United States America, Liberty Dollar 1986 Statue Liberty Silver Proof

This American silver dollar was issued in 1986 to celebrate the 100th anniversary of the Statue of Liberty. It is the first thing that people see when they sail into New York harbour. Of course what most people don’t realise is that it was a gift from the French people to commemorate the alliance of France and the United States during the American Revolution. Also, a lot of people don’t know it but it was designed by Eiffel of the Eiffel Tower fame in Paris. This beautiful Proof Silver Dollar shows the Statue of Liberty on one side and a torch of freedom on the other side. They are now 35 years old and in brilliant Proof condition. Every time I see the Statue of Liberty my heart flutters so a hundred years ago it must have really been something. A nice American commemorative silver dollar.
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