The Presidential Dollar
Facts & Figures, What Makes Up A Set, Anomalies, and More


This is the one place stop to find all of the information, facts, and figures that you will ever want on the Presidential Dollar series. This page will be constantly updated as more information becomes available. Check back often.

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Facts and Figures:

Obverse Design 2007 - 2008: Image of each President along with sequential numbering (i.e. 1st President,
2nd President, etc.), and years served.
2009 -        : "In God We Trust" moved from the edge to the obverse of the coin.
Reverse Design Statue of Liberty
Mintage years 2007 through at least 2016
Mints Philadelphia (P), Denver (D), San Francisco (S); Mint mark located the edge of the coin.
Composition Manganese Brass Clad
Outer Layers: 77% Cu, 4% Ni, 7% Mn, 12% Zn

Inner Core: 100% Pure Copper
Overall Composition: 88.5% Copper, 6% Zinc, 3.5% Manganese, 2% Nickel
Edge 2007 - 2008: Lettered edge includes date, mint mark, "E Pluribus Unum", and "In God We Trust".
2009 -        : Lettered edge includes date, mint mark, and "E Pluribus Unum". ("In God We Trust"
moved to the obverse of the coin beginning in 2009).
Weight 8.1 grams
Diameter 26.5mm (1.043")
Thickness 2.00mm
Obverse Designer Varies from coin to coin. Designers listed below.
Reverse Designer Don Everhart.

 


 

Reverse and Edge Lettering
on the Presidential Dollar Series


 


COMMON REVERSE


Reverse designed and sculpted by
Don Everhart, United States Mint.

 

 


 

2007 - 2008


Edge lettering includes date, Mint mark, "E PLURIBUS
UNUM"
, and "IN GOD WE TRUST".

The 2007 Dollars have a delimiter dot between "E
PLURIBUS UNUM" and "IN GOD WE TRUST". A
delimiter dot does not exist between the date/mintmark and
E PLURIBUS UNUM on 2007 dated Presidential Dollars.

An extra delimiter dot was added to the edge of the 2008
Presidential Dollars between the date/mintmark and
"E PLURIBUS UNUM".

2007 P   E PLURIBUS UNUM IN GOD WE TRUST

2008 P E PLURIBUS UNUM IN GOD WE TRUST

2009 - ____


Beginning with the 2009 William Henry Harrison Presidential
Dollar, "In God We Trust" appears on the obverse of it
and all succeeding Presidential $1 Coins. As a result, the
edge lettering of the 2009 Presidential $1 Coins are
slightly different from that of the 2007 and 2008 Dollars.
Where in 2007/2008 there were single dots (delimiters)
between the inscriptions, beginning in 2009 there
are three stars between "E Pluribus Unum" and the
mint mark and 10 stars between the year of minting and
"E Pluribus Unum".




 


 

Presidential Dollar Obverse Designs


United States Mint Director Edmund C. Moy and other Federal officials provided a first glimpse of a new series of circulating Presidential $1 Coins at a design unveiling ceremony held on November 20, 2006 at the Smithsonian's National Portrait Gallery in Washington, DC. The $1 coins are being introduced as a result of the Presidential Coin Act of 2005, which requires the United States Mint to mint the dollar coins commemorating the service of former United States Presidents in the order in which they served.

 


George Washington
Born February 22, 1732
Died December 14, 1799
Served 1789-1797
Obverse designed and sculpted by Joseph Menna, United States Mint.
Official Release Date: February 15, 2007.
On Thursday February 15, 2007 the U. S. Mint held the official launch ceremony at Grand Central Terminal in New York City. U. S. Mint Director Edmund C. Moy was on-site spending the new Presidential $1 Coins and George Washington portrayers were there to greet commuters.
Mintage Totals: Philadelphia Mint: 176,680,000 / Denver Mint: 163,680,000 / San Francisco Proof: 3,965,989

John Adams
Born October 30, 1735
Died July 4, 1826
Served 1797-1801
Obverse designed by Joel Iskowitz, Artistic Infusion Program Master Artistic, Woodstock, NY; sculpted by Charles Vickers, United States Mint.
Official Release Date: May 17, 2007
The U. S. Mint's official ceremony to launch the John Adams $1 coin was held in downtown Quincy, Mass. on May 22, 2007. The ceremony featured the Director of the U. S. Mint Edmund C. Moy, Quincy Mayor William J. Phelan, and several decendants of President Adams.
Mintage Totals: Philadelphia Mint: 112,420,000 / Denver Mint: 112,140,000 / San Francisco Proof: 3,965,989

Thomas Jefferson
Born April 13, 1743
Died July 4, 1826
Served 1801-1809
Obverse designed and sculpted by Joseph Menna, United States Mint.
Official Release Date: August 16, 2007.
The official launch event was held on August 15, 2007. The United States Mint celebrated the new Thomas Jefferson $1 Coin by inviting visitors and residents to the Thomas Jefferson Memorial in the Nation's Capital to exchange dollar bills for the new coins, one day ahead of their official release nationwide. Present at the ceremony were Ed Moy, Director, United States Mint; Daniel (Dan) P. Jordan, President of the Thomas Jefferson Foundation, Inc.; and Thomas Jefferson Re-enactor Rob Coles.
Mintage Totals: Philadelphia Mint: 100,800,000 / Denver Mint: 102,810,000 / San Francisco Proof: 3,965,989

James Madison
Born March 16, 1751
Died June 28, 1836
Served 1809-1817
Obverse designed by Joel Iskowitz, Artistic Infusion Program Master Artist, Woodstock, NY; sculpted by Don Everhart, United States Mint.
Official Release Date: November 15, 2007. No official launch ceremony was held.
Mintage Totals: Philadelphia Mint: 84,560,000 / Denver Mint: 87,780,000 / San Francisco Proof: 3,965,989



DID YOU KNOW?

The primary source materials for the Presidential $1 coins are presidential medals produced by the United
States Mint, Bureau of Engraving and Printing Intaglio prints, and the official White House portraits.


 

 

James Monroe
Born April 28, 1758
Died July 4, 1831
Served 1817-1825
Obverse designed and sculpted by Joseph Menna, United States Mint.
Official Release Date: February 14, 2008.
A brief launch ceremony was held on February 13, 2008 at Ash Lawn-Highland, the estate of President James Monroe in Charlottesville, Virginia. After the ceremony, the attendees were the first in the Nation to be able to acquire a James Monroe Presidential $1 coin, a day before the coins are officially placed into circulation nationwide. Present at the ceremony was the Acting Deputy Director of the United States Mint, Dan Shaver; Ash Lawn-Highland's Executive Director, Carolyn Coggin Holmes; James Monroe Memorial Foundation President G. William Thomas Jr.; and James Monroe re-enactor Dennis Bigelow.
Mintage Totals: Philadelphia Mint: 64,260,000 / Denver Mint: 60,230,000 / San Francisco Proof: 3,083,940

John Q. Adams
Born July 11, 1767
Died February 23, 1848
Served 1825-1829
Obverse designed and sculpted by Don Everhart, United States Mint.
Official Release Date: May 15, 2008.
An "unofficial" launch ceremony was held in Quincy, Massachusetts on Thursday, May 15, 2008. A John Quincy Adams re-enactor greeted tourists and others at the Adams National Historical Park visitor center. Quincy Credit Union employees exchanged visitors’ paper money for the Adams coins. In addition, Adams-related items were offered for sale, along with giveaways of Mint memorabilia.
Mintage Totals: Philadelphia Mint: 57,400,000 / Denver Mint: 57,720,000 / San Francisco Proof: 3,083,940

Andrew Jackson
Born March 15, 1767
Died June 8, 1845
Served 1829-1837
Obverse designed by Joel Iskowitz, Artistic Infusion Program Master Artist, Woodstock, NY;
sculpted by Jim Licaretz, United States Mint.
Official Release Date: August 14, 2008.
An official launch ceremony was held on 8/14/08 at The Hermitage, President Jackson's home near Nashville, Tenn. United States Mint Deputy Director Andrew Brunhart joined Richard Cowart, the past regent of The Hermitage Board of Directors, on the front lawn of the historic mansion in a ceremonial "pour" of thousands of Andrew Jackson Presidential $1 coins. The public was invited to exchange their dollar bills for Andrew Jackson Presidential $1 Coins. Each child under 18 years old attending received a free Andrew Jackson Presidential $1 Coin.
Mintage Totals: Philadelphia Mint: 61,180,000 / Denver Mint: 61,070,000 / San Francisco Proof: 3,083,940

Martin Van Buren
Born December 5, 1782
Died July 24, 1862
Served 1837-1841
Obverse designed by Joel Iskowitz, Artistic Infusion Program Master Artist, Woodstock, NY;
sculpted by Phebe Hemphill, United States Mint.
Official Release Date: November 13, 2008.
The U. S. Mint held the official release ceremony on Friday, December 5, 2008 -- the 226th anniversary of Van Buren's birth. The ceremony was held at the Martin Van Buren National Historic Site in Kinderhook, New York. Van Buren had been dubbed "The Red Fox of Kinderhook" for his red hair, political acumen and birthplace. Attending the ceremony were Mint Deputy Director Andy Brunhart, Kinderhook Mayor Bill Van Alstyne and others.
Mintage Totals: Philadelphia Mint: 51,520,000 / Denver Mint: 50,960,000 / San Francisco Proof: 3,083,940



 

 

William
Henry
Harrison

Born February 9, 1773
Died
April 4, 1841
Served March 4 - April 4, 1841
Obverse designed and sculpted by Joseph Menna, United States Mint.
Official Release Date: February 19, 2009.
The William Henry Harrison Presidential $1 official release ceremony was held on Monday February 16, 2009 at the Berkeley Plantation, the former President's home in Charles City, Virginia. The ceremony was attended by the United States Mint Deputy Director Andy Brunhart. Participants at the event were the first in the Nation to get the new $1 coin. The coins were available to the rest of the nation when they went into circulation on February 19, 2009.
Mintage Totals: Philadelphia Mint: 43,260,000 / Denver Mint: 55,160,000 / San Francisco Proof: 2,809,452

John Tyler
Born
March 29, 1790
Died January 18, 1862
Served 1841-1845
Obverse designed and sculpted by Phoebe Hemphill, United States Mint.
Official Release Date: May 21, 2009.
The United States Mint launched the John Tyler Presidential $1 Coin at his Charles City County, Virginia, home (Sherwood Forest Plantation) on Tuesday, May 19, 2009. The media and the public were invited to attend the free event hosted by United States Mint Deputy Director Andy Brunhart and Harrison Tyler, grandson of President John Tyler. Those in attendance who were 18 years old and younger received a newly minted John Tyler Presidential $1 Coin to commemorate the occasion. Unlike past launches, there was no coin exchange following the event. The launch ceremony for the John Tyler Presidential $1 Coin took place two days before the coin's release to the public on May 21, 2009.
Mintage Totals: Philadelphia Mint: 43,540,000 / Denver Mint: 43,540,000 / San Francisco Proof: 2,809,452

James K. Polk
Born November 2, 1795
Died
June 15, 1849
Served 1845-1849
Obverse designed by Susan Gamble, Artistic Infusion Program Master Artist;
sculpted by Charles Vicker, United States Mint.
Official Release Date: August 20, 2009.
United States Mint Deputy Director Andy Brunhart presented the James K. Polk Presidential $1 Coin to the nation in a ceremony at the former President's ancestral home in Columbia, Tenn., on August 20, 2009. The news media and public were invited to the event, which included a ceremonial ‘pour' of thousands of new James K. Polk Presidential $1 Coins and a coin exchange. Children 18 years and younger received a new $1 coin to commemorate the occasion.
Mintage Totals: Philadelphia Mint: 46,620,000 / Denver Mint: 41,720,000 / San Francisco Proof: 2,809,452

Zachery Taylor
Born November 24, 1784
Died
July 9, 1850
Served 1849-1850
Obverse designed and sculpted by Don Everhart, United States Mint.
Official Release Date: November 19, 2009.
The Zachary Taylor Presidential $1 coin official launch ceremony was held in Taylor Park November 24, 2009, the 225th anniversary of his birth. The launch ceremony was part of the Zachary Taylor Appreciation Day sponsored by the James Madison Museum. Participants in the event included United States Mint Deputy Director Andy Brunhart, Virginia Secretary of Education Thomas Morris, State Senator R. Edward "Edd" Houck, State Representative Edward Scott and Orange Mayor Henry Lee Carter.  Highlights of the event included a ceremonial coin 'pour' of hundreds of new Zachary Taylor Presidential $1 Coins by Deputy Director Brunhart and Helen Marie Taylor, a descendant of President Taylor. The 392nd Army Band performed music written for Taylor when he was a general during the late 1840s. The ceremony was held 5 days after its release to the public on Nov. 19, 2009.
Mintage Totals: Philadelphia Mint: 41,580,000 / Denver Mint: 36,680,000 / San Francisco Proof: 2,809,452



 

 

 

 

Millard Fillmore
Born January 7, 1800
Died March 8, 1874
Served 1850-1853
Obverse designed and sculpted by Don Everhart, United States Mint.
Official Release Date: February 18, 2010
On February 18, 2010, the United States Mint released into circulation the Millard Fillmore Presidential $1 Coin at an official launch ceremony held in Moravia, New York, at Moravia Central School. The ceremony, co-hosted by the United States Mint and the Cayuga-Owasco Lakes Historical Society, included participation by local school children who each received the new coin. United States Mint Deputy Director Andy Brunhart officially introduced the coin in the ceremony.
Mintage Totals: Philadelphia Mint: 37,520,000 / Denver Mint: 36,960,000 / San Francisco Proof: 2,224,827

 

Franklin Pierce
Born November 23, 1804

Died October 8, 1869
Served 1853-1857
Obverse designed by Susan Gamble, Artistic Infusion Program Master Artist;
sculpted by Charles Vicker, United States Mint.
Official Release Date: May 20, 2010
The United States Mint introduced the Franklin Pierce Presidential $1 coin on May 20, 2010 in an official launch ceremony held on the grounds of Pierce Manse, the former president's historic family home. United States Mint Deputy Director Andrew Brunhart was joined by Franklin Pierce University President James F. Birge and New Hampshire Historical Society Library Director Peter Wallner. Immediately following the ceremony, the public was given the opportunity to exchange their cash for 25-coin rolls of the Franklin Pierce $1 coin at face value. Each child 18 years old and younger received a new Franklin Pierce $1 coin to commemorate the event.
Mintage Totals: Philadelphia Mint: 38,220,000 / Denver Mint: 38,360,000 / San Francisco Proof: 2,224,827

 

James Buchanan
Born April 23, 1791
Died June 1, 1868
Served 1857-1861
Obverse designed and sculpted by Phoebe Hemphill, United States Mint.
Official Release Date: August 19, 2010
The James Buchanan Presidential $1 coin was introduced by the United States Mint in an official launch ceremony held on August 19, 2010. The ceremony was held at Wheatland, the former President's home, in Lancaster, Pennsylvania. Among those attending the ceremony were United States Mint Deputy Director Andy Brunhart and Temple University professor Donald Walters. Following the ceremony, the public was invited to exchange their cash for 25-coin rolls of the new James Buchanan $1 coins. Each child 18 years old and younger received a new James Buchanan $1 Coin to commemorate the event.
Mintage Totals: Philadelphia Mint: 36,820,000 / Denver Mint: 36,540,000 / San Francisco Proof: 2,224,827

Abraham Lincoln
Born February 12, 1809
Died April 15, 1865
Served 1861-1865
Obverse designed and sculpted by Don Everhart, United States Mint.
Official Release Date: November 18, 2010
On November 19, 2010, coinciding with the 147th anniversary of the delivery of the Gettysburg Address, the official launch ceremony for the Abraham Lincoln Presidential $1 coin was held, one day after the coins were made available to the public. United States Mint Director Ed Moy introduced the coin during the ceremony held at President Lincoln’s Cottage, located on the grounds of the Armed Forces Retirement Home in Washington D.C. President Lincoln lived there for one quarter of his presidency and was living there when he drafted the Emancipation Proclamation and deliberated critical issues of the Civil War. Lincoln commuted three miles daily by horseback or coach to the White House, last visiting the Cottage the day before his assassination. Following the ceremony, attendees were allowed to exchange their cash for 25-coin rolls of the Lincoln Dollar at face value. Children 18 years old and under received a new Lincoln $1 coin to commemorate the event. Also in attendance at the ceremony was Erin Carlson Mast, director of President Lincoln's Cottage. 
Mintage Totals: Philadelphia Mint: 49,000,000 / Denver Mint: 48,020,000 / San Francisco Proof: 2,224,827




2011

 

 

Andrew Johnson
Born December 29, 1808
Died July 31, 1875
Served 1865-1869
Obverse designed and sculpted by Don Everhart, United States Mint.
Official Release Date: February 17, 2011
Officials from the United States Mint and the National Park Service marked the release of the Andrew Johnson Presidential $1 Coin with a special ceremony held Februsry 17, 2011 at the Andrew Johnson National Historic Site in Greeneville, TN. The event was attended by United States Mint Chief Counsel Daniel P. Shaver as well as Daniel Luther and Lizzie Watts from the Andrew Johnson National Historic Site. Following the ceremony, attendees 18 years old and younger received an Andrew Johnson Presidential $1 Coin, while adults exchanged their currency for 25-coin rolls of the new coin.
Mintage Totals: Philadelphia Mint: 35,560,000 / Denver Mint: 37,100,000 / San Francisco Proof: 1,706,916

 

Ulysses S. Grant
Born April 27, 1822

Died July 23, 1885
Served 1869-1877
Obverse designed and sculpted by Don Everhart, United States Mint.
Official Release Date: May 19, 2011
The United States Mint and the National Park Service hosted a launch ceremony to celebrate the release of the Ulysses S. Grant Presidential $1 Coin on May 19, 2011, the 148th anniversary of Grant's Civil War Vicksburg campaign in Mississippi. The coin launch ceremony was held at the Ulysses S. Grant National Historic Site in St. Louis. The site is where Grant and his wife Julia occasionally resided during the 1850s.  The event was attended by United States Mint Acting Deputy Director Al Runnels and John Marszalek, executive director of the Ulysses S. Grant Association. Members of the public who attended the event were among the first in the Nation to get the new $1 coin.  Following the ceremony, each attendee 18 years old and younger received a Ulysses S. Grant Presidential $1 Coin to commemorate the event, while adults exchanged their currency for 25-coin rolls of the new coin.
Mintage Totals: Philadelphia Mint: 38,080,000 / Denver Mint: 37,940,000 / San Francisco Proof: 1,706,916

 

Rutherford B. Hayes
Born October 4, 1822
Died January 17, 1893
Served 1877-1881
Obverse designed and sculpted by Don Everhart, United States Mint.
Official Release Date: August 18, 2011
The U.S. Mint hosted a public launch ceremony and coin exchange for the Rutherford B. Hayes Presidential $1 Coin on August 18, 2011. The release ceremony was held in the Rutherford B. Hayes Presidential Center at Spiegel Grove in Fremont, Ohio. President Rutherford B. Hayes and his wife Lucy lived at the Spiegel Grove estate following his term in the White House. The Hayes Museum was the nation’s first presidential center, opening in May of 1916. The Hayes home did not open for public tours until 1966. The launch ceremony was the first public unveiling of the dollar and occured on the same day that it was released into circulation through Federal Reserve Banks. Following the ceremony, children 18 and under in attendance were given a free coin from United States Mint and other officials. Adults were offered an opportunity to exchange cash for 25-coin rolls of the coins at face value with representatives of Croghan Colonial Bank.
Mintage Totals: Philadelphia Mint: 37,660,000 / Denver Mint: 36,820,000 / San Francisco Proof: 1,706,916

James Garfield
Born November 19, 1831
Died September 19, 1881
Served 1881
Obverse designed and sculpted by Phoebe Hemphill, United States Mint.
Official Release Date: November 17, 2011
Admirers of former U.S. President James Garfield gathered November 17, 2011 for the United States Mint's official launch of the Presidential $1 Coin struck in his honor.  The ceremony was held in Mentor, Ohio at the James A. Garfield National Historic Site - location of the 20th President's family home - two days prior to the 180th anniversary of Garfield's birth. In attendance was Marc Landry, the United States Mint Acting Associate Director for Manufacturing. Also in attendance was Rudolph Garfield, a great-grandson of President Garfield, and Dr. Allan Peskin, professor emeritus of history at the Cleveland State University. Peskin, who served as the event's keynote speaker, is the author of "Garfield", the definitive biography of James Garfield. Following the ceremony, many of those in attendance of the event were among the first in the nation to get the new James Garfield Presidential $1 Coin by exchanging their currency for 25-coin rolls of the new coin.
Mintage Totals: Philadelphia Mint: 37,100,000 / Denver Mint: 37,100,000 / San Francisco Proof: 1,706,916



 


2012

 

 

Chester A. Arthur
Born October 5, 1829
Died November 18, 1886
Served 1881-1885
Obverse designed and sculpted by Don Everhart, United States Mint.
Official Release Date: March 13, 2012
Mintage Totals: Philadelphia Mint: 6,020,000 / Denver Mint: 4,060,000 / San Francisco Proof: 1,438,710

 

Grover Cleveland
Born March 18, 1837

Died June 24, 1908
Served 1885-1889 (First Term)
Obverse designed and sculpted by Don Everhart, United States Mint.
Official Release Date: June 19, 2012
Mintage Totals: Philadelphia Mint: 5,460,000 / Denver Mint: 4,060,000 / San Francisco Proof: 1,438,710

 

Benjamin Harrison
Born August 20, 1833
Died March 13, 1901
Served 1889-1893
Obverse designed and sculpted by Phoebe Hemphill, United States Mint.
Official Release Date: September 18, 2012
Mintage Totals: Philadelphia Mint: 5,640,001 / Denver Mint: 4,200,000 / San Francisco Proof: 1,438,710

Grover Cleveland
Born March18, 1837
Died June 24, 1908
Served 1893-1897 (Second Term)
Obverse designed and sculpted by Don Everhart, United States Mint.
Official Release Date: December 18, 2012
Mintage Totals: Philadelphia Mint: 10,680,000 / Denver Mint: 3,920,00 / San Francisco Proof: 1,438,710



 


2013

 

 

William McKinley
Born January 29,1843
Died September 14, 1901
Served 1897-1901
Obverse designed and sculpted by Phoebe Hemphill, United States Mint.
Official Release February 19, 2013
Mintage Totals: Philadelphia Mint: 4,760,000 / Denver Mint: 3,365,100 / San Francisco Proof: 1,449,415

 

Theodore Roosevelt
Born October 27,1858

Died January 6, 1919
Served 1901-1909
Obverse designed and sculpted by Joseph Menna, United States Mint.
Official Release Date: April 14, 2013
Mintage Totals: Philadelphia Mint: 5,310,700 / Denver Mint: 3,920,000 / San Francisco Proof: 1,449,415

 

William Howard Taft
Born September 15, 1857
Died March 8, 1930
Served 1909-1913
Obverse designed by Barbara Fox; Obverse sculpted by Michael Gaudioso, United States Mint.
Official Release Date: July 13, 2013
Mintage Totals: Philadelphia Mint: 4,760,000/ Denver Mint: 3,360,000 / San Francisco Proof: 1,449,415

Woodrow Wilson
Born December 28, 1856
Died February 23, 1924
Served 1913-1921
Obverse designed and sculpted by Don Everhart, United States Mint.
Official Release Date: October 13, 2013
Mintage Totals: Philadelphia Mint: 4,620,000 / Denver Mint: 3,360,000 / San Francisco Proof: 1,449,415





2014

 

 

Warren G. Harding
Born November 2, 1865
Died August 2, 1923
Served 1921-1923
Obverse designed and sculpted by Michael Gaudioso, United States Mint.
Official Release February 6, 2014
Mintage Totals: Philadelphia Mint: 6,160,000 / Denver Mint: 3,780,000 / San Francisco Proof: N/A

 

Calvin Coolidge
Born
July 4, 1872
Died January 5, 1933
Served 1923-1929
Obverse designed and sculpted by Phoebe Hemphill, United States Mint.
Official Release Date: April 10, 2014
Mintage Totals: Philadelphia Mint: 4,480,000 / Denver Mint: 3,780,000 / San Francisco Proof: N/A

 

Herbert Hoover
Born August 10, 1874
Died October 20, 1964
Served 1929-1933
Obverse designed and sculpted by Phoebe Hemphill, United States Mint.
Official Release Date: June 19, 2014
Mintage Totals: Philadelphia Mint: 4,480,000 / Denver Mint: 3,780,000 / San Francisco Proof: N/A

Franklin D. Roosevelt
Born January 30, 1882
Died April 12, 1945
Served 1933-1945
Obverse designed and sculpted by Joseph Menna, United States Mint.
Official Release Date: August 28, 2014
Mintage Totals: Philadelphia Mint: 4,760,000 / Denver Mint: 3,920,000 / San Francisco Proof: N/A



 


2015

 

 

Harry S. Truman
Born May 8, 1884
Died December 26, 1972
Served 1945-1953
Obverse designed and sculpted by Don Everhart, United States Mint.
Official Release Date: February 5, 2015
Mintage Totals: Philadelphia Mint: 4,900,000 / Denver Mint: 3,500,000 / San Francisco Proof: N/A

 

Dwight D. Eisenhower
Born
October 14, 1890
Died March 28, 1969
Served 1953-1961
Obverse designed and sculpted by Joseph Menna, United States Mint.
Official Release Date: April 13, 2015
Mintage Totals: Philadelphia Mint: 4,900,000 / Denver Mint: 3,645,998 / San Francisco Proof: N/A

 

John F. Kennedy
Born May 29, 1917
Died November 22, 1963
Served 1961-1963
Obverse designed and sculpted by Don Everhart, United States Mint.
Official Release Date: June 18, 2015
Mintage Totals: Philadelphia Mint: 6,160,000 / Denver Mint: 5,180,000 / San Francisco Proof: N/A

Lyndon B. Johnson
Born August 27, 1908
Died January 22, 1973
Served 1963-1969
Obverse designed and sculpted by Michael Gaudioso, United States Mint.
Official Release Date: August 18, 2015
Mintage Totals: Philadelphia Mint: 7,840,000 / Denver Mint: 4,200,000 / San Francisco Proof: N/A



 

2016

 

 

Richard M. Nixon
Born January 9, 1913
Died April 22, 1994
Served 1969-1974
Obverse designed and sculpted by Don Everhart, United States Mint.
Official Release Date: February 3, 2016
Mintage Totals: Philadelphia Mint: 5,460,000 / Denver Mint: 4,760,000 / San Francisco Proof: N/A

 

Gerald R Ford
Born
July 14, 1913
Died December 26, 2006
Served 1974-1977
Obverse designed and sculpted by Phebe Hemphill, United States Mint.
Official Release Date: March 8, 2016
Mintage Totals: Philadelphia Mint: 5,460,000 / Denver Mint: 5,040,000 / San Francisco Proof: N/A

Ronald W. Reagan
Born February 6, 1911
Died June 5, 2004
Served 1981-1989
Obverse designed by Richard Masters, United States Mint Artistic Infusion Program (AIP);
Obverse sculpted by Joseph Menna, United States Mint.
Official Release Date: July 1, 2016
Official Press Release February 6, 2016: "United States Mint Unveils Ronald and Nancy Reagan Coin Designs"
Mintage Totals: Philadelphia Mint: 7,140,000 / Denver Mint: 5,460,000 / San Francisco Proof: N/A


 

FROM THE UNITED STATES MINT

In 2005, President George W. Bush signed the Presidential $1 Coin Act
authorizing the U.S. Mint to strike $1 coins honoring America’s
Presidents in the order in which they served. This coin, the final one in
the Presidential $1 Coin Program, honors President Ronald Reagan.

 



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