United States
One Dollar Coin

Congress authorized
the first silver dollar
on April 2, 1792. In
1795, silver coins,
including the $1, were
minted with the
so-called "Draped
Bust" design of Ms.
Liberty. The Draped
Bust coins did not
have their
denomination
imprinted on the
coins; instead, the
value of each coin
was discernible by its
size with the $1 coin
being the largest.
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