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Two (2) year 2000 Library of Congress Bimetallic Ten Dollar Coins including one Proof. Coins struck to commemorate the bicentennial of the Library of Congress, 1786-1986. Obverse: The hand of Minerva raising the torch of learning over the dome of the Jefferson Building. Reverse: Logo of the Library of Congress encircled by a laurel wreath. 2000 Library of Congress Bimetallic ten dollar coin, West Point mint, 16.259 grams each, 32.518 grams together. 27mm diameter, Composition: 48% platinum, 48% gold, 4% alloy. Mintage limit: 200,00 all options. 1st item: Proof Ten Dollar Coin. 2nd item: Uncirculated Ten Dollar Coin. 32.518 grams together. Both coins with original packaging and certificates of authenticity. Provenance: The estate of Martha Goldsmith, Clarksville, TN. CONDITION: Both coins uncirculated.