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2008 Martin Van Buren Dollar Upside Down Variety 2 pc Set

2008 Martin Van Buren Dollar Upside Down Variety 2 pc Set


 
Our Price: $9.95
Year: 2008
Mint(s): Philadelphia & Denver
Composition: Manganese Brass
Diameter: 26.50 mm
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Product Code: 17191
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Each President will be featured on a unique golden-colored coin. One side will show the President, while the other side depicts the Statue of Liberty. The Presidential Dollar will also incorporate unique edge lettering featuring the Year of Issue, Mint Mark, "In God We Trust, and "E Pluribus Unum."

FOUR Presidential Dollars will be struck per year, each issue for only 3 months, then never again. Making each dollar limited!

The dollars feature edge-incused writing. The last time this process was used was on the St. Gaudens. However, unbeknownst to the public, the United States Mint has released 2 major varieties of the Martin Van Buren coins...one with "Right side Up" and one with "Upside Down" edge writing!

This set contains two Martin Van Buren, Presidential Dollars, one each from the Philadelphia and Denver Mints.

Each set will contain 2 coins bearing the Inscriptions "IN GOD WE TRUST", "E PLURIBUS UNUM", the Mintmark and the Date...all Upside Down!


PRESIDENTIAL FACT:
Martin Van Buren was the EIGHTH President of the United States. Born December 5, 1782 and died July 24, 1862. His term was from 1837 to 1841. Before elected President, he was the eigth Vice President from 1833-1837. He was also a key player in organizing the Democratic Party. He was the first president to be born an American citizen, all of his predecessors were born before the revolution; he is also the only president not to have spoken English as a first language, as he grew up speaking Dutch.


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