2009 William Henry Harrison Presidential 1 Dollar Coin Information

Circulating $1 Coin from the US Mint

This beautiful coin design displays dramatic artwork, and inscriptions of E PLURIBUS UNUM and the mint mark. The $1 coin features a likeness of President William Henry Harrison on one side along with the inscription IN GOD WE TRUST, 9th PRESIDENT and the year, while the reverse side shows a design that is a striking rendition of the Statue of Liberty.

These striking William Harrison Presidential $1 Coins are circulating condition coins and they can be used in your daily monetary transactions, but why would you spend them instead of saving these beautiful coins. These coins have never been circulated and they make a great addition to your personal collection or would make a wonderful gift for any coin enthusiast.

You can add these historic $1 coins to your coin collection today, and you can order the 2009 William Henry Harrison Presidential $1 Coin 25-Coin Roll struck at the United States Mint at Philadelphia, from www.usmint.gov.

The US Mint will continue to sell previously issued Presidential $1 Coin Rolls until the coin inventory is depleted. See their website for this particular issue and other current coin offerings. Collecting limited edition coin sets is a good way to enter and expand your experience in the world of investing and coin collecting.

If you are looking for other U.S. Coins offer from the U.S. Mint, you can visit the schedule for products, that will show projected coin release dates for United States Mint coins.

The United States Mint issues four Presidential $1 Coins per year, with Presidents, so do not miss out on getting yours.

www.usmint.gov

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jasmine earl 6 years ago

When did he die and how did it happen?

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