Citizens Coinage Advisory Committee

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The Citizens Coinage Advisory Committee (or CCAC) was established in 2003 to advise the United States Secretary of the Treasury on coinage-related issues, replacing the Citizens Commemorative Coin Advisory Committee (CCCAC).


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Alabama Centennial half dollar US commemorative coin

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Washington quarter US 25-cent coin minted since 1932

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California Diamond Jubilee half dollar United States commemorative silver fifty-cent piece

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Hawaii Sesquicentennial half dollar 1928 United States coin

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Maine Centennial half dollar 1920 US commemorative coin

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Norfolk, Virginia, Bicentennial half dollar Commemorative coin

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