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U.S. Mint’s baseball coin design competition begins April 11

Rules and tips for designing a coin

Thinking about entering this competition? Here are some things to consider:

The obverse design must be “emblematic of the game of baseball” and must include the inscriptions “Liberty,” “In God We Trust,” and “2014.”

  • Two-dimensional designs must be monochrome, not color, and three-dimensional models must be made using neutral plaster or a durable plastic material and should be approximately 8″ in diameter.
  • Designs must not include the name or depiction of a real player or any other person, living or not.
  • Designs must not include depictions, names, emblems, logos, trademarks or any other indicia associated with any specific commercial, private, educational, civic, religious, sports, or other organizations whose membership or ownership is not universal, including any current or former baseball team, either professional or amateur.
  • Designs must not include any depiction of a real baseball stadium, field, arena, either in whole or in part, whether or not currently existing or in use.
  • Department of the Treasury employees, contractors and former contractors under the Mint’s Artistic Infusion Program are ineligible, including United States Mint and other Treasury offices and bureaus.

For guidelines, rules and entry instructions for both the design competition and the kids challenge, visit challenge.gov.

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