Members of the Citizens
Coinage Advisory Committee are scheduled to meet by
teleconference at 1 p.m. Eastern Daylight Time Aug. 10 to review new
and/or modified proposed designs for the reverse of the 2016 Nancy Reagan First Spouse $10 gold Proof and
The CCAC reviewed proposed obverse and reverse designs for the
Reagan coins on June 17. While fully supporting Mrs. Reagan obverse
design preference, the CCAC recommended modifications to some of the
proposed reverses, suggesting U.S. Mint artists go back to the drawing board.
earlier coverage of the CCAC's June 17 review can be found here. Coverage of the Commission of Fine Arts' June 18 consideration
of the same designs for the Nancy Reagan coins can be found here. The CFA backed the obverse Reagan preferred
but also wanted to see some new designs.
Lateefah Simms, public affairs specialist with the U.S. Mint's Office
of Corporate Communications, said July 10 that proposed Reagan reverse
designs are still being worked on and will likely not be ready to
present to the CCAC until the week before the Aug. 10 teleconference.
Details on the teleconference, for members of the public to dial in
to listen to the session, are forthcoming.
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