List of United States commemorative coins and medals (2020s)

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2020

Non-circulating coins

Face valueCoinObverse designReverse designCompositionMintageAvailableObverseReverse
50¢ Basketball Hall of Fame half dollar [1] TBA Basketball [1] Cu 92%, Ni 8%Authorized:

750,000 (max)

Contents

TBA
$1Basketball Hall of Fame dollar [1] TBABasketball [1] Ag 99.9%Authorized:

400,000 (max)

TBA
$5Basketball Hall of Fame half eagle [1] TBABasketball [1] Au 90%, Ag 6%, Cu 4%Authorized:

50,000 (max)

TBA
$1 Women's Suffrage Centennial dollar TBAAg 99.9%Authorized:

400,000 (max)

TBA
$10Mayflower 400th Anniversary eagle [2] TBATBAAu----TBA
$10 Barbara Bush eagle Barbara Bush TBAAu 99.99%----TBA

Circulating coins

Face valueCoinObverse designReverse designMintageObverseReverse
25¢ National Park of American Samoa quarter George Washington Samoa flying fox mother and pup498,000,000 2014 ATB Quarter Obv.png 2020-america-the-beautiful-quarters-coin-national-park-of-american-samoa-uncirculated-reverse-768x768.jpg
Weir Farm National Historic Site quarterArtist painting outside Weir Farm 280,600,000 2020-america-the-beautiful-quarters-coin-weir-farm-connecticut-uncirculated-reverse-768x768.jpg
Salt River Bay National Historical Park and Ecological Preserve quarterYoung red mangrove tree 1,092,800,000 2020-america-the-beautiful-quarters-coin-salt-river-bay-us-virgin-islands-uncirculated-reverse-768x768.jpg
Marsh-Billings-Rockefeller National Historical Park quarterYoung girl planting a Norway Spruce seedling650,400,000 2020-america-the-beautiful-quarters-coin-marsh-billings-rockefeller-vermont-uncirculated-reverse-768x768.jpg
Tallgrass Prairie National Preserve quarter Regal fritillary 246,600,000 2020-america-the-beautiful-quarters-coin-tallgrass-prairie-kansas-uncirculated-reverse-768x768.jpg
$1 Native American dollar Sacagawea TBA2,600,000see article: Sacagawea dollar 2020 Native American Dollar Reverse.jpeg
George H. W. Bush dollar George H. W. Bush Statue of Liberty---- HW Bush Unc.jpg Presidential dollar coin reverse.png
Connecticut dollar Statue of Liberty Gerber Variable Scale being used to enlarge shape of state of Connecticut ---- 2019 American Innovation dollar proof obverse.jpg 2020 American Innovation One Dollar Coin Connecticut Proof Reverse.jpg
Massachusetts dollarEarly rotary dial ---- 2020 American Innovation One Dollar Coin Massachusetts Proof Reverse.jpg
Maryland dollar Hubble Space Telescope orbiting Earth---- 2020 American Innovation One Dollar Coin Maryland Proof Reverse.jpg
South Carolina dollar Septima Clark marching with African American students---- 2020 American Innovation One Dollar Coin South Carolina Proof Reverse.jpg

Medals

MedalObverse designReverse designMintageAvailableObverseReverse
Mayflower 400th Anniversary medal [3] TBATBA----TBA

2021

Non-circulating coins

Face valueCoinObverse designReverse designCompositionMintageAvailableObverseReverse
$1 Christa McAuliffe dollar [4] Christa McAuliffe [4] TBAAg 99.9%Authorized:

350,000 (max)

January 28, 2021
$1Morgan Dollar (no mint mark) [5] LibertyEagle clasping arrows and olive branchAg 99.9%Authorized:

250,000 (max)

August 10, 2021 2021 Morgan Commemorative Dollar Obverse.jpg
$1Morgan Dollar (D mint mark) [5] LibertyEagle clasping arrows and olive branchAg 99.9%Authorized:

250,000 (max)

August 3, 2021 2021 Morgan Commemorative Dollar Obverse.jpg
$1Morgan Dollar (S mint mark) [5] LibertyEagle clasping arrows and olive branchAg 99.9%Authorized:

250,000 (max)

August 3, 2021 2021 Morgan Commemorative Dollar Obverse.jpg
$1Morgan Dollar (CC privy mark) [5] LibertyEagle clasping arrows and olive branchAg 99.9%Authorized:

250,000 (max)

May 24, 2021 2021 Morgan Commemorative Dollar Obverse.jpg
$1Morgan Dollar (O privy mark) [5] LibertyEagle clasping arrows and olive branchAg 99.9%Authorized:

250,000 (max)

May 24. 2021 2021 Morgan Commemorative Dollar Obverse.jpg
$1Peace Dollar [5] LibertyA perched bald eagleAg 99.9%Authorized:

200,000 (max)

August 10, 2021 2021 Peace dollar obverse.jpg
50¢National Law Enforcement Memorial and Museum half dollarTBATBACu 92%, Ni 8%Authorized:

750,000 (max)

January 28, 2021
$1National Law Enforcement Memorial and Museum dollarTBATBAAg 99.9%Authorized:

400,000 (max)

January 28, 2021
$5National Law Enforcement Memorial and Museum half eagleTBATBAAuAuthorized:

50,000 (max)

January 28, 2021

Circulating coins

Face valueCoinObverse designReverse designMintageObverseReverse
25¢Tuskegee Airmen National Historic Site quarter George Washington Tuskegee Airman suiting up with two P-51 Mustangs flying overhead---- 2014 ATB Quarter Obv.png America-the-Beautiful-quarter-2021-Alabama.jpg
$1Native American dollar Sacagawea Two feathers and five stars indicating Native American military service----see article: Sacagawea dollar 2021 Native American $1 Coin Reverse.png
New Hampshire dollar Statue of Liberty Ralph Baer's Brown Box game Handball ---- American Innovation Dollar obverse.jpg 2021 American Innovation One Dollar Coin New Hampshire Proof Reverse.jpg
Virginia dollarCross section cut away of the Chesapeake Bay Bridge–Tunnel ---- 2021 American Innovation One Dollar Coin Virginia Proof Reverse.jpg
New York dollarA packet boat on the Erie Canal being pulled---- 2021 American Innovation One Dollar Coin New York Proof Reverse.jpg
North Carolina dollarA lamp of knowledge on a stack of books with "first public university" on the middle book, and olive branches around the side---- 2021 American Innovation One Dollar Coin North Carolina Proof Reverse.jpg

2022

Non-circulating coins

Face valueCoinObverse designReverse designCompositionMintageAvailableObverseReverse
50¢National Purple Heart Hall of Honor half dollar [6] A military figure with an amputated leg on crutches and the words "ALL GAVE SOME" [6] A boy holding the dress cap of an enlisted Marine with the silhouette of a Marine behind him and the words "SOME GAVE ALL" [6] Cu: 92%
Ni: 8%
Authorized:

750,000 (max)


Uncirculated:

TBA


Proof:

TBA

January 6, 2022
$1National Purple Heart Hall of Honor dollar [6] Purple Heart medal [6] A World War I-era nurse bandaging a wounded service member on a stretcher [6] Ag: 90%
Cu: 10%
Authorized:

400,000 (max)


Uncirculated:

TBA


Proof:

TBA

January 6, 2022
$5National Purple Heart Hall of Honor half eagle [6] Purple Heart medal [6] George Washington’s signature under the Badge of Military Merit over a textured stripe [6] Au: 90%
Alloy: 10%
Authorized:

50,000 (max)


Uncirculated:

TBA


Proof:

TBA

January 6, 2022
50¢Negro Leagues Baseball half dollar [7] A Negro Leagues tour bus [7] A group of five Negro Leagues Baseball players [7] Cu: 92%
Ni: 8%
Authorized:

400,000 (max)


Uncirculated:

TBA


Proof:

TBA

January 6, 2022
$1Negro Leagues Baseball dollar [7] A pitcher in mid-throw with the baseball in the foreground [7] A player’s eye view of a pitch being delivered to the catcher at the plate [7] Ag: 90%
Cu: 10%
Authorized:

400,000 (max)


Uncirculated:

TBA


Proof:

TBA

January 6, 2022
$5Negro Leagues Baseball half eagle [7] Negro National League founder Rube Foster with his signature [7] Gesture of tipping a baseball cap [7] Au: 90%
Alloy: 10%
Authorized:

50,000 (max)


Uncirculated:

TBA


Proof:

TBA

January 6, 2022
$1Morgan Dollar [8] LibertyEagle clasping arrows and olive branchTBAAuthorized:

TBA


Proof:

TBA

Fall 2022
$1Peace Dollar [9] LibertyA perched bald eagleTBAAuthorized:

TBA


Proof:

TBA

Fall 2022

Circulating coins

Face valueCoinObverse designReverse designCompositionMintageAvailableObverseReverse
25¢Maya Angelou American Women quarter George WashingtonMaya AngelouTBAAuthorized:

TBA

Uncirculated:

TBA

Proof:

TBA

2022
25¢Sally Ride American Women quarterGeorge WashingtonSally RideTBAAuthorized:

TBA

Uncirculated:

TBA

Proof:

TBA

2022
25¢Wilma Mankiller American Women quarterGeorge WashingtonWilma MankillerTBAAuthorized:

TBA

Uncirculated:

TBA

Proof:

TBA

2022
25¢Nina Otero-Warren American Women quarterGeorge WashingtonNina Otero-WarrenTBAAuthorized:

TBA

Uncirculated:

TBA

Proof:

TBA

2022
25¢Anna May Wong American Women quarterGeorge WashingtonAnna May WongTBAAuthorized:

TBA

Uncirculated:

TBA

Proof:

TBA

2022
$1Native American dollar Sacagawea TBA2022see article: Sacagawea dollar
Rhode Island dollar Statue of Liberty Nathanael Herreshoff's famous Reliance yacht at full speed in the waters surrounding Rhode Island bordered by a rope evoking the nautical scene2022

American Innovation Dollar obverse.jpg

Vermont dollarA snowboarder performing a trick set against a mountainous winter skyline inspired by the landscape of Vermont2022
Kentucky dollarA banjo representing Kentucky bluegrass music 2022
Tennessee dollarA farm in the Tennessee Valley Authority area with newly installed power lines lining the road2022

Medals

MedalObverse designReverse designMintageAvailableObverseReverse
James K. Polk Presidential Silver MedalTBATBATBAFebruary 14, 2022
U.S. Navy Silver MedalTBATBATBAMarch 11, 2022
Zachary Taylor Presidential Silver MedalTBATBATBASpring 2022
American Liberty Silver MedalTBATBATBASummer 2022

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