5 years ago #1
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What is a 2000 Gold Susan B. Anthony coin worth? It has the letter "P" on it. Please answer!

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5 years ago #2
Ben
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It's worth a dollar unfortunetly, assuming it is a circulated coin.

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5 years ago #3
Haleiwahi
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It has been my opinion that the Susan B Anthony $1 coin was only made from 1979-1999 skipping any minting between 1981-1998. I was unaware that there was minting of this coin in 2000. The US Mint began coining the Sacagawea in 2000 till now. The Susan B. Anthony coin was not minted in gold or in a gold color coin, it was minted in the standard copper-nickel clad. So if you do have a Susan B. Anthony coin in gold I'd check it with a coin shop to see if someone can determine if it is in fact gold or what it is. The Sacagawea coin was gold in color but is really a copper core with an outer layer of magnesium-brass and mixed with some other metals.

Now there were some 2000W Sacagawea coins minted in 22K gold for some coin collectors as neumismatic specimens. I think there were even some minted in Philadelphia. Hope this helps.

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5 years ago #4
stan main
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dit has a p on it

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5 years ago #5
Haleiwahi
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Which is it? A susan b. anthony or a sacagawea?

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5 years ago #6
PHILBUG
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2000 SACAGAWEA GOLD UNCIRULATED WHAT IS IT WORTH? THANKS

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5 years ago #7
haleiwahi
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The composition is Copper with manganese brass cladding:
88.5% Cu
6% Zn
3.5% Mn
2% Ni

The philadelphia mint made some 767 mil and the Denver mint made some 518 mil. In 2001, Coin World reported the revelation (via a FOIA document request) that the Mint had struck 39 examples of the 2000 Sacagawea dollar in gold in June 1999 at the West Point Mint. The planchets came from specially prepared ½ troy-oz $25 American Gold Eagle Bullion Planchets. Why they were struck is not known; speculation is that this was an attempt by the mint to offer "Premium" collectibles in conjunction with the newly released Sacagawea dollar in 2000.

Twenty-seven were soon melted and the remaining 12 were on board Space Shuttle Columbia for the July 1999 STS-93 mission. Two examples then popped up at two separate events; one during a Private Congressional Dinner in August 1999, and another example at the Official First-Strike ceremonies in November. The coins remained at Mint Headquarters under lock and key until they were transferred in 2001 to Fort Knox. The strikes are considered to be illegal due to the Coinage regulations in place.

In 2007, the Mint announced it would for the first time publicly display the 12 space-flown gold dollars at the American Numismatic Association's World's Fair of Money in Milwaukee, WI.

So if you've got a 22k gold 2000 Sacagawea . . . I wonder where U got it.

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5 years ago #8
Haleiwahi
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Sorry, I forgot to sign in before I posted that comment

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2 years ago #9
g
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no its uncirculated in a coin roll total of 25 untouched

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2 years ago #10
Eddie
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Yes it has a p on it. I have a roll of them which says $25 which there are 25 $1 COINS IN ROLL

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7 months ago #11
lee
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I have an oreo one is it valuable

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2 months ago #12
2pamkeith
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I also have the Susan B Anthony Gold Coin with a D on some and some with a P on it. They are all Gold Coins bought from the bank.

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2 months ago #13
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Only 2000 sacagawea dollar that is worth much has a P mint mark and is worth thousands... Google "Cheerios Dollar" and you will see what I'm talking about. It was a special "pattern" coin indicated by the cross hatch marks on the eagles tail feathers. Only about 5,500 were made and put into random boxes of cheerios cereal as a promotion for the new $1 coin

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