1.00 Dollar, Sacagawea “Golden” Dollar, 2001

1.00 Dollar, Sacagawea “Golden” Dollar, 2001

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Often called a “golden dollar” because of its distinct color, the Sacagawea dollar coin entered circulation in 2000. Sacagawea is the young Shoshone woman who functioned as guide and interpreter to the Lewis and Clark expedition. Though it has struggled to gain broad acceptance, the Sacagawea Dollar finds use in vending machines and transit systems nationwide.
Object Name
date made
2001 P
United States Mint
Goodacre, Glenna
Rogers, Thomas D.
place made
United States: Pennsylvania, Philadelphia
Physical Description
copper; zinc; nickel (overall material)
overall: 26.49 mm; x 1 1/16 in
ID Number
catalog number
accession number
Credit Line
United States Mint
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Work and Industry: National Numismatic Collection
Data Source
National Museum of American History
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