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Taylor Presidential $1 Dollar Coin Cover Issued

The United States Mint today at noon ET released the 2009 Zachary Taylor $1 Coin Cover for $14.95. The release marks the fourth and...

US Mint Issues Taylor Presidential $1 Coin & First Spouse Medal Set

The United States Mint on Thursday launched the Zachary and Margaret Taylor Presidential $1 Dollar Coin & First Spouse Medal Set for a...

Zachary Taylor Presidential Dollars Ceremoniously Launch

Zachary Taylor Presidential $1 coins were ceremoniously launched today as a part of the events surrounding Zachary Taylor Appreciation Day and the 225th anniversary...

Zachary Taylor Presidential $1 Coin and Dollar Rolls

Zachary Taylor Presidential $1 coins in dollar rolls went on sale at the US Mint today at Noon ET. The coins mark the ...

2009 Uncirculated Presidential Dollar Coin Set

2009 Uncirculated Presidential Dollar Coin Sets will be available for sale beginning Thursday, April 2, at 12:00 noon ET, according to...

2009 Presidential Dollar Coin Proof Set Available on Feb. 10

Sales of the 2009 Presidential $1 Coin Proof Set begin Tuesday, February 10, at noon ET, the United States Mint said in a statement...

Wicker Praises Relocation of "In God We Trust" to Presidential Dollar’s Face

U.S. Sen. Roger Wicker has more reason to celebrate than most for the new 2009 Presidential Dollar designs the United States Mint released on...

2009 Presidential $1 Coin Design Images

The United States Mint on Wednesday introduced newly designed 2009 Presidential $1 coins and released detailed artist images of the dollars. The American public will see 2009 circulating coins honoring Presidents William Henry Harrison, John Tyler, James K. Polk and Zachary Taylor. Most interestingly, different design elements have been implemented compared to the initial series of 2007 and 2008 coins.

2009 Presidential $1 Dollar Coin Design Images

Notable in the new designs is the placement of "In God We Trust," which in past years has been on the edge of each Presidential dollar. A public outcry occurred when the U.S. Mint inadvertently issued a small subset of 2007 dollars that did not have the inscription because of minting errors. Also, while many thought edge letterings on coins would be a fresh approach, fewer liked "In God We Trust" there after seeing the new dollars. They felt the inscription lacked prominence, and needed to be moved.

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