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2012 Grover Cleveland 1st Term - Dollar - Denver - Uncirculated in a capsule 2012 Grover Cleveland 1st Term - Dollar - Philadelphia - Uncirculated in a capsule 2012 Grover Cleveland 1st Term - Presidential Dollar - Gold - Denver
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2012 Grover Cleveland 1st Term -  Dollar - Denver - Uncirculated in a capsule 2012 Grover Cleveland 1st Term -  Dollar - Philadelphia - Uncirculated in a capsule 2012 Grover Cleveland 1st Term - Presidential Dollar - Gold - Denver
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, and "E Pluribus Unum." In 2009, the motto "In God We Trust" was moved from the edge to the obverse of the coin.

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 Facts:
Grover Cleveland is the only President to serve two non-consecutive terms (1885-89 and 1893-97) and therefore is the only President to be counted twice, our 22nd and 24th President. He was named Stephen Grover, but did not use the name Stephen in his adult life. Prior to being elected president he served as Mayor of Buffalo, New York and was Governor of New York. His battles for political reform and fiscal conservatism made him an icon for American conservatives of the era. He entered the office of President as a bachelor. He was the second President to be married while in office and the only President to have a wedding in the White House. Cleveland’s portrait was on the US $1,000 bill.
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, and "E Pluribus Unum." In 2009, the motto "In God We Trust" was moved from the edge to the obverse of the coin.


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 Philadelphia Mint dollar is in Uncirculated condition and encapsulated to protect it's condition.
Presidential Facts:
Grover Cleveland is the only President to serve two non-consecutive terms (1885-89 and 1893-97) and therefore is the only President to be counted twice, our 22nd and 24th President. He was named Stephen Grover, but did not use the name Stephen in his adult life. Prior to being elected president he served as Mayor of Buffalo, New York and was Governor of New York. His battles for political reform and fiscal conservatism made him an icon for American conservatives of the era. He entered the office of President as a bachelor. He was the second President to be married while in office and the only President to have a wedding in the White House. Cleveland’s portrait was on the US $1,000 bill.
 
2012 Grover Cleveland 1st Term - Presidential Dollar - Gold - Philadelphia 2012 Grover Cleveland 1st Term - Presidential Dollar - Platinum - Denver 2012 Grover Cleveland 1st Term - Presidential Dollar - Platinum - Philadelphia
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2012 Grover Cleveland 1st Term - Presidential Dollar - Gold - Philadelphia 2012 Grover Cleveland 1st Term - Presidential Dollar - Platinum - Denver 2012 Grover Cleveland 1st Term - Presidential Dollar - Platinum - Philadelphia
     
2012 Presidential Dollar Grover Cleveland 1st Term - San Francisco - Proof in Capsule 2012 Presidential Dollar P & D Lens - Cleveland 1st Term 2012 Grover Cleveland 1st Term - Presidential Dollar P/D/S Lens
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2012 Presidential Dollar Grover Cleveland 1st Term -  San Francisco - Proof in Capsule 2012 Presidential Dollar P & D Lens - Cleveland 1st Term 2012 Grover Cleveland 1st Term - Presidential Dollar P/D/S Lens
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, and "E Pluribus Unum." In 2009, the motto "In God We Trust" was moved from the edge to the obverse of the coin.

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 San Francisco Mint Dollar is in Proof Condition.
Presidential Facts:
Grover Cleveland is the only President to serve two non-consecutive terms (1885-89 and 1893-97) and therefore is the only President to be counted twice, our 22nd and 24th President. He was named Stephen Grover, but did not use the name Stephen in his adult life. Prior to being elected president he served as Mayor of Buffalo, New York and was Governor of New York. His battles for political reform and fiscal conservatism made him an icon for American conservatives of the era. He entered the office of President as a bachelor. He was the second President to be married while in office and the only President to have a wedding in the White House. Cleveland’s portrait was on the US $1,000 bill.
 
The historic Presidential Dollars series began in 2007 with coins for George Washington, John Adams, Thomas Jefferson and James Madison. This is the FIRST coin program in history to honor all of America's Presidents, and it is destined to be the most popular collection in history, even BIGGER and more popular than the State Quarters!

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, and "E Pluribus Unum." In 2009, the motto "In God We Trust" was moved from the edge to the obverse of the coin.

Each golden coin is strictly a limited edition. The Washington and Adams coins that were made for circulation are already out of issue. Now, you have the opportunity to own the complete set of Grover Cleveland Presidential dollars from all THREE United States Mints.

The Limited Edition Proof coins from the San Francisco Mint, the Denver Mint, and the Philadelphia Mint...all here in one convenient lensed set.

Due to the painstaking minting process, "proofs" are the highest quality coins from the United States Mint and are made in very small quantities.
Presidential Facts:
Grover Cleveland is the only President to serve two non-consecutive terms (1885-89 and 1893-97) and therefore is the only President to be counted twice, our 22nd and 24th President. He was named Stephen Grover, but did not use the name Stephen in his adult life. Prior to being elected president he served as Mayor of Buffalo, New York and was Governor of New York. His battles for political reform and fiscal conservatism made him an icon for American conservatives of the era. He entered the office of President as a bachelor. He was the second President to be married while in office and the only President to have a wedding in the White House. Cleveland’s portrait was on the US $1,000 bill.
2012 Grover Cleveland 1st Term - Presidential Lens Set 2012 Cleveland 1st Term Presidential Dollar ANACS PR70 2012 Cleveland 1st Term Dollar Variety Set - 4 pc - Certified 67
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2012 Grover Cleveland 1st Term  Presidential Precious Metal 3 Lens Set 2012 Cleveland 1st Term Presidential Dollar ANACS PR70 2012 Cleveland 1st Term Dollar Variety Set - 4 pc - Certified 67
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2012 Glover Cleveland 1st Term Dollar Roll of 20 - PROOF
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2012 Glover Cleveland 1st Term Dollar Roll of 20 - PROOF