1991 P $1 Proof Silver Korean War Memorial PCGS PR70 DCAM Mercanti Signed Mint Engraver Series Masters Collection
Released on May 6, 1991, this silver dollar commemorated the thirty-eighth anniversary of the ending of the Korean War and in honor of those who served. The obverse design of the coin features a military figure charging up a hill. There are naval ships in the foreground, an F-86 aircraft flying over head, and eight stars. The reverse of the coin features a design of a map of Korea divided at the 38th Parallel and a bust of the American bald eagle.
- THIRTY EIGHTH ANNIVERSARY COMMEMORATIVE
- IN GOD WE TRUST
- ONE DOLLAR
- E PLURIBUS UNUM
- UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
This coin is part of the Mint Engraver Series Master's Collection, honoring John Mercanti's 41 designs struck by the U.S. Mint. Each Master's Collection coin has been graded PCGS perfect 70 and holdered with the John Mercanti signature flag label in a unique colored slab signifying the Mint location at which the coin was struck.
Red - San Francisco
White - Philadelphia
Blue - West Point
Black - Denver
|Year of Issue||1991|
|Label||Mercanti Flag Label|
|Pedigree||John Mercanti Signature, Master's Collection, Mint Engraver Series|
|Weight||0.8953 troy oz (26.73 grams)|