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2001 Capitol Visitor Center Silver Dollar
The 2001 Capitol Visitor Center Silver Dollar is a commemorative coin that was issued by the United States Mint to mark the opening of the Capitol Visitor Center in Washington, D.C. The coin was authorized by Congress under Public Law 106-126, and was minted in both proof and uncirculated versions. The obverse of the coin features a design of the Capitol dome with the words “Capitol Visitor Center” above it. The reverse features an eagle with outstretched wings perched on a shield, with the words “United States of America” and “One Dollar” below it. The coin was struck in 90% silver and 10% copper, with a weight of 26.73 grams and a diameter of 38.1 millimeters. The proof version of the coin was limited to a mintage of 500,000, while the uncirculated version had a maximum mintage of 300,000. The 2001 Capitol Visitor Center Silver Dollar is a popular item among collectors of commemorative coins, and its value can vary depending on factors such as its condition, rarity, and historical significance.
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