In the United States, the dollar coin is the highest-denomination coin in regular circulation. The U.S. dollar coins have featured different designs throughout history. Notable series of U.S. dollar coins include the Morgan Dollar (1878-1904, 1921), Peace Dollar (1921-1935), Eisenhower Dollar (1971-1978), Susan B. Anthony Dollar (1979-1981, 1999), Sacagawea Dollar (2000-present), and Presidential Dollar (2007-2016).

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Mint Mark

Mint Mark

Coin Grade

Coin Grade
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Numerical Grade
Adjectival Description
About Good: Design details are flat and appear in outline. Portions of the rim are lost to wear.
4, 6
Good: Design details are flat and visible in outline. Some portions of the design may be faint.
8, 10
Very Good: Heavy wear flattens design elements, although major features are clearly outlined.
12, 15
Fine: Moderate wear on many elements with heavy wear on high points. Major design elements remain visible.
20, 25, 30, 35
Very Fine: Major details of the coin are clear although wear is evident; the high points show moderate wear.
40, 45
Extremely Fine: Design features are well defined, although light wear is evident throughout.
50, 53, 55, 58
About Uncirculated: Traces of light wear are evident on the high points of the coin's design.
Mint State: A coin that shows no wear or evidence of circulation.
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What are United States dollar coins?
United States dollar coins are legal tender coins issued by the United States Mint that have a face value of one U.S. dollar. They are intended for general circulation but are less commonly used than dollar bills. Dollar coins feature various designs and have been minted in different compositions throughout history.
What are some notable United States dollar coin series?
Several notable dollar coin series have been minted in the United States. The Sacagawea Dollar, introduced in 2000, features Sacagawea, a Shoshone Native American woman who played a significant role as an interpreter during the Lewis and Clark expedition. Another series is the Presidential Dollar series, which began in 2007 and honors each U.S. President with a unique design. Additionally, the Native American Dollar series, starting in 2009, highlights Native American contributions and achievements.
Are United States dollar coins commonly used in everyday transactions?
While United States dollar coins are legal tender, they are not as widely circulated or commonly used in everyday transactions as dollar bills. Dollar bills are more commonly accepted and preferred by the general public. However, dollar coins are often sought after by collectors, and some people may choose to use them in specific situations or for coin collecting purposes. The United States Mint continues to produce dollar coins for circulation, but their usage is more limited compared to other denominations.
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