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Must list these coins as circulated, but they are in uncirculated condition with lots of brilliance.
Sacagawea was the Shoshone Indian who assisted the historic Lewis and Clark expedition. While still a teenager, she guided the adventurers from the Northern Great Plains to the Pacific Ocean. Her husband,Toussaint Charbonneau, and their son who was born during the trip, accompanied them.
The Golden Dollar obverse design depicts Sacagawea carrying her son, Jean Baptiste. The reverse design features a soaring eagle and 17 stars representing each state in the union at the time of the 1804 Lewis and Clark expedition.
This Golden Dollar is 8.1 grams in weight, 2 mm thick and 26.5 mm in diameter. Its specially designed alloy is pure copper sandwiched between metallurgically bonded outer layers of manganese brass.