2000-W US Mint Library of Congress Commemorative $10 PR69 DCAM
The 2000-W Library of Congress 200th Anniversary Commemorative $10 Bimetallic coin is the U.S. Mint's first ever bimetallic coin (it contains 0.25 troy oz of platinum in the center, surrounded by 0.25 troy oz of gold around the outside).
The obverse of the $10 bimetallic coin highlights Roman goddess of wisdom Minerva's hand on the Torch of Learning with the Jefferson Building dome in the background; the Library's seal appears on the reverse side.
Authorized minting for this commemorative was set at 200,000 coins in both uncirculated and proof versions. Only 34,706 were minted, with 27,445 of those being proofs. Consequently the uncirculated cons carry a higher premium due to their relative scarcity.
This coin has been graded as a Proof 69 Deep Cameo by PCGS.
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