It's supposed to be like that.
The spelling "TRVST" is just part of the design and is on all Peace Dollars.
The spelling is NOT an error. Please see the Related Questions for more information.
8-24-11>> The coin is NOT an Liberty silver dollar, it's a PEACE dollar (1921-1935) and all them have TRVST spelled like this. It's just part of the design.
TRVST is NOT a misspelling. Please see the Related Questions for more information.
The spelling of trust with a 'V' is normal, all Peace dollars have it.
The spelling of of TRVST is just part of the design and is on all Peace Dollars. 1923 is common and has retail values for circulated coins of $15.00-$25.00. Mint state coins sell for $30.00-$40.00
It's the word TRUST spelled with a 'V' because the Latin alphabet does not have a 'U' in it. All Peace dollars have this spelling and so do Standing Liberty Quarters.
It's spelled correctly. The coins were lettered using the Latin alphabet. There's more information at the Related Question.
It's IN GOD WE TRUST not YOU trust and the spelling of trvst is on all Peace Dollars. Retail values for average circulated coins dated 1921 are $85.00-$126.00
None of us can predict the future, but please see the Related Questions for the current value of your coin and an explanation of why the word TRUST is spelled "TRVST".
That spelling is found on EVERY Peace dollar, so it's not a mistake. 1923 is a common date, currently worth just under $20 for the silver, and possibly a bit more if it's in good condition.