1994 Women in Military Service Uncirculated Silver Dollar

Item Number: 72587
Product Type:  Coin
Size: 1 1/2 inch (38.1mm) Round
Material: 0.86 oz .900 Silver uncirculated
(0.7734 oz of Silver)

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1994 Women in Military Service Uncirculated Silver Dollar

The United States Mint issued the Women in Military Service Silver Dollar to pay tribute to the female heroes that have dutifully served and fought for their country throughout the years. The coin also highlights the Memorial created for female Veterans and helped raise money for that cause.

The silver dollar, minted in 90% silver and containing 0.7734 Troy oz of silver, has a diameter of 38.1mm and a weight of 26.73 grams. The coin’s obverse was designed by T. James Ferrell and carries a series of portraits featuring servicewomen in all five branches of the United States military. The reverse, by Thomas D. Rodgers Sr., shows the approved design of the Women in Military Service for America Memorial, officially opened to the public on October 20, 1997.

Minted in 1996 by the US Mint, this coin is in uncirculated condition and includes the original US Mint packaging with certificate of authenticity. This coin makes a fine addition to any collection and offers a unique way to show support to our men and women in uniform. Whether you’re looking to add to or complete a collection, or simply wish to enjoy a terrific reminder of American history and culture, own the 1994 Women in Military Service Uncirculated Silver Dollar today.

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