Discussion in 'US Coins Forum' started by potty dollar 1878, Oct 28, 2020.
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We need new, better artists
It’s a pretty mediocre design
It's possible. A lot of the newer, NIFC dollars end up in circulation when someone needs a few bucks.
For what it is, I think it’s alright. Pretty clever to put a rotary dial on a round coin.
but I agree most modern American coins are pretty lackluster
I haven’t seen any innovations in change yet. A few years back when I was riding the LA subway all the time, the ticket machines always gave out change in dollar coins.
I got several NIFC Sacs and two circulated proof Presidents. So they do find their way into circulation, eventually
We still have a land line and the phone on my desk where I review coins is rotary style with push buttons. On the wall in the kitchen is the same type dressed as the old crank phone.
Are they dumping any into circulation or is this just another "Isle of Man" or "Niue Island" issue?
I sure hope it is the former. I am tired of those.
The United States Mint employs some of the best artists. While most of the designs thus far are less than par, they fall within the selected subject. Judging the talent by this program alone is discrediting to say the least. Emily Damstra did an outstanding job on the Massachusetts.
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