1 Dollar KM110 United States
In the center is a profile of Liberty, facing left. Her hair is pinned up but also tumbling down her neck. She has a band on her head inscribed with the word “LIBERTY” and there is a wreath of foliage protruded upwards from beneath the band. Above her head, in a half-circle starting level with her eye, are inscribed the words “E – PLURIBUS – UNUM”. Below her bust is printed the date. The ring is completed by thirteen stars, seven on the left and six on the right.
There is an eagle, clutching an olive branch in its claws, with wings aloft and reaching to the edge of the coin, as though flying. Between its wings is written the words “In God we trust” and it is circled below by a laurel wreath. In a ring around this scene is printed “UNITED STATES OF AMERICA” at the top and “ONE DOLLAR” at the bottom, with a star on either side separating these two phrases.