Wednesday, October 30, 2013

2001-P Sacagawea Dollar

Walked by a vending machine when it made a funny noise and spit out this coin and another. Seeing how much money vending machines have taken from over the years it is only fair that I kept this one.


The coin is not a keeper since I have better ones. The brown tone is kind of cool like button from a pair of old jeans. The coin is twelve years old and looks fifty. I still can see how dollar coin may work but these metals need to be changed.

It is rare to find free money these days but I have been able to find my fair share. Keeping an ear out is as good as keeping an eye out.

Here's the stats...
Type/Country: 1 Dollar / United States
Year: 2001P
Mintage: 62,468,000
Metal: Core: 100% Copper, Clad Layer: 88.5% Copper, 6% Zinc, 3.5% Manganese, 2% Nickel
Value: F-12 about $1.00

Do you have any dollar coin and want to know its value? Leave a comment/question and I will do my best to find out the price and history for you

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

Anonymous said...

I have a 1990 penny part of the back of the penny is struck on the front close to the shoulder, is this error worth anything?

Anonymous said...

what is special about some of the sacagawea dollars

Man said...

1990 penny part of the back of the penny is struck on the front close to the shoulder

Die Clash error, no extra value.

Man said...

what is special about some of the sacagawea dollars

Some were made with a special finish and some had bold feathers and they were minted at about 5,000 each.

Those are from 2000 and carry a special value.

Anonymous said...

I've got so much old money, how in the world do you find someone to buy them. I do no that just because its old don't mean that it's worth anything. I did go to a antique shop and took some of it with me and the guy snatched a few of the silver coins and pennies from me I wished I haven't done that because I don't no what he got but he did. Thank you for the answer you did give me.

Man said...

I've got so much old money, how in the world do you find someone to buy them. I do no that just because its old don't mean that it's worth anything.

Get the The Official 2014 Red Book - Guide to U.S. Coin Values any year from 2010 to 2014 should work well. Go to the library and borrow it for free.

Or check out PCGS price guide.

Make a list of your coins and the lowest value listed since grades are likely low.

Then sell anything $100 or more to local coin dealers and everything else try eBay.

Anonymous said...

Hi I have 3 1970 quarters r they worth anything

Man said...

1970 quarters r they worth anything


Just $0.25 each