How Much Is My Sacagawea & Native American One Dollar Coin Worth?
By James Bucki. About.com Guide
Images Courtesy of: The United States Mint
This guide is will give you an idea of how much your Sacagawea & Native American One Dollar Coins minted from 2000 to today are worth. The table below provides average coin prices and values based upon the condition of the coin. If the coin shows evidence of wear on it due to being used in commerce, it is considered "circulated ." If it was never used, then it is classified as "uncirculated ." The pictures below illustrate examples of each condition. Some coins are valuable even in well worn condition. You cannot increase a coin's value by cleaning it. In fact, cleaned coins are worth considerably less and coin dealers can recognize a cleaned coin immediately. Therefore, never
clean your coins!
Sacagawea & Native American One Dollar Coins are still being minted by the United States Mint. From 2002 through 2008, the Sacajawea dollars were minted only for collectors. Beginning in 2012, the Native American dollars were minted only for collectors. Therefore, the mintage numbers in these years are lower. Otherwise, nice uncirculated examples are widely available.
Key Dates, Rarities and Varieties
The following Sacagawea & Native American One Dollar Coin in any condition, are worth considerable more than common Sacagawea & Native American One Dollar Coin. As such, these coins are frequently counterfeit or altered from common Sacagawea & Native American One Dollar Coin. Therefore, have the coin authenticated by a reputable coin dealer or third party grading service. [Note. click on the pictures below for a larger more detailed photo]
- 2000 P Sacajawea Cheerios Dollar