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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.

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The word trust is not misspelled. The Peace dollar and the standing liberty quarter both use the Latin spelling of trust as TRVST. 1925 is a common date for the peace dollar, and unless in uncirculated condition, it is worth anywhere from $25-35.


That depends on the supposed misspelling. If the U looks like a V, that's actually correct.



If by misspelled you mean that the U looks like a V, then it's supposed to look like that. It's a really common date for silver dollars, currently worth about $21 for the silver.


Trust is -not- misspelled. It simply uses the Latin U which looks like a V. The Standing Liberty Quarter also uses the same lettering, along with many other coins from the same time period or older. It is worth the same that any other 1922 Peace dollar is worth, which is around $30-35 if in circulated condition, mostly for the silver value since 1922 is a common date.


Blame the Romans - it's a stylistic artifact of Latin.


TRVST is NOT a misspelling. Please see the Related Questions for more information.


On the front-LIBERTY ,IN GOD WE TRUST On the back-UNITED STATS OF AMERICA,1oz. FINE SILVER-ONE DOLLAR But first year was 1986 not 1985


I have a 1924 silver dollar and, yes, it does have trust spelled with a "v".


Your 1924 Liberty silver dollar is actually a 1924 PEACE dollar and assuming it's circulated retail value is $16.00-$20.00 depending on condition. As to the "misprint" the spelling of TRUST with a V and not a U is normal all Peace dollars are like this. And remember, coins are minted, not printed. Dollar bills are printed.


It's spelled correctly. The coins were lettered using the Latin alphabet. There's more information at the Related Question.


TRVST is the normal spelling for all Peace dollars. 1923 is a very common date. Value is $13 to $15 depending on condition.


PLEASE use the Search function on this site to find the many other similar postings. It is not an error, it is the result of the artist using the Latin alphabet that did not have the letter U (or J, for that matter). Quarters from the same time period have similar styling.


It isn't misspelled. It uses the V as a U like Latin did, this is not a mint error but rather an intentional design characteristic. As such, it is worth the same as any 1926 Peace Dollar and is worth about $22 at the time of writing depending on condition.


You don't have an official U.S. coin. The Liberty Lobby was an extreme-conservative political group that didn't trust the Federal monetary system and issued its own pieces.


It's supposed to be like that.


This is a privately issued piece not a U.S. Mint product. If the piece does have silver in it, that is the only value.


moneda de silver united states of america E-PLURIBUS UNUM DE 1937 HALF DOLLAR IN GOD WE TRUST LIBERTY


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.


its a quarter has liberty ,god we trust, united state ,quarter dollar on front


Right idea, wrong words- in the PEACE silver dollar- 1921-35 none issued in 1929 owing to depression-naturally. Okay the word Trust is spelled in the Latin style TRVST and not Liberty . this was to play up the Latin effect. the designer was an Italian-American and the Girl on the face was partly patterned after his wife. on the other hand there is little doubt the Morgan dollar was patterned after the ancient Greek Decadrachma of Syracuse with only minor changes to accommodate Liberty on the Hat , etc.The Decadrachma of Syracuse is a very valuable and Big Ancient coin.


There is no 1921 barber silver dollar, it is either a peace dollar (eagle perched on a rock engraved PEACE on the reverse) or a Morgan dollar (Eagle with gothic lettering above it saying "In God we Trust" on the reverse)


No, "In God We Trust" was first placed on a US coin (the two cent piece) in 1864.


The population of Liberty Property Trust is 450.


The motto " In God We Trust " was added to dollar coins in 1866. There was no mintage of 1871 dollars without the motto.



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