Susan B Anthony Dollar 1980-P BU

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    Susan B. Anthony, the inspiration for the dollar minted from 1979-1981, is known for her efforts in the women's suffrage movement. Born into a Quaker family, Anthony strongly fought for social equality, whether it was for antislavery or women's rights. Since women didn't have the right to vote, Anthony broke the law and voted in Rochester, New York, in 1872. She refused to pay the fine and to downplay her offense, there was no trial held for her "misconduct." When the US Mint wanted to make another US dollar, they desired for another Lady Liberty design. But there were protesters who fought for a female's portrait to be featured so Susan B. Anthony won the debate. The 1980-P Susan B. Anthony Dollar was minted at the very first mint in the US, the Philadelphia Mint, and is in brilliant uncirculated condition.

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    • Year: 1980
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