This beautiful Sacagawea one dollar coin from the year 2000 is a rare find with no edge writing. It features a striking gold color and a proof strike type, making it a prized addition to any coin collection. The coin was minted in Denver and is ungraded, but comes with certification from the U.S. Mint.
This Native American coin is a valuable piece of history, showcasing the important contributions of Sacagawea to the Lewis and Clark expedition. Its denomination is $1 and its composition is gold. Don't miss out on the chance to own this unique and highly sought-after coin.
his 2000 D Sacagawea one dollar coin is a must-have for any coin collector. With its beautiful gold color and Native American design, this coin is a unique addition to any collection. Minted in Denver, this coin is composed of 88.5% copper, 6% zinc, 3.5% manganese, and 2% nickel and is ungraded and uncertified. No edge writing on coin.
This coin is a great investment for anyone who appreciates American history and culture. Add it to your collection today and enjoy its beauty for years to come.
This 2000 D Sacagawea One Dollar Coin is a must-have for any coin collector or enthusiast. It features a beautiful gold color and has been in circulation, adding to its unique character. The coin was struck at the Denver Mint in 2000 and has a business strike type.
The obverse side of the coin features the image of Sacagawea, a Native American woman who was an important part of the Lewis and Clark expedition. The reverse side features an eagle and thirteen stars representing the original thirteen colonies. This coin is ungraded and uncertified, making it an affordable addition to any collection. Add this stunning piece of American history to your collection today!