U.S. 1991 “Korea” Silver Dollar Proof. Shown on this 90% silver dollar is an American infantryman advancing up a hill, as sabre jets provide support overhead. Below is an armada of U.S. ships, recalling General MacArthur’s successful Inchon landing, which led to the defeat of many North Korean invaders. The reverse shows a map of North and South Korea and the American Eagle. Commemorated is the 1953 cease-fire. Finest-quality proof minting with deep-struck frosted engravings and mirror fields.
U.S. 1992 “Columbus” Silver Dollar Proof. Issued in 1992 to commemorate the 500th Anniversary of Columbus’ historic discovery, this striking 90% silver proof had a limited mintage of just 385,241. A full-length Columbus is shown with a globe in the foreground and his ships in the background. The reverse depicts the Santa Maria and the U.S. space shuttle Discovery in a unique split image. Beautiful proof minting with double-struck frosted engravings and contrasting mirror fields.
U.S. 2004 “Lewis & Clark” Silver Dollar Proof. In 1804, at President Thomas Jefferson’s request, Captain Meriwether Lewis and Lieutenant William Clark set out on their famous exploration of the vast Northwest Territories acquired by the U.S. in the 1803 Louisiana Purchase. Shown on this 90% silver dollar are the intrepid travelers deciding which route to take next in the unknown regions. The reverse displays the Peace and Friendship emblem and Indian feathers, representing Native American help in the great venture. Finest-quality proof minting with deep-struck frosted engravings and mirror fields.