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2018 American Innovation Dollar Coin - P or D Mint Single - First in series!
2018 American Innovation Dollar Coin - P or D Mint Single - First in series! 2018 American Innovation Dollar Coin - P or D Mint Single - First in series!
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2018 American Innovation Dollar Coin - P or D Mint Single - First in series!

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Introductory 2018 American Innovation $1 Coin - Uncirculated P Mint or D Mint

PRODUCT HIGHLIGHTS:

  • Composed of 88.5% Copper, 6% Zinc, 3.5% Manganese, and 2% Nickel.
  • Released 12/14/18 (first release in the series). 
  • The obverse features the Statue of Liberty, as well as inscriptions, $1 and IN GOD WE TRUST.
  • The reverse depicts President George Washington's signature, an emblematic eagle, stylized gears symbolizing innovation and industry, as well as inscriptions UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, AMERICAN INNOVATORS, and SIGNED FIRST PATENT.
  • Much like the Presidential Dollar Series design, the American Innovation Dollars will featured a lettered edge design. Where the year, mint mark, and motto E PLURIBUS UNUM can be found.
  • Sovereign coin backed by the United States  government with a face value of $1.
  • The American Innovation Dollar Coin Series replaced the Presidential Dollar Coin Program and will issue 56 issues total, one for each state and U.S. territory and one for the District of Columbia.


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

Over 6 million patents have been issued in the United States since the first one was bestowed on Samuel Hopkins on July 21, 1970. The patent was issues or the process of producing potash and pearlash. The former is an ingredient used in fertilizer, while the latter is a byproduct of producing potash. The patent, as well as all issued since, can be viewed at the Department of Commerce's United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO).

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