KM-311 Country United States Year 2000 Value 1 Dollar (1 USD) Metal Silver (.900) Weight 26.73 g Diameter 38.1 mm
Commemorative issue 200th Anniversary of the Library of Congress Obverse Two books, one is open with its spine resting on the other closed book. The torch of learning appears in the background. Lettering: LIBRARY OF CONGRESS 1800 2000 IN GOD WE TRUST LIBERTY TDR Engraver: Thomas D. Rogers , Sr. Thomas D. Rogers, Sr. is a former sculptor-engraver with the United States Mint and designer of the 2000–2008 reverse side of the United States Golden dollar coins, or Sacagawea dollars. Rogers holds an A.A.S. degree with a major in commercial art. He joined the U.S. Reverse The dome of the Library of Congress Jefferson Building. Lettering: UNITED STATES OF AMERICA E PLURIBUS UNUM ONE DOLLAR Pั Engraver: John M. Mercanti John M. Mercanti is an American sculptor and engraver. He was the twelfth Chief Engraver of the United States Mint until his retirement in late 2010.