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2019 Delaware American Innovation Dollar Coin - P or D Mint
2019 Delaware American Innovation Dollar Coin - P or D Mint 2019 Delaware American Innovation Dollar Coin - P or D Mint
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2019 Delaware American Innovation Dollar Coin - P or D Mint

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2019 American Innovation $1 Coins - Delaware - Uncirculated P or D Mint

PRODUCT HIGHLIGHTS:

  • Composed of 88.5% Copper, 6% Zinc, 3.5% Manganese, and 2% Nickel.
  • Released 09/19/19 (first release in the series for 2019). 
  • The obverse features the Statue of Liberty, as well as inscriptions, $1 and IN GOD WE TRUST.
  • The reverse shows a silhouette of American Astronomer, Annie Jump Cannon, who was born in Delaware and revolutionized the stellar classification system. Some stars as well as inscriptions UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, CLASSIFYING THE STARS, ANNIE JUMP CANNON, and DELAWARE.
  • Lettered edge design featuring the year, mint mark, and motto E PLURIBUS UNUM.
  • Sovereign coin backed by the United States  government with a face value of $1.
  • Other American Innovation Dollar Issues for 2019 are Pennsylvania, New Jersey, and Georgia.
  •  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.
  • Each dollar coin will be in uncirculated condition.


Select either 'P' - Philadelphia Mint or 'D' - Denver Mint from the drop-down options menu located above. Singles will ship in 2x2 plastic coin holders. Roll quantities of 25 or more will ship in plastic dollar tubes.

Annie Jump Cannon was an American Astronomer born in Delaware in 1963. Cannon is said to have catalogued and classified more stars in her lifetime than anyone else. She was acknowledged as being able to do the work quicker, and more accurately, than any of her colleagues. The stellar classification system she pioneered is still being used by astronomy students today. The American Astronomical Society also gifts the Annie Jump Cannon Award to females who have made significant contributions to astronomy or similar science and are pursuing their Ph.D.

The American Innovation Dollar Coin Series replaced the Presidential Dollar Coin Program and will run through 2032 allowing for one issue from each state. After all the states have been issued, coins recognizing the District of Columbia and each U.S. Territory will be issued.

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