1979-D Susan B. Anthony Dollar
Susan B. Anthony dollars were created and issued by the United States Mint to honor Susan B. Anthony as a pioneer in women's rights. However they failed to gain widespread public acceptance due to their similarity with the quarter in size, color and reeded edge. These dollars were only minted in 1979, 1980, 1981 and then again for one more year in 1999.
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1979-D Susan B. Anthony Dollar Details:
- Denver Mint
- The composition of this coin consists of outer layers of copper-nickel (.750 copper, .250 nickel) bonded to inner core of pure copper.
- 26.5 mm Diameter
- Reeded Edge
- Obverse Design: Likeness of Susan B. Anthony which represented the first time that a woman other than a model or a mythical figure has appeared on a circulating U.S. coin. The mintmarks are also found on the obverse of the coin, slightly above Anthony's right shoulder.
- Reverse Design: Features the same design that was used on the Eisenhower Dollar.
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