Liberty Bell Silver Dollar Coins?

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The Liberty Bell Silver dollar coin is made from silver. Sometimes, this coin was melted down to used for silver bullets in 1964. These coins were produced from 1948 until 1963 and there were over 500 million made.
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The "silver" dollar is actually referred to as the "Suzie B". It depicts the image of Susan B. Anthony. I like the Sacajawea dollar coin better, it's pretty!
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