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2000-P Sacagawea Dollar Goodacre PCGS SP66 Diehl Signed
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- 1+ $995.00 $965.65
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Scarce Hand-Signed Sacagawea Dollar -- One of Few Left!
As the country neared the end of the last century, the Treasury department formed a committee to select a new dollar coin to replace the Susan B. Anthony dollar. That coin was the Sacagawea Dollar, honoring the contributions that Sacagawea made to the adventures of Lewis and Clark while they explored the western United States. The image was the work of the talented Glenna Goodacre, a popular southwestern sculptor, who was paid in 5,000 Sacagawea dollars.
The dollar coins paid to Ms. Goodacre were struck in two finishes known as Type 1 and Type II; the latter having a more golden, glossy appearance. In both cases, the finishes were said to be superior to those on regular-issue Sacagawea dollars. Now, over a decade later, the remaining Type II coins held back into Goodacre's personal holdings have been released for the first time.
Now's your chance to add a historically-charming, limited mintage Sacagawea dollar to your collection!
AMERICAN WEST INCARNATED! – Meet American explorer, Sacagawea. Designed by Glenna Goodacre, winner of the coin design competition, the obverse of the coin features the young Native American Shoshone woman who carries her infant son Jean Baptiste. As she gazes over her right shoulder, she is surrounded by the inscriptions "LIBERTY," "IN GOD WE TRUST" and the date "2000" and the Philadelphia mint mark. The reverse of the Sacagawea Dollar was designed by Thomas D. Rogers. It features a soaring eagle encircled by 17 stars, which represent the states of the union at the time of the Lewis and Clark expedition in 1804. Inscriptions on the reverse include "UNITED STATES OF AMERICA," "ONE DOLLAR," and "E PLURIBUS UNUM.
A TRIO OF METAL MAGIC -- This coin is 8.1 grams of a copper, nickel and zinc combo. With a gorgeous finish that looks like gold but isn’t, this signature version of the Goodacre dollar is features details passionate historians and collectors will treasure.
LUSTROUS, PROOF-LIKE FINISH -- This charming coin combines brilliance and beauty in one great mintage. It's designated a Type Il finish which denotes a proof-like and golden in hue. Fun fact: this finish only appeared on coins used to pay Ms. Goodacre for her Sacagawea coin design!
GRADED SIGNED -- Each dollar is graded by the Professional Coin Grading Service (PCGS) as SP66 and as a “Specimen”, due to its nature as a special presentation piece. Each is hand-signed by Philip Diehl, the 35th Director of the U.S. Mint.
U.S. LEGAL TENDER -- Each coin is $1 legal U.S. tender, which is reflected on the note's obverse along with a majestic soaring eagle.
PACKAGED AND CERTIFIED -- This Sacagawea dollar comes packaged in a wooden presentation box and includes a certificate of authenticity. You'll also receive a letter with its historical significance.
EXTREMELY LIMITED MINTAGE – Out of 5,000 original pieces these coins represent the last group. This makes this a tremendously sought-after addition for any coin collection. RUN don't walk to get this coin!
Due to its beloved historical story and the immensely limited quantity, this coin should be in every collector’s coin stock. Get yours today at GovMint.com!
|Year of Issue||2000|
|Composition||Copper-Nickel - CuNi|
|Mint Name||Philadelphia - P, U.S. Mint|
|Coin Weight||8.1 Grams - g|