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More information is needed - what is the coin's date, mint mark, and condition?

US silver dollars carried a picture of Miss Liberty from 1794 to 1935, and so do modern Presidential dollars. All other $1 coins have that word on them, so "Liberty dollar" could apply to any of them.

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