United States of America, 2000 Sacagawea Dollar Coin in Proof

In 2000 the United States Mint issued a new dollar coin: this one depicted a young native American Shoshone woman, Sacagawea carrying her infant Jean Baptiste. This design was only used from 2000-2008 and after that they changed the reverse design every year. All the Sacagawea Dollars are struck in Proof golden coloured metal. They were still trying to find a substitute for the dollar bill. I think these coins are fantastic in Proof condition, unfortunately in Uncirculated they are just coins. Supplies are limited. This product is the 2000 issue of this fabulous dollar coin in proof condition.
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SKU: FUS100
£12.50
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