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2009 James Polk Dollar - Denver - Uncirculated
2009 James Polk Presidential Dollar - Uncirculated - Denver


 
Our Price: $2.95
Year: 2009
Mint(s): Denver
Composition: Manganese Brass
Diameter: 26.5 mm
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Product Code: 20208
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On President's Day Weekend 2007, the U.S. Mint introduced the Presidential Dollars. Experts believe this will be the BIGGEST & most successful coin series in U.S. History. Even more popular & more exciting than the State Quarter Program! It's the first coin collection honoring all non-living Presidents.

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!

Presidential Dollars are struck at 3 U.S. Mint facilities. The Philadelphia and Denver Mint strike the Uncirculated issues, while the San Francisco Mint strikes the proof. This Denver Mint dollar is in Uncirculated condition and encapsulated to protect it's condition.


PRESIDENTIAL FACT:
James K.Polk became the ELEVENTH President of the United States, on March 4, 1845. Born November 2, 1795 and died June 15, 1849. At 49, became the youngest man at the time to assume the presidency. During his presidency James K. Polk was known as "Young Hickory" and "The Napoleon of the Stump" because of his speaking skills

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