E Pluribus Unum

(2) Design requirements .— Notwithstanding subsection (d)(1) and subsection (d)(2), the $1 coins issued in accordance with paragraph (1)(A) shall meet the following design requirements: (A) Coin obverse .— The common design on the obverse of each coin issued under this subsection shall contain— (i) a likeness of the Statue of Liberty extending to the rim of the coin and large enough to provide a dramatic representation of Liberty; (ii) the inscription “$1”; and (iii) the inscription “In God We Trust”. (B) Coin reverse .— The design on the reverse of each coin issued under this subsection shall bear the following: (i) An image or images emblematic of one of the following from one of the 50 States, the District of Columbia, or the territories of the United States: (I) A significant innovation. (II) An innovator. (III) A group of innovators. (ii) The name of the State, the District of Columbia, or territory, as applicable. (iii) The inscription “United States of America”. (C) Edge-incused inscriptions.— (i) In general .— The inscription of the year of minting or issuance of the coin, the mint mark, and the inscription “E Pluribus Unum” shall be edge-incused into the coin. (ii) Preservation of distinctive edge .— The edge-incusing of the inscriptions under clause (i) on coins issued under this subsection shall be done in a manner that preserves the distinctive edge of the coin so that the denomination of the coin is readily discernible, including by individuals who are blind or visually impaired.


31 USC § 5112(w)(2)

Scoping language

None identified, default scope is assumed to be the parent (subchapter II) of this section.
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