2013 Girl Scouts Centennial Commemorative Coin Designs Revealed


On Saturday, September 22, 2012, Girl Scouts of the USA unveiled the designs of the United States Mint’s commemorative 2013 Girl Scouts USA Centennial Silver Dollar.

2013 Girl Scouts USA Centennial Silver Dollar
Obverse and reverse designs for the 2013 Girl Scouts USA Centennial Silver Dollar

Update: The Girl Scouts silver dollars launched on February 28, 2013.

The event took place in Dallas, Texas, in front of a party of approximately 500 at the 100th Anniversary Experience Exhibition Preview and Dinner Under The Stars hosted by Girl Scouts of Northeast Texas. Making the presentation were Girl Scouts of the USA National President Connie L. Lindsey and Chief Executive Officer Anna Maria Chávez.

"And Connie and I, because you guys are from Texas, wanted to unveil a major, major milestone in the Girl Scout history. Connie and I have the pleasure of officially unveiling our commemorative coin that will symbolically launch us into our new century of service to girls. Officially, it’s known as the Girl Scouts USA Centennial Silver Dollar." Chávez stated.

Public Law No: 111-86, the Girl Scouts USA Centennial Commemorative Coin Act, instructs the Secretary of the Treasury, and thus the U.S. Mint, to strike the commemoratives in celebration of the establishment of the Girl Scouts of the United States of America. The act was championed by Congressman Jack Kingston (R-GA) and signed into law by President Obama on October 29, 2009 in front of Connie L. Lindsey and five other Girl Scouts. The organization celebrated its 100th anniversary on March 12, 2012.

Designed by Barbara Fox and to be engraved by Phebe Hemphill of the U.S. Mint, the obverse depicts the faces of three girls, each representing different ages and diversity of Girl Scouts, with the 100th anniversary Trefoil symbol below them. Surrounding the girls are the inscriptions COURAGE, CONFIDENCE, CHARACTER, 2013, LIBERTY and IN GOD WE TRUST.

A depiction of the Girl Scouts’ iconic Trefoil symbol with female profiles within will be found on the reverse of the commemorative coin. Inscriptions include UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, E PLURIBUS UNUM, $1 and GIRL SCOUTS. The reverse was designed by Chris Costello and will be engraved by Joseph Menna.

Upon the end of the design presentation, Lindsey proclaimed, "As I said, it’s a beautiful coin, so it’s going to be a great keepsake, and you’ll certainly want one because once the supply is gone … there will never be another one like it. Our movement will benefit greatly from the sale. So thank you again for your support of Girl Scouts."

Up to 350,000 silver coins will be sold next year under the program, but an exact launch date has not been announced. Buyers will have the choice of collector proof and uncirculated qualities. All surcharges, $10 per coin, will be given to Girl Scouts of the USA to further the Girl Scout program development and delivery.

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for reverse: boy scouts design looks better than girl scouts. if these two designs came out few decades back. it should sold like hotcakes. 10,000,000 to 30,000,000 a design.


Why is there no boy shown on the design? Certainly there was some obscure male influence in the Girl Scouts. They found a way to put a girl on the Boy Scouts coin with a flimsy reasoning. So, it’s only fair in the spirit of political correctness to put a boy on this one. But, then again political correctness only works one way.


Yet another dull, lifeless, rule of three coin from the Mint. I stopped buying these because the designs are horrible and the cost over bullion price makes them a bad investment.


Throw in a box of cookies and i’m in for one. Ten bucks goes to the Girl Scouts of America.

The other Brian

This will be great for ALL the women I see at coin shows…


i would rather have a replica cookie made out of silver

a samoa with HR coconut flakes and laced with HR chocolate stripes.



Defiantly no challenge to the “Golden Age of Coins” Designs. That’s for sure!


annie – Would have sold like Girl Scout cookies! lol

They should put the coin in as a prize in the girl scout cookie boxes. They will probobly be worth about the same a cracker jack prize in the future. lol


Oh boy, another PC design as poor as the Boy Scout’s coin. Too bad because both organizations deserve better.


Where’s the boy or young man on this coin!?


Hey Mark, did you even notice that the largest figure on the BOY SCOUT coin, was a girl??? It was the main reason I did not invest in that product, nor will I invest in any of the girl scout coins.