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2009 $1 USA Presidential Dollar Proof Set 4 Coins

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2009 $1 USA Presidential Proof 4 Coin Set

A new series of $1 coins honouring the Presidents of the United State, in the order they served began in February 2007.

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2009 $1 USA Presidential Proof 4 Coin Set

A new series of $1 coins honouring the Presidents of the United State, in the order they served began in February 2007.

The United States Mint has struck a set of four Presidential $1 Coins in proof quality.

The third four presidents, William Henry Harrison, John Tyler, James K. Polk, Zachary Taylor will appear on the set in 2009. The Statue of Liberty appears on the obverse.

The inscription on the coin rim "E Pluribus Unum," "In God We Trust" and the mintmark. This set is a shining example of the United State Mint's committment to quality and excellence.

These proof coins are struck to extraordinary brilliance, with a sharp, mirror-like background.

The sculptured foreground gives a special cameo effect. These proof blanks are specially treated, polished and cleaned prior to striking, the coins are then placed into presentation cases to show and maintain their finish.

These third four coins will be minted only in 2009, and never again.

Sure to be in demand all over the world, Supplies are limited.

Denomination :                  $1

Quality :                            Proof

Certificate of Authenticity : US Mint Official Packaging

Advertising Date :              2009

Release Date :                   2009

Shipping Date :                  2009

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2009 $1 USA Presidential Dollar Proof Set 4 Coins

2009 $1 USA Presidential Dollar Proof Set 4 Coins

2009 $1 USA Presidential Proof 4 Coin Set

A new series of $1 coins honouring the Presidents of the United State, in the order they served began in February 2007.