No. The proof dollars were struck in Philadelphia instead of San Francisco, so if your book includes slots for the proof coins, there should be two 1999 P's.
No, The San Francisco Mint did not strike any 1999 dollars.
There is no such nickel. Susan B Anthony has only been featured on the dollar coin in the late 1900s.
Susan B. Anthony was born on February 15, 1820 and died on March 13, 1906. Susan B. Anthony would have been 86 years old at the time of death or 195 years old today.
There is no 1832 Susan B Anthony coin. Susan B Anthony was born in 1820 - which would mean that she would have been 11 or 12 years old in 1832. No "living" person has ever been used as the image on our coins. Especially a 12 year old.
Yes, there have been speculations like this.
*Did Susan B. Anthony have a horse? And yes, she most likely did have a horse because cars had not been invented so horses were the most commonly used form of transporation.
No she did not, to date there have been no female presidents of U.S.A.
I can think of 2 Martha Washington on the silver certificate and Susan B Anthony..
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Susan B. Anthony on the dollar coin, Sacagawea on the golden dollar, and Helen Keller on the Alabama quarter
"I had rather...make history than write it." - Susan B. Anthony (1820 - 1906) "I have encountered riotous mobs and have been hung in effigy, but my motto is this: Men's rights are nothing more. Women's rights are nothing less." - Susan B. Anthony "I distrust those people who know so well what God wants them to do because I notice it always coincides with their own desires." - Susan B. Anthony "The older I get, the greater power I seem to have to help the world; I am like a snowball - the further I am rolled the more I gain." - Susan B. Anthony I'm sure there are more, but these are the only ones I know.
Nope. For years previous to Anthony women had been fighting for their right to vote. One of the women was May Wright Sewall (lived 1844-1920)
I was looking through a coin book that I bought at the store today and it said that there had been a mistake in mints and that the susan B Anthony was made in place of another coin. I'm not sure its worth at the moment but I know that it is worth something. ______________________________________________________________________ Most of the "gold" Anthony dollars on the market are plated and have no extra value. In 1999 a few of them were accidentally struck on brass blanks intended for Sacajawea dollars, and these are worth a considerable amount. However you'd need to have the coin authenticated by an expert to be sure what it is.
A nickname for Susan B Anthony might be Iron-willed Anthony. She endured opposition and abuse as she traveled, lectured, and canvassed across the nation for women's rights.
B. As i stand in front of you tonight, i have been charged with many crimes with the alleged crime of illegally voting in the last presidental election-- Apex
...$1. It is gold plated which adds no value to the coin, collectors view this plating as damage. All Susan B. Anthony coins are just worth $1 unless in proof condition (which would have been ruined by plating the coin anyways) so your coin is worth $1.
Susan B Anthony helped women across the nation to have freedom, and to have rights. She traveled,helped and spoke her mind while giving thousands speechs of womenand how men and women she be equal. If it she had not done that. The way women are today and have diffrent jobs besides nursing, freedom, and to be able to vote would not happen if it had not had been here.
It is not a "liberty" dollar, it is a Susan B. Anthony dollar. It is not silver,, has never been made out of silver, and is only worth $1. They are in common circulation.
The 1979 Susan B. Anthony Dollar coin was never issued in gold. Its composition is a core of pure copper with outer layers of copper/nickel (75% copper and 25% nickel). If you have one which appears to be gold then it has been gold plated or colored by some means to give the appearance of gold.
Please don't assume that every coin with a woman's face on it is Susan B. Anthony. U.S. coins at that time carried stylized images of MISS LIBERTY. Your coin is called a Barber half dollar after its designer Charles Barber. There's more information at the question "What is the value of a 1915 US half dollar?" Anthony's picture only appeared on $1 coins struck in 1979-81 and 1999. In 1915, women weren't even allowed to vote, and Ms. Anthony was very unpopular due to her work for universal suffrage. It would have been politically impossible for her to appear on a coin minted at that time.
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Please don't assume that every woman on a US coin is Susan B. Anthony! Your coin has a picture of Miss Liberty, as in "Statue of ..." There's more information at the Related Question. Ms. Anthony was very much alive in 1880 so by law she couldn't be depicted on a coin. Plus she was extremely unpopular due to her feminist views, so she never would have been honored in by the government of 1880 that was composed entirely of men.
Suzy has always been a good nickname for Susan. some people call Susan "Sunny".
President Dwight D. Eisenhower 1971-1978 Susan B. Anthony 1979-1981 & 1999 Sacagawea 2000 to date
Susan has been ill.