2000 Library of Congress Commemorative Silver Proof Dollar$ 49.95 1LIB2000PR
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2000 Library of Congress Commemorative Silver Proof DollarPrice: $ 49.95 SKU: 1LIB2000PR
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The Library of Congress was established in Washington, D.C. in 1800. It is America's oldest federal cultural institution and the world's largest library. In 2000, the U.S. Mint celebrated the 200th Anniversary with the 2000 Library of Congress Silver Dollar.
The obverse of the silver dollar features two books, one is open with its spine resting on the other closed book. The torch of learning appears in the background. The inscriptions read “Library of Congress”, with anniversary dates “1800” and “2000”, the phrase “In God We Trust”, and “Liberty”. The reverse of the coin features the dome of the Library of Congress Jefferson Building. The inscriptions “United States of America” and “E Pluribus Unum” appear above, with “One Dollar” below. The obverse was designed by Thomas D. Rogers and the reverse was designed by John Mercanti.
This Philadelphia Mint proof version of the coin comes to you in original government packaging.