How much is a gold 2000 dollar coin worth?
The standard 2000 Sacagawea dollars in circulated condition are only worth their face value of $1.00. These coins only sell for a premium in uncirculated condition. The 2000 P Sacagawea dollar is worth around $6 in uncirculated condition with an MS 65 grade.
What is the 2000 Sacagawea gold dollar?
Mint issued the Sacagawea Golden Dollar from 2000 to 2008. It was the first dollar made with an outer layer of manganese brass, giving it a golden color. The obverse design features Sacagawea and the reverse depicts a soaring eagle. In 2009, the dollar transitioned to the Native American $1 Coin Program.
Why is the 2000 P Sacagawea coin so valuable?
Why Are They so Valuable? As coin collectors started to assemble complete sets of Sacajawea dollars, they realized that there were two different varieties of the 2000 Sacajawea coin. They were first listed in the 60th Edition (2007) of A Guide Book of United States Coins (aka “The Redbook”) by R. S. Yeoman.
How can I tell if my Sacagawea coin is rare?
It wasn’t until 2005 that coin collector Pat Braddick noticed the difference between a regular issued Sacagawea dollar and the ones that were placed in the boxes of Cheerios. Look for sharp and crisp details in the eagle’s tail feathers to identify this rare variety.
Is the Sacagawea coin worth anything?
These are popular coins but well over a billion have been minted since 2000. There are a couple of special varieties that are collectible like the 2000-P Cheerios coin. However, your regular strike Sacagawea coins are still just worth $1 and will likely only be worth a dollar for the foreseeable future.
Is a 2000 P Sacagawea Dollar rare?
The 2000 P Sacagawea Dollar is one of the rarest and most valuable errors in circulation. Glenna Goodacre created the obverse ( portrait of Sacagawea) for the coin.
What is the error on a 2000 Sacagawea dollar?
The 2000 Sacagawea Dollar Mule Error has the diameter, weight, and composition of a typical Sacagawea Dollar. It was later determined that the error was created when someone in the Die Room at the Mint mistakenly provided a Statehood Quarter obverse die for the Sacagawea Dollar.