2004-P Thomas Edison $1 Silver Commemorative - MS-69 PCGS

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This Silver coin commemorates the 125th anniversary of Thomas Edison’s demonstration of his first successful electric light bulb. On the obverse of the coin is a waist-up portrait of Edison holding a light bulb in his right hand. On the reverse is a light bulb of the 1879 style mounted on a base, with arcs surrounding. This example has been graded MS-69 by PCGS!

On October 21, 1879, Thomas Alva Edison successfully tested an electric light bulb. Using a carbon filament within a glass housing, the bulb remained illuminated for a satisfactory amount of time. This achievement culminated a period in which Edison had tested several hundred different materials and arrangements, without success.

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Product Specifications

Product ID: 22143
Year: 2004
Mint Mark: P - Philadelphia
Grade: MS-69
Denomination: $1
Diameter: 38.1 mm
Thickness: 3.1 mm

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