1983 Olympic Silver Proof Dollar - Discus Thrower. This coin design portrays the multiple image of a classic discus thrower creating the iliusion of motion.The Olympian pose was inspired by the historic work of Myron, a sculptor of ancient Greece. It was designed by Elizabeth Jones, Chief Sculptor Engraver at the United States Mint. "The star in motion" symbol of the. 1984 Summer Games and the traditional five linked Olympic rings also appear. And a specially created handsome bust of the American Eagle is featured on the coin's reverse. 1984 Olympic Proof Silver Dollar-Coliseum. This coin honors the site of the XXIII Summer Olympic Games - the Los Angeles Coliseum. This is the same locale where the last U.
Summer Games were held in 1932. It was designed by the renowned American sculptor Robert Graham. Graham created the actual heroic sculpted gateway for the entrance to the Coliseum. A replica of that imposing gateway is on the coin. The American Eagle in alert repose is on the re-verse.These are the first U. Commemorative silver dollars issued since 1900 (and only the second ones ever); they are the first commemorative silver dollars issued in proof condition; and the first 900 fine U. Silver dollars since 1935 when the last "Peace" dollar was struck. Gold coin in over 50 years and has the same specifications as the famed "Indian Head Eagle" last struck in 1935. These coins have been established as legal tender by Public Law 97-220 as enacted by Congress.
5,000 Dinar Gold - Olympic Emblem. This gold coin features the official emblem of the XIV Winter Olympic Games - a stylized crystal snowflake. It appears beneath the five linked. 500 Dinar Silver - Ski Jumping. Since the inception of the Winter Games in 1924, this has been one of the most popular of all snow events.Man is truly airborne during the jump and the sport itself is a strange combination of beauty. Cross-country skiing evolved over many centuries from a common form of transportation in northern climes. Skis found preserved in bogs of Finland have been dated at about 4,500 years old. The members of the design team for the 1984 Yugoslavian Olympic coins were selected from among the finest artists in the nation. Under the leadership of Djordje Jovanovic, member of the prestigious Association of Applied Arts in Bel-grade, the rest of the team consisted of: famed Yugoslav medallic sculptor Nebojaa Mitric; Dragomir Mileusic, designer for the mint of the National Bank of Yugoslavia; Dragisa Andric, also of the National Mint; and Ljubisa Mancic, a prize-winning sculptor. 27 mm (1.06) - 257.99 grains. 38.10 mm - 412.50 grains. 24 mm- 123.46 grains. 38 mm - 354.94 grains. This item is in the category "Coins & Paper Money\Coins: US\Commemorative\Mixed Lots". The seller is "pmpulley" and is located in this country: US.
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