Coin Collector 2007 PR70 DCAM Little Rock Commemorative Silver Dollar
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They only numbered nine, but their strength and determination helped change a nation. This 2007 PR70 DCAM Little Rock Central High School Desegregation Commemorative Silver Dollar honors those courageous Arkansas high school students who played such an important part in securing racial equality in public education. 2007 Little Rock Central High School Desegregation Commemorative Silver Dollar Features: Honors the 50th anniversary of the Little Rock Central High School desegregation - a tribute to the strength, determination and courage of nine African-American students who, in the fall of 1957, integrated the high school and became a symbol of the fight for civil rights Obverse features students, accompanied by an armed United States soldier, walking to the school. Nine stars represent the nine African-American students. Reverse shows Little Rock Central High School circa 1957 Released by the United States Mint on May 15, 2007  Graded PR70 - a Proof coin with the highest possible grade of 70 Deep Cameo (DCAM) - deeply frosted devices and lettering that contrast with the fields to produce extra sharp details First Day of Issue Limited edition: 298 Measures approx. 1.49" in diameter 1 oz. pure silver Encapsulated Wooden display box with window - measures approx. 4"L x 5-3/8"W x 1-1/4"H

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