List of United States commemorative coins and medals (1990s)

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1990[edit]

Non-circulating coins[edit]

Face value Coin Obverse design Reverse design Composition Mintage Available Obverse Reverse
$1 Eisenhower Centennial dollar[1] 2 profiles of Eisenhower Eisenhower's house near Gettysburg, PA, now part of Eisenhower Nat'l Historic Site Ag 90%, Cu 10% Authorized:

4,000,000 (max)

Uncirculated:

241,669 W

Proof:

1,144,461 P

1990

1991[edit]

Non-circulating coins[edit]

Face value Coin Obverse design Reverse design Composition Mintage Available Obverse Reverse
50¢ Mount Rushmore Anniversary half dollar[2] Mount Rushmore American Bison Cu 92%, Ni 8% Authorized:

2,500,000 (max)

Uncirculated:

172,754 D

Proof:

753,257 S

1991 1991 Mount Rushmore-Proof Half Dollar (reverse).jpg
$1 Mount Rushmore Anniversary dollar[3] Mount Rushmore Great Seal of the United States and United States map Ag 90%, Cu 10% Authorized:

2,500,000 (max)

Uncirculated:

133,139 P

Proof:

738,419 S

1991 1991 Mount Rushmore Dollar (obverse).jpg 1991 Mount Rushmore Dollar (reverse).jpg
$5 Mount Rushmore Anniversary half eagle[4] Eagle flying over Mount Rushmore The words "Mount Rushmore National Memorial" Au 90%, Ag 6%, Cu 4% Authorized:

500,000 (max)

Uncirculated:

31,959 W

Proof:

111,991 W

1991
$1 Korean War Memorial dollar[5] Soldier Map of Korea and a bald eagle Ag 90%, Cu 10% Authorized:

1,000,000 (max)

Uncirculated:

213,049 D

Proof:

618,488 P

1991
$1 USO 50th Anniversary dollar[6] USO pennant and the words "50th Anniversary" Eagle on top of a globe Ag 90%, Cu 10% Authorized:

1,000,000 (max)

Uncirculated:

124,958 D

Proof:

321,275 S

1991

1992[edit]

Non-circulating coins[edit]

Face value Coin Obverse design Reverse design Composition Mintage Available Obverse Reverse
50¢ 1992 Summer Olympics half dollar[7] Gymnast "Citius, Altius, Fortius," the Olympic torch and a branch Cu 92%, Ni 8% Authorized:

6,000,000 (max)

Uncirculated:

161,607 P

Proof:

519,645 S

1992
$1 1992 Summer Olympics dollar[8] Pitcher Olympic rings, two olive branches, shield, and "USA" Ag 90%, Cu 10% Authorized:

4,000,000 (max)

Uncirculated:

187,552 D

Proof:

504,505 S

1992
$5 1992 Summer Olympics half eagle[9] Sprinter Olympic rings and the Great Seal of the United States Au 90%, Ag 6%, Cu 4% Authorized:

500,000 (max)

Uncirculated:

27,732 W

Proof:

77,313 W

1992
$1 White House Bicentennial dollar[10] The White House Bust of James Hoban Ag 90%, Cu 10% Authorized:

500,000 (max)

Uncirculated:

123,803 D

Proof:

375,851 W

1992
50¢ Christopher Columbus Quincentenary half dollar[11] Christopher Columbus landing on the New World Christopher Columbus and the Niña, Pinta, and Santa María Cu 92%, Ni 8% Authorized:

1,000,000 (max)

Uncirculated:

135,702 D

Proof:

390,154 S

1992 – 1993
$1 Christopher Columbus Quincentenary

dollar[12]

Christopher Columbus, a globe, and ships Half of a ship and half of the U.S. Space Shuttle Discovery Ag 90%, Cu 10% Authorized:

4,000,000 (max)

Uncirculated:

106,949 D

Proof:

385,241 P

1992 – 1993
$5 Christopher Columbus Quincentenary half eagle[13] Christopher Columbus facing a map of the Americas Coat of arms of Christopher Columbus Au 90%, Ag 6%, Cu 4% Authorized:

500,000 (max)

Uncirculated:

24,329 W

Proof:

79,730 W

1992 – 1993

1993[edit]

Non-circulating coins[edit]

Face value Coin Obverse design Reverse design Composition Mintage Available Obverse Reverse
50¢ Bill of Rights half dollar[14] James Madison and Montpelier. The Statue of Liberty's torch Ag 90%, Cu 10% Authorized:

1,000,000 (max)

Uncirculated:

193,346 W

Proof:

586,315 S

1993
$1 Bill of Rights dollar[15] James Madison Montpelier Ag 90%, Cu 10% Authorized:

900,000 (max)

Uncirculated:

98,383 D

Proof:

534,001 S

1993
$5 Bill of Rights half eagle[16] James Madison Madison quote, an eagle, torch, and laurel branch Au 90%, Ag 6%, Cu 4% Authorized:

300,000 (max)

Uncirculated:

22,266 W

Proof:

78,561 W

1993
50¢ World War II 50th Anniversary half dollar[17]

(dated 1991–1995)

Three soldiers and a V for victory Battle scene Cu 92%, Ni 8% Authorized:

2,000,000 (max)

Uncirculated:

197,072 P

Proof:

317,396 P

1993
$1 World War II 50th Anniversary dollar[18]

(dated 1991–1995)

U.S. soldier on Normandy Shoulder sleeve insignia of Supreme Headquarters Allied Expeditionary Force with Eisenhower quote Ag 90%, Cu 10% Authorized:

1,000,000 (max)

Uncirculated:

94,708 D

Proof:

342,041 W

1993
$5 World War II 50th Anniversary half eagle[19]

(dated 1991–1995)

U.S. soldier A V for victory, a quote by James Madison, an eagle, torch, and laurel branch Au 90%, Ag 6%, Cu 4% Authorized:

300,000 (max)

Uncirculated:

23,089 W

Proof:

65,461 W

1993

1994[edit]

Non-circulating coins[edit]

Face value Coin Obverse design Reverse design Composition Mintage Available Obverse Reverse
50¢ 1994 World Cup half dollar[20] Soccer Player 1994 World Cup Logo Cu 92%, Ni 8% Authorized:

5,000,000 (max)

Uncirculated:

168,208 D

Proof:

609,354 P

1994
$1 1994 World Cup dollar[21] Competing Soccer Players 1994 World Cup Logo Ag 90%, Cu 10% Authorized:

5,000,000 (max)

Uncirculated:

81,698 D

Proof:

576,978 S

1994
$5 1994 World Cup half eagle[22] World Cup Trophy 1994 World Cup logo Au 90%, Ag 6%, Cu 4% Authorized:

750,000 (max)

Uncirculated:

22,464 W

Proof:

89,619 W

1994
$1 Thomas Jefferson 250th Anniversary dollar[23]

(dated 1993)

Thomas Jefferson Monticello Ag 90%, Cu 10% Authorized:

600,000[24] (max)

Uncirculated:

266,927 P

Proof:

332,891 S

1994
$1 Vietnam War Memorial dollar[25] Outstretched hand touching a name on the Vietnam Veterans Memorial Three medals awarded during the Vietnam War Ag 90%, Cu 10% Authorized:

500,000 (max)

Uncirculated:

57,317 W

Proof:

226,262 P

1994
$1 Prisoners of War dollar[26] A chained eagle breaks free through a ring to represent "Freedom" Proposed design for the National Prisoner of War Museum Ag 90%, Cu 10% Authorized:

500,000 (max)

Uncirculated:

54,790 W

Proof:

220,100 P

1994
$1 Women in Military Service for America Memorial dollar[27] Servicewomen representing the five branches of the United States military Approved design of the Women In Military Service for America Memorial Ag 90%, Cu 10% Authorized:

500,000 (max)

Uncirculated:

53,054 W

Proof:

213,201 P

1994
$1 U.S. Capitol Bicentennial dollar[28] View of the Capitol dome An eagle, a shield, and American flags Ag 90%, Cu 10% Authorized:

500,000 (max)

Uncirculated:

68,352 D

Proof:

279,416 S

1994

1995[edit]

Non-circulating coins[edit]

Face value Coin Obverse design Reverse design Composition Mintage Available Obverse Reverse
50¢ Civil War Battlefield half dollar[29] Civil War drummer boy Battlefield scene; inscription “Enriching Our Future By Preserving Our Past” Cu 92%, Ni 8% Authorized:

2,000,000 (max)

Uncirculated:

119,520 S

Proof:

330,099 S

1995
$1 Civil War Battlefield dollar[30] Infantryman raising a canteen to the lips of a wounded foe Quotation from Joshua Chamberlain: "In great deeds something abides. On great fields something stays. Forms change and pass, bodies disappear, but spirits linger to consecrate ground for the visionplace of souls." Ag 90%, Cu 10% Authorized:

1,000,000 (max)

Uncirculated:

45,866 P

Proof:

330,002 S

1995
$5 Civil War Battlefield half eagle[31] Civil War bugler on horseback Bald eagle Au 90%, Ag 6%, Cu 4% Authorized:

300,000 (max)

Uncirculated:

12,735 W

Proof:

55,246 W

1995
50¢ Centennial Olympics half dollar (Basketball)[32] Men's basketball The Atlanta Committee for the Olympic Games mark superimposed over a globe Cu 92%, Ni 8% Authorized:

2,000,000 (max)

Uncirculated:

171,001 S

Proof:

169,655 S

1995
50¢ Centennial Olympics half dollar (Baseball)[33] Men's baseball The Atlanta Committee for the Olympic Games mark superimposed over a globe Cu 92%, Ni 8% Authorized:

2,000,000 (max)

Uncirculated:

164,605 S

Proof:

118,087 S

1995
$1 Centennial Olympics dollar (Paralympic Running)[34] Blind tethered runner and the Paralympic mark Clasped hands symbolizing brotherhood and team spirit Ag 90%, Cu 10% Authorized:

750,000 (max)

Uncirculated:

28,649 D

Proof:

138,337 P

1995
$1 Centennial Olympics dollar (Gymnastics)[35] Men's gymnastics Clasped hands symbolizing brotherhood and team spirit Ag 90%, Cu 10% Authorized:

750,000 (max)

Uncirculated:

42,497 D

Proof:

182,676 P

1995
$1 Centennial Olympics dollar (Cycling)[36] Men cycling Clasped hands symbolizing brotherhood and team spirit Ag 90%, Cu 10% Authorized:

750,000 (max)

Uncirculated:

19,662 D

Proof:

118,795 P

1995
$1 Centennial Olympics dollar (Track & Field)[37] Men's track and field competition Clasped hands symbolizing brotherhood and team spirit Ag 90%, Cu 10% Authorized:

750,000 (max)

Uncirculated

24,796 D

Proof:

136,935 P

1995
$5 Centennial Olympics half eagle (Torch Runner)[38] Runner carrying torch Side view of a bald eagle with a banner in its beak Au 90%, Ag 6%, Cu 4% Authorized:

175,000 (max)

Uncirculated:

14,675 W

Proof:

57,442 W

1995
$5 Centennial Olympics half eagle (Stadium)[39] Picture of the Olympic Stadium Side view of a bald eagle with a banner in its beak Au 90%, Ag 6%, Cu 4% Authorized:

175,000 (max)

Uncirculated:

10,579 W

Proof:

43,124 W

1995
$1 Special Olympics World Games dollar[40] Special Olympics founder Eunice Kennedy Shriver Special Olympics Medal, a rose and quote Ag 90%, Cu 10% Authorized:

800,000 (max)

Uncirculated:

89,301 W

Proof:

351,764 P

1995

1996[edit]

Non-circulating coins[edit]

Face value Coin Obverse design Reverse design Composition Mintage Available Obverse Reverse
50¢ Centennial Olympics half dollar (Swimming)[41] Male Swimmer Mark of The Atlanta Committee for the Olympic with a torch and flame Cu 92%, Ni 8% Authorized:

3,000,000 (max)

Uncirculated:

49,533 S

Proof:

77,962 S

1996
50¢ Centennial Olympics half dollar (Soccer)[41] Women playing soccer Atlanta Committee for the Olympic Games mark with a flame, torch, rings, a Greek column and a "100" to mark the centennial of the Modern Olympic Games Cu 92%, Ni 8% Authorized:

3,000,000 (max)

Uncirculated:

52,836 S

Proof:

122,412 S

1996
$1 Centennial Olympics dollar (Paralympic Track & Field) Wheelchair athlete competing in a track and field event The Atlanta Committee for the Olympic Games mark with a torch and flame Ag 90%, Cu 10% Authorized:

1,000,000 (max)

Uncirculated:

14,497 D

Proof:

84,280 P

1996
$1 Centennial Olympics dollar (Tennis) Women playing tennis The Atlanta Committee for the Olympic Games mark with a torch and flame Ag 90%, Cu 10% Authorized:

1,000,000 (max)

Uncirculated:

15,983 D

Proof:

92,016 P

1996
$1 Centennial Olympics dollar (Rowing) Men rowing The Atlanta Committee for the Olympic Games mark with a torch and flame Ag 90%, Cu 10% Authorized:

1,000,000 (max)

Uncirculated:

16,258 D

Proof:

151,890 P

1996
$1 Centennial Olympics dollar (High Jump) Athlete performing the "Fosbury Flop" The Atlanta Committee for the Olympic Games mark with a torch and flame Ag 90%, Cu 10% Authorized:

1,000,000 (max)

Uncirculated:

15,697 D

Proof:

124,502 P

1996
$5 Centennial Olympics half eagle (Cauldron) The lighting of the Olympic flame The Atlanta Committee for the Olympic Games mark, encompassed by laurel leaves Au 90%, Ag 6%, Cu 4% Authorized:

300,000 (max)

Uncirculated:

9,210 W

Proof:

38,555 W

1996
$5 Centennial Olympics half eagle (Flag Bearer) Athlete bearing a flag and a following crowd The Atlanta Committee for the Olympic Games mark, encompassed by laurel leaves Au 90%, Ag 6%, Cu 4% Authorized:

300,000 (max)

Uncirculated:

9,174 W

Proof:

32,886 W

1996
$1 National Community Service dollar[42] Standing figure of Liberty Inscribed with "Service for America" at center, encircled by a laurel wreath Ag 90%, Cu 10% Authorized:

500,000 (max)

Uncirculated:

23,500 S

Proof:

101,543 S

1996
$1 Smithsonian 150th Anniversary dollar[43] Smithsonian Institution, known as the Castle Allegorical figure atop the world Ag 90%, Cu 10% Authorized:

650,000 (max)

Uncirculated:

31,230 D

Proof:

129,152 P

1996
$5 Smithsonian 150th Anniversary half eagle Picture of James Smithson Smithsonian starburst symbol Au 90%, Ag 6%, Cu 4% Authorized:

100,000 (max)

Uncirculated:

9,068 W

Proof:

29,474 W

1996

Circulating coins[edit]

Face value Coin Obverse design Reverse design Mintage Obverse Reverse
10¢ 50th anniversary Roosevelt dime [Note 1] Franklin D. Roosevelt Torch with branches of olive and oak Uncirculated:

1,457,000 W

1997[edit]

Non-circulating coins[edit]

Face value Coin Obverse design Reverse design Composition Mintage Available Obverse Reverse
$1 Botanic Garden dollar[44] Multi-arched French façade of the U.S. Botanic Garden A rose garland around a rose Ag 90%, Cu 10% Authorized:

500,000 (max)

Uncirculated:

57,272 P

Proof:

264,528 P

1997
$1 Jackie Robinson dollar[45] Jackie Robinson stealing home plate during the 1955 World Series 50th anniversary logo of the Jackie Robinson Foundation surrounded by "Rookie of the Year 1947," and "Hall of Fame 1962" Ag 90%, Cu 10% Authorized:

200,000 (max)

Uncirculated:

30,007 S

Proof:

110,495 S

1997 –

1998

$5 Jackie Robinson half eagle Portrait of Jackie Robinson Inscription "Legacy of Courage" Au 90%, Ag 6%, Cu 4% Authorized:

100,000 (max)

Uncirculated:

5,202 W

Proof:

24,072 W

August 16,1997 – August 16,1998[46] 1997 Jackie Robinson Uncirculated Five Dollars (obverse).jpg 1997 Jackie Robinson Uncirculated Five Dollars (reverse).jpg
$1 Law Enforcement Officers Memorial dollar[47] United States Park Police officers Robert Chelsey and Kelcy Stefansson making a rubbing of a fellow officer's name Emblem of the National Law Enforcement Memorial Ag 90%, Cu 10% Authorized:

500,000 (max)

Uncirculated:

28,575 P

Proof:

110,428 P

September 19, 1997 – December 15, 1998[48]
$5 Franklin Delano Roosevelt half eagle[49] Portrait of President Roosevelt Presidential seal displayed at FDR's 1933 inaugural Au 90%, Ag 6%, Cu 4% Authorized:

100,000 (max)

Uncirculated:

11,894 W

Proof:

29,474 W

1997 1997FranklinDelanoRooseveltGoldFiveDollar43obverse.png 1997FranklinDelanoRooseveltGoldFiveDollar43reverse.png

1998[edit]

Non-circulating coins[edit]

Face value Coin Obverse design Reverse design Composition Mintage Available Obverse Reverse
$1 Robert F. Kennedy dollar[50] Robert F. Kennedy Seal of the United States Department of Justice and Seal of the United States Senate Ag 90%, Cu 10% Authorized:

500,000 (max)

Uncirculated:

106,422 S

Proof:

99,020 S[51]

January 2, 1998 – December 31, 1998[52] 1998 Robert Kennedy Proof Dollar (obverse).jpg 1998 Robert Kennedy Proof Dollar (reverse).jpg
$1 Black Revolutionary War Patriots dollar[53] Crispus Attucks Proposed Black Patriots Memorial Ag 90%, Cu 10% Authorized:

500,000 (max)

Uncirculated:

37,210 S

Proof:

75,070 S[51]

February 13, 1998 – December 31, 1998[54]

1999[edit]

Non-circulating coins[edit]

Face value Coin Obverse design Reverse design Composition Mintage Available Obverse Reverse
$1 Dolley Madison dollar Dolley Madison Image of Montpelier Ag 90%, Cu 10% Authorized:

500,000 (max)

Uncirculated:

22,948 P

Proof:

158,247 P

January 1, 1998 – December 31, 1998[55] 1999 Dolley Madison Proof Obv.jpg
$1 Yellowstone National Park dollar Spouting geyser with the park's tree-lined landscape in the background American buffalo on the plains, with the brilliant Sun rising above the mountains in the background Ag 90%, Cu 10% Authorized:

500,000 (max)

Uncirculated:

23,614 P

Proof:

128,646 P

July 16, 1999 – July 15, 2000[56] 1999YellowstoneNationalParkSilverDollar obv.jpg
$5 George Washington half eagle Profile of George Washington Traditional view of a bald eagle Au 90%, Ag 6%, Cu 4% Authorizing:

100,000 (max)

Uncirculated:

22,511W

Proof:

41,693 W

May 1, 1999 – November 31, 1999[57] 1999 half eagle.tif

Circulating coins[edit]

Face value Coin Obverse design Reverse design Mintage Obverse Reverse
25¢ Delaware quarter George Washington Caesar Rodney on horseback

Captions: "The First State", "Caesar Rodney"

Circulation:

373,400,000 P
401,424,000 D

Proof:

3,713,359 S (clad)
804,565 S (silver)

25¢ Pennsylvania quarter George Washington Commonwealth statue, state outline, keystone

Caption: "Virtue, Liberty, Independence"

Circulation:

349,000,000 P
358,332,000 D

Proof:

3,713,359 S (clad)
804,565 S (silver)

25¢ New Jersey quarter George Washington Washington Crossing the Delaware, which includes George Washington (standing) and James Monroe (holding the flag)

Caption: "Crossroads of the Revolution"

Circulation:

363,200,000 P
299,028,000 D

Proof:

3,713,359 S (clad)
804,565 S (silver)

25¢ Georgia quarter George Washington Peach, live oak (state tree) sprigs, state outline

Banner with text: "Wisdom, Justice, Moderation" (the state motto)

Circulation:

451,188,000 P
488,744,000 D

Proof:

3,713,359 S (clad)
804,565 S (silver)

25¢ Connecticut quarter George Washington Charter OakCaption: "The Charter Oak" Circulation:

688,744,000 P
657,880,000 D

Proof:

3,713,359 S (clad)
804,565 S (silver)

Notes[edit]

^1 This is a non-circulating variety of a circulating coin.

References[edit]

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  5. ^ "1991 Korean War Memorial Silver Dollar". United States Mint. Retrieved 2019-03-31.
  6. ^ "1991 USO 50th Anniversary Silver Dollar". United States Mint. Retrieved 2019-03-31.
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