Information and History of $1 2000 Library Silver Coin
Value of 2000 $1 Library of Congress Silver Commemorative
The 2000 $1 Silver Library of Congress Commemorative Coin was made to commemorate the largest library in the world, the Library of Congress. The library has more than 158 million items that sit on roughly 838 miles of bookshelves. The library sits across from the capitol building in downtown Washington, D.C. This library receives over 15,000 items daily to add to its collection. The coin’s obverse shows an open book with a torch in the background. The reverse shows a library building. This coin was sold for $32 when the Mint first released it. This coin was minted at the Philadelphia Mint.
Obverse: Library of Congress – In God We Trust – Liberty – 1800 – 2000 | Reverse: United States of America – One Dollar – E Pluribus Unum