2017 Boys Town Centennial commemorative coin design candidates

By CoinWeek News Staff….
 

In an email dated March 14, Michael White of the United States Mint’s Office of Corporate Communications released the following mock-up images of proposed designs for the obverse and reverse of the 2017 Boys Town Centennial commemorative coin program. The Boys Town commemorative program includes a $5 gold coin, a $1 silver coin, and a half dollar clad coin.

Most of the designs feature Father Edward J. Flanagan, a Catholic priest who founded Boys Town in Nebraska in 1917. The participating artists were tasked with producing matching pairs (obverse and reverse) for each candidate design.

$5 Gold Coin Design Pairs

2017 Boys Town Centennial $5 gold coin design candidate pairs BT_G_2
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BT_G_5 BT_G_6 2017 Boys Town Centennial $5 gold coin design candidate pairs
2017 Boys Town Centennial $5 gold coin design candidate pairs 2017 Boys Town Centennial $5 gold coin design candidate pairs
2017 Boys Town Centennial $5 gold coin design candidate pairs
2017 Boys Town Centennial $5 gold coin design candidate pairs

$1 Silver Coin Design Pairs

2017 Boys Town Centennial $1 silver coin design candidate pairs 2017 Boys Town Centennial $1 silver coin design candidate pairs
2017 Boys Town Centennial $1 silver coin design candidate pairs
2017 Boys Town Centennial $1 silver coin design candidate pairs
2017 Boys Town Centennial $1 silver coin design candidate pairs 2017 Boys Town Centennial $1 silver coin design candidate pairs
2017 Boys Town Centennial $1 silver coin design candidate pairs 2017 Boys Town Centennial $1 silver coin design candidate pairs
2017 Boys Town Centennial $1 silver coin design candidate pairs
2017 Boys Town Centennial $1 silver coin design candidate pairs 2017 Boys Town Centennial $1 silver coin design candidate pairs
2017 Boys Town Centennial $1 silver coin design candidate pairs 2017 Boys Town Centennial $1 silver coin design candidate pairs
2017 Boys Town Centennial $1 silver coin design candidate pairs
2017 Boys Town Centennial $1 silver coin design candidate pairs 2017 Boys Town Centennial $1 silver coin design candidate pairs
2017 Boys Town Centennial $1 silver coin design candidate pairs 2017 Boys Town Centennial $1 silver coin design candidate pairs
2017 Boys Town Centennial $1 silver coin design candidate pairs
2017 Boys Town Centennial $1 silver coin design candidate pairs 2017 Boys Town Centennial $1 silver coin design candidate pairs

Half Dollar Clad Coin Design Pairs

2017 Boys Town Centennial half dollar clad coin design candidate pairs 2017 Boys Town Centennial half dollar clad coin design candidate pairs
2017 Boys Town Centennial half dollar clad coin design candidate pairs
2017 Boys Town Centennial half dollar clad coin design candidate pairs 2017 Boys Town Centennial half dollar clad coin design candidate pairs
2017 Boys Town Centennial half dollar clad coin design candidate pairs 2017 Boys Town Centennial half dollar clad coin design candidate pairs
2017 Boys Town Centennial half dollar clad coin design candidate pairs
2017 Boys Town Centennial half dollar clad coin design candidate pairs 2017 Boys Town Centennial half dollar clad coin design candidate pairs
2017 Boys Town Centennial half dollar clad coin design candidate pairs 2017 Boys Town Centennial half dollar clad coin design candidate pairs
2017 Boys Town Centennial half dollar clad coin design candidate pairs

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The Citizens Coinage Advisory Committee (CCAC) will discuss these and other designs–including candidates for the 2017 American Liberty High Relief Gold coin and the 2017 American Eagle Platinum Proof coin–at their public meeting today, March 15. The meeting runs from 9:30 A.M. Eastern Time (ET) to 3:30 P.M. There is a “listen-only” conference number for interested members of the public; dial (866) 564-9287 and follow the prompts to enter access code 62956028.

The open line is “listen-only”, so please be courteous and mute your phone if you do choose to call.

CoinWeek will keep you updated on these designs and the rest of the CCAC’s agenda as the day progresses – be sure to check us out on Twitter and Facebook.
 

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