The 2011 Presidential Dollar Series includes:
- Andrew Johnson Presidential Dollar The first coin in the 2011 series commemorates the seventeenth U.S. President, Andrew Johnson. The obverse of the coin features a portrait of Johnson, designed by Don Everhart, while the reverse showcases the iconic Statue of Liberty.
- Ulysses S. Grant Presidential Dollar Honoring the eighteenth U.S. President, Ulysses S. Grant, this coin displays a portrait designed by Don Everhart, who also sculpted the design. In line with the other coins in the series, the reverse features the Statue of Liberty.
- Rutherford B. Hayes Presidential Dollar The third coin in the series is dedicated to Rutherford B. Hayes, the nineteenth U.S. President. The portrait of Hayes was designed by Don Everhart, who also sculpted the design, with the reverse presenting the Statue of Liberty.
- James A. Garfield Presidential Dollar The fourth and final coin of the 2011 series pays tribute to James A. Garfield, the twentieth U.S. President. The portrait of Garfield was created by Phebe Hemphill, who also sculpted the design, with the reverse displaying the Statue of Liberty.
About the 2011 Presidential Dollar Series
Each Presidential Dollar is minted from a manganese-brass alloy, giving the coins a distinctive golden appearance. The inscriptions of the year, mint mark, and the motto "E Pluribus Unum" are located on the edge of the coin, adding a unique design touch.
As a dedicated collector, you can choose from our selection of individual 2011 Presidential Dollars, or opt for a complete set to expand your collection. We offer these coins in various conditions, including uncirculated and graded versions, to accommodate your collecting preferences.
Explore our 2011 Presidential Dollar Series collection and celebrate the history of the United States through these stunning coins. Don't miss the chance to add these presidential gems to your collection today. Happy collecting!