The US silver dollar was once a popular circulation coin, but it was last issued in earnest in 1935 when the Peace Dollar was in production. In the modern era, the US silver dollar has been available as a commemorative format celebrating the important people, places, and events in American history. Right now, $1 US Mint Silver Commemorative Coins are available to purchase online in varied conditions online at Silver.com.
- Ships to you in a protective plastic flip!
- $1 commemorative coins issued as of 1983!
- Available in varied conditions!
- Consists of .7734 Troy ounce of actual silver content.
- Bears a face value of $1 (USD) backed by the federal government.
- The obverse and reverse images vary and represent numerous possible releases.
- Please keep in mind that you can get coins with matching dates, designs, and conditions when buying more than one.
Each of these $1 US Mint Silver Commemorative Coins comes to you with a protective plastic flip and is available in varied conditions. The condition of the coins available here can range from brand-new to those with different levels of wear and tear present or production flaws visible.
Silver.com selects all coins in this listing at random once your payment has been processed. We are not able to guarantee the exact condition of the coin you receive or the specific design present on its surface. Keep in mind that buying more than one coin can result in getting coins with the same dates, designs, and conditions.
The obverse and reverse images found on these $1 US Mint Silver Commemorative Coins vary based on the occasion for which the coin was released. Examples of coins you could receive in this listing include the 1990 Eisenhower Dollar, the 1991 Korean War Memorial Dollar, or the 2019 American Legion Dollar.
The 1991 Korean War Memorial Dollar was issued to mark the 38th anniversary of the conclusion of the Korean War in 1953. The coin features an obverse design with an American soldier climbing a hill in the midst of the fight as US jets fly overhead and US Navy vessels are depicted in the foreground offshore of the Korean peninsula. The reverse features the Korean peninsula divided along the 38th parallel with an American bald eagle to the right of the peninsula design.
Most of the $1 US Mint Silver Commemorative Coins in this listing are 90% silver coins. The US Mint initially used 90% silver and 10% copper in the production of its commemorative silver dollars, the same composition of the previous circulation coins. However, some of the more recent issues have .999 fine silver content to appeal to modern collectors.
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