Why add the 2016-S $1 Coin and Currency Set to your collection?
The Sacagawea Dollar has been struck by the U.S. Mint each year since their introduction in 2000. The coins are struck from copper, then clad with manganese brass, (an alloy of copper, zinc, manganese and nickel) which gives the coin its rich golden color. Starting in 2009, the reverse design changes annually, depicting an important aspect of Native American history. The 2016-S $1 Coin & Currency Set, pays homage to the role of the Native American Code Talkers during World Wars I and II. The set includes one 2016 Sacagawea Code Talkers Dollar Coin struck in San Francisco, and a low serial number $1 series 2013 note from one of twelve Federal Reserve Banks. This set has an established mintage limit of 75,000.
What are the images on the $1 coin?
The coin obverse depicts the 2000 Sacagawea Dollar design by sculptor Glenna Goodare. Inscriptions "LIBERTY" and "IN GOD WE TRUST" accompany the image. The reverse, by Thomas D. Rogers, features two helmets and two feathers that form a "V," symbolizing victory, unity, and the contributions of code talkers, with inscriptions "UNITED STATES OF AMERICA," "$1," "WWI," "WWII" and "CODE TALKERS."
How is this unique set graded by NGC?
The Numismatic Guaranty Corporation (NGC), a highly respected coin authentication company, has graded this 2016-S $1 Coin & Currency Set a near perfect Specimen Specimen 69. The set was received by the grading service within the first thirty days of issue, as indicated by the Early Releases label.
GEM UNC banknote included!
Each purchase of this set will include a PMG graded GEM UNC low serial number $1 Federal Reserve Banknote. These notes are a part of the set as issued by the U.S. Mint and come from one of the 12 Federal Banking districts.
This magnificent Specimen $1 set belongs in your collection. Purchase from MCM today!
|Year of Issue:||2016|
|Release Type:||Early Releases|