The 2011 Medal of Honor silver dollar commemorative proof coin comes in the original government packaging (including a velvet display, box, and outer sleeve), with a certificate of authenticity.
This coin was minted to commemorate the 150th anniversary of the establishment of the Medal of Honor in 1861. The obverse shows the three current Army, Navy, and Air Force Medals of Honor. The reverse depicts an infantry soldier carrying a wounded soldier under enemy fire.
The coin was produced at the Philadelphia mint and has a "P" mint mark. The specified weight is 26.73 grams with a composition of 90% silver / 10% copper.