Signature Series coins are certified coins whose labels have been hand-signed by someone with an interesting personal connection to a particular coin. Signature Series coins allow collectors to customize their sets, enhance the quality of presentation, and add a level of exclusivity and collectability.
Jim M. Peed Born is the longest-serving coin designer at the U.S. Mint in the modern era. He was the manager of the graphics group. He is best known for designing the $10 Olympic Gold Eagle of 1984. The first coin was issued with a W for West Point mintmark.