|The 2007 George Washington dollar is the first copper coin in the new Presidential Dollar coin series. Made up of 88.5 percent copper, 6 percent zinc, 3.5 percent manganese, and 2 percent nickel, this George Washington coin is 26.5 mm in diameter and weighs 8.1 g. Designed and sculpted by Joseph Menna, the obverse side of the George Washington coin has a portrait of George Washington with the inscription “GEORGE WASHINGTON” and “1st PRESIDENT 1789-1797”. Moreover, the reverse side of this George Washington coin showcases the Statue of Liberty along with the inscription of “UNITED STATES OF AMERICA” and “$1”. At the edge of the 2007 George Washington dollar copper coin are the inscriptions “In God We Trust” and “E Pluribus Unum” meaning "Out of many, one".|
|Sub Geo||Not Available|
|Coinage Type||Circulation Coinage|
|Catalog Number||KM# 401|
|Mint Name||U.S. Mint|
|Obverse Description||Bust 3/4 facing left|
|Reverse Description||Statue of Liberty|
|Edge Lettering||IN GOD WE TRUST date, mint mark E PLURIBUS UNUM|
|General Note||Date and mint mark incuse on edge.|
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The 2007 George Washington Missing Edge Lettering $1 MS coin is listed as number 53 out of the 100 Greatest U.S. Modern Coins published by Whitman Books.Com by Jeff Garrett & Scott Schechter. This coin is also listed 34 out of the top 100 Modern Coins published by PCGS. Try to find this coin in the highest MS state and remember to purchase only NGC or PCGS encapsulated coins.
great product, very rare in any grade. The washington missing error coin (godless dollar) is harder to find that at first thought mintage could be under 100,000. In 2007 the motto and date were moved to the edge and a numbger of these coins missed the second step. They do not have a date, motto, or e pluribus unum.
I love this coin as well. NGC states on the front label that it is a mint error with the date 2007 in parenthesis because it is missing on the edge of the coin. They are so good at grading coins that they have graded this coin as Brilliant Uncirculated instead of Mint State.
I like George Washington so I got this coin. I also have a first spouse Martha Washington. I like to collect presidents. It may be because when I was a child all of the streets in my neighborhood were named after presidents.
Very happy with my purchase. Very reasonable and graded by a top grading company. Coin is just what I've been wanting for a long time and now that I have it; I'm extremely happy.