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    MS66 2000-P Sacagawea Dollar
    Struck on a Clad SBA Planchet

    2000-P $1 Sacagawea Dollar--Struck on a Susan B. Anthony Planchet--MS66 PCGS. After an 18-year gap, clad Susan B. Anthony dollars were struck in 1999, because they were needed in commerce and the new Sacagawea dollar was not yet ready. Later that same year, 2000-dated Sacagawea dollars were coined for distribution the next January. The Sacagawea dollars were struck in the new gold-colored manganese-brass alloy, except for a handful of transitional errors, such as the present piece, struck on clad planchets intended for Anthony dollars. This highly lustrous and well struck example has clean surfaces and a hint of chestnut toning.(Registry values: P1)

    Coin Index Numbers: (NGC ID# 259K, PCGS# 9584)


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    August, 2010
    11th-15th Wednesday-Sunday
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