2015 March of Dimes Special Silver Set. Celebrating 75 years of preventing disease and disability in our children. 4x Beautiful 90% Silver. Coins and 1x Clad Proof Dime. This listing is for a 5 coins set containing all the special Proof Dimes for 2015. Mint Silver Proof Dime. One P Mint Reverse Proof Silver Dime from Philadelphia Mint. Mint Clad Proof Dime (from Proof Set). Mint Silver Proof Dime (from Silver Proof Set). This group of 5 coins starts with the DM5 set (show below) and its COA and packaging and we include the 2 other 2015 S Mint proof dimes with the DM5 set. Mint set in 2015 will include the reverse proof silver dime from Philadelphia and proof silver dime from West Point, along with March of Dimes proof silver dollar. We include the S mint proof silver and proof clad so you have all 4x 2015 special dime issues. 2015 W March of Dimes Set Dollar 2016 S Clad & 90% Silver Proof Dime No Reverse. 2015 March of Dimes Proof Silver Dollar Obverse. 2015 March of Dimes Silver Proof Dollar Reverse. Total year’s production of. All the Silver Baseball Coins within the first 30 days. Set maximum production levels of this 75th Anniversary. And high demand, you need to act now to be one of the first to own this very exclusive coin in the original holder and certifications. Newly placed Mint orders are no longer possible. Or for DM5 2x silver dimes only item #. Roosevelt’s personal struggle with polio led him to create the National Foundation for Infantile Paralysis (now known as the March of Dimes) on January 3, 1938, at a time when polio was on the rise. The Foundation established patient aid programs and funded research for polio vaccines developed by Drs. Jonas Salk and Albert Sabin. Tested in a massive field trial in 1954 that involved 1.8 million schoolchildren known as polio pioneers, the Salk vaccine was licensed for use on April 12, 1955, as safe, effective, and potent. The Salk and Sabin polio vaccines ultimately ended the polio epidemics in the United States. With its original mission accomplished, the Foundation turned its focus to preventing birth defects, prematurity, and infant mortality in 1958. It began to fund research into the genetic, prenatal, and environmental causes of more than 3,000 birth defects. The Foundation’s investment in research has led to 13 scientists winning the Nobel Prize since 1954. Since its founding, the March of Dimes has advocated for the passage of legislation critical to maternal and child health at both the federal and state levels, such as the Birth Defects Prevention Act, Children’s Health Act, PREEMIE Act, and Newborn Screening Saves Lives Act. Signed into law December 18, 2012, the March of Dimes Commemorative Coin Act requires the Secretary of the Treasury to mint and issue silver dollar coins in recognition and celebration of the 75th anniversary of the establishment of the March of Dimes Foundation. The obverse (heads side) and reverse (tails side) designs are emblematic of the mission and programs of the March of Dimes Foundation and its distinguished record of generating Americans’ support to protect children’s health. Consistent with the traditions and heritage of the Foundation, the design themes represent the Foundation’s past, present, and future and its role as champion for all babies. Image of Jonas Salk used with permission of the family of Jonas Salk. The obverse designrepresenting the pastdepicts a profile view of President Franklin D. Jonas Salk, two leaders in the fight against polio. The inscriptions are LIBERTY, IN GOD WE TRUST, and 2015. The reverse design depicts a baby cuddled in the hand of a parent, representing the foundation’s dedication to the health of babies everywhere. Both designs were selected by the Deputy Secretary of the Treasury on July 21, 2014. Obverse Designer: Paul C. Balan Sculptor: Michael Gaudioso. Reverse Designer: Don Everhart Sculptor: Don Everhart. Weight: 26.730 grams nominal Diameter: 1.500 inches (± 0.003) or 38.10 mm (± 0.08) Composition: 90 percent silver, 10 percent copper. 500,000 across all product options. & Specifications for this listing. For the first time, the U. Mint will issue both a reverse proof silver dime from Philadelphia and a proof silver dime from West Point. These coins are only available in this special silver coin set commemorating the 75. Anniversary of the March of Dimes. The set also includes a 2015 March of Dimes Proof Silver Dollar. Both the dimes and the silver dollar feature portraits of the organizations founder Franklin D. Perfect for any coin collector or as a gift, each coin is encapsulated and packaged in a black velvet clamshell case, outer box and sleeve. The certificate of authenticity includes history about the March of Dimes, along with coin design information and specifications. 2015 Roosevelt Dime Designs. The obverse design depicts a portrait of President Roosevelt. The inscriptions are LIBERTY, IN GOD WE TRUST, 2015 and the respective mint mark (proof: W; reverse proof: P). The reverse design is a torch, an olive branch and an oak branch. The inscriptions are UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, E PLURIBUS UNUM, and ONE DIME. 2015 March of Dimes Silver Dollar Designs. The obverse (heads) design represents the past depicting President Franklin D. The inscriptions are LIBERTY, IN GOD WE TRUST and 2015. The reverse (tails) design depicts a baby resting in the hand of a parent, representing the foundations dedication to the health of babies everywhere. Order this special silver coin set for your collection or as a gift that will be treasured. The mintage limit for the March of Dimes Silver Dollar is 500,000 (across all product options). 2015 March of Dimes Proof Silver Dollar. 2015 Silver Roosevelt Dime. 90% Silver, 10% Copper. 1.500 inches (+/- 0.003) 38.10 mm +/. 0.705 inch (17.9 mm). 26.730 grams nominal. Mint and Mint Mark. Treasurer of the United States Participates in Strike Ceremony for 2015 March of Dimes Silver Dollar. WASHINGTON – Treasurer of the United States Rosie Rios joined United States Mint Principal Deputy Director Rhett Jeppson and March of Dimes Foundation President Dr. Jennifer Howse at the bureau’s West Point facility today for the ceremonial striking of the 2015 March of Dimes Silver Dollar. I congratulate the Foundation for its years of dedication and providing services toward improving the lives of women, infants and children, said Rios. In her remarks, Rios also acknowledged former Senator Kay Hagan (NC) and Representative Robert Dold (IL) for sponsoring the legislation that allowed the Mint to produce the 2015 March of Dimes Silver Dollar. The coin is one of two commemorative coins the Mint has been authorized to produce this year. Also attending the event were Dr. Peter Salk, son of Dr. Jonas Salk who developed the first successful polio vaccine, and the 2014 March of Dimes National Ambassador, Aidan Lamothe. Seven-year-old Aidan, who was born 11 weeks premature, joined Drs. Howse and Salk to help strike the first coin. The vision and leadership of FDR and Dr. Jonas Salk sparked the drive towards a world that is now nearly free from polio, said Dr. We are thrilled to see this accomplishment–as well as our current work–recognized by Congress and the Secretary of the Treasury with the March of Dimes commemorative coin. ” “The fight against polio has been a collective effort involving the contributions of millions of individuals around the globe, said Dr. This coin is a tribute to both the March of Dimes and my father’s legacy, and it honors all those who are striving to improve the health of babies and children everywhere. It is especially meaningful to have this coin minted during the centenary year of my father’s birth. The coin’s obverse (heads side) and reverse (tails side) designs are emblematic of the mission and programs of the March of Dimes Foundation and its distinguished record of generating Americans’ support to protect children’s health. The inscriptions are “LIBERTY, ” “IN GOD WE TRUST, ” and 2015. The reverse design depicts a baby cuddled in the hand of a parent, representing the Foundation’s dedication to the health of babies everywhere. The United States Mint is striking and issuing the 90 percent silver dollar coin in celebration of the 75th anniversary of the March of Dimes Foundation’s establishment. Public Law 112-209the March of Dimes Commemorative Coin Actauthorizes the bureau to produce up to 500,000 coins across all product options. The coin will be available in proof and uncirculated qualities. 2014 W Gold Proof Baseball Coin. 014 W Gold Uncirculated Baseball Coin. 2014-1W Gold PR69 Kennedy Half Dollar. All 2014 P D Presidential Dollars & Sacagawea Harding. To FDR 10 Coin Set. 2014 P D Presidential Dollars Harding Coolidge Hoover. 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Located near the U. Military Academy in New York state, the United States Mint at West Point manufactures the entire family of American Eagle proof and uncirculated coins in gold, silver, and platinum. The gold and platinum coins are manufactured in denominations of one-ounce, half-ounce, quarter-ounce and tenth -ounce. Silver bullion coins are manufactured in one-ounce denomination. Historical Background: The’Fort Knox of Silver’ and the Newest Mint. The West Point Mint produces gold, silver and platinum bullion coins. Erected in 1937 as the West Point Bullion Depository, this was originally a storage facility for silver bullion and was nicknamed The Fort Knox of Silver. From 1973 to 1986, West Point produced cents, and in 1980 began striking gold medallions. Shortly afterward, approximately 20 billion dollars worth of gold was stored in its vaults, making it second only to Fort Knox for gold storage. Today, it is also the major producer of gold coins. The red letter date for West Point was March 31, 1988, when it gained official status as a United States Mint. Today, it is still a storage facility, but also manufactures, packages and ships gold and silver commemorative coins, and American Eagle Bullion coins in proof and uncirculated condition. Its Platinum Eagles have been very popular since their first issuance in 1997. In 2000, it struck the first ever Gold and Platinum Bi-Metallic Coin. Because of its extremely high security, the West Point facility does not offer public tours. Jeffs Coins information source US Mint. The item “5 Coin Set 2015 W W P S S March of Dimes Reverse Clad Silver Proof Dollar DM5+” is in sale since Tuesday, May 05, 2015. This item is in the category “Coins & Paper Money\Coins\ US\Commemorative\Modern Silver/Clad (1982-Now)”. The seller is “jeffscoins” and is located in Merrifield, Virginia. This item can be shipped to United States.
- Certification: U.S. Mint
- Year: 2015 DM5
- Denomination: $1 10¢ 10¢ 10¢ 10¢
- Strike Type: Proof
- Mint Location: West Point and Philadelphia and San Francisco
- Composition: Silver and 1x Clad Dime
- Country/Region of Manufacture: United States