Dolley Madison silver dollar

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$1
Value$1
Years of minting1999 (1999)
Mintage500,000
Circulation158,247
Obverse
1999 Dolley Madison Proof Dollar.jpg
DesignDolley Madison
Reverse
DesignMontpelier (Orange, Virginia)

The Dolley Madison silver dollar is a commemorative silver dollar issued by the United States Mint in 1999. The obverse depicts Dolley Madison, and the reverse shows the Madison family house Montpelier. Some proceeds benefited the National Trust for Historic Preservation.[1] The coin was authorized by Public Law 104-329.

Sales[edit]

500,000 Dolley Madison dollars were authorized by Public Law 104-329. The Philadelphia Mint struck 158,247 proof and 22,948 uncirculated Dolley Madison dollars.[2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Dolley Madison Commemorative Silver Dollar". United States Mint. Retrieved May 11, 2019.
  2. ^ "1999 Dolley Madison Commemorative Silver Dollar | U.S. Mint". www.usmint.gov. Retrieved 2019-05-12.