2010 American Veterans Disabled for Life Proof Silver Dollar - Comes In Its Original Mint Box With Certificate Of Authenticity
The 2010 Disabled American Veterans Silver Dollar commemorates those soldiers who fought and survived, but not without injury. A portion of the sales went to the Disabled Veterans' LIFE Memorial Foundation to to aid in the American Veterans Disabled for Life Memorial in Washington, D.C.
The obverse features the legs and feet of three veterans, including crutches. Inscriptions include: THEY STOOD UP FOR US, in reference to the brave disabled veterans who have survived military service injuries for our freedom, as well as IN GOD WE TRUST, 2010, LIBERTY, and the W mint mark. The reverse features a wreath of oak leaves wrapped in ribbon with a forget-me-not flower at the bottom. Oak branches are widley seen as a symbol of strength and the forget-me-not has been used to remember those who fought and became disabled or did not survive since World War I. Reverse inscriptions include: "Take This Moment to Honor Our Disabled Defenders of Freedom," UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, E PLURIBUS UNUM and ONE DOLLAR.