This Brilliant Uncirculated coin was originally struck to help Hollywood polish the studios’ tarnished reputations. This coin presents a great way to add historical value to your collection.
- Contains .3617 oz. of Silver.
- Comes in a protective plastic flip.
- Mintage of 274,000 coins.
- Obverse: Depicts busts of Monroe and his Secretary of State in 1823, John Quincy Adams.
- Reverse: Features two female figures which were contorted into a rough approximation of the shape of each land mass.
- Designed by Chester Beach.
- Guaranteed by the United States Mint.
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One of the coins with the most convoluted history is the 1923-S Monroe Doctrine Centennial Half Dollar. Certainly, the Monroe Doctrine itself is deserving of national recognition. This foreign policy statement issued by President James Monroe in 1823 expressed in no uncertain terms that the U.S. would not tolerate European interference, control or influence in North and South America. However, the way the coin came about is odd to say the least. In the early 1920s, Hollywood was reeling from multiple scandals. To help polish the studios’ tarnished reputations, the American Historical Revue and Motion Picture Historical Exposition was formed.