^1 The George Washington Bicentennial half dollar was originally proposed as a traditional non-circulating commemorative coin. However, President Herbert Hoover vetoed the proposal in 1930. ^2 The Washington quarter was originally intended to be struck in 1932 only. The design was found to be popular with the public, and was produced again in ...
Coolidge remains the only president depicted on coinage during his lifetime. Starting in the 1930s, the US Mint was criticized for issuing commemorative coins of dubious recognition and seemingly endless mint runs (the Oregon Trail Memorial 50-cent piece was minted 8 years during a 14-year span). Multiple unrelated commemoratives also were ...
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Face value Coin Obverse design Reverse design Composition Mintage Available Obverse Reverse 50¢ Monroe Doctrine Centennial half dollar: Conjoined heads of former presidents James Monroe and John Quincy Adams
Face value Coin Obverse design Reverse design Composition Mintage Available Obverse Reverse 50¢ Booker T. Washington Memorial half dollar Booker T. Washington
Presidential dollar coins (authorized by Pub.L. 109–145 (text), 119 Stat. 2664, enacted December 22, 2005) are a series of United States dollar coins with engravings of relief portraits of U.S. presidents on the obverse and the Statue of Liberty on the reverse.
The Presidential Dollar series features portraits of all deceased U.S. Presidents with four coin designs issued each year in the order of the president's inauguration date. These coins began circulating on February 15, 2007.
Presidential M&M's is the name given to the commemorative packs of red, white, and blue-colored M&M's given to guests of the president of the United States on board Air Force One and in other presidential locations. They were first created in 1988 and were later to replace cigarettes as the standard gift given to guests of the president.
Issued on his birthday, the 5-cent commemorative issue honoring President Herbert Hoover was first placed on sale on August 10, 1965, at West Branch, Iowa, the place of Hoover's birth. The issue was released less than one year after Hoover's passing in 1964. This is the first U.S. postage issue Herbert Hoover has appeared on.
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