Citizens Coinage Advisory Committee Releases Candidate Images For 2021 American Innovation Dollars

As a result of the first day of the Citizens Coinage Advisory Committee (CCAC) meeting on March 10, 2020, we now have the candidate images for the Reverse of the 2021 American Innovation Dollar series. CCAC released the candidate images late yesterday for the 2021 coins representing New Hampshire, Virginia, New York, and North Carolina.

The American Innovation Dollar series all has a common Obverse (heads) of the Statue of Liberty with the Reverse (tails) representing an innovation or significant history point for each of the States in the union as well as some territories. In all, 57 of the coins will be released in the series, going until 2032.

You can read about it in this Coin History article.

Below you will find the Reverse candidates for the 2021 American Innovation Dollar coins. You can also find them on the Citizens Coinage Advisory Committee CCAC page on the United States Mint site.

New Hampshire

2021 New Hampshire American Innovation Dollar Candidates
2021 New Hampshire American Innovation Dollar Candidates

Virginia

2021 Virginia American Innovation Dollar Candidates
2021 Virginia American Innovation Dollar Candidates

New York

2021 New York American Innovation Dollar Candidates Page 1
2021 New York American Innovation Dollar Candidates Page 1
2021 New York American Innovation Dollar Candidates Page 2
2021 New York American Innovation Dollar Candidates Page 2

North Carolina

2021 North Carolina American Innovation Dollar Candidates
2021 North Carolina American Innovation Dollar Candidates

Final designs will be decided upon later in 2020 with production of the 2021 American Innovation Dollar coins likely not happening until late next year. The Mint will produce an uncirculated specimen from the Denver and Philadelphia Mint facilities while a proof will be minted in San Francisco. It is also likely that the Mint will continue to produce a Reverse Proof of the coin, also from San Francisco.

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