American Veterans Disabled for Life Silver Dollar

2010 American Veterans Disabled for Life Silver Dollar

Obverse:

  • Features the legs and boots of three veterans with the inscription “They Stood Up for Us.”
  • Designed and sculpted by Don Everhart.

Reverse:

  • Features a wreath of oak branches wrapped in ribbon with a forget-me-not flower at the base. An inscription reads “Take This Moment to Honor Our Disabled Defenders of Freedom.”
  • Designed and sculpted by Don Everhart.

Coin Details:

  • The American Veterans Disabled for Life Silver Dollars will be offered in uncirculated and proof versions. Production will take place at the West Point Mint with coins bearing the “W” mint mark.
  • The maximum authorized mintage is 350,000 coins across both options.
  • Composition of 90% silver, 10% copper.
  • The sales price of the coins includes a $10 surcharge, which will be paid to the Disabled Veterans’ LIFE Memorial Foundation to establish an endowment for the construction of the American Veteran’s Disabled for Life Memorial in Washington, DC.

Where to find:

  • The Disabled Veterans Silver Dollar will be sold directly by the United States Mint. Sales began on February 25,  2010. Coins will remain on sale until the maximum authorized mintage is sold, or a sales cut off date in mid-December 2010.
  • Introductory pricing in effect from February 25 to March 29, 2010 is $33.95 for the uncirculated version of the coin and $39.95 for the proof version. After March 29, 2010, regular pricing of $35.95 for uncirculated and $43.95 for proof coins will go into effect.
  • As of March 15, 2010, the US Mint sold a combined 153,936 coins. View the latest US Mint Sales Reports.

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