This question comes up frequently. If you think about it for a few moments, how likely would it be for the Mint to make the same "mistake" on hundreds of millions of coins struck over a 14-year period without fixing it? The explanation is that it's NOTan error, just artistic license!
See the Related Questions for more information."Misprint"To clear things up, coins are said to be STRUCK or MINTED. The word "print" is used for things made with paper and ink, like $1 bills.
It's IN GOD WE TRVST not "you" the use of a V instead of a U is normal on all Peace dollars so the answer is yes.
The spelling of trust with a 'V' is normal, all Peace dollars have it.
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
TRVST is the normal spelling for all Peace Dollars. 1923 is a common date -- worth about $6 in circulated grades.
Circulated coins are valued at $16.00 to $20.00 dollars. The spelling of trust with a"V" is normal and is on all Peace dollars.
7-29-11>>> The spelling of TRVST is just part of the design and is on all Peace Dollars. It adds NOTHING to the value of the coin. 1923 is common date and has retail values for circulated coins of $36.00-$40.00.
The spelling "TRVST" is just part of the design and is on all Peace Dollars.
TRVST is NOT a misspelling. Please see the Related Questions for more information.
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
There were no silver dollars made in 1916. Since you said, "With in God We Trvst" I believe you're thing of Peace dollars. These were not made in 1916.
TRVST is the normal spelling for all Peace dollars. 1923 is a very common date. Value is $13 to $15 depending on condition.
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.
Yes, all peace dollars spell trust with a Latin U which is a V making it Trvst. This is not an error but rather an artistic design, Standing Liberty Quarters also use this spelling.
Please check your coin again. The motto is In God WE Trust, and on a 1900 Morgan dollar the word is spelled using the English alphabet so it appears as TRUST rather than TRVST. The latter spelling was used on Peace dollars issued from 1921 to 1935. And to further clear things up, coins are said to be minted or struck. "Print" refers to paper and ink, like dollar bills.
The woman on the coin is Susan B. Anthony also the coin is not silver. Look at the word trust again, if the "U" does actually appear to be a "V" the cause is a damaged or filled die that adds nothing to the $1.00 value of the coin.
TRVST is the normal spelling for all Peace Dollars. These coins were lettered using the Latin alphabet. 1924 is a common date for Peace Dollars - please see the Related Questions
Circulated coins are $16.00-$20.00 depending on the grade of the coin. The spelling of the word trust with a V is normal and is on all Peace dollars.
AnswerAll Peace dollars, which include all 1923 silver dollars and all 1921 Peace dollars*, use the Latin spelling of TRUST, which is TRVST. (Latin had no "v" character, but their "u" looked like our "v." That's why a "w" is called a "double-u" instead of a "double-v.") The Morgan dollar design didn't use this spelling, so 1921 Morgan dollars render the word "TRUST."Note that most 1921 dollars were struck using the Morgan design. These do not have the word PEACE on the back and depict the eagle with its wings open, so they're very easy to tell apart from the Peace design.
Your coin is not genuine if it is dated 1929. There were no Peace Dollars produced in 1929 (however, on genuine Peace Dollars Trust is spelled with its Latinized spelling as Trvst also). Being as your coin is a fantasy piece, it has no collectible value. The only value it has is for its precious metal content, however, not being an official mint product, there is no standard metal content of it. Such a coin could be 100% silver, 90% silver, silver plated, or might contain no silver at all. Since it isn't a genuine coin, I would first off try to see what type of material it is made out of then it would be worth the going price for that metal.
Please look at the coin again, the date of 1888 is a Morgan dollar and can not have trust spelled with a "V" that's only on Peace dollars which were first struck in 1921. And the motto is IN GOD WE TRUST not YOU!!. Please post new question with accurate information.
The spelling is NOT an error. Please see the Related Questions for more information.
It's not an error, all PEACE dollars have the word "TRUST" spelled with a V because their is no U in the Latin alphabet.
TRVST is the normal spelling for all Peace Dollars (1921-1935). It was done this way because the coins were lettered with the Latin alphabet, not the English alphabet. So it's not an error -- just a normal coin from that time. And in any case the motto is In God WE Trvst, not "you". Please post a new question with the date and condition of the coin to be more specific as to value.
No US coins say "In god YOU trust", and the Latin spelling "trvst" was only used on Peace dollars minted from 1921 to 1935. As you can tell by looking at coins in your pocket change, the motto is In God WE Trust. Please check the coin's date again to verify it versus the motto. If it is an 1883 dollar you have what's called a Morgan dollar after its designer, George T. Morgan. There's more information at the Related Question.
Please take a look at your coin more closely. Anthony dollars all used the English alphabet so TRUST has the familiar spelling with a "U". The Latin alphabet was used to letter Standing Liberty quarters and Peace dollars so they carry the spelling TRVST. Note that it's very definitely NOT an error, but rather a case of artistic license.