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Post Your Coins/Medals/Tokens That Are Intentionally Dual-Dated

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 Posted 09/27/2022  2:15 pm  Show Profile   Bookmark this reply Add SMRStars to your friends list Get a Link to this Reply
I have this coin which is a circulation coin...since I'm away from home I am posting a stock picture

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I have this coin which is a circulation coin...since I'm away from home I am posting a stock picture...One of my faves

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I meant it was a circulation coin.
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 Posted 09/27/2022  2:48 pm  Show Profile   Check NumisRob's eBay Listings Bookmark this reply Add NumisRob to your friends list Get a Link to this Reply
Isle of Man crown bearing the dates 1952 and 1977 for the Silver Jubilee of the late Queen Elizabeth II:
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Isle of Man crown bearing the dates 1952 and 1977 for the Silver Jubilee of the late Queen Elizabeth II:
Lovely example!
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I have these coins which is are circulation coins...since I'm away from home I am posting a stock pictures




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 Posted 09/28/2022  07:59 am  Show Profile   Bookmark this reply Add commems to your friends list Get a Link to this Reply
The 1997 US Silver Dollar and Gold Half Eagle commemorating the life and legacy of Jackie Robinson, the man who broke the color barrier in Major League Baseball and accomplished much for civil rights in the US outside of baseball, each feature multiple dates.

The Silver Dollar features three dates in total, the "1997" primary/issue date on its obverse and two MLB milestone dates on its reverse - Jackie's Rookie of the Year award ("1947") and his Baseball Hall of Fame induction year ("1962").



The Gold Half Eagle also features three dates, the "1997" primary/issue date on its obverse and Jackie's birth and death years ("1919-1972") on its reverse.




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The 1997 US Silver Dollar and Gold Half Eagle commemorating the life and legacy of Jackie Robinson
Outstanding!
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I have this coin which was a circulation coin...since I'm away from home I am posting a stock picture...One of my faves
Here's mine, though considering the quality of those photos I might have been better off with a stock pic...



[EDIT: I didn't find it in circulation obviously! Bought from the antiques shop at Myasnitskaya in April 2011.]
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Here's mine, though considering the quality of those photos I might have been better off with a stock pic...
Nah! Looks good to me.
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For all NHL fans here are a couple of circulation coins $1


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In 1998, the US Mint struck the Black Revolutionary War Patriots commemorative Silver Dollar to recognize "Black Revolutionary War patriots and the 275th anniversary of the birth of the first Black Revolutionary War patriot, Crispus Attucks, who was the first American colonist killed by British troops during the Revolutionary period..."

The coin's obverse presents a three-quarters, right-facing portrait of Crispus Attucks; it was designed by John Mercanti. It also presents the dual dates of "1723-1770" - Attucks is believed to have been born in 1723 and died in 1770 in the American-British confrontation that came to be known as the "Boston Massacre." A third date, the coin's issue date is also seen on the obverse.

The coin's reverse design depicts a portion of the Black Patriots Memorial that was planned for construction in Washington, DC; the design is the work of Ed Dwight who designed the full statue/memorial. Note: The statue/memorial has not yet been built full-scale. (See links below for more on the statue/memorial.)

1998 Black Revolutionary War Patriots Silver Dollar



For more about the Black Patriots Memorial failure, see:

- 1998 Black Revolutionary War Patriots Silver Dollar
- Quick Bits #10 - Two Surcharge Stories


For more of my posts about commemorative coins and medals, see: Commems Collection.




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