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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]

Face Value Coin Obverse design Reverse design Composition Mintage Obverse Reverse
50¢ George Washington 250th Anniversary half dollar[1]

(KM# 208)

George Washington riding a horse Mount Vernon with eagle Ag 90%, Cu 10% 10,000,000 (authorized)
4,894,044 S (proof)
2,210,458 D (uncirculated)
1982GeorgeWashingtonCommemorativeHalfDollar1obverse.jpg 1982GeorgeWashingtonCommemorativeHalfDollar1reverse.JPG

1983[edit]

Face Value Coin Obverse design Reverse design Composition Mintage Obverse Reverse
$1 Los Angeles XXIII Olympiad dollar[2]

(KM# 209)

The Discobolus of Myron Head of an eagle Ag 90%, Cu 10% 50,000,000 (1983–1984 authorized total)
1,577,025 S (proof)
294,543 P 174,014 D 174,014 S (uncirculated)

1984[edit]

Face Value Coin Obverse design Reverse design Composition Mintage Obverse Reverse
$1 Los Angeles XXIII Olympiad dollar[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 Ag 90%, Cu 10% 1,801,210 S (proof)
217,954 P 116,675 D 116,675 S (uncirculated)
$10 Los Angeles XXIII Olympiad eagle[4]

(KM# 211)

Olympic torch runners Eagle clutching an olive branch in its right claw and arrows in its left claw Au 90%, Ag 6%, Cu 4% 2,000,000 (authorized)
33,309 P 34,533 D 48,551 S 381,085 W (proof)
75,886 W (uncirculated)

1986[edit]

Face Value Coin Obverse design Reverse design Composition Mintage Obverse Reverse
50¢ Statue of Liberty half dollar[5]

(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 Cu 92%, Ni 8% 25,000,000 (authorized)
6,925,627 S (proof)
928,008 D (uncirculated)
1986 Statue of Liberty-Proof Half Dollar (reverse).jpg
$1 Statue of Liberty

dollar[6]

(KM# 214)

Liberty with the Ellis Island Immigration Center in the background Liberty's torch with inscriptions Ag 90%, Cu 10% 10,000,000 (authorized)
6,414638 S (proof)
723,635 P (uncirculated)
$5 Statue of Liberty half eagle[7]

(KM# 215)

Close up of the Statue of Liberty An eagle in flight Au 90%, Ag 6%, Cu 4% 500,000 (authorized)
404,013 W (proof)
95,248 W (uncirculated)

1987[edit]

Face Value Coin Obverse design Reverse design Composition Mintage Obverse Reverse
$1 United States Constitution Bicentennial dollar[8]

(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 Ag 90%, Cu 10% 10,000,000 (authorized)
2,747,116 S (proof)
451,629 P (uncirculated)
$5 United States Constitution Bicentennial half eagle[9]

(KM# 221)

Eagle holding a quill pen The words "We the People" and a quill pen Au 90%, Ag 6%, Cu 4% 1,000,000 (authorized)
651,659 W (proof)
214,225 W (uncirculated)

1988[edit]

Face Value Coin Obverse design Reverse design Composition Mintage Obverse Reverse
$1 1988 Summer Olympics dollar[10]

(KM# 222)

The torches of Lady Liberty and the Olympics merging into one flame US Olympic Committee logo Ag 90%, Cu 10% 10,000,000 (authorized)
1,359,366 S (proof)
191,368 D (uncirculated)
$5 1988 Summer Olympics half eagle[11]

(KM# 223)

Nike Olympic flame Au 90%, Ag 6%, Cu 4% 1,000,000 (authorized)
281,456 W (proof)
62,913 W (uncirculated)

1989[edit]

Face Value Coin Obverse design Reverse design Composition Mintage Obverse Reverse
50¢ U.S. Congress Bicentennial half dollar[12]

(KM# 224)

Bust of the Statue of Freedom Capitol Building Cu 92%, Ni 8% 4,000,000 (authorized)
762,198 S (proof)
163,753 D (uncirculated)
1989 Congress Bicentennial-Half Dollar (reverse).jpg
$1 U.S. Congress Bicentennial dollar[13]

(KM# 225)

Statue of Freedom Mace of the House of Representatives Ag 90%, Cu 10% 3,000,000 (authorized)
762,198 S (proof)
135,203 D (uncirculated)
$5 U.S. Congress Bicentennial half eagle[14]

(KM# 226)

The Capital Dome Eagle from the canopy of the Old Senate Chamber Au 90%, Ag 6%, Cu 4% 1,000,000 (authorized)
164,690 W (proof)
46,899 W (uncirculated)

1990s[edit]

1990[edit]

Face Value Coin Obverse design Reverse design Composition Mintage Obverse Reverse
$1 Eisenhower Centennial dollar[15]

(KM# 227)

2 profiles of Eisenhower Eisenhower's house near Gettysburg, PA, now part of Eisenhower Nat'l Historic Site Ag 90%, Cu 10% 4,000,000 (authorized)
1,144,461 P (proof)
241,669 W (uncirculated)

1991[edit]

Face Value Coin Obverse design Reverse design Composition Mintage Obverse Reverse
50¢ Mount Rushmore Anniversary half dollar[16]

(KM# 228)

Mount Rushmore American Bison Cu 92%, Ni 8% 2,500,000 (authorized)
753,257 S (proof)
172,754 D (uncirculated)
1991 Mount Rushmore-Proof Half Dollar (reverse).jpg
$1 Mount Rushmore Anniversary dollar[17]

(KM# 229)

Mount Rushmore Great Seal of the United States and United States Map Ag 90%, Cu 10% 2,500,000 (authorized)
738,419 S (proof)
133,139 P (uncirculated)
1991 Mount Rushmore Dollar (obverse).jpg 1991 Mount Rushmore Dollar (reverse).jpg
$5 Mount Rushmore Anniversary half eagle[18]

(KM# 230)

Eagle flying over Mount Rushmore The words "Mount Rushmore National Memorial" Au 90%, Ag 6%, Cu 4% 500,000 (authorized)
111,991 W (proof)
31,959 W (uncirculated)
$1 Korean War Memorial dollar[19]

(KM# 231)

Soldier Map of Korea and a bald eagle Ag 90%, Cu 10% 1,000,000 (authorized)
618,488 P (proof)
213,049 D (uncirculated)
$1 USO 50th Anniversary dollar[20]

(KM# 232)

USO pennant and the words "50th Anniversary" Eagle on top of a globe Ag 90%, Cu 10% 1,000,000 (authorized)
321,275 S (proof)
124,958 D (uncirculated)

1992[edit]

Face Value Coin Obverse design Reverse design Composition Mintage Obverse Reverse
50¢ 1992 Summer Olympics half dollar[21]

(KM# 233)

Gymnast "Citius, Altius, Fortius," the Olympic torch & a branch Cu 92%, Ni 8% 6,000,000 (authorized)
519,645 S (proof)
161,607 P (uncirculated)
$1 1992 Summer Olympics dollar[22]

(KM# 234)

Pitcher Olympic rings, two olive branches, shield, and "USA" Ag 90%, Cu 10% 4,000,000 (authorized)
504,505 S (proof)
187,552 D (uncirculated)
$5 1992 Summer Olympics half eagle[23]

(KM# 235)

Sprinter Olympic rings and the Great Seal of the United States Au 90%, Ag 6%, Cu 4% 500,000 (authorized)
77,313 W (proof)
27,732 W (uncirculated)
$1 White House Bicentennial dollar[24]

(KM# 236)

The White House Bust of James Hoban Ag 90%, Cu 10% 500,000 (authorized)
375,851 W (proof)
123,803 D (uncirculated)
50¢ Christopher Columbus Quincentenary half dollar[25]

(KM# 237)

Christopher Columbus landing on the New World Christopher Columbus and the Niña, Pinta, and Santa María Cu 92%, Ni 8% 1,000,000 (authorized)
390,154 S (proof)
135,702 D (uncirculated)
$1 Christopher Columbus Quincentenary

dollar[26]

(KM# 238)

Christopher Columbus, a globe, and ships Half of a ship and half of the U.S. Space Shuttle Discovery Ag 90%, Cu 10% 4,000,000 (authorized)
385,241 P (proof)
106,949 D (uncirculated)
$5 Christopher Columbus Quincentenary half eagle[27]

(KM# 239)

Christopher Columbus facing a map of the Americas Coat of arms of Christopher Columbus Au 90%, Ag 6%, Cu 4% 500,000 (authorized)
79,730W (proof)
24,329 W (uncirculated)

1993[edit]

Face Value Coin Obverse design Reverse design Composition Mintage Obverse Reverse
50¢ Bill of Rights half dollar[28]

(KM# 240)

James Madison and Montpelier. The Statue of Liberty's torch Ag 90%, Cu 10% 1,000,000 (authorized)
586,315 S (proof)
193,346 W (uncirculated)
$1 Bill of Rights dollar[29]

(KM# 241)

James Madison Montpelier Ag 90%, Cu 10% 900,000 (authorized)
534,001 S (proof)
98,383 D (uncirculated)
$5 Bill of Rights half eagle[30]

(KM# 242)

James Madison Madison quote, an eagle, torch, and laurel branch Au 90%, Ag 6%, Cu 4% 300,000 (authorized)
78,561 W (proof)
22,266 W (uncirculated)
50¢ World War II 50th Anniversary half dollar[31]

(KM# 243)

Three soldiers and a V for victory (dated 1991–1995) Battle scene Cu 92%, Ni 8% 2,000,000 (authorized)
317,396 P (proof)
197,072 P (uncirculated)
$1 World War II 50th Anniversary dollar[32]

(KM# 244)

U.S. soldier on Normandy (dated 1991–1995) Shoulder sleeve insignia of Supreme Headquarters Allied Expeditionary Force with Eisenhower quote Ag 90%, Cu 10% 1,000,000 (authorized)
342,041 W (proof)
94,708 D (uncirculated)
$5 World War II 50th Anniversary half eagle[33]

(KM# 245)

U.S. soldier (dated 1991–1995) A V for victory, a quote by James Madison, an eagle, torch, and laurel branch Au 90%, Ag 6%, Cu 4% 300,000 (authorized)
65,461 W (proof)
23,089 W (uncirculated)

1994[edit]

Face Value Coin Obverse design Reverse design Composition Mintage Obverse Reverse
50¢ World Cup half dollar[34]

(KM# 246)

Soccer Player 1994 World Cup Logo Cu 92%, Ni 8% 5,000,000 (authorized)
609,354 P (proof)
168,208 D (uncirculated)
$1 World Cup dollar[35]

(KM# 247)

Competing Soccer Players 1994 World Cup Logo Ag 90%, Cu 10% 5,000,000 (authorized)
576,978 S (proof)
81,698 D (uncirculated)
$5 World Cup half eagle[36]

(KM# 248)

World Cup Trophy 1994 World Cup logo Au 90%, Ag 6%, Cu 4% 750,000 (authorized)
89,619 W (proof)
22,464 W (uncirculated)
$1 Thomas Jefferson 250th Anniversary dollar[37]

(KM# 249)

Thomas Jefferson (dated 1993) Monticello Ag 90%, Cu 10% 600,000[38] (authorized)
332,891 S (proof)
266,927 P (uncirculated)
$1 Vietnam War Memorial dollar[39]

(KM# 250)

Outstretched hand touching a name on the Vietnam Veterans Memorial Three medals awarded during the Vietnam War Ag 90%, Cu 10% 500,000 (authorized)
226,262 P (proof)
57,317 W (uncirculated)
$1 Prisoners of War dollar[40]

(KM# 251)

A chained eagle breaks free through a ring to represent "Freedom" Proposed design for the National Prisoner of War Museum Ag 90%, Cu 10% 500,000 (authorized)
220,100 P (proof)
54,790 W (uncirculated)
$1 Women in Military Service for America Memorial dollar[41]

(KM# 252)

Servicewomen representing the five branches of the United States military Approved design of the Women In Military Service for America Memorial Ag 90%, Cu 10% 500,000 (authorized)
213,201 P (proof)
53,054 W (uncirculated)
$1 U.S. Capitol Bicentennial dollar[42]

(KM# 253)

View of the Capitol dome An eagle, a shield, and American flags Ag 90%, Cu 10% 500,000 (authorized)
279,416 S (proof)
68,352 D (uncirculated)

1995[edit]

Face Value Coin Obverse design Reverse design Composition Mintage Obverse Reverse
50¢ Civil War Battlefield half dollar[43]

(KM# 254)

Civil War drummer boy Battlefield scene; inscription “Enriching Our Future By Preserving Our Past” Cu 92%, Ni 8% 2,000,000 (max.):
330,099 S (proof)
119,520 S (uncirculated)
$1 Civil War Battlefield dollar[44]

(KM# 255)

Infantryman raising a canteen to the lips of a wounded foe 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." Ag 90%, Cu 10% 1,000,000 (max.):
330,002 S (proof)
45,866 P (uncirculated)
$5 Civil War Battlefield half eagle[45]

(KM# 256)

Civil War bugler on horseback Bald eagle Au 90%, Ag 6%, Cu 4% 300,000 (max.):
55,246 W (proof)
12,735 W (uncirculated)
50¢ Centennial Olympics half dollar (Basketball)[46]

(KM# 257)

Men's basketball The Atlanta Committee for the Olympic Games mark superimposed over a globe Cu 92%, Ni 8% 2,000,000 (max.):
169,655 S (proof)
171,001 S (uncirculated)
$1 Centennial Olympics dollar (Paralympic Running)[47]

(KM# 259)

Blind tethered runner and the Paralympic mark Clasped hands symbolizing brotherhood and team spirit Ag 90%, Cu 10% 750,000 (max.):
138,337 P (proof)
28,649 D (uncirculated)
$1 Centennial Olympics dollar (Gymnastics)[48]

(KM# 260)

Men's gymnastics Clasped hands symbolizing brotherhood and team spirit Ag 90%, Cu 10% 750,000 (max.):
182,676 P (proof)
42,497 D (uncirculated)
$5 Centennial Olympics half eagle (Torch Runner)[49]

(KM# 261)

Runner carrying torch Side view of a bald eagle with a banner in its beak Au 90%, Ag 6%, Cu 4% 175,000 (max.):
57,442 W (proof)
14,675 W (uncirculated)
50¢ Centennial Olympics half dollar (Baseball)[50]

(KM# 262)

Men's baseball The Atlanta Committee for the Olympic Games mark superimposed over a globe Cu 92%, Ni 8% 2,000,000 (max.):
118,087 S (proof)
164,605 S (uncirculated)
$1 Centennial Olympics dollar (Cycling)[51]

(KM# 263)

Men cycling Clasped hands symbolizing brotherhood and team spirit Ag 90%, Cu 10% 750,000 (max.):
118,795 P (proof)
19,662 D (uncirculated)
$1 Centennial Olympics dollar (Track & Field)[52]

(KM# 264)

Men's track and field competition Clasped hands symbolizing brotherhood and team spirit Ag 90%, Cu 10% 750,000 (max.):
136,935 P (proof)
24,796 D (uncirculated)
$5 Centennial Olympics half eagle (Stadium)[53]

(KM# 265)

Picture of the Olympic Stadium Side view of a bald eagle with a banner in its beak Au 90%, Ag 6%, Cu 4% 175,000 (max.):
43,124 W (proof)
10,579 W (uncirculated)
$1 Special Olympics World Games dollar[54]

(KM# 266)

Special Olympics founder Eunice Kennedy Shriver Special Olympics Medal, a rose and quote Ag 90%, Cu 10% 800,000 (max.):
351,764 P (proof)
89,301 W (uncirculated)

1996[edit]

Face Value Coin Obverse design Reverse design Composition Mintage Obverse Reverse
50¢ Centennial Olympics half dollar (Swimming)[55]

(KM# 267)

Male Swimmer Mark of The Atlanta Committee for the Olympic with a torch and flame Cu 92%, Ni 8% 3,000,000 (max.):
77,962 S (proof)
49,533 S (uncirculated)
$1 Centennial Olympics dollar (Paralympic Track & Field)

(KM# 268)

Wheelchair athlete competing in a track and field event The Atlanta Committee for the Olympic Games mark with a torch and flame Ag 90%, Cu 10% 1,000,000 (max.):
84,280 P (proof)
14,497 D (uncirculated)
$1 Centennial Olympics dollar (Tennis)

(KM# 269)

Women playing tennis The Atlanta Committee for the Olympic Games mark with a torch and flame Ag 90%, Cu 10% 1,000,000 (max.):
92,016 P (proof)
15,983 D (uncirculated)
$5 Centennial Olympics half eagle (Cauldron)

(KM# 270)

The lighting of the Olympic flame The Atlanta Committee for the Olympic Games mark, encompassed by laurel leaves Au 90%, Ag 6%, Cu 4% 300,000 (max.):
38,555 W (proof)
9,210 W (uncirculated)
50¢ Centennial Olympics half dollar (Soccer)[55]

(KM# 271)

Women playing soccer 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 Cu 92%, Ni 8% 3,000,000 (max.):
122,412 S (proof)
52,836 S (uncirculated)
$1 Centennial Olympics dollar (Rowing)

(KM# 272)

Men rowing The Atlanta Committee for the Olympic Games mark with a torch and flame Ag 90%, Cu 10% 1,000,000 (max.):
151,890 P (proof)
16,258 D (uncirculated)
$1 Centennial Olympics dollar (High Jump)

(KM# A272)

Athlete performing the "Fosbury Flop" The Atlanta Committee for the Olympic Games mark with a torch and flame Ag 90%, Cu 10% 1,000,000 (max.):
124,502 P (proof)
15,697 D (uncirculated)
$5 Centennial Olympics half eagle (Flag Bearer)

(KM# 274)

Athlete bearing a flag and a following crowd The Atlanta Committee for the Olympic Games mark, encompassed by laurel leaves Au 90%, Ag 6%, Cu 4% 300,000 (max.):
32,886 W (proof)
9,174 W (uncirculated)
$1 National Community Service dollar[56]

(KM# 275)

Standing figure of Liberty Inscribed with "Service for America" at center, encircled by a laurel wreath Ag 90%, Cu 10% 500,000 (max.):
101,543 S (proof)
23,500 S (uncirculated)
$1 Smithsonian 150th Anniversary dollar[57]

(KM# 276)

Smithsonian Institution, known as the Castle Allegorical figure atop the world Ag 90%, Cu 10% 650,000 (max.):
129,152 P (proof)
31,230 D (uncirculated)
$5 Smithsonian 150th Anniversary half eagle

(KM# 277)

Picture of James Smithson Smithsonian starburst symbol Au 90%, Ag 6%, Cu 4% 100,000 (max.):
29,474 W (proof)
9,068 W (uncirculated)

1997[edit]

Face Value Coin Obverse design Reverse design Composition Mintage Obverse Reverse
$1 Botanic Garden dollar[58]

(KM# 278)

Multi-arched French façade of the U.S. Botanic Garden a rose garland around a rose Ag 90%, Cu 10% 500,000 (max.)
264,528 P (proof)
57,272 P (uncirculated)
$1 Jackie Robinson dollar[59]

(KM# 279)

Jackie Robinson stealing home plate during the 1955 World Series 50th anniversary logo of the Jackie Robinson Foundation surrounded by "Rookie of the Year 1947," and "Hall of Fame 1962" Ag 90%, Cu 10% 200,000 (max.)
110,495 S (proof)
30,007 S (uncirculated)
$5 Jackie Robinson half eagle

(KM# 280)

Portrait of Jackie Robinson Inscription "Legacy of Courage" Au 90%, Ag 6%, Cu 4% 100,000 (max.)
24,072 W (proof)
5,202 W (uncirculated)
1997 Jackie Robinson Uncirculated Five Dollars (obverse).jpg 1997 Jackie Robinson Uncirculated Five Dollars (reverse).jpg
$1 Law Enforcement Officers Memorial dollar[60]

(KM# 281)

United States Park Police officers Robert Chelsey and Kelcy Stefansson making a rubbing of a fellow officer's name Emblem of the National Law Enforcement Memorial Ag 90%, Cu 10% 500,000 (max.)
110,428 P (proof)
28,575 P (uncirculated)
$5 Franklin Delano Roosevelt half eagle[61]

(KM# 282)

Portrait of President Roosevelt Presidential seal displayed at FDR's 1933 inaugural Au 90%, Ag 6%, Cu 4% 100,000 (max.)
29,474 W (proof)
11,894 W (uncirculated)
1997FranklinDelanoRooseveltGoldFiveDollar43obverse.png 1997FranklinDelanoRooseveltGoldFiveDollar43reverse.png

1998[edit]

Face Value Coin Obverse design Reverse design Composition Mintage Obverse Reverse
$1 Robert F. Kennedy dollar[62]

(KM# 287)

Robert F. Kennedy Seal of the United States Department of Justice and Seal of the United States Senate Ag 90%, Cu 10% 500,000 (authorized)
99,020 S (proof)
106,422 S (uncirculated)[63]
1998 Robert Kennedy Proof Dollar (obverse).jpg 1998 Robert Kennedy Proof Dollar (reverse).jpg
$1 Black Revolutionary War Patriots dollar[64]

(KM# 288)

Crispus Attucks Proposed Black Patriots Memorial Ag 90%, Cu 10% 500,000 (authorized)
75,070 S (proof)
37,210 S (uncirculated)[63]

1999[edit]

Face Value Coin Obverse design Reverse design Composition Mintage Obverse Reverse
$1 Dolley Madison dollar

(KM# 298)

Dolley Madison Image of Montpelier Ag 90%, Cu 10% 500,000 (authorized)
158,247 P (proof)
22,948 P (uncirculated)
1999 Dolley Madison Proof Obv.jpg
$1 Yellowstone National Park dollar

(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 Ag 90%, Cu 10% 500,000 (authorized)
128,646 P (proof)
23,614 P (uncirculated)
1999YellowstoneNationalParkSilverDollar obv.jpg
$5 George Washington half eagle

(KM# 300)

Profile of George Washington Traditional view of a bald eagle Au 90%, Ag 6%, Cu 4% 100,000 (authorized)
41,693 W (proof)
22,511W (uncirculated)
1999 half eagle.tif

2000s[edit]

2000[edit]

Face Value Coin Obverse design Reverse design Composition Mintage Obverse Reverse
$1 Library of Congress dollar

(KM# 311)

Depicts an open book superimposed over the torch of learning Architectural rendering of the dome on the Library of Congress' Jefferson building Ag 90%, Cu 10% 500,000 (authorized)
196,900 P (proof)
52,771 P (uncirculated)
$10 Library of Congress eagle

(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 Au 48%, Pt 48%, alloy 4% 200,000W (authorized)
27,167 W (proof)
6,683 W (uncirculated)
$1 Leif Ericson Millennium dollar

(KM# 313)

Portrait of Leif Ericson Ericson's ship under full sail Ag 90%, Cu 10% 500,000 (authorized)
58,612 P (proof)
28,150 P (uncirculated)
Kr 1,000 Leif Ericson Millennium 1,000 Krona coin Image of Stirling Calder’s sculpture of Leif Ericson An eagle, a dragon, a bull and the giant from the Icelandic Coat of Arms. Ag 90%, Cu 10% 150,000 (authorized)
15,947 (P) (proof)

2001[edit]

Face Value Coin Obverse design Reverse design Composition Mintage Obverse Reverse
$1 American Buffalo dollar

(KM# 325)

Buffalo nickel obverse Buffalo nickel reverse Ag 90%, Cu 10% 500,000 (authorized)
272,869 P (proof)
197,131 D (uncirculated)
50¢ U.S. Capitol Visitor Center half dollar

(KM# 323)

Original capitol building within an outline of the present day Capitol 16 stars and the inscription "32 Senators; 106 House Members" Cu 92%, Ni 8% 750,000 (authorized)
77,962 P (proof)
99,157 P (uncirculated)
$1 U.S. Capitol Visitor Center dollar

(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" Ag 90%, Cu 10% 500,000 (authorized)
143,793 P (proof)
66,636 P (uncirculated)
$5 U.S. Capitol Visitor Center half eagle

(KM# 326)

Corinthian column Image of the original Capitol building Au 90%, Ag 6%, Cu 4% 100,000 (authorized)
27,652 W (proof)
6,761 W (uncirculated)

2002[edit]

Face Value Coin Obverse design Reverse design Composition Mintage Obverse Reverse
$1 2002 Winter Olympics dollar

(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 Ag 90%, Cu 10% 400,000 (authorized)
142,873 P (proof)
35,388 P (uncirculated)
$5 2002 Winter Olympics half eagle

(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 Au 90%, Ag 6%, Cu 4% 80,000 (authorized)
32,877 W (proof)
10,585 W (uncirculated)
$1 West Point Bicentennial dollar

(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 Ag 90%, Cu 10% 500,000 (authorized)
288,293 W (proof)
103,201 W (uncirculated)

2003[edit]

Face Value Coin Obverse design Reverse design Composition Mintage Obverse Reverse
50¢ First in Flight Centennial half dollar

(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 Cu 92%, Ni 8% 750,000 (authorized)
109,710 P (proof)
57,122 P (uncirculated)
$1 First in Flight Centennial dollar

(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 Ag 90%, Cu 10% 500,000 (authorized)
190,240 P (proof)
53,533 P (uncirculated)
$10 First in Flight Centennial eagle

(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 Au 90%, Ag 6%, Cu 4% 100,000 (authorized)
21,676 P (proof)
10,009 P (uncirculated)

2004[edit]

Face Value Coin Obverse design Reverse design Composition Mintage Obverse Reverse
$1 Thomas Alva Edison dollar

(KM# 362)

Portrait of the Thomas Edison holding an early experimental light bulb in his laboratory Rendering of Edison's first light bulb Ag 90%, Cu 10% 500,000 (authorized)
213,409 P (proof)
68,031 P (uncirculated)
$1 Lewis & Clark Bicentennial dollar

(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 Ag 90%, Cu 10% 500,000 (authorized)
288,492 P (proof)
90,323 P (uncirculated)

2005[edit]

Face Value Coin Obverse design Reverse design Composition Mintage Obverse Reverse
$1 Chief Justice John Marshall dollar

(KM# 375)

Profile of Chief Justice John Marshall A view of the Old Supreme Court Chamber. Ag 90%, Cu 10% 400,000 (authorized)
141,993 P (proof)
48,953 P (uncirculated)
$1 Marine Corps 230th Anniversary dollar

(KM# 376)

Historic flag raising on Iwo Jima Eagle, Globe, and Anchor Ag 90%, Cu 10% 600,000 (authorized)
370,000 P (proof)
130,000 P (uncirculated)

2006[edit]

Face Value Coin Obverse design Reverse design Composition Mintage Obverse Reverse
$1 Benjamin Franklin dollar (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 Ag 90%, Cu 10% 250,000 (authorized)
142,000 P (proof)
58,000 P (uncirculated)
$1 Benjamin Franklin dollar (Founding Father)

(KM# 388)

An image of Benjamin Franklin Taken from a 1776 Continental Dollar, featuring designs originally created by Benjamin Franklin Ag 90%, Cu 10% 250,000 (authorized)
142,000 P (proof)
58,000 P (uncirculated)
$1 San Francisco Old Mint

dollar

(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 Ag 90%, Cu 10% 500,000 (authorized)
255,700 S (proof)
65,609 S (uncirculated)
$5 San Francisco Old Mint half dollar

(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 Au 90%, Ag 6%, Cu 4% 100,000 (authorized)
41,517 S (proof)
16,230 S (uncirculated)

2007[edit]

Face Value Coin Obverse design Reverse design Composition Mintage Obverse Reverse
$1 Jamestown 400th Anniversary dollar

(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 Ag 90%, Cu 10% 500,000 (authorized)
258,802 P (proof)
79,801 P (uncirculated)
$5 Jamestown 400th Anniversary

half eagle

(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 Au 90%, Ag 6%, Cu 4% 100,000 (authorized)
47,050 W (proof)
18,843 W (uncirculated)
$1 Little Rock Central High School Desegregation dollar[65]

(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 Ag 90%, Cu 10% 500,000 (authorized)
124,618 P (proof)
66,093 P (uncirculated)

2008[edit]

Face Value Coin Obverse design Reverse design Composition Mintage Obverse Reverse
50¢ Bald Eagle half dollar

(KM# 438)

Two baby eaglets settled in a nest with an unhatched egg The famous eagle "Challenger" with the American flag in the background Cu 92%, Ni 8% 750,000 (authorized)
222,577 S (proof)
120,180 S (uncirculated)
$1 Bald Eagle dollar

(KM# 439)

Bald eagle in flight The Great Seal from 1782-1841 Ag 90%, Cu 10% 500,000 (authorized)
243,558 P (proof)
110,073 P (uncirculated)
$5 Bald Eagle half eagle

(KM# 440)

Two young eaglets resting on a branch in their natural habitat The current Great Seal Au 90%, Ag 6%, Cu 4% 100,000 (authorized)
59,269 W (proof)
13,467 W (uncirculated)

2009[edit]

Face Value Coin Obverse design Reverse design Composition Mintage Obverse Reverse
$1 Abraham Lincoln Bicentennial dollar[66]

(KM# 454)

President Lincoln's bust Excerpt of Gettysburg Address Ag 90%, Cu 10% 500,000 (authorized)
375,000 P (proof)
125,000 P (uncirculated)
$1 Louis Braille Bicentennial

dollar

(KM# 455)

Louis Braille's Bust Child reading a book in Braille Ag 90%, Cu 10% 400,000 (authorized)
135,235 P (proof)
82,639 P (uncirculated)
$20 Saint-Gaudens high relief double eagle Saint-Gaudens double eagle obverse with 50 stars Saint-Gaudens double eagle reverse Ag 99.9% ---- W

2010s[edit]

2010[edit]

Face Value Coin Obverse design Reverse design Composition Mintage Obverse Reverse
$1 American Veterans Disabled for Life dollar[67]

(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 Ag 90%, Cu 10% 350,000 (authorized)
189,881 W (proof)
77,859 W (uncirculated)
$1 Boy Scouts of America Centennial dollar[68]

(KM# 480)

Cub Scout in the foreground with a Boy Scout and female Venturer in the background saluting Boy Scouts of America universal emblem Ag 90%, Cu 10% 350,000 (authorized)
245,000 P (proof)
105,000 P (uncirculated)[69]
see article: Boy Scouts of America centennial silver dollar

2011[edit]

Face Value Coin Obverse design Reverse design Composition Mintage Obverse Reverse
$1 Medal of Honor dollar[70]

(KM# 504)

Current versions of the Army, Navy and Air Force Medals of Honor A soldier carrying a wounded comrade Ag 90%, Cu 10% 500,000 (authorized)
112,850 P (proof)
44,769 S (uncirculated)
$5 Medal of Honor half eagle

(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 Au 90%, Ag 6%, Cu 4% 100,000 (authorized)
18,012 S (proof)
8,251 S (uncirculated)
50¢ United States Army half dollar[71]

(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 Cu 92%, Ni 8% 750,000 (authorized)
68,349 S (proof)
39,461 D (uncirculated)
$1 United States Army dollar

(KM# 507)

Male and female soldiers Great Seal of the United States surrounded by seven virtues of the Army Ag 90%, Cu 10% 500,000 (authorized)
119,829 S (proof)
43,517 S (uncirculated)[72]
$5 United States Army half eagle

(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 Au 90%, Ag 6%, Cu 4% 100,000 (authorized)
17,173 P (proof)
8,062 P (uncirculated)

2012[edit]

Face Value Coin Obverse design Reverse design Composition Mintage Obverse Reverse
$1 Infantry Soldier dollar[73]

(KM# 529)

Modern infantryman advancing Crossed rifles insignia, the branch insignia of the Infantry Ag 90%, Cu 10% 350,000[74] (authorized)
161,151 W (Proof)
44,348 W (Uncirculated)
$1 Star-Spangled Banner dollar[75]

(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 Ag 90%, Cu 10% 500,000 (authorized)
168,981 P (Proof)
41,679 S (Uncirculated)
$5 Star-Spangled Banner half eagle[75]

(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 Au 90%, Ag 6%, Cu 4% 100,000 (authorized)
18,299 W (Proof)
7,006 W (Uncirculated)

2013[edit]

Face Value Coin Obverse design Reverse design Composition Mintage Obverse Reverse
$1 Girl Scouts of the USA dollar[76]

(KM# 552)

Three girls representing the different ages and diversity The iconic trefoil/profiles symbol of the Girl Scouts of the USA Ag 90%, Cu 10% 350,000 (authorized)
86,355 W (Proof)
37,462 W (Uncirculated)
50¢ 5-Star Generals half dollar[77]

(KM# 554)

Henry H. Arnold and Omar N. Bradley The heraldic crest of Fort Leavenworth, site of the CGSC Cu 92%, Ni 8% 750,000 (authorized)
47,326 S (Proof)
38,095 P (Uncirculated)
$1 5-Star Generals dollar

(KM# 553)

George C. Marshall and Dwight D. Eisenhower The Leavenworth Lamp, the symbol of the CGSC Ag 90%, Cu 10% 500,000 (authorized)
69,283 S (Proof)
34,638 W (Uncirculated)
$5 5-Star Generals half eagle

(KM# 555)

Douglas MacArthur The Leavenworth Lamp, the symbol of the CGSC Au 90%, Ag 6%, Cu 4% 100,000 (authorized)
15,834 S (Proof)
5,667 P (Uncirculated)

2014[edit]

Face Value Coin Obverse design Reverse design Composition Mintage Obverse Reverse
$1 Civil Rights Act of 1964 dollar[78]

(KM#: 579)

Three people holding hands at a civil rights march Three flames intertwined Ag 90%, Cu 10% 350,000 (authorized)
61,992 P (Proof)
24,720 P (Uncirculated)
50¢ National Baseball Hall of Fame half dollar[79]

(KM#: 576)

Baseball glove Baseball Cu 92%, Ni 8% 750,000 (authorized)
257,173 S (Proof)
176,446 D (Uncirculated)
$1 National Baseball Hall of Fame

dollar

(KM#: 577)

Baseball glove Baseball Ag 90%, Cu 10% 400,000 (authorized)
268,076 P (Proof)
131,924 P (Uncirculated)
$5 National Baseball Hall of Fame half eagle

(KM#: 578)

Baseball glove Baseball Au 90%, Ag 6%, Cu 4% 50,000 (authorized)
32,427 W (Proof)
17,677 W (Uncirculated)
50¢ 50th Anniversary Gold Kennedy half dollar[80] Kennedy half dollar obverse Kennedy half dollar reverse Au 99.99% 75,000 (authorized)
---- W

2015[edit]

Face Value Coin Obverse design Reverse design Composition Mintage Obverse Reverse
50¢ U.S. Marshals Service 225th Anniversary half dollar[81]

(KM# 602)

Present day and old west US Marshal Lady Justice Cu 92%, Ni 8% 750,000 (authorized)
76,549 S (Proof)
38,149 D (Uncirculated)
$1 U.S. Marshals Service 225th Anniversary dollar

(KM# 605)

US Marshals Service Star Old West US Marshal Ag 90%, Cu 10% 500,000 (authorized)
124,329 P (Proof)
38,149 P (Uncirculated)
$5 U.S. Marshals Service 225th Anniversary half eagle

(KM# 610)

US Marshals Service Star Eagle With Draped Flag Au 90%, Ag 6%, Cu 4% 100,000 (authorized)
24,959 W (Proof)
6,743 W (Uncirculated)
$1 March of Dimes dollar[82]

(KM# 604)

President Franklin D. Roosevelt and Dr. Jonas Salk Baby in a Hand Ag 90%, Cu 10% 500,000 (authorized)
132,030 P (Proof)
24,742 P (Uncirculated)
$100 American Liberty high relief union Liberty holding a torch and U.S. Flag Bald eagle in flight Ag 99.99% 50,000 (authorized)
---- W

2016[edit]

Face Value Coin Obverse design Reverse design Composition Mintage Obverse Reverse
$1 Mark Twain dollar[83]

(KM# 622)

Mark Twain smoking a pipe Characters from several Mark Twain novels Ag 90%, Cu 10% 500,000 (authorized)
P mint (proof)
P mint (uncirculated)
$5 Mark Twain half eagle

(KM# 626)

Mark Twain portrait Steam boat with paddlewheel Au 90%, Ag 6%, Cu 4% 100,000 (authorized)
13,266 W (proof)
5,693 W (uncirculated)
50¢ National Park Service Centennial half dollar[84]

(KM# 644)

National Park Service National Park Service Logo Cu 92%, Ni 8% 500,000 (authorized)
---- S (proof)
---- D (uncirculated)
$1 National Park Service Centennial dollar

(KM# 645)

Old Faithful Geyser Heritage Culture Pride
National Park Service Logo
Ag 90%, Cu 10% 750,000 (authorized)
---- P (proof)
---- P (uncirculated)
$5 National Park Service Centennial

(KM# 646)

John Muir and Theodore Roosevelt National Park Service Logo Au 90%, Ag 6%, Cu 4% 100,000 (authorized)
---- W (proof)
---- W (uncirculated)
10¢ Centennial Mercury dime Mercury dime obverse Mercury dime reverse Au 99.99% 125,000 (authorized)
---- W (uncirculated)
25¢ Centennial Standing Liberty quarter Standing Liberty quarter obverse Standing Liberty quarter reverse Au 99.99% 100,000 (authorized)
---- W (uncirculated)
50¢ Centennial Walking Liberty half dollar Walking Liberty half dollar obverse Walking Liberty half dollar reverse Au 99.99% 70,000 (authorized)
---- W (uncirculated)
medal American Liberty medal Liberty holding a torch and U.S. Flag Bald eagle in flight Ag 99.9% ---- S

---- W

2017[edit]

Face Value Coin Obverse design Reverse design Composition Mintage Obverse Reverse
$1 Lions Clubs International Centennial dollar[85]

(KM# 658)

Melvin Jones, founder Male and female lion Ag 90%, Cu 10% 400,000 (authorized)

---- P (proof)

---- P (uncirculated)

50¢ Boys Town Centennial half dollar

(KM# 659)

Boys Town Monument Boys Town Home Cu 92%, Ni 8% 300,000 (authorized)

---- S (proof)

---- D (uncirculated)

$1 Boys Town Centennial dollar

(KM# 660)

Girl sitting under an oak branch Children playing under an oak tree Ag 90%, Cu 10% 350,000 (authorized)

---- P (proof)

---- P (uncirculated)

$5 Boys Town Centennial half eagle

(KM# 661)

Fr Edward Flanagan Hand holding a young oak tree Au 90%, Ag 6%, Cu 4% 50,000 (authorized)

---- W (proof)

---- W (uncirculated)

$100 American Liberty 225th Anniversary union Lady Liberty Soaring American Bald Eagle Au 99.99% 100,000 (authorized)

---- W

medal American Liberty 225th Anniversary medal Lady Liberty Soaring American Bald Eagle Ag 99.99% ---- P

2018[edit]

Face Value Coin Obverse design Reverse design Composition Mintage Obverse Reverse
$1 World War I Centennial dollar[86] Soldier holding rifle Poppies in barbed wire Ag 90%, Cu 10% 350,000 (authorized)
---- P (proof)
---- P (uncirculated)
medal World War I Centennial Army medal Soldier cutting a barbed wire, while another aims his rifle Military service mark of the United States Army Ag 90%, Cu 10% ---- W
medal World War I Centennial Marine Corps medal Marine stands guard while another kneels WWI-era version of the Emblem of the United States Marine Corps Ag 90%, Cu 10% ---- S
medal World War I Centennial Navy medal Destroyer and two kite baloons Officer’s Cap Device Ag 90%, Cu 10% ---- P
medal World War I Centennial Air Service medal Two views of the SPAD S.XIII Military Aviator Insignia Ag 90%, Cu 10% ---- D
medal World War I Centennial Coast Guard medal Lifeboat from the USCGC Seneca WWI-era version of the Emblem of the United States Coast Guard Ag 90%, Cu 10% ---- P
50¢ Breast Cancer Awareness half dollar[87] Two Women Tiger Swallowtail Butterfly Cu 92%, Ni 8% 750,000 (authorized)
-----S (proof)
---- D (uncirculated)
$1 Breast Cancer Awareness dollar[88] Two Women Tiger Swallowtail Butterfly Ag 90%, Cu 10% 400,000 (authorized)
---- P (proof)
---- P (uncirculated)
$5 Breast Cancer Awareness half eagle[89] Two Women Tiger Swallowtail Butterfly Au 85%, Cu 14.8%, Zn .2% 50,000 (authorized)
---- W (proof)
---- W (uncirculated)
$10 American Liberty 225th Anniversary eagle Lady Liberty Soaring American Bald Eagle Au 99.99% ---- W

2019[edit]

Face Value Coin Obverse design Reverse design Composition Mintage Obverse Reverse
50¢ Apollo 11 50th Anniversary half dollar[90] Lunar Footprint Buzz Aldrin on the Moon Cu 92%, Ni 8% 750,000 (authorized)
---- S (proof)
---- D (uncirculated)
$1 Apollo 11 50th Anniversary dollar[91] Lunar Footprint Buzz Aldrin on the Moon Ag 99.9% 400,000 (authorized)
---- P (proof)
---- P (uncirculated)
$1 Apollo 11 50th Anniversary dollar (5oz silver)[92] Lunar Footprint Buzz Aldrin on the Moon Ag 99.9% 100,000 (authorized)
---- P (proof)
$5 Apollo 11 50th Anniversary half eagle[93] Lunar Footprint Buzz Aldrin on the Moon Au 90%, Ag 6%, Cu 4% 50,000 (authorized)
---- W (proof)
---- W (uncirculated)
50¢ American Legion Centennial half dollar[94] Two Children American Flag, Pledge of Allegiance Cu 92%, Ni 8% 750,000 (authorized)
---- S (proof)
---- D (uncirculated)
$1 American Legion 100th Anniversary dollar[95] American Legion Emblem American Legion in Paris Ag 99.9% 400,000 (authorized)
---- P (proof)
---- P (uncirculated)
$5 American Legion 100th Anniversary half eagle[96] American Legion Eagle/American Legion Emblem Au 90%, Ag 6%, Cu 4% 50,000 (authorized)
---- W (proof)
---- W (uncirculated)
medal American Legion 100th Anniversary medal[97] Eagle preparing for flight, five stars representing the five branches of the military Field of stars with one star missing Silver 10,000 (authorized)
---- (P)
$100 American Liberty high relief union[98] TBA TBA 99.99% Au
medal American Liberty high relief medal TBA TBA 99.9% Ag

2020s[edit]

2020[edit]

Face Value Coin Obverse design Reverse design Composition Mintage Obverse Reverse
50¢ Basketball Hall of Fame half dollar [99] TBA Basketball[99] Cu 92%, Ni 8% 750,000 (authorized)
$1 Basketball Hall of Fame dollar[99] TBA Basketball[99] Ag 99.9% 400,000 (authorized)
$5 Basketball Hall of Fame half eagle[99] TBA Basketball[99] Au 90%, Ag 6%, Cu 4% 50,000 (authorized)
$10 Mayflower 400th Anniversary eagle[100] TBA TBA Au

See also[edit]

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