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The events and battles depicted in this series led to ultimate victory by the United States and its allies, stopping the expansion of the Axis powers on the land, in the air, and at sea. The World War II: Valor & Victory Gold and Silver Coin Series pays tribute to the courage of those who sacrificed their lives and fought to defend our nation during World War II, as well as those who continue to serve in their honor.

The events and battles depicted in this series led to ultimate victory by the United States and its allies, stopping the expansion of the Axis powers on the land, in the air, and at sea. The World War II: Valor & Victory Gold and Silver Coin Series pays tribute to the courage of those who sacrificed their lives and fought to defend our nation during World War II, as well as those who continue to serve in their honor.

Pearl Harbor

2024 1 oz. Silver American Eagle Type 2 (PCGS MS70 First Day of Issue - Reagan Legacy)

1 oz. .9999 Silver Coin

Battle of Midway

2024 1 oz. Silver American Eagle Type 2 (PCGS MS70 First Day of Issue - Reagan Legacy)

1 oz. .9999 Silver Coin

Battle of Normandy

2024 1 oz. Silver American Eagle Type 2 (PCGS MS70 First Day of Issue - Reagan Legacy)

1 oz. .9999 Silver Coin

Battle of Iwo Jima

2024 1 oz. Silver American Eagle Type 2 (PCGS MS70 First Day of Issue - Reagan Legacy)

1 oz. .9999 Silver Coin

World War II: Valor & Victory Series

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5 OUNCE SILVER • Ultra High Relief

pearl harbor 5 oz. silver coin reverse

Attack on Pearl Harbor

5 oz. Ultra High Relief .9999 Silver Coin

2024 1 oz. Silver American Eagle Type 2 (PCGS MS70 First Day of Issue - Reagan Legacy)

Battle of Normandy

5 oz. Ultra High Relief .9999 Silver Coin

2024 1 oz. Silver American Eagle Type 2 (PCGS MS70 First Day of Issue - Reagan Legacy)

Battle of Midway

5 oz. Ultra High Relief .9999 Silver Coin

2024 1 oz. Silver American Eagle Type 2 (PCGS MS70 First Day of Issue - Reagan Legacy)

Battle of Iwo Jima

5 oz. Ultra High Relief .9999 Silver Coin

GOLD: 1 OZ. 1/4 OZ. 1/10 OZ. DENOMINATIONS

2024 1 oz. Silver American Eagle Type 2 (PCGS MS70 First Day of Issue - Reagan Legacy)

Pearl Harbor

1 oz. .9999 Gold Coin

2024 1 oz. Silver American Eagle Type 2 (PCGS MS70 First Day of Issue - Reagan Legacy)

Battle of Midway

1 oz. .9999 Gold Coin

2024 1 oz. Silver American Eagle Type 2 (PCGS MS70 First Day of Issue - Reagan Legacy)

Battle of Normandy

1 oz. .9999 Gold Coin

2024 1 oz. Silver American Eagle Type 2 (PCGS MS70 First Day of Issue - Reagan Legacy)

Battle of Iwo Jima

1 oz. .9999 Gold Coin

 

Pearl Harbor

December 7, 1941: 353 Japanese aircraft attacked the U.S. Naval Base at Pearl Harbor, Hawaii. The attack lasted 1 hour and 15 minutes and took the lives of 2,403 U.S. personnel, including 68 civilians. The following day, Congress declared war against Japan, and the United States officially entered World War II.

Battle of Midway

June 4, 1942: Japanese carriers launched aircraft in an attack on the U.S. base on Midway Atoll. However, the U.S. was ready for them, having broken the Japanese communication codes. All four Japanese carriers were lost, and the U.S. claimed an important victory that stopped Japanese expansion in the Pacific.

Battle of Normandy

June 6, 1944 (D-Day): Nearly 133,000 U.S. troops and their allies landed on the shores of Normandy, France. By the end of the month, more than 850,000 troops and personnel, 148,000 vehicles, and 570,000 tons of supplies made this the largest amphibious invasion in military history.

Battle of Iwo Jima

February 19, 1945: After months of naval and air bombardment, U.S. Marines invaded the tiny but strategically significant island of Iwo Jima. Approximately 70,000 U.S. Marines and 18,000 Japanese soldiers took part in the battle. The island was declared secured 36 days later on March 26, 1945.

THE ULTIMATE TRIBUTE to our nation's heroes

From the Attack on Pearl Harbor that launched the United States into the war to the victory at sea during the Battle of Midway, the bravery of the soldiers who stormed the beaches of Normandy on D-Day, and the iconic victory at the Battle of Iwo Jima, these designs honor the heroes who served their nation and protected the free world through their honor and sacrifice.

MASTERFULLY CRAFTED FOR ENDURING BEAUTY

Designed and crafted under the guidance of two former Directors of the United States Mint, this series is presented in .9999 pure silver and rendered in exquisite detail thanks to CIT’s advanced microminting technology and Mayer Mint’s world-class striking facility. In addition, each coin is official legal tender backed for its gold weight and purity.

Complete Your Journey Through
the Defining Moments of World War II

  • All-new series commemorating some of the most important battles and events of World War II
  • 4 new designs available as a 4-coin set
  • Each struck from 1 oz. of .9999 pure silver
  • 5 oz. silver and 1 oz. gold options also available
  • Official legal tender
  • Guaranteed for silver weight, content, and purity
  • Eligible for precious metals IRAs
  • Available exclusively from U.S. Money Reserve

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Philip N. Diehl

U.S. Money Reserve President Philip N. Diehl is a published analyst of the precious metals markets. As 35th Director of the U.S. Mint (1994–2000), Diehl oversaw one of the most impressive government agency turnarounds in recent U.S. history through new product initiatives, increased oversight, strategic reorganization, and fiscal responsibility. His experience and expert knowledge in the field of precious metals strengthens U.S. Money Reserve’s commitment to a superior customer experience.

Edmund C. Moy

U.S. Money Reserve Senior IRA Strategist Edmund C. Moy is the recipient of the Alexander Hamilton Medal for public service, awarded to him by then-Treasury Secretary Henry M. Paulson, Jr. As the 38th Director of the United States Mint (2006–2011), Moy oversaw one of the largest increases in precious metals output in U.S. Mint history. Before his appointment to the U.S. Mint, Moy served in both the George H.W. Bush and George W. Bush administrations, joining the latter in the White House as Special Assistant to the President for Presidential Personnel. A published author in the area of precious metals, Moy provides decades of strategist experience and market knowledge.

About the 2024 World War II: Valor & Victory Series of pure gold and silver coins

The World War II: Valor & Victory Series is an exclusive coin series from U.S. Money Reserve commemorating four of the most significant battles and events of WW II: the Attack on Pearl Harbor, the Battle of Midway, the Battle of Normandy, and the Battle of Iwo Jima. These designs are available as 1 oz. silver bullion coins, 5 oz. silver Ultra High Relief proof coins, and as a gold three-coin set that includes 1 oz., 1/4 oz., and 1/10 oz. coins in $20, $50, and $200 denominations, respectively. Each coin in the World War II: Valor & Victory Series is official Cook Islands legal tender, backed for its weight and purity, and has been produced in limited numbers. This series is available exclusively to U.S. Money Reserve clients.

The 5 oz. silver coins feature Smartminting® technology, while the gold three-coin sets and 1 oz. silver coins were produced using advanced microminting, enabling the creation of extraordinary detail compared to conventional minting processes.

FAQs—WW II: Valor & Victory Series of gold and silver coins

Are there pure gold versions of these coins?

Each design in the gold World War II: Valor & Victory Series is produced as 1 oz. silver coins, 5 oz. Ultra High Relief proof coins, and as a gold three-coin set that includes a 1/10 oz., 1/4 oz., and 1 oz. gold coin in $20, $50, and $200 denominations, respectively. You can purchase a single gold 3-coin set featuring a particular design, or secure all four 3-coin sets for a total of 12 gold coins. Please call to speak with an Account Executive to learn more.

Can I buy individual coins vs. owning the complete set?

While owning a complete series of gold and silver gold World War II: Valor & Victory Series coins may offer additional protection from market fluctuations and other long-term benefits, each design is available to purchase individually as a 1 oz. or 5 oz. silver coin, or as a gold 3-coin set featuring three different weights and denominations.

Can these coins be included in a precious metals IRA?

The 1 oz. and 5 oz. silver World War II: Valor & Victory Series coins meet the strict IRS requirements for inclusion in a precious metals IRA. Because the gold World War II: Valor & Victory Series of coins are graded and certified, they cannot be held in a precious metals IRA per IRS regulations. Please call to speak with an Account Executive to learn more about purchasing precious metals for inclusion in an IRA.

How are these coins packaged?

Each coin in the World War II: Valor & Victory Series comes in custom packaging along with a certificate of authenticity.

Where are these coins minted?

To bring this World War II: Valor & Victory Series of coins to life, U.S. Money Reserve sought out two world leaders in modern minting: CIT and BH Mayer. CIT's cutting-edge Smartminting® and microminting provide the highest detail possible, and BH Mayer's advanced minting technology and state-of-the-art facility bring those details to life with distinct finishes.

How big are the coins?

The 1 oz. silver World War II: Valor & Victory Series coins have a diameter of 38.61 mm and a thickness of 3 mm. The 5 oz. silver World War II: Valor & Victory Series coins have a larger diameter of 50 mm, and as Ultra High Relief coins feature an impressive thickness of 10.4 mm.

The 1/10 oz. gold World War II: Valor & Victory Series coins have a diameter of 16.50 mm and a thickness of 1.40 mm, the 1/4 oz. coins have a diameter of 22.50 mm and a thickness of 1.80 mm, and the 1 oz. coins have a diameter of 33 mm and a thickness of 2.80 mm.

Do they come in a case?

Each World War II: Valor & Victory Series Gold 3-Coin Set will arrive with each coin individually sealed in a protective case as part of its grading and certification process. The set will additionally arrive in a custom vault sleeve with themed packaging. Silver World War II: Valor & Victory Series coins arrive in custom packaging.

How much do the gold coins cost?

Prices for certified gold coins are based on both the current spot price of gold and additional factors that may contribute to their upside potential, including condition, supply, and demand. Similarly, prices for silver coins can be based on spot price as well as finish, supply, demand, and other factors. Please call your Account Executive for the latest pricing information.

Can I purchase these coins elsewhere?

The World War II: Valor & Victory Series is a U.S. Money Reserve exclusive release and available to our clients only.

How much gold and silver should I consider owning?

While many financial experts recommend allocating anywhere from 5% to 30% of a portfolio to gold and silver, precisely how much one should own will differ for every individual depending on their personal situation and needs. A sound strategy takes into account multiple factors including your financial goals, risk tolerance, and market conditions. To learn more, call U.S. Money Reserve to speak with an Account Executive.

Is there a good gold-to-silver ratio to follow?

While there’s no “one size fits all” answer, the gold-to-silver ratio has historically averaged around 50:1. During periods of economic uncertainty, the ratio tends to be higher, reflecting a preference for the perceived stability of gold. During periods of economic growth, the ratio may be lower, reflecting a preference for silver’s industrial applications including its use in solar panels, electric vehicle batteries, and consumer electronics. The precise gold-to-silver ratio that’s right for you will depend on your personal financial goals, risk tolerance, and other factors. A U.S. Money Reserve Account Executive can help you make that determination.

What are the benefits of owning silver vs. gold?

While the historic rally in gold prices we’ve seen recently has dominated headlines, many analysts believe the silver market is also positioned for a breakout, largely due to its strong industrial demand in green energy technologies. Silver is one of the most approachable precious metals for beginners because of its affordability, straightforward valuation, and accessibility. For those who are considering owning precious metals but aren’t quite ready to purchase gold, silver may be a great entry-level choice.

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