What is the value of a 2000 US golden dollar coin?
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.
They should be valued at face value I am not an expert but common since says if I can get them at the bank for my nephew at face value that's what they are worth