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What is a Ronald Reagan commemorative coin?

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A Ronald Reagan commemorative coin refers to any one of several coins featuring the likeness or image of President Reagan. There are several available for sale from various dealers and resale websites.

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Ronald Reagan commemorative coins include the 1984 Series AA silver-plated Ronald Reagan coin featuring President Reagan on one side and a double eagle on the other. There is also the rare and valuable Ronald W. Reagan Presidential Series Commemorative Medal featuring an image of President Reagan on one side and an engraving of mountains accompanied by a quote on the other side. Another coin is the Ronald Reagan commemorative silver coin created by the Highland Mint, featuring Ronald Reagan on one side and an image of Nancy and Ronald Reagan on the other side, accompanied by a quote.

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