This year marks the third year of the Presidential $1 Coin Program, which honors Presidents William Henry Harrison, John Tyler, James K. Polk and Zachary Taylor. This set includes all four of this year's Presidential $1 Coins in proof condition, and is now available for you to purchase for yourself or others! Visit the United States Mint Web site today!
The highly anticipated Abraham Lincoln Commemorative Silver Dollar, commemorating the bicentennial anniversary of Lincoln's birth, is now available for sale in both proof and uncirculated conditions! The obverse design features a portrait of Lincoln and the reverse features the last 43 words of his speech at Gettysburg. Visit the United States Mint Web site to learn more about this coin and make a purchase today!
William Henry Harrison was our Nation's ninth President. The man famously nicknamed "Old Tippecanoe" now has a Presidential $1 Coin honoring his service as President. This coin is available on the United States Mint Web site in rolls of $25, from either of the United States Mint facilities at Philadelphia or Denver. Purchase these rolls today!
|District of Columbia Official First Day Coin Cover||March 3|
|First Spouse One-Half Ounce Gold Coins – Anna Harrison||March 5|
|Anna Harrison Bronze Medal 1 5/16"||March 5|
|United States Mint 2009 District of Columbia & U.S. Territories Quarters Silver Proof Set™||March 15|
|2009 Presidential $1 Coin Uncirculated Set (P&D)||March 16|
|William Henry Harrison $1 Coin Cover||March 17|
|United States Mint Presidential $1 Coin & First Spouse Medal Set™ – William Henry Harrison||March 19|
|Louis Braille Bicentennial Silver Dollar||March 26|
|Puerto Rico Bags and Two-Roll Sets||March 30|
As you may know, this is the year of the 2009 Lincoln Bicentennial One Cent Coin Program. The design of the first new one cent coin of 2009 features an image of a log cabin in which President Abraham Lincoln was born. In presenting this coin as Coin of the Month, Inspector Collector focuses on Lincoln’s cabin: How long did the Lincolns live there? What happened to it over the years? Where is it now? Learn all this and more with February’s Coin of the Month!