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How much is the Sacajawea dollar coin?

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2015-07-30 00:49:13
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One dollar.

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It is one dollar.

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Sacajawea is on the one dollar coin



Yes Sacajawea is on a dollar coin



Because it is just a one dollar coin.


The date is on the edge of the coin, it's not gold and only one dollar.


Sacajawea is on a one dollar US coin that was made in the 2000s.



One dollar, unless it's a proof coin still in the original package from the mint, spend it.


One dollar, unless it's a proof coin still in the original package from the mint, spend it.


It is a Sacajawea dollar coin worth $1 dollar.NOTE: The motto E PLURIBUS UNUM is NOT used to identify any US coin


No such coin exists. Susan B Anthony coins were only struck from 1979-1999, in 2000 the only circulation type dollar was the Sacajawea coin and unless it is a proof coin, the Sacajawea dollar is only worth face value.


$1. Those are not made of, nor do they contain any gold.


In the year 2000, the US created a 1 dollar coin with a picture of Sacajawea.





2000 is by far the most common date for Sacagawea dollars. The coin is worth one dollar.


I hope you know the coin is not gold, just gold colored. Unless it's a proof coin it's only worth a dollar.


The value of a 2000 Sacajawea dollar is $1. The value of 2,000 Sacajawea dollars is $2,000. Which question are you asking?


The date and mint mark are on the edge of the coin, and it's worth one dollar.



Then that coin is a error and is worth a whole lot more than a dollar First look at the edge of the coin for the date & mintmark.


If you got it in change or from a bank, spend it




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