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|Sculptor Glenna Goodacre’s design portraying Sacagawea and her infant dominates the obverse side of this 2003 one-dollar piece. “Liberty” and “In God We Trust” are the legends that accompany Sacagawea’s image on the US dollar coin. The center on the reverse side of this manganese-brass coin features a soaring eagle and the legend “E Pluribus Unum” surrounded by 17 stars, representing the states that formed the Union when the Lewis and Clark expedition took place in 1804. The design of the reverse of the 2003 US dollar coin is completed by the legends “United States of America” on top and “One Dollar” on the bottom, forming a circle around the central image. An inscription with the P, S, or D mint mark, located on the obverse of the 2003 one-dollar piece below the mint year, allows the collector to distinguish Sacagawea dollars minted in different US Mint facilities. Known as the golden dollar, this 26.5-mm (1.04-inch) diameter manganese-brass coin weighs 8.1 g (0.3 oz) and has a characteristic golden color. Other distinguishing traits of these uncirculated 2.0-mm-thick (0.08-inch) US dollar coin are a plain edge and an extra-wide border.|
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|Coinage Type||Circulation Coinage|
|Catalog Number||KM# 310|
|Coin Name||Sacagawea Dollar|
|Mint Name||U.S. Mint|
|Obverse Description||Sacagawea bust right, with baby on back|
|Reverse Description||Eagle in flight left|
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