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Presidential $1.00 Coin Program Facts
- There are no plans to phase our or eliminate the dollar bill.
- The United States Mint will continue to produce the Sacagawea Golden Dollar along with the new Presidential $1 Coins.
- Each president will be honored with a single $1 coin, regardless of the number of consecutive terms served. Grover Cleveland, the only U.S. president to serve non-consecutive terms, will be honored with two coins.
- The inscriptions that have been moved to the edge are "E Pluribus Unum" and "In God We Trust," the year of minting or issuance, and the mint mark, making these coins unique among today’s U.S. circulating coins. Note: With the release of the William Henry Harrison coin in 2009, "In God We Trust" will appear on the obverse of all coins instead of the edge.
Source: The United States Mint, www.usmint.gov, February 21, 2007
U.S. Mint Press Releases
- November 12, 2008: Eighth Presidential $1 Coin Released Into Circulation November 13
- November 3, 2008: Presidential $1 Coin Honoring "The Red Fox of Kinderhook" Available November 13
- October 8, 2008: United States Mint Unveils 2009 Presidential $1 Coin Designs
- August 22, 2008: Campaign for $1 Coin Use Begins in Four U.S. Cities
- August 21, 2008: Andrew Jackson’s Liberty First Spouse Gold Coin and Medal Available August 28
- August 14, 2008: United States Mint and The Hermitage Introduce New Andrew Jackson...
- August 5, 2008: Bags and Rolls of Andrew Jackson Presidential $1 Coins Available August 14
- July 24, 2008: United States Mint Sculptor-Engraver Receives ANA Award for Excellence...
- July 14, 2008: 2008 Uncirculated Presidential $1 Coin Set Available July 24
- June 11, 2008: United States Mint Introduces New Program to Ship Presidential $1 Coins at Face ...
- May 27, 2008: Louisa Adams First Spouse Coin and Medal Available May 29
- May 15, 2008: United States Mint Honors John Quincy Adams with Sixth Presidential $1 Coin
- May 06, 2008: United States Mint Spotlights Presidential $1 Coin Products in May
- February 29, 2008: United States Mint Products Available at the American Numismatic Assoc...
- February 27, 2008: Elizabeth Monroe First Spouse Gold Coin Available February 28
- February 27, 2008: James Monroe Presidential $1 Coin - Individual Proof Coin Available February 28
- February 12, 2008: James Monroe Presidential $1 Coin Bags and Rolls Available February 14
- Febreary 11, 2008: United States Mint to Issue a Tribute to a Beloved President: James Monroe
- January 29, 2008: 2008 United States Mint Presidential $1 Coin Proof Set Offered January 29
- December 27, 2007: United States Mint Reveals What the Four New 2008 Presidential $1 Coins Will ...
- December 06, 2007: United States Mint Offers New Presidential $1 Coin Products
- November 19, 2007: First Lady Laura Bush Displays 2008 First Spouse Gold Coin Designs at the ...
- November 09, 2007: New James Madison $1 Coin Rolls into Circulation November 15
- August 16, 2007: Millions of New Thomas Jefferson $1 Coins Roll Into Circulation
- August 15, 2007: Survey Reveals Most Americans Can't Name Nation's Founding Fathers
- August 13, 2007: Thomas Jefferson's Liberty First Spouse Gold Coin Available August 30
- June 15, 2007: 2007 United States Mint Presidential $1 Coin Proof Set Available June 21
- May 22, 2007: United States Mint Ceremonially Launches New John Adams Presidential $1 Coin in ...
- May 17, 2007: First U.S. Coin Featuring President John Adams Heads Into Circulation Nationwide ...
- May 16, 2007: John Adams Presidential $1 Coin Bags and Rolls Available May 17
- May 10, 2007: United States Mint Offers First Spouse Coins
- March 07, 2007: A Statement from the United States Mint
- February 20, 2007: United States Mint Launches First Presidential $1 Coin Products
- February 15, 2007: United States Mint Puts First Presidential $1 Coin Into Circulation
- February 01, 2007: Presidential $1 Coin Program Website Offers Free Informational Materials
- January 25, 2007: United States Mint Provides First Glimpse of New Presidential $1 Coin in 10 Cities
- November 20, 2006: United States Mint Unveils Designs of New Circulating Presidential $1 Coins
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