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1994 LIBERATION OF GUAM IN BRONZE

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Royal Hawaiian Mint in association with The Guahan Mint announced the 50th Anniversary of the Liberation of Guam that ended the only Japanese occupation of an American Territory captured during WWII.

Looking out over this beautiful, peaceful island, it is hard to imagine that modern Guam, which caters to mostly Japanese visitors, saw some of the fiercest battles of World War II. Against this backdrop of contrasting images an official issue of three outstanding coins was authorized by the National Association for Uniformed Services (NAUS) in commemoration of the Liberation of Guam.

The obverse of depicts the four invasion forces; Army, Navy, Marines and the Guam Combat Patrol. The reverse contains the official NAUS motto, US and Guam flags and legend "A Grateful Chamorro Remembers." on the 39mm bronze commemorative coin. Only sold as part of the three coin Gold Set.

RE: MINTLINE OCTOBER 1994

1994 LIBERATION OF GUAM IN BRONZE

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Obverse: US ARMY NAVY MARINES & GUAM COMBAT PATROL, 5OTH ANNIVERSARY with four portraits of the four military units. Reverse: LIBERATION OF GUAM, A GRATEFUL CHAMORRO REMEMBERS, 1994 with eagle, American and Guam Flags. Packaged in a tamper proof capsule in a box with Royal Hawaiian Mint and Certificate of Authenticity. Limited Edition. Mintage: 305 including sets

Additional Information

Issue 1994
Quality Brilliant Uncirculated -BU
Mintage 305
Obverse US ARMY NAVY MARINES & GUAM COMBAT PATROL, 5OTH ANNIVERSARY with four portraits of the four military units.
Reverse LIBERATION OF GUAM, A GRATEFUL CHAMORRO REMEMBERS, 1994 with eagle, American and Guam Flags
Packaging Packaged in a tamper proof capsule in a box with Royal Hawaiian Mint and Certificate of Authenticity. Limited Edition
Diameter 39mm
Metal Bronze

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