1 Dollar World War II

1 Dollar (World War II) - obverse1 Dollar (World War II) - reverse

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Features

Issuer United States
Period Federal republic (1776-date)
Type Non-circulating coin
Year 1993
Value 1 Dollar (1 USD)
Currency Dollar (1785-date)
Composition Silver (.900) (90% silver, 10% copper)
Weight 26.73 g
Diameter 38.1 mm
Shape Round
Technique Milled
Orientation Coin alignment ↑↓
Number
N#
20243
References KM# 244
Tracy L. Schmidt (editor); 2019. Standard Catalog of World Coins / 2001-Date (14th edition). Krause Publications, Stevens Point, Wisconsin, United States.
And 5 more volumes.

Commemorative issue

50th Anniversary of World War II

Obverse

Soldier, holding rifle, walking right, standing in water on beach. Background has two boats, multiple people in water. Inscription of legend surrounding obverse.

Script: Latin

Lettering:
D-DAY JUNE 6, 1944
IN GOD WE TRUST
1991/1995
LIBERTY
TDR

Engraver: Thomas D. Rogers Read more on Wikipedia

Thomas D. Rogers (born 1945) is a former sculptor and engraver for the United States Mint and designer of several U.S. coins, including the reverse of the 2000-2008 U.S. Golden Dollar or Sacagawea Dollars. Coins, including the reverse of the U.S. Golden Dollar coins or Sacagawea dollars from 2000-2008. Rogers holds an A.A.S. degree with a major in commercial art. He joined the U.S. Mint in October 1991, worked in the Philadelphia Mint facility and retired in 2001. From 2003 he lived in Long Beach, Washington, and from 2009 he lived and worked in Oregon. His design for the Sacagawea dollar was slightly modified before it came into circulation.

Designer: Thomas D. Rogers Read more on Wikipedia

Thomas D. Rogers (born 1945) is a former sculptor and engraver for the United States Mint and designer of several U.S. coins, including the reverse of the 2000-2008 U.S. Golden Dollar or Sacagawea Dollars. Coins, including the reverse of the U.S. Golden Dollar coins or Sacagawea dollars from 2000-2008. Rogers holds an A.A.S. degree with a major in commercial art. He joined the U.S. Mint in October 1991, worked in the Philadelphia Mint facility and retired in 2001. From 2003 he lived in Long Beach, Washington, and from 2009 he lived and worked in Oregon. His design for the Sacagawea dollar was slightly modified before it came into circulation.

Reverse

The reverse depicts the shoulder sleeve insignia of Supreme Headquarters Allied Expeditionary Force, with a quotation from Dwight D. Eisenhower.

Script: Latin

Lettering:
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
E PLURIBUS UNUM
"I have full confidence in your courage, devotion to duty and skill in battle. We will accept nothing less than full victory!"
Dwight D. Eisenhower
ONE DOLLAR

Translation: Out of many, one

Engraver: Thomas D. Rogers Read more on Wikipedia

Thomas D. Rogers (born 1945) is a former sculptor and engraver for the United States Mint and designer of several U.S. coins, including the reverse of the 2000-2008 U.S. Golden Dollar or Sacagawea Dollars. Coins, including the reverse of the U.S. Golden Dollar coins or Sacagawea dollars from 2000-2008. Rogers holds an A.A.S. degree with a major in commercial art. He joined the U.S. Mint in October 1991, worked in the Philadelphia Mint facility and retired in 2001. From 2003 he lived in Long Beach, Washington, and from 2009 he lived and worked in Oregon. His design for the Sacagawea dollar was slightly modified before it came into circulation.

Designer: Thomas D. Rogers Read more on Wikipedia

Thomas D. Rogers (born 1945) is a former sculptor and engraver for the United States Mint and designer of several U.S. coins, including the reverse of the 2000-2008 U.S. Golden Dollar or Sacagawea Dollars. Coins, including the reverse of the U.S. Golden Dollar coins or Sacagawea dollars from 2000-2008. Rogers holds an A.A.S. degree with a major in commercial art. He joined the U.S. Mint in October 1991, worked in the Philadelphia Mint facility and retired in 2001. From 2003 he lived in Long Beach, Washington, and from 2009 he lived and worked in Oregon. His design for the Sacagawea dollar was slightly modified before it came into circulation.

Edge

Reeded

Mints

D United States Mint of Denver, United States (1906-date)
W United States Mint of West Point, United States (1973-date)

Comments

The 1993 World War II Silver Dollar had a maximum authorized mintage of 1,000,000 coins across both proof and uncirculated versions. Proof coins were struck at the West Point Mint and uncirculated coins were struck at the Denver Mint. The coins were sold individually, or as part of two-coin, three-coin, and six-coin sets, which included the other World War II commemorative coins.

1991-1995 (1993-D) Uncirculated World War II Silver Dollar
Pre-Issue Price: $23.00
Regular Price: $28.00
Final Mintage: 107,240

1991-1995 (1993-W) Proof World War II Silver Dollar
Pre-Issue Price: $27.00
Regular Price: $31.00
Final Mintage: 342,041

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Date Mintage VG F VF XF AU UNC Frequency
ND (1993) D 107 240 $ 30 35%
ND (1993) W 342 041 $ 32 76% Proof

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Pictures Sale Date Version Grade Sold price
Picture 1 of a sold 1 Dollar (World War II)
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Auction 94
Lot 2720
Internet Archive
Aug 30, 2023 Undetermined USD 22.78
(EUR 21.00)
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