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Boy Scouts Silver Dollar Coin Auctions

The Boy Scouts Silver Dollar Coins were created first and foremost to commemorate more than 3.5 million of the Boy Scouts of America members in conjunction of the organization’s centennial anniversary in February 2010. The Boy Scouts of America Centennial Commemorative Coin Act was officially signed on October 8, 2008, which the minting and issuing of the commemorative silver dollar coins are made by the United States Mint, as authorized […]

Modern Commemorative coins 1995 – present

1982-94 Commemorative coins

Modern US Commemorative coin Auctions

The mintage of modern commemorative coins in the United States started in 1982, after the years when no commemorative coins were issued from 1955-1981. The first modern commemorative coin—a half dollar—was issued to honor the 250th birthday of George Washington, the founding father and First President of the U.S. There are two versions of this coin: the uncirculated and proof. The former was issued by the Denver Mint and the […]

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