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Silver Special Olympics Coin 2001 Alaska Mint w/ Case - Excellent Condition in Plastic Slab, Protected ... Collectible coins have a 9.7% annualized nominal return and a 5.5% real return since 1967 (U.S. Mint). FREE SHIPPING 

 

The 2001 Silver Special Olympics Coin from the Alaska Mint was a commemorative coin issued to celebrate the World Winter Special Olympics Games held in Anchorage, Alaska, from March 4-11, 2001. The coin was designed by Alan Holt of Soldotna, Alaska, and features a mountain goat, the official animal of the games, on the obverse. The reverse of the coin features the Special Olympics logo, the words "Challenging New Frontiers," and the dates of the games.

 

The coin was struck in .999 fine silver and has a diameter of 39mm. It was issued in a limited mintage of 7,213 proof coins. The coins were sold for $39.95 each and are now highly sought-after by collectors.

 

The 2001 Silver Special Olympics Coin is a beautiful and unique piece of numismatic history. It is a fitting tribute to the athletes who competed in the World Winter Special Olympics Games and to the spirit of the Special Olympics movement.

 

The coin is also a reminder of the special place that Alaska holds in the hearts of many people. The mountain goat, which is featured on the obverse of the coin, is a symbol of the state's rugged beauty and its wild and unspoiled wilderness.

 

The 2001 Silver Special Olympics Coin is a prized possession for many collectors and is a valuable addition to any numismatic collection.

 

Silver Special Olympics Coin 2001 Alaska Mint

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