2009 Louis Braille Bicentennial Silver Dollar, Choice Proof, PR63


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This one-year-only 90% silver Proof celebrates the 200th anniversary of Louis Braille's birth in 1809. Sightless since an accident at age 4, Braille developed a system of raised dots so that sight-impaired people could read.

  • Honors Louis Braille, creator of a reading system for the sight-impaired
  • Limited-issue Proof with sharp frosted images against deep mirorlike surfaces
  • First U.S. coin with readable braille (dots on reverse spell "braille" in abbreviated form)
  • Reverse depicts a blind child reading
  • In official U.S. Mint display case

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