Silver dollar commemorating the Boy Scouts of America's centennial in

One of two commemorative silver coins released by the US Mint in 2010 was the Boy Scouts of America Centennial Silver Dollar. The Boy Scouts of America, an organization that was formally founded in 1910, is the subject of this particular strike.

The organization has more than 4.5 million members at the present time, making it one of the largest youth groups in the United States. Over one hundred and ten million distinct people have been members of the Scouts ever since the organization was established.

Since the beginning of their existence, the Scouts have made it a top priority to assist the communities in which they are situated, while also trying to foster positive qualities in the individuals who are a part of their organization.

On March 23, 2010, the US Mint launched this Boy Scouts of America Centennial Silver Dollar. Proof and uncirculated 1.5-inch coins were made of 90% silver. Congress approved the striking with the Boy Scouts Centennial Commemorative Coin Act (Public Law 110-363).

The Boy Scouts of America Centennial Silver Dollar's obverse shows a Cub Scout in the front with a Boy Scout and female Venturer behind him. All three salute in uniform.

United States Mint Artistic Infusion Program Master Designer Donna Weaver created and Charles L. Vickers sculpted the obverse. Inscriptions include CONTINUING THE JOURNEY, 1910, 2010, IN GOD WE TRUST, and LIBERTY.

Jim Licaretz, a sculptor and engraver at the United States Mint, was responsible for the design of the back of the coin, which has the global logo of the Boy Scouts of America association.

Each of the following inscriptions may be seen surrounding the emblem: UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, BOY SCOUTS OF AMERICA, BE PREPARED, E PLURIBUS UNUM, and ONE DOLLAR.

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