Commemorative Values

Commemorative coins are a time-honored tradition dating back to ancient Greece, and they have been struck intermittently since the late 19th century. They are responsible for a number of firsts in U.S. coinage, including the first coin to have a U.S. president portrait and more. 

Learn the value and history behind the Silver Commemorative Coins honoring the 100th anniversary of Women’s Suffrage.
Learn the value and history behind the commemorative coin celebrating West Point’s Bicentennial.
Learn about the history and values of the US Army commemorative coins struck in Silver and Gold.

All Commemorative Values Resources

Learn the value and history behind the Silver Commemorative Coins honoring the 100th anniversary of Women’s Suffrage.
Learn the value and history behind the commemorative coin celebrating West Point’s Bicentennial.
Learn about the history and values of the US Army commemorative coins struck in Silver and Gold.
Learn the value and history behind the 2004 commemorative coin celebrating Edison’s achievements.
Learn the history and value of the Silver and Gold Star Spangled Banner commemorative coins.
Learn the value and the history of the 2006 San Francisco Old Mint Centennial.
Learn about the Silver and Gold coins commemorating the Salt Lake City Olympics.
Learn about the coin commissioned to honor the history of the Negro Leagues Baseball.
Learn the value and history behind these historic coins celebrating national law enforcement.
Learn the value and history of the National Purple Heart Hall of Honor Commemorative Coins.
Learn the value and the history behind the commemorative coins celebrating the 100th Anniversary of the NPS.
Learn the values and history of the National Baseball Hall of Fame commemorative coins.
Learn the values and history of the 2011 Medal of Honor commemorative coins.
Learn the values and history of the Marine Corps’ 230th Anniversary commemorative coins.
Learn the values and history of March of Dimes 75th anniversary commemorative coins.
Learn the value and history of Louis Braille commemorative coins.
Learn the value and history of Little Rock commemorative coins.
Learn the value and history of the Lions Club Intl Commemorative Coins.
Learn the value and history of the Lewis and Clark Silver dollar.
Learn the value and history of the Jamestown 400th Anniversary commemorative coins.
Learn the history and value of the Infantry Solider commemorative coin struck in 2012.

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