Discussion in 'US Coins Forum' started by Morgandude11, Jul 2, 2020.
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I've also always loved the 1995 $5 Civil War Gold. I don't own one, but I love the design.
I really wanted to love the Apollo 11 commemorative as I am a huge space junkie...but I just couldn't get past the design. I just don't like it.
I agree...I really like that one. To me, it's powerful imagery of what this country is supposed to stand for.
We need more designs to have ships on them.
I totally agree with this statement!
I like that one a lot, but I think I like the silver dollar version just a tad more!
I've been an admirer of 'Twain' since I was a kid. His humor and down to earth thinking has always kept me grounded.
I'm not a member of the Lions Club, but I gotta say I love the Lions on the reverse of the commem.
I love the symbolic nature of the 2014 Civil Rights commem.......the three flames intertwined symbolizing freedom of education, freedom to vote, and freedom to determine ones' destiny.
56? I thought it was 59 (50 halfs + 9 gold).
1904? I thought it was 1892/93.
Anyway...modern commems is the topic... I have one and I have it because it goes with the two early commems I have. AND BOATS!
1893 Columbian Expo...(Yay Columbus!)...
1920 Pilgrim...(Yay Pilgrims!)...
1992 Columbus...(Yay Columbus!)...
NOT MINE...but my favorites.
I was going by the latest Red Book which states Modern Commemoratives start in 1982.
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