1994 Prisoner of War Silver Dollar
Pay tribute to the hardships and sacrifices of all U.S. prisoners of war with this low mintage commemorative. This powerful, yet moving, 90% silver dollar shows a chained eagle breaking free through a ring of barbed wire on the obverse – designed by Tom Nielson, a former POW. Issued for one year only in 1994, this coin was released to help fund the National Prisoner of War Museum in Andersonville, GA, which is shown on the reverse. This museum was once the site of the Confederates’ largest POW camp. Order this silver dollar today, and honor the sacrifices of our prisoners of war.
- Year: 1994
- Product Type: Single Products
- Material: Silver
- Commemorative Series: U.S. Prisoner of War Museum (1994)