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Presidential dollar coins were minted from 2007 to 2016 — however from 2012 to 2016 they were minted only for collectors, not for circulation.
Wondering how much Presidential dollar coins are worth these days?
If you’re like many people, you probably don’t see too many dollar coins turning up in pocket change — so you might think these coins are worth more than face value.
However, as there are several million dollar coins of each design in the Presidential dollar coin series readily available.
Therefore, these Presidential dollars are not at all scarce (there are literally tons stored away in bank vaults all across the country).
As a result, Presidential dollars are not worth more than face value if worn.
Even in mint state, most Presidential dollar coins are worth only nominally more than face value.
Proof Presidential $1 coins have a value of $3 to $5
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