United States of America, 1984 'S' Liberty Dollar Olympics Silver Proof

With the Olympics postponed until next year, the interest in older Olympic issues will increase. Yes, some countries will be issuing Olympic coins, but their prices will be very high. Mintsworldwide is charging more and more for their coins and of course, the price of silver has almost doubled. So we looked through our inventory to see what we could do. And we found this coin, one of the first three American Silver Dollars issued for the Olympics: the 1984 'S' Liberty Dollar issued for the Olympics held in Los Angeles, in Proof condition, we think it's good value considering what some of the countries are going to charge.
Availability: In stock
SKU: FUS8160
£49.50
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