Grover Cleveland Presidential $1 Coin Cover for Second Term

by Rhonda Kay on December 18, 2012 · 0 comments

Today, December 18, 2012, the last of the 2012-dated Presidential $1 Coin Covers launched for $19.95, marking the 24th release in the American Presidency $1 Coin Cover Series.

Grover Cleveland (Second Term) Presidential $1 Coin Cover

Grover Cleveland (Second Term) Presidential $1 Coin Cover

Containing two circulating-quality $1 coins, this numismatic product from the United States Mint is already familiar to collectors of the series as it honors Grover Cleveland’s second term. Grover Cleveland is the only American President who served two nonconsecutive terms (1885-1889 as the 22nd and 1893-1897 as the 24th), resulting in two different Presidential dollars in his honor and a doubling of several U.S. Mint products.

A Presidential $1 Coin Cover featuring two dollars representative of Cleveland’s first term as commander-in-chief debuted on June 19, 2012. The portrait shown on the first-term dollars is more front-facing compared to the side-facing depiction appearing on the second-term coins.

Mounted in this second limited-edition Presidential $1 Coin Cover are two $1 coins from the first day of minting — May 16, 2012, for the Denver facility and May 1, 2012, for the Philadelphia facility. Along with the coins and an image of the President, added on the coin cover to mark its release date is a 45-cent Weather Vane postage stamp with a postmark of "December 18, 2012, Caldwell, NJ."

Second Term Presidential $1 Coin Design

Grover Cleveland (Second Term) Presidential $1 Coin

Grover Cleveland (Second Term) Presidential $1 Coin

Like the earlier dollars, the second term $1 coins depict a likeness of the former President that was both designed and executed by Don Everhart. Inscriptions surrounding the portrait are "GROVER CLEVELAND," "IN GOD WE TRUST," "24th PRESIDENT" and "1893-1897" to denote the years of his second term.

Each $1 coin edge has incused words of "E PLURIBUS UNUM" and "2012," plus a mint mark of the U.S. Mint facility of origin — either "D" for Denver or "P" for Philadelphia.

Reverse or tails sides of all Presidential $1 Coins feature Don Everhart’s design of the Statue of Liberty and the encircling inscriptions of "$1" and "UNITED STATES OF AMERICA."

Ordering Coin Cover and Limits

Place orders for the second term Grover Cleveland Presidential $1 Coin Cover through the U.S. Mint website. It and past issues are available at:

United States Mint Product page

Place orders via phone at the bureau’s customer service center number 1-800-USA-MINT (872-6468). Hearing and speech-impaired customers may order by calling 1-888-321-MINT (6468). A $4.95 shipping and handling charge is applied to all domestic orders.

A product limit of 22,000 units exists. There are no household ordering limits in place.

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