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1993 D James Madison Bill of Rights Silver Dollar MS69 PCGS

1993 D James Madison Bill of Rights Silver Dollar MS69 PCGS Obverse
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  • Title: 1993 D James Madison Bill of Rights Silver Dollar MS69 PCGS
  • Metal: Silver

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The Bill of Rights, written in 1793, set the standards for the specific freedoms afforded every American. As one of our Founding Fathers, James Madison guided the process of writing this important document. In 1993, the U.S. Mint produced the James Madison Bill of Rights Silver Dollar to commemorate the 200th anniversary of this historic creation.

Obverse

The front of this 90% pure silver dollar shows a portrait of James Madison. Madison appears, wise and determined, looking toward the right of the coin where his name, the word ‘Liberty,’ and the mintmark ‘D’ for the Denver Mint are displayed. Below Madison’s image are the initials of the designs creators, Dean E. McMullen and Thomas D. Rogers, Sr. as ‘DEM’ and ‘TDR.’ the motto ‘In God We Trust’ and the 200th anniversary year of ‘1995.’

Reverse

The back of the James Madison Silver Dollar depicts Montpelier, and estate that served as Madison’s home throughout his lifetime. The beautiful home overlooks a gorgeous view of the Blue Ridge Mountains. With Washington, D.C. only a two-hour drive from the estate, it is popular with tourists who come to discover America’s capital. Along with Montpelier on the reverse are the name of the estate as ‘Monpelier,’ the words ‘United States of America,’ the motto ‘E Pluribus Unum,’ and the denomination of ‘One Dollar.’ The designers’ initials are seen on the reverse below each end of the elevated view of Montpelier.

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