$1, the "gold" presidential dollars do not contain any gold but are made out of brass.
Brass, not gold IS, not "do" ADAMS, not "adamas" It's an ordinary circulation coin in the Presidential Dollars series. Worth 1 buck. No more, no less.
If you mean the 1 dollar coin .NO
If it has the dates 1797-1801, with the Statue of Liberty on the back, then it's a 2007 presidential dollar coin, worth one dollar.
It's not gold, it's brass and only a dollar.
The dollar coin is not real gold. The coin is worth a dollar unless it is uncirculated you may get around $1.50. If the coin has the mintmark "S" then it is a proof and is worth around $6. The mintmark is located on the rim of the coin.
John ADAMS, not ADMAS DOLLAR, not DOLLOR Brass, not gold. Anyway, it's an ordinary circulation coin worth $1. Hundreds of millions were struck. Go ahead and spend it if you want to.
If the coin you are referring to is gold coloured and has edge lettering, it is a presidential dollar, is made out of brass and worth no more than the $1 face value.
It's not gold and only worth a dollar.
Unless it's a proof coin in its mint packaging, it's an ordinary circulation coin worth a dollar. Note that the coin is made of brass and does not contain any gold.
The only way it could be worth more than a dollar is if it's a proof coin still in original Mint packaging. And it's not gold, it's brass.
Those are the years John Quincy Adams was President. The coin is mostly copper, not gold, and yes, it's real money, worth one dollar.
It's just a dollar coin with no gold in it and is in circulation today.The gold color is from the metal it's made from.
It's worth one dollar.
If the coin is actually made from gold, it will be worth whatever the gold content is worth. If it is a coin of gold appearance, it will maybe be worth whatever you paid for it.
If the dates actually read 1825-1829, and the coin has an image of President John Quincy Adams on one side, then it's a modern presidential $1 coin, minted in 2008, worth $1.
Do you want to check those dates again? 1881 has nothing to do with President Adams. If you have a gold-colored coin that's 26 mm in diameter, the dates will be 1797-1801 and it's an ordinary circulation coin worth ... ba DING ... one dollar.
Price depends on how much gold it has in it take it to a jeweler
First thing is, it's not gold. Second is, unless the coin came out of a 2007 Uncirculated Mint Set, it has no more than face value. It's just a dollar, spend it.
Not gold or old. The date 2008 is on the edge of the coin and it's made from brass. The dual dates 1825-1829 are the years John Quincy Adams served as president. It's just a dollar.
No. Gold hasn't been used in U.S. coinage since the early 1930s.
The coin is a Sacagawea dollar, it has no gold and is worth $1.00
The first thing is, it's not gold and it's not old. The coin is a 2007 (date on edge) John Adams Presidential dollar. The coins are made from brass, the dual date you see, is his term in office. The coin is just a dollar, spend it.