U.S. 1991 “USO 50th Anniversary” Silver Dollar Proof:
The USO, which was founded as the U.S. entered WWII, is a private, non-profit organization providing social and recreational services to members of the U.S. military fighting overseas. Just 321,275 of these impressive commemorative dollar proofs were produced in 1991, a mintage far lower than the modern silver commemorative dollars struck in years previous. This finest-quality proof features deep-struck engravings with frosted finishes, contrasting with mirror backgrounds.
U.S. 1994 “Women in the Military” Silver Dollar Proof:
In recent years the number of women in America’s armed forces has greatly increased along with the opportunities available to them. Shown is a group of American women in uniform surrounded by the inscription “Army, Marines, Navy, Air Force, Coast Guard.” The reverse displays the Memorial to Women in Military Service at Arlington National Cemetery. Finest-quality proof minting features deep-struck engravings with frosted finishes, contrasting with mirror backgrounds.