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Presidential Dollar Coins

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Informative video about the Presidential One Dollar Coin Program. Thank you for supporting my channel by liking, commenting, and subscribing! Already a subscriber? Click the bell icon to get notified about every new video I post. Have something you would like to send to me? Want to see me open it on video? Here is my address: Coin Metallurgist P.O. Box 51412 Idaho Falls, ID 83405 Follow me on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/CoinMetallurgist/ eBay Store: https://www.ebay.com/str/coinmetallurgist If you ever need to send me a private message, you can reach me at: [email protected] Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/coin_metallurgist/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/CoinMetallurgi1
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Steven Castaneda (3 months ago)
I just ordered the 39 existing ones myself uncirculated off of eBay
Bugsbunny48 (10 months ago)
The act specifies that for a president to be honored, the former president must have been deceased for at least two years before issue, hence former presidents Jimmy Carter, George H. W. Bush, Bill Clinton, George W. Bush, Barack Obama, and Donald Trump were ineligibles to have a dollar coin issued in their honor, the series ended in 2016, after honoring Ronald Reagan, the last President who was eligible. Sincé the program has terminated, producing coins for those presidents not yet honored would require another Act of Congress.
Reginaldo Garcia (1 year ago)
I have hundreds Sacagawea coin and two hundreds presidential coin. I sale some .
misterTVman (1 year ago)
Basically, even though these dollars are cool Presidential memorabilia, they are vertially worthless other than their face value. Yes, they are very collectible but ultimately are, as with other dollar coins, not becoming popular. The mint has billions of these stored away because they can't get rid of them or get people to use them as they predicted. Due to this, I don't believe they will ever continue the series. If they do, it would be for collectors only and probably not for many years to come.
misterTVman (11 months ago)
Coin Metallurgist I think that the issue with people not using the dollar coins is because they do still produce the dollar bill. Just that alone gives people an alternate option. The coins alone can be bulky and weigh down a purse or wallet as coins normally do. If I carried around dollar coins it would be very few. My ultimate thought is, as you said, if we keep producing alternate options, people will never come around to using the coins. I basically bought them for my memorabilia collection and no other, I do not use the coins as spending money. To answer your other question, no I don't think the mint should keep pushing them.
Coin Metallurgist (1 year ago)
I agree with your thoughts. What is your view on the use of one dollar coins? Would you like to see them more widely used or do you think the mint should stop trying to push them? What if they did away with $1 bills and did $1 and $2 coins? Canadian dollar, British pound, and the euro all have coins up to the two dollar coin equivalent. I’m not trying to say we should or shouldn’t but rather wondering your opinion.
Slushii (1 year ago)
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AndrejBk (1 year ago)
the edge is made before striking, so it does not really matter in which position the writing on the edge is
Coin Metallurgist (1 year ago)
Thanks for the correction.
ishaan suraj (1 year ago)
hi, I was wondering if you are selling any of your pennies from your video in which you showed your large penny collection. I'm trying to create a collection of American pennies, so if possible could you respond to this comment. Regards Ishaan
ishaan suraj (1 year ago)
I was wondering on if we should continue our conversation via email so it can be more private?
Coin Metallurgist (1 year ago)
I'm certainty willing to sell some.
Slushii (1 year ago)
I have the same set
Slushii (1 year ago)
Cool coins

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