United States of America, 200th Anniversary of the American Constitution Silver Dollar

In 1987 the United States celebrated the bi-centennial of the American Constitution (200th anniversary). To honour that event the US Mint issued a special silver dollar. It shows the Constitution with a quill pen and the other side has a group of people marching forward. It is a full-sized American Silver Dollar and is now over 30 years old. It is struck in Proof Silver and reminds people just how important the Constitution is. We shall be trying to offer you other American commemorative silver dollars in future issues, but getting enough to offer you is not easy.
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