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2012 Benjamin Harrison Presidential Dollar Coin - P or D Mint
2012 Benjamin Harrison Presidential Dollar Coin - P or D Mint 2012 Benjamin Harrison Presidential Dollar Coin - P or D Mint
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2012 Benjamin Harrison Presidential Dollar Coin - P or D Mint

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2012 Benjamin Harrison P or D Mint Presidential Dollar Coin (UNC) - Brilliant Uncirculated


  • Composed of 88.5% Copper, 6% Zinc, 3.5% Manganese and 2% Nickel.
  • Released August 16th, 2012 (23rd release of the series).
  • The obverse shows a portrait of the President's likeness, their name, the number in which president they were, and the years in which they served.
  • The reverse features a Statue of Liberty design done by Don Everhart of the United States Mint, along with the words "United States of America" and "$1".
  • These coins feature a lettered edge with the words "E Pluribus Unum," "In God We Trust," its year of mintage and its corresponding mint branch - (P) for Philadelphia or (D) for Denver.
  • Sovereign coin backed by the United States government with a face value of $1.00.

Benjamin Harrison, the grandson of President William Henry Harrison, was the 23rd president of the United States and was in office from 1889-1893. He was born in 1833 outside of Cincinnati, Ohio where he grew up and eventually attended Miami University. When he moved to Indianapolis, Indiana he began to practice law and began campaign for the Republican Party. He ran for governor in 1876 but was defeated by the Democrat Party. However, in 1889, he defeated Grover Cleveland in the President Election with 233 Electoral College votes (Cleveland had only 168). Cleveland would later defeat Harrison in the 1892 Congressional elections. During Harrison’s administration he was known for his economic legislation and for his exceedingly high annual federal spending. Harrison also admitted six states into the union: North Dakota, South Dakota, Montana, Washington, Idaho, and Wyoming. He married Caroline Lavinia Scott in 1853 and had two children. Their marriage lasted 39 years before she died of tuberculosis in 1892. He was re-married in 1896 to Mary Scott Dimmick. Harrison died in 1901 in Indianapolis, Indiana.

Select either 'P' - Philadelphia Mint, or 'D' - Denver Mint from the drop-down options menu located above. 

All coins ship in protective plastic. Larger orders may ship in tubes.

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  • Good looking coin. no complaints. highly recommend.
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  • A nice coin.
  • Very good. Great coin, a few nicks and scrapes. Good condition overall.

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