Modern Commemorative (Silver Dollars)
Commemorative Silver Dollars - APMEX offers a superb selection of modern commemorative silver dollars.
When it comes to commemorative coins, the United States is unsurpassed by any nation. Commemoratives have been popular among collectors since the days of the Greeks and Romans, and are issued by many nations today.
Commemorative coins have real historical significance, giving them enhanced appeal among even those people normally uninterested in numismatics.
To view available US Commemorative Silver coins or to get Silver prices, click on the image representing the Silver coins of your interest:
This Silver coin was issued in 1993 to commemorate the 50th anniversary of America’s involvement in World War II from 1941 to 1945. The obverse depicts an American soldier storming the beaches of Normand.... Read More
A majestic bald eagle soars on the obverse of this commemorative silver dollar. The reverse is a depiction of the Great Seal of the United States. Read More
This is one of the most popular designs in U.S. coinage history placed on the larger size of a Silver dollar! Graded MS-69 by PCGS. Black Diamond refers to the American bison widely accepted as the model for James Earl.... Read More
This coin, graded Proof 70 Deep Cameo by PCGS, commemorates the 200th anniversary of Lincoln's birth. On the obverse is the head and shoulders portrait of Lincoln facing forward slightly to the viewer's right. On the reverse t.... Read More
This Silver coin was released to mark the 50th anniversary of the United Service Organization. The USO is a nonprofit organization that provides morale and recreational services to members of the U.S. Military, .... Read More
This Silver coin celebrates the 200th anniversary of the White House in Washington, D.C. The cornerstone for the structure was placed on October 13, 1792, but the building did not become the official presidentia.... Read More
This beautiful Silver coin commemorates the 10th anniversary of the dedication of the Vietnam Veterans Memorial in Washington, D.C. The obverse, designed by John Mercanti, then-Chief Engraver of the U.S. Mint, shows .... Read More