1991 Korean War Memorial Commemorative Silver Dollar - Proof$ 59.95 $ 39.95 1KOR1991PR
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1991 Korean War Memorial Commemorative Silver Dollar - ProofPrice: $ 59.95 $ 39.95 SKU: 1KOR1991PR
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In 1991 commemorative silver dollars were produced to observe the 38th anniversary of the end of the Korean War (originally called the Korean Conflict) and to honor those who served there.
- The obverse design of the Korean commemorative dollar is by John Mercanti. Featured are two F-86 Sabrejet fighter aircraft flying to the right, a helmeted soldier carrying a backpack climbing a hill, and the inscriptions: THIRTY EIGHTH/ ANNIVERSARY / COMMEMORATIVE / KOREA / IN GOD / WE TRUST /1953/1991. At the bottom of the coin are five Navy ships above the word LIBERTY.
- The reverse of the Korean War anniversary silver dollar, the work of T. James Ferrell, depicts an outline map of North and South Korea, divided. An eagle's head (representing the United States) is depicted to the right. Near the bottom is the symbol of Korea. Inscriptions included E / PLURIBUS / UNUM (in three lines), ONE DOLLAR, and UNITED STATES OF AMERICA.
- One Proof condition Korean War Memorial silver dollar made of 90% silver and struck at the Philadelphia Mint in original government packaging.