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Presidential Dollars

The United States is honoring our Nationís Presidents by issuing circulating coins featuring their images in the order that they served. The series begins with Presidents Washington, Adams, Jefferson and Madison in 2007. The United States Mint will mint and issue four Presidential Coins per year and each will have a reverse design featuring a striking rendition of the Statue of Liberty. The composition of the new Presidential Coins will be identical to that of the Golden Dollar featuring Sacagawea.

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Anthony Dollars

Intended to honor this pioneer in women's rights, legislation dated October 10, 1978 provided for the issuance of the Susan B. Anthony Dollar coin. Both obverse and reverse designs were the work of Chief Engraver of the U.S. Mint, Frank Gasparro. His initials FG are located below the portrait and the eagle. Placement of the Susan B. Anthony's likeness on the Dollar represented the first time that a women, other than a mythical figure, has appeared on a circulating U.S. coin. The reverse design is the same as that used on the Eisenhower Dollar. Mint marks P, D, or S appear on the observe, slightly above Anthony's right shoulder. The size of this coin caused it to be confused with the quarter and it failed to gain widespread public acceptance.

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Sacagawea Dollars

This coin depicts Sacagawea, a young Native American Shoshone as conceived by artist Glenna Goodacre. On her back she carries Jean Baptiste, her infant son. The reverse shows an eagle in flight designed by mint engraver, Thomas D. Rogers, Sr. Sacagawea helped guide explorers Meriwether Lewis and William Clark during their famed journey westward from the Great Northern Plains to the Pacific. These coins have a distinctive golden color and a plain edge to distinguish them from other denominations or coins of similar size.

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Eisenhower Dollars

Honoring both President Dwight D. Eisenhower and the first landing of man on the moon, this design is the work of Chief Engraver Frank Gasparro, whose initials are on the truncation and below the eagle. The reverse is an adaptation of the official Apollo 11 insignia. Collectors coins were struck in 40% silver composition which we sell below. The circulation issue is copper-nickel

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Peace Dollars

The dollar issued from 1921 to 1935 was a commemorative peace coin. Anthony De Francisci, a medalist, designed this dollar. His monogram is located in the field of the coin under the neck of Liberty. The new peace dollar was placed in circulation January 3, 1922.

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Morgan Dollars

The obverse of the Morgan silver dollar depicts Miss Liberty facing left, her hair in a Phrygian cap, and with LIBERTY inscribed on a ribbon or band holding a spray of leaves and sheaves. E PLURIBUS UNUM is above, seven stars are to the left, six stars are to the right, and the date is below. The portrait was modeled after Miss Anna Willess Williams, a girl of 19, who sat for Morgan earlier, and who was depicted on several varieties of pattern half dollars in 1877. All coins are hand selected and graded accurately. We go thru great length's to find and stock these dollars. There are no problem coins in any of the grades that we offer.

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