This 1900 Lafayette Silver Commemorative dollar was graded and certified MS63 by PCGS.
The heads of George Washington and the marquis de Lafayette appear on this issue, which was the first commemorative coin of one-dollar denomination, and the first authorized United States coin to bear a portrait of a U.S. president. The dies were prepared by Charles E. Barber. The statue on the reverse is similar to the monument of General Lafayette that was later erected in Paris as a gift of the American people. The coins were sold by the Lafayette Memorial Commission for $2 each.
The coin is lustrous with original multi color toning. This coin will make a great addition to an Early Commemorative collection!
Mintage = 36,026