US Commemorative Dollar Uncirculated 1991-D USO

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  • Description:

    The United Service Organizations strives to fulfill its entity wide mission to provide service to those who serve. It has been doing so since its inception in 1941, with the exception of a brief period of inoperation just after the end of World War II. Today, the USO has over 200 locations in 14 countries around the world. It is estimated that the USO has served over 35 million Americans since its inception. The 1991 Uncirculated USO Silver dollar was launched on June 14, Flag Day, in 1991. The designs were actually a result of a competition between US Mint staff and five outside artists.

    The obverse of the 1991 Uncirculated United Service Organizations Silver dollar is rather simple. It shows only the USO Pendant with the inscription 50th Anniversary written above it. The font is rather fancy in order to stand out from the typical mottos found on all other US coinage. The designer, Robert Lamb of Rhode Island, won the design competition. The reverse is far more involved. An eagle rests atop the earth biting down on a banner on which USO is inscribed. Under the eagle is the USO motto “Fifty Years Service to Service People”. Above the eagle is “United States of America”. The reverse was designed by US Mint sculptor and engraver, John Mercanti.

    The 1991 Uncirculated United Service Organizations Commemorative Silver dollar has a mintage of 124,958 coins. This is a fraction of the proof coins minted for the same commemoration. If you have any questions regarding this or any commemorative coin, please call our knowledgeable staff at (800) 735-1311.

  • Details:
    • Denomination: $1
    • Year: 1991
    • Diameter: 26.5 mm
    • Mint Mark: D
    • Thickness: 2 mm
    • Grade: Ungraded

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