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Susan B. Anthony Dollar - 1979-1999
  • Quality: Proof, Uncirculated, Circulating  
  • Production Facility: Philadelphia  
  • Public Law Number: 95-447  
Portrait of Susan B. Anthony.  Inscribed: Liberty, In God We Trust and the date
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Obverse Description:
This coin was first issued by the United States Mint in 1979 and it replaced the Eisenhower Dollar. The image on the coin features the likeness of Susan B. Anthony. This was the first time that a woman appeared on a circulating coin. The inscriptions are: Liberty, In God We Trust and the date. This coin was legislated on October 10, 1978 under the presidential term of Jimmy Carter. Two United States Mint Directors, Stella Hackel Sims and Donna Pope, served under President Carter's tenure in office.
Obverse Designer:
Frank Gasparro


Image of an American eagle landing on the Moon, an adaptation of the Apollo 11 insignia.  Inscribed: United States of America, E Pluribus Unum, One Dollar
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Reverse Description:
The reverse shows an American eagle landing on the Moon, an adaptation of the Apollo 11 insignia. The inscriptions are: United States of America, E Pluribus Unum, One Dollar
Reverse Designer:
Frank Gasparro


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