Commemoratives 1892 - 1951

US commemorative coins are a unique subset of coinage in the United States. Unlike regular coins, commemorative coins are not intended for circulation as everyday currency. Instead, they serve as tokens of remembrance, celebration, and honor. The United States Mint, the official minting authority, issues these coins in limited quantities, making them highly sought-after by collectors. While commemorative coins hold face value and are considered legal tender, their numismatic value often far exceeds their denominations.


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