2007-P Jamestown Silver Dollar Commemorative with Map

Philadelphia Mint

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In 2007, the U.S. Mint honored the 400th anniversary of America's first permanent English settlement with this attractive one-year-only silver dollar – own it now along with a historic map reproduction!

  • Struck in 90% silver, it recalls the brave efforts of those pioneering settlers
  • The obverse depicts a Native American, an African, and an Englishman resembling famed Captain John Smith
  • This diverse mix of cultures helped keep the colony alive
  • The reverse shows an image of the three ships that carried the settlers to the New World – the Susan Constant, Godspeed and Discovery
  • Includes a reproduction of a 1612 map of Jamestown
  • Map measures 13 3/4" x 15 1/2"
  • Each coin comes presented in a display case with a protective capsule

The coin was struck for just one year only, and limited in mintage to less than 350,000 pieces. Order this special set today!