Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by DF41Ms, Dec 2, 2019 at 9:36 AM.
United States Mint Pennsylvania makes 20 million $1 coins in a year.
WTF is a one dollar coin?
You are in USA ?
Correction: The Pennsylvania mint makes 20 million copper-nickel slugs, with a $1 denomination on them.
People buy silver dollars/$1 coins as souvenirs and collectibles. Each coin sold is like a donation to the federal government because most will be hoarded and never be used as legal tender.
Vending machines. They are pretty useless in my area but an hour south of me a lot of vending machines take them and give them as change in case you only have a $10 and have a hankering for 5 over priced nacho cheese Doritos and some crumbs at the bottom.
I never see any of them
Sacajawea coins have been around for 20 years. 20 million produced a year means there should be 400 million in circulation
I don’t see them
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