The 1996 Community Service silver dollar is one that every admirer of Augustus Saint-Gaudens will enjoy! To raise funds for the National Community Service Trust, this 90% silver commemorative was issued for one year only. With a Liberty design inspired by Augustus Saint-Gaudens, it’s an instant classic.
The handsome obverse was modeled after Saint-Gaudens’s 1905-06 Women’s Auxiliary of the Massachusetts Civil Service Reform Association medal. The legend SERVICE FOR AMERICA is on the reverse, encircled by a wreath. With an exceptionally low mintage, these pieces are still in official U.S. Mint display cases and will only grow harder to find. Supplies are limited, so order today.
- Material: Silver
- Mint Mark: San Francisco
- Product Type: Single Products
- Commemorative Series: National Community Service (1996)
- Year: 1996