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CCAC Releases Candidate Images for 2021 National Law Enforcement Museum Commemorative Coins



The Citizens Coinage Advisory Committee (CCAC) has released the candidate images for the 2021 National Law Enforcement Museum commemorative coins. The three coins, one in gold, one in silver, and one clad, will be release next year. The commemorative coins were authorized in December 2019 and sales will begin next year.

As part of the candidate image releases in the gallery above, you will find the options for the gold coin, silver coin, and the clad coin that will be offered. Based on these candidate images, it appears that each coin will have a unique Obverse and Reverse.

The National Law Enforcement Museum is dedicated to telling the story of American law enforcement by providing visitors a “walk in the shoes” experience. The Museum is working to expand and enrich the relationship shared by law enforcement and the community through educational journeys, immersive exhibitions, and insightful programs.

National Law Enforcement Museum

CCAC is set to meet next week via video conference on September 22 and 23 with one of the agenda items set to determine the final designs of these coins. This is just one of many agenda items for the meeting which is set to determine the final designs of several upcoming congressional medals and other coins. This will also be the first CCAC meeting with newly appointed Numismatic curator Peter van Alfen.

The CCAC was established in 2003 by Congress under Public Law 108-15 to advise the Secretary of the Treasury on the themes and designs of all US coins and medals. The CCAC serves as an informed, experienced and impartial resource to the Secretary of the Treasury and represents the interests of American citizens and collectors. You can visit the CCAC website here or visit the CCAC section of the United States Mint’s site to get updates on upcoming meetings as well as minutes from previous meetings. As a reminder, CCAC meetings are open to the public in listen-only mode.

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