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This is what the dollar coins worth up to $11,000 dollars look like: How to tell if I have one?

Due to a minting error, these are the dollar coins that can be worth up to $11,000 dollars. Here’s how you can tell if you have one.

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Making some extra money never hurts, especially when it comes to thousands of dollars in exchange for a simple one-dollar coin. Coin collectors in the United States are willing to pay over $11,000 dollars for a small one-dollar coin due to a minting error that occurred over twenty years ago, specifically in 2000, during a transition period.

This is what the dollar coins worth up to $11,000 dollars look like:

According to the TikTok account, Treasure Town, dedicated to numismatics, last December a Susan B. Anthony one-dollar coin sold for $11,700 dollars through an auction at Heritage Auctions due to a simple minting error.

As the TikToker explains, in the year 2000, the United States Mint made a transition from the Susan B. Anthony silver dollars to the Sacagawea gold dollars. However, while making the change, there was a small series of coins that were mistakenly made in the old Susan B. Anthony mold. That is, the silver coins of Susan B. Anthony were made in the new Sacagawea mold, resulting in a strange series of golden units of Susan B. Anthony, causing a transition error.

“They are very unlikely to find, but it is always good to be aware of what is available in terms of transition,” the TikToker points out at the end of the video.


Transitional planchet dollar coin sold for $11,700!!

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How to tell if you have one?

While the difference in color is the first thing to consider, you should also take into account the following characteristics of this rare coin: the date (1999) at the bottom and the face of Susan B. Anthony along with the phrase “In God We Trust.” If you think you have one of these unusual specimens in your possession, we recommend seeking advice from a specialist in the field to avoid scams.


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