Presidential Dollar Coin Collecting: Be A Part Of The Campaign To Respect Past US Presidents

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Presidential Dollar Coin Collecting: Be A Part Of The Campaign To Respect Past US Presidents

Past US Presidents are being honored through issue of a series of commemorative coins. It was actually only in the year 2007 that the first Presidential Dollar Program came into existence and it saw Presidential coins honoring the first four US Presidents being issued that featured George Washington and John Adams as well as Thomas Jefferson and James Madison.

The Program Ends in the Year 2016

For those coin collectors that are interested in Presidential dollar coin collecting there is good news because these commemorative coins will be minted till the year 2016. Each past US President will have a coin released that honor them and this is in fact the third attempt that has been made by the US Mint to come out with a series of tiny dollar coins that honor each of the deceased former US Presidents.

In fact, these Presidential dollar coins try and mimic the same format as was being used in the State Quarter series though the single design has been replaced with rotating designs. For those people that are interested in Presidential dollar coin collecting they need to know that these Presidential dollar coins have 4 obverse designs each of which features a different US President and in the order that they served their country. What’s more, these commemorative coins have similar composition as well as golden form as the preceding Sacagawea Dollar coin series.

Presidential dollar coin collecting is a fun way of showing your appreciation of a President in whom you had reposed faith and hope. These Presidential Dollar coins were unique in that the lettering of them was of incuse edge type and in addition each of these commemorative coins had the year of their mintage as well as mint mark and the motto “In God We Trust” as well as “E Pluribus Unum” impressed on the coin’s edge.

The US Mint has taken a number of steps that they hope will make people indulge in Presidential dollar coin collecting with greater gusto. These Presidential dollar coins are being distributed at their face value and thanks to the US Mint’s aggressive public relations campaign as well as distribution in major US cities, it is hoped that interest in Presidential dollar coin collecting will rise to expected levels.

If you are interested in quarter coin collecting then you should consider, among other options, the Washington Quarter that was first minted in the year 1932 and which continues to be minted even now. This coin can appreciate in value depending on a number of factors including its condition and its rarity.

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