If you found it in change, $1. While this coin is referred to as the "Golden Dollar," it's actually copper-brass and contains no gold whatsoever.
The obverse, or "heads" side, shows Sacagawea, the American Indian guide for Lewis and Clark.
There is a small premium for high-grade mint-state specimens, and proof versions sell for $5 to $14, but any found in change have no extra value.
About a billion of them were minted and they're in regular use in some parts of the country. They are not valuable and do not contain any gold, only a manganese alloy that looks gold-colored. You might as well spend it.Gold Walking Liberty DollarsThe 2000 Walking Liberty Dollar is not gold. Some have been gold plated after minting in hopes of increasing their value. Most serious collectors are not interested in the modification of the original coin. These gold plated 'Silver Bullion' coins are advertised for $19.95 each.
Betsy Ross isn't on any US coin. If it's dated 2000, and golden in color, then it's a Sacagawea dollar coin, worth one dollar.
It's a common dollar coin that's face value
The value of a 2000 5 dollar coin from the Republic of Liberia can be worth as much as 16 dollars. The value of the coin is dependent upon the condition of the coin.
Approximately One dollar
It's worth one dollar.
The 2000 Sacagawea dollar coin is not made of gold the color comes from the Brass in the coin. Value is $1.00
The coin is a common Sacagawea dollar coin and its worth a dollar.
It's a common coin still in circlation, value is $1.00
The value of a 2000 Sacajawea dollar is $1. The value of 2,000 Sacajawea dollars is $2,000. Which question are you asking?
If the coin is gold in color and minted in 2000, then it's a Sacagawea dollar coin, and it's worth one dollar.
It's still worth 1 dollar.
That is a Sacagawea dollar, they have been minted from 2000 onwards and are worth one dollar.
The coin is a Sacagawea dollar made from brass and is just face value.
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.
The coin is a Sacagawea dollar not a liberty dollar and it's only worth a dollar.
Canada has never issued a $5 coin.
The coin is a Sacagawea dollar, it has no gold and is worth $1.00