2010 Sacagawea Dollar Error PCGS MS67 Moy Signed

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Hand-Signed Treasures You Won't Find Anywhere Else: the 2009 Native American Dollar with Missing Edge Lettering

The U.S. Mint wasn't built to make mistakes - not when its charged with producing more than 13 billion coins each year. But, in 2009, a very critical mistake not only was made…it wasn't caught until after a few thousand coins had left the U.S. Mint. That mistake centered on the Native American Dollar, a coin that had gone through some significant changes in 2008, including a new reverse and distinctive edged lettering. When the new coins rolled out in 2009 they were indeed beautiful.

But, some of them were also mistakes.

Out of 71 million coins minted in this series in 2009, .00791% were missing the edged lettering of the date, "E PLURIBUS UNUM," the mint mark, and thirteen stars. And, nowhere are those coins rarer than the selection we have available for you at GovMint.com, featuring packaging that is hand-signed by Edmund C. Moy.

Moy, the 38th Director of the U.S. Mint, served from 2006-2011. He's the last director to be confirmed by a president - the office is currently vacant. Moy oversaw a particularly busy time in U.S. coin history, including the release of the 2009 Ultra High-Relief Gold coin, the release of four new Lincoln cent designs and the management of increased demand for Silver Eagles.

His signature is a highlight of an already exceptional coin. The obverse of the 2009 Native American Dollar was designed by Glenda Goodacre, and features an image of Sacagawea, the Native American Shoshone woman who assisted Lewis and Clark on their famed exploration of the American West. In the image, Sacagawea carries her son Jean Baptiste on her back as she gazes over her right shoulder. Inscriptions include "LIBERTY" and "IN GOD WE TRUST."

Designed by Norm Nemeth, the reverse of the coin features a Native American woman planting seeds in a field of corn, beans, and squash. The agriculture theme symbolizes the strong emphasis the Native American culture placed on living with the land and respecting natural resources. Also on the reverse is the inscription "UNITED STATES OF AMERICA" and the denomination "$1."

The Professional Coin Grading Service (PCGS) has graded your coin MS67, which indicates an above average strike with full mint luster and attractive eye appeal. It's the perfect way to showcase this historic error of the U.S. Mint and the coin can be yours if you act quickly and contact GovMint.com. Given its condition and rarity, these coins will not last long!

Year of Issue 2010
Country United States
Condition Graded, Uncirculated
Grade MS67
Pedigree Missing Edge Lettering, Moy Signed
Denomination 1.00
Currency Type Dollar
Mint Name U.S. Mint
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