000 (authorized) 143,793P (proof) 66,636P (uncirculated) Obverse
$5 U.S. Capitol Visitor Center

KM# 326

Corinthian column. Image of the original Capitol building. 100,000 (authorized) 27,652W (proof) 6,761W (uncirculated) Obverse

2002[edit]

Coin Feature Obverse Reverse Volume Images
$1 Olympic Winter Games

KM# 336

Crystal Emblem of the 2002 Olympic Winter Games, Olympic Rings, and the Games' secondary identity mark entitled: "Rhythm of the Land." Salt Lake City skyline with the Rocky Mountains in the background. 400,000 (authorized) 142,873P (proof) 35,388P (uncirculated) Obverse
$5 Olympic Winter Games

KM# 337

Crystal Emblem superimposed on top of the Games' secondary identity mark entitled: "Rhythm of the Land." Olympic flame in relief atop a cauldron. 80,000 (authorized) 32,877W (proof) 10,585W (uncirculated) Obverse
$1 West Point Bicentennial

KM# 338

Depicts a cadet color guard in parade with the Military Academy's Washington Hall and Cadet Chapel in the background. United States Military Academy Bicentennial logo. 500,000 (authorized) 288,293W (proof) 103,201W (uncirculated) Obverse

2003[edit]

Coin Feature Obverse Reverse Volume Images
50¢ First Flight Centennial

KM# 348

Wright Monument, atop Kill Devil Hill near Kitty Hawk, NC. 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. 750,000 (authorized) 111,569P (proof) 57,726P (uncirculated) Obverse
$1 First Flight Centennial

KM# 349

Orville and Wilbur Wright in profile. An image of the Wright 1903 Flyer, in flight above the dunes at Kill Devil Hill, near Kitty Hawk, NC. 500,000 (authorized) 193,086P (proof) 53,761P (uncirculated) Obverse
$10 First Flight Centennial

KM# 350

Portrait of Orville and Wilbur Wright 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. 100,000 (authorized) 21,846P (proof) 10,129P (uncirculated) Obverse

2004[edit]

Coin Feature Obverse Reverse Volume Images
$1 Thomas Alva Edison

KM# 362

Portrait of the Thomas Edison holding an early experimental light bulb in his laboratory. Rendering of Edison's first light bulb. 500,000 (authorized) 213,409P (proof) 68,031P (uncirculated) Obverse
$1 Lewis & Clark Bicentennial

KM# 363

Captains Lewis and Clark on a stream bank planning another day of exploration. 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. 500,000 (authorized) 288,492P (proof) 90,323P (uncirculated) Obverse

2005[edit]

Coin Feature Obverse Reverse Volume Images
$1 Chief Justice John Marshall

KM# 375

Profile of Chief Justice John Marshall. A view of the Old Supreme Court Chamber. 400,000 (authorized) 141,993P (proof) 48,953P (uncirculated) Obverse
$1 Marine Corps 230th anniversary

KM# 376

Historic flag raising on Iwo Jima Eagle, Globe, and Anchor 600,000 (authorized) 370,000P (proof) 130,000P (uncirculated) Obverse

2006[edit]

Coin Feature Obverse Reverse Volume Images
$1 Benjamin Franklin "Scientist"

KM# 387

A representation of Benjamin Franklin’s famous kite experiment Benjamin Franklin’s "Join, or Die" cartoon, published in the Pennsylvania Gazette on May 9, 1754. 250,000 (authorized) 142,000P (proof) 58,000P (uncirculated) Obverse
$1 Benjamin Franklin "Founding Father"

KM# 388

An image of Benjamin Franklin Taken from a 1776 Continental Dollar, featuring designs originally created by Benjamin Franklin. 250,000 (authorized) 142,000P (proof) 58,000P (uncirculated) Obverse
$1 San Francisco Old Mint

KM# 394

A rendition of the Old Mint originally prepared for the San Francisco Mint Medal. A replica of the 1904 Morgan Silver Dollar eagle reverse. 500,000 (authorized) 255,700S (proof) 65,609S (uncirculated) Obverse
$5 San Francisco Old Mint

KM# 395

A rendition of the Old Mint modeled after the original construction drawing by architect Alfred B. Mullett. A replica of the 1906 Half-Eagle Coronet eagle reverse. 100,000 (authorized) 41,517S (proof) 16,230S (uncirculated) Obverse

2007[edit]

Coin Feature Obverse Reverse Volume Images
$1 Jamestown 400th Anniversary

KM# 405

Three Faces of Diversity, representing the three cultures that came together in Jamestown. A depiction of the Susan Constant, Godspeed, Discovery that brought the first settlers to Jamestown in 1607. 500,000 (authorized) 258,802P (proof) 79,801P (uncirculated) obverse
$5 Jamestown 400th Anniversary

KM# 406

Capt. John Smith greeting an American Indian carrying a bag of corn. A current rendering of Jamestown Memorial Church, the only original remaining structure in Jamestown. 100,000 (authorized) 47,050W (proof) 18,843W (uncirculated) obverse
$1 Little Rock Nine[55]

KM# 418

Legs and feet of the students, accompanied by an armed United States soldier, walking to school. Little Rock Central High School circa 1957 500,000 (authorized) 124,618P (proof) 66,093P (uncirculated) obverse

2008[edit]

Coin Feature Obverse Reverse Volume Images
50¢ Bald eagle

KM# 438

Two baby eaglets settled in a nest with an unhatched egg. The famous eagle "Challenger" with the American flag in the background. 750,000 (authorized) 222,577S (proof) 120,180S (uncirculated) obverse
$1 Bald eagle

KM# 439

Bald eagle in flight The Great Seal from 1782-1841. 500,000 (authorized) 243,558P (proof) 110,073P (uncirculated) obverse
$5 Bald eagle

KM# 440

Two young eaglets resting on a branch in their natural habitat. The current Great Seal. 100,000 (authorized) 59,269W (proof) 13,467W (uncirculated) obverse

2009[edit]

Coin Feature Obverse Reverse Volume Images
$1 Abraham Lincoln [56]

KM# 454

President Lincoln's bust Excerpt of Gettysburg Address 500,000 (authorized) 375,000P (proof) 125,000P (uncirculated) obverse
$1 Louis Braille

KM# 455

Louis Braille's Bust Showing a child reading a book in Braille 400,000 (authorized) 135,235P (proof) 82,639P (uncirculated) obverse

2010s[edit]

2010[edit]

Coin Feature Obverse Reverse Volume Images
$1 Disabled American veterans [57]

KM# 479

Legs and boots of three veterans Forget-me-not flower at the base of a wreath wrapped in a ribbon that cradles and supports clusters of oak branches 350,000 (authorized) 189,881W (proof) 77,859W (uncirculated) obverse
$1 Boy Scouts of America [58]

KM# 480

Cub Scout in the foreground with a Boy Scout and female Venturer in the background saluting Boy Scouts of America universal emblem 350,000 (authorized) 245,000P (proof) 105,000P (uncirculated) [59] obverse

2011[edit]

Coin Feature Obverse Reverse Volume Images
$1 Medal of Honor[60]

KM# 504

Current versions of the Army, Navy and Air Force Medals of Honor A soldier carrying a wounded comrade 500,000 (authorized) 112,850S (proof) 44,769S (uncirculated) obverse
$5 Medal of Honor

KM# 505

The original 1861 version of the Medal of Honor Minerva holding a shield and the Union flag, flanked by Civil War-era cannon 100,000 (authorized) 18,012S (proof) 8,251S (uncirculated) obverse
50¢ United States Army[61]

KM# 506

U.S. Army soldier surveying, two servicemen building a flood wall and a Redstone Army rocket Enlisted Continental soldier armed with a musket and 13 stars 750,000 (authorized) 68,349S (proof) 39,461D (uncirculated)
$1 United States Army

KM# 507

Male and female soldiers Great Seal of the United States surrounded by seven virtues of the Army 500,000 (authorized) 119,829S (proof) 43,517S (uncirculated) [62]
$5 United States Army

KM# 508

Continental, Civil War, modern, World War II and World War I soldiers Based on the U.S. Army emblem, traditional armaments, including armor, cannons, and crossed flags 100,000 (authorized) 17,173P (proof) 8,062P (uncirculated)

2012[edit]

Coin Feature Obverse Reverse Volume Images
$1 United States Army Infantry and National Infantry Museum[63]

KM# 529

Modern infantryman advancing Crossed rifles insignia, the branch insignia of the Infantry. 350,000[64] (authorized)
$1 Star-Spangled Banner[65]

KM# 530

Lady Liberty waving the 15-star, 15-stripe Star-Spangled Banner flag with Fort McHenry in the background. Close-up of a waving modern American flag. 500,000 (authorized)
$5 Star-Spangled Banner[65]

KM# 531

Naval battle scene from the War of 1812. O say can you see in Francis Scott Key's handwriting against a backdrop of 15 stars and 15 stripes. 100,000 (authorized)

2013[edit]

Coin Feature Obverse Reverse Volume Images
$1 Centennial of the establishment of the Girl Scouts of the United States of America[66] Three girls representing the different ages and diversity. The iconic trefoil/profiles symbol of the Girl Scouts of the USA. 350,000 (authorized)
50¢ US Army 5-Star Generals & Command and General Staff College (CGSC) [67] Henry H. Arnold and Omar N. Bradley The heraldic crest of Fort Leavenworth, site of the CGSC. 750,000 (authorized)
$1 US Army 5-Star Generals & (CGSC) George C. Marshall and Dwight D. Eisenhower The Leavenworth Lamp, the symbol of the CGSC. 500,000 (authorized)
$5 US Army 5-Star Generals & (CGSC) Douglas MacArthur The Leavenworth Lamp, the symbol of the CGSC. 100,000 (authorized)

2014[edit]

Coin Feature Obverse Reverse Volume Images
$1 Civil Rights Act of 1964[68] Three people holding hands at a civil rights march Three flames intertwined 350,000 (authorized)
Civil Rights Act of 1964 2014 Silver Dollar obverse
Civil Rights Act of 1964 2014 Silver Dollar reverse
50¢ Baseball Hall Of Fame[69] Baseball glove Baseball 750,000 (authorized)
$1 Baseball Hall Of Fame Baseball glove Baseball 400,000 (authorized)
$5 Baseball Hall Of Fame Baseball glove Baseball 50,000 (authorized)

2015[edit]

Coin Feature Obverse Reverse Volume Images
50¢ United States Marshals Service (225th anniversary)[70] (clad) 750,000 (authorized)
$1 United States Marshals Service (225th anniversary) (silver) 500,000 (authorized)
$5 United States Marshals Service (225th anniversary) (gold) 100,000 (authorized)
$1 March of Dimes[71] (silver) 500,000 (authorized)

2016[edit]

Coin Feature Obverse Reverse Volume Images
$1 Mark Twain[72] (silver) 350,000 (authorized)
$5 Mark Twain (gold) 100,000 (authorized)

2017[edit]

Coin Feature Obverse Reverse Volume Images
$1 Lions Clubs International
Century of Service[73]
(silver) 400,000 (authorized)

See also[edit]

References[edit]

"Coin Value Guide." Coins 60 (2): 83-88

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ "1982 George Washington 250th Anniversary Commemorative Half Dollar". United States Mint. Retrieved 2008-05-30. 
  2. ^ "1983 Olympics Silver Dollar/Discus Thrower". United States Mint. Retrieved 2008-05-30. 
  3. ^ "1984 Olympics Silver Dollar/Coliseum". United States Mint. Retrieved 2008-05-30. 
  4. ^ "1984 Olympics Ten Dollar Gold Eagle/Runners". United States Mint. Retrieved 2008-05-30. 
  5. ^ "Statue of Liberty Half Dollar". United States Mint. Retrieved 2008-05-30. 
  6. ^ "1986 U.S. Statue of Liberty Coins". United States Mint. Retrieved 2008-05-30. 
  7. ^ "Statue of Liberty Gold $5". United States Mint. Retrieved 2008-05-30. 
  8. ^ "Constitution Bicentennial Dollar". United States Mint. Retrieved 2008-05-30. 
  9. ^ "Constitution Bicentennial Gold $5". United States Mint. Retrieved 2008-05-30. 
  10. ^ "Olympics (Seoul) Silver Dollar". United States Mint. Retrieved 2008-05-30. 
  11. ^ "Olympics (Seoul) Gold $5". United States Mint. Retrieved 2008-05-30. 
  12. ^ "Congress Bicentennial Half Dollar". United States Mint. Retrieved 2008-05-30. 
  13. ^ "Congress Bicentennial Silver Dollar". United States Mint. Retrieved 2008-05-30. 
  14. ^ "Congress Bicentennial Gold $5". United States Mint. Retrieved 2008-05-30. 
  15. ^ "1990 Eisenhower Centennial Silver Dollar". United States Mint. Retrieved 2008-05-30. 
  16. ^ "Mount Rushmore Golden Anniversary Half Dollar". United States Mint. Retrieved 2008-05-30. 
  17. ^ "Mount Rushmore Golden Anniversary Dollar". United States Mint. Retrieved 2008-05-30. 
  18. ^ "Mount Rushmore Golden Anniversary Gold $5". United States Mint. Retrieved 2008-05-30. 
  19. ^ "1991 Korean War Memorial Silver Dollar". United States Mint. Retrieved 2008-05-31. 
  20. ^ "1991 USO 50th Anniversary Silver Dollar". United States Mint. Retrieved 2008-05-31. 
  21. ^ "Public Laws 101-241 through 101-440 (p.879)". GPO. Retrieved 2012-12-05. 
  22. ^ "Olympics (France and Spain) Silver Dollar". United States Mint. Retrieved 2008-05-31. 
  23. ^ "Olympics (France and Spain) Gold $5". United States Mint. Retrieved 2008-05-31. 
  24. ^ "1992 White House 200th Anniversary Silver Dollar". United States Mint. Retrieved 2008-05-31. 
  25. ^ "1992 Christopher Columbus Quincentenary Coins". United States Mint. Retrieved 2012-12-06. 
  26. ^ "Christopher Columbus Quincentenary Silver Dollar". United States Mint. Retrieved 2008-05-31. 
  27. ^ "Christopher Columbus Quincentenary Gold $5". United States Mint. Retrieved 2008-05-31. 
  28. ^ "Bill of Rights Half Dollar". United States Mint. Retrieved 2008-05-31. 
  29. ^ "Bill of Rights Dollar". United States Mint. Retrieved 2008-05-31. 
  30. ^ "Bill of Rights Gold $5". United States Mint. Retrieved 2008-05-31. 
  31. ^ "1991-1995) World War II 50th Anniversary Half Dollar". United States Mint. Retrieved 2008-05-31. 
  32. ^ "(1991-1995) World War II 50th Anniversary Silver Dollar". United States Mint. Retrieved 2008-05-31. 
  33. ^ "(1991-1995) World War II 50th Anniversary Gold $5". United States Mint. Retrieved 2008-05-31. 
  34. ^ "Thomas Jefferson 250th Anniversary Silver Dollar". United States Mint. Retrieved 2012-12-06. 
  35. ^ "World Cup USA Commemorative Coins". United States Mint. Retrieved 2012-12-06. 
  36. ^ "World Cup USA Commemorative Coins". United States Mint. Retrieved 2012-12-06. 
  37. ^ "World Cup USA Commemorative Coins". United States Mint. Retrieved 2012-12-06. 
  38. ^ "Vietnam War Memorial Silver Dollar". United States Mint. Retrieved 2012-12-31. 
  39. ^ "1994 U.S. Prisoner of War Silver Dollar". United States Mint. Retrieved 2012-12-06. 
  40. ^ "1994 Women in Military Service for America Memorial Silver Dollar". United States Mint. Retrieved 2012-12-06. 
  41. ^ "1994 Bicentennial of the U.S. Capitol Silver Dollar". United States Mint. Retrieved 2012-12-06. 
  42. ^ "1992 U.S. Olympic Coins". United States Mint. Retrieved 2012-12-05. 
  43. ^ "1995-1996 Centennial Olympics Coins". United States Mint. Retrieved 2012-12-06. 
  44. ^ "1995 Special Olympics World Games Silver Dollar". United States Mint. Retrieved 2012-12-06. 
  45. ^ "1995-1996 Centennial Olympics Coins". United States Mint. Retrieved 2012-12-06. 
  46. ^ "1996 National Community Service Silver Dollar". United States Mint. Retrieved 2012-12-06. 
  47. ^ "1996 Smithsonian 150th Anniversary Coins". United States Mint. Retrieved 2012-12-06. 
  48. ^ "1997 Botanic Garden Dollar". United States Mint. Retrieved 2012-12-06. 
  49. ^ "1997 Jackie Robinson Commemorative Coins". United States Mint. Retrieved 2012-12-06. 
  50. ^ "1997 Law Enforcement Commemorative Coin". United States Mint. Retrieved 2012-12-06. 
  51. ^ "1997 Franklin Delano Roosevelt Gold $5". United States Mint. Retrieved 2012-12-06. 
  52. ^ "Robert F. Kennedy Commemorative Silver Dollar Fact Sheet". United States Mint. Retrieved 2010-02-01. 
  53. ^ a b R. S. Yeoman, The Official Red Book: A Guide Book of United States Coins: 2010, ed. Kenneth Bressett, 63rd ed. (Atlanta: Whitman Publishing, 2009). ISBN 978-0-7948-2763-2
  54. ^ "Black Revolutionary War Patriots Commemorative Silver Dollar Fact Sheet". United States Mint. Retrieved 2010-02-01. 
  55. ^ "Little Rock Central High School Desegregation 50th Anniversary Silver Dollar". United States Mint. Retrieved 2008-11-17. 
  56. ^ "Abraham Lincoln commemorative silver dollar". United States Mint. Retrieved 2009-02-23. 
  57. ^ "2010 American Veterans Disabled for Life Silver Dollar". United States Mint. Retrieved 2010-02-01. 
  58. ^ "The 2010 Boy Scouts of America Centennial Commemorative Coin". United States Mint. Retrieved 2010-02-01. 
  59. ^ "US Mint Sales: Silver Eagles Sail, Boy Scouts Coins Hit 350,000 Max". Retrieved 2013-01-01. 
  60. ^ Pub.L. 111–91
  61. ^ Pub.L. 110–450
  62. ^ "US Mint 2011 Silver Commemorative Coins Ending Sales Figures". Retrieved 2013-01-01. 
  63. ^ Pub.L. 110–357
  64. ^ "2012 Infantry Soldier Silver Dollar". United States Mint. Retrieved 2012-04-25. 
  65. ^ a b Pub.L. 111–232
  66. ^ Pub.L. 111–86
  67. ^ Pub.L. 111–262
  68. ^ Pub.L. 110–451
  69. ^ Pub.L. 112–152
  70. ^ Pub.L. 112–104
  71. ^ Pub.L. 112–209
  72. ^ Pub.L. 112–201
  73. ^ Pub.L. 112–181