2010 American Veterans Disabled for Life Silver Dollar

The second commemorative coin program of 2010 will be issued for American Veterans who became disabled for life. Their enormous personal sacrifices made for their country will be honored with a silver dollar commemorative coin.

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The 2010 American Veterans Disabled for Life Silver Dollar has an obverse design which features the legs and boots of three veterans. One is noticeably on crutches. An inscription above reads “They Stood Up for Us”. The reverse of the coin features a wreath of oak leaves and branches with a forget me not flower at the base. The central inscription reads “Take this moment to honor our disabled defenders of freedom.”

The 90% silver dollar coins will be issued in a maximum quantity of 350,000. A surcharge added to the cost of the coins will be for the construction of the American Veterans Disabled for Life Memorial in Washington DC. The coins are expected to go on sale at the US Min in February 2010.

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