Sacagawea Dollar no date

Discussion in 'Coin Chat' started by eaglecoin, Jun 13, 2010.

  1. eaglecoin

    eaglecoin Junior Member

    I have a Sacagawea Dollar without a date or mintmark. Has anybody
    every seen or heard of one ?
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  3. Billyray

    Billyray Junior Member

    Post a pic. No way to tell anything without one
  4. lincolnhoardr

    lincolnhoardr Coin Hoarder

    Is it a 2010 sacagawea dollar? The date and mint mark are on the edge ofthe coin
  5. hamman88

    hamman88 Spare some change, sir?

    Yep, $10 says its on the edge.
  6. cpm9ball

    cpm9ball Cannot Re-Member

    I see you like gators, too!

    Chris

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  7. hamman88

    hamman88 Spare some change, sir?

    Yep, that's where I go to school.
  8. Hunt1

    Hunt1 Active Member

    Chris that looks old lol. I got alot of UF tee's.
  9. eaglecoin

    eaglecoin Junior Member

    oooh ya, thank you , It is on the edge !
  10. grizz

    grizz numismatist

    ...yeah, now we have to look at all 3 sides of a coin. especially if they're

    the small bucks. :rolleyes:
  11. rexesq

    rexesq Senior Member

    Wait a moment.... 2010 Sacagawea dollar? are they still minting these even though they are doing the presidential series?
  12. 9roswell

    9roswell Senior Member

    by law they have to.i think it was 1 sac for every 3 pres or something like that
  13. jerseycat10

    jerseycat10 Peace Dollar Connoisseur

    1 for every 4. (in other words, 20% of the given year's mintage of dollar coins has to be sacagaweas).
  14. rexesq

    rexesq Senior Member

    Interesting... I did not know that. I thought they had stopped them alltogether. Thanks for the info.
    So if when I'm at my local bank asking for the latest Presidential dollar, if I ask about new Sacagaweas, would they have them? I mean... I know you said 1 in 4, but they're not so special that I can't find them at the bank.... right? basically my question is just whether or not they would be available at banks like regular Presidential dollars.
  15. andrew289

    andrew289 Senior Analyst

  16. grizz

    grizz numismatist

    ...so far you can only get them from the mint with the direct ship program.

    the bank will give you a 'space' look if you ask them for the bucks. :rolleyes:
  17. conpewter

    conpewter Junior Member

    The direct ship program is great, costs nothing to look through $250 worth of dollar coins, then go spend the ones you don't keep.
  18. grizz

    grizz numismatist

    ...it's a very good way to get them into circulation! now if we could get

    some advertising telling the public that these small bucks actually exist

    AND stop the rag buck, we may have ourselves some dollar coins being

    spent! :kewl: but we have a congress that won't cooperate. :goof:
  19. your cat

    your cat A kitty cat


    hahaha i remember one time when i asked for 25 dollars in pennies... i wish banks allowed video cameras because that look was priceless :bigeyes:
  20. grizz

    grizz numismatist

    ...:smile
  21. conpewter

    conpewter Junior Member

    Just won't ever get into circulation until retailers start handing them out as change.

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