Wednesday, July 10, 2013

2007-P Thomas Jefferson Dollar Coin

Have a Jefferson dollar coin and want to know how much it's worth?

The circulating golden dollar coin program may be over but they are still circulating. Most of them are common and not keepers but I will show them off before I return them to circulation. This Thomas Jefferson dollar is still in great shape after getting it at a subway Metrocard machine.



On the front of the coin is THOMAS JEFFERSON, a happy looking Jefferson, and underneath 3rd PRESIDENT 1801-1809. On the reverse is the Statue of Liberty surrounded by UNITED STATES OF AMERICA $1. The edge has normal orientation and E PLURIBUS UNUM  •  IN GOD WE TRUST  •  2007 is incused.

On later coins IN GOD WE TRUST is moved back to the front because of a small but vocal religious group's protest. The bigger change is that as of December 2011 new dollar coins are no longer issued for circulation. The chance of finding a new dollar coin in circulation is low but they are still being made by the millions for collectors.

Here's the stats...
Type/Country: 1 Dollar-Thomas Jefferson / United States
Year: 2007 P (Edge normal)
Mintage: 100,800,000
Metal: 88.5% Copper, 6% Zinc, 3.5% Manganese, and 2% Nickel
Value: $1.00 in F-12

Do you have a dollar coin and want to know how much it's worth? Leave a comment/question and I will do my best to find out the price and history for you.

11 dollars worth, for Comments/Questions click here.:

Anonymous said...

what is the value of the following currency
2 dollar bill CU serial number D02607420A
2 dollar bill UN serial number D02607453A
2 dollar bill XF serial number D
02843095A
2 dollar bill CU serial number D02845681A
2 dollar bill CU serial number D028455A

Anonymous said...

all of the 2 dollar bills are the year 2009

Man said...

2009

2 dollar bill CU serial number D02607420A
2 dollar bill UN serial number D02607453A
2 dollar bill XF serial number D
02843095A
2 dollar bill CU serial number D02845681A
2 dollar bill CU serial number D028455A


All about $2.00 each.

It will be a year or two before we know how many were printed and survived in UNC to give any real value.

Anonymous said...

do any state quarters bring extra value in UN and XF? if so which quarters?

Man said...

do any state quarters bring extra value in UN and XF? if so which quarters?

In XF they're each just $0.25.

In UNC or MS-60 they average about $0.50 each.

All 1999 have a slightly better value and so does Tennessee but that is like ten cents more.

Kelly said...

I like that it has '2007' around the edge....just something that I haven't seen on a U.S. coin before (that I can recall).

Man said...

'2007' around the edge....just something that I haven't seen on a U.S. coin before (that I can recall).


I also like any edge writing on U.S. coins but apparently there is some who think it is wrong.

They moved In God We Trust from the edge of these coins and tried to put the date and motto back on the surface. Saying it was too expensive but it acts like a security feature so it pays off.

Anonymous said...

Does it have 13 stares around the edge ?

Man said...

Does it have 13 stares around the edge ?

No there are stars on the edge.

Anonymous said...

I have a Thomas Jefferson golden dollar with an extra letter "in god wemtrust". Also a John Tyler golden dollar with the 13 stars, however two of the stars are very close together.

Man said...

Thomas Jefferson golden dollar with an extra letter "in god wemtrust". Also a John Tyler golden dollar with the 13 stars, however two of the stars are very close together.

Die Break or Struck Through Grease errors, no extra value.

If you suspect something else post clear pictures somewhere and share the link here.