Sacagawea Dollar 2005-P BU

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  • Description:

    Over the last 40 years, the US Mint has strived to recreate a memorable dollar, much like the Morgan silver dollar. When a law was passed in 1965 not to use 90% silver in US coins, the US Mint found themselves in the midst of a large problem. The first US dollar produced after this law was the Eisenhower dollar, which only some years contain 40% silver. The Susan B. Anthony Dollar came next, only in the inexpensive copper and nickel alloy. The Sacagawea Dollar surprised everyone with its rare golden hue, sourced from its copper core. The US Mint produced the Sacagawea Dollar mainly for collectibility purposes, instead of placing thousands into circulation. The 2005-P Sacagawea Dollar was minted at the Philadelphia Mint and exhibits the famous Shoshone Indian on the obverse, as well as the date of mintage. The reverse displays an eagle design, satisfying the requirement to feature a symbol of liberty on every coin.

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    • Year: 2005
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