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One dollar silver commemorative coin minted in 2000. a - coin b - Certificate of Authenticity c - box On the front of the coin in the center there is a bust of Queen Charlotte with "CHARLOTTE - REGINA" written under the bust and "1744-1818" written above the bust. There are two bands of decorative edging between the two written sections. The edging is composed of alternating pointed ovals and diamond shapes. Queen Charlotte is facing right. She is wearing a beaded necklace and beaded earring. Her hair is swept back from her face at the sides and tightly curled at the nape of her neck. She is also wearing a headband/tiara. On the back in the middle there is a Charlotte crown symbol with "CHARLOTTE" written underneath it. Around the edges there is written, clockwise: "PARK CENTER CITY" then a decoration, then "TRANSIT" then a decoration, then "ONSTREET PARKING" then a decoration, then "TROLLEY" then a decoration. The decorations between the writing are composed of diamond shapes on either side of a pointed oval. Printed on side of coin: "333 FS999." Coin is housed in small dark navy box with red plastic insert. See notes for text of Certificate of Authenticity.
Location:3500 Shamrock Dr,North Carolina,Charlotte,28215