2009-P $1 Louis Braille Silver Commemorative (BU)

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In 2009, the U.S. Mint created the $1 Silver Louis Braille Commemorative to honor the 200th birthday of Louis Braille.

Braille was born in France in 1809. He was blinded in one eye at the age of 3 after an accident in his fathers shop. As an adult, Braille was an educator and inventor, developing and reading and writing system for use by people who are visually impaired.

  • These coins contain .7734 oz. of .999 fine silver
  • The obverse design features the front facing bust of Louis Braille, and is inscribed with the words 'LIBERTY, LOUIS BRAILLE, IN GOD WE TRUST' and the years 1809 and 2009
  • The reverse design features and young child reading a Braille book, with raised Braille writing above. There is a bookcase in the background with the word 'Independence"

You can buy this Louis Braille $1 Silver Commemorative on Bullion & Collectibles Exchange today.

  • Origin : United States
  • Metal : Silver
  • Fineness : .999
  • Year : 2009
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