US Mint 2013 Presidential $1 Coin Uncirculated Set

Posted on 3/12/2013

Each eight-coin set features uncirculated $1 coins, as well as brief biographical sketches of the depicted presidents.

[WASHINGTON, DC] — As part of the Presidential $1 Coin Program, the United States Mint introduces the 2013 Presidential $1 Coin Uncirculated Set™ – the seventh annual release of four $1 coins in the program.

Each eight-coin set features four uncirculated Presidential $1 Coins from the United States Mint at Philadelphia and four uncirculated Presidential $1 Coins from the United States Mint at Denver. The set is presented in a folder with brief biographical sketches and portraits of each President. Each coin is mounted in an individual protective, rotatable blister; edge-incused inscriptions on the coins are fully visible.

Each coin has a common reverse (tails side) design featuring a striking rendition of the Statue of Liberty. These 2013 coins feature large, dramatic artwork, as well as edge-incused inscriptions of the year of minting or issuance, E PLURIBUS UNUM and the mint mark. IN GOD WE TRUST appears on the face of the coin.

The 2013 obverses (heads sides) of these coins honor these Presidents:

William McKinley:
This design features an image of William McKinley with the inscriptions WILLIAM MCKINLEY, IN GOD WE TRUST, 25th PRESIDENT and 1897-1901.

Theodore Roosevelt:
This design features an image of Theodore Roosevelt with the inscriptions THEODORE ROOSEVELT, IN GOD WE TRUST, 26th PRESIDENT and 1901-1909.

William Howard Taft:
This design features an image of William Howard Taft with the inscriptions WILLIAM HOWARD TAFT, IN GOD WE TRUST, 27th PRESIDENT and 1909-1913.

Woodrow Wilson:
This design features an image of Woodrow Wilson with the inscriptions WOODROW WILSON, IN GOD WE TRUST, 27th PRESIDENT and 1913-1921.

The Presidential $1 Coin Uncirculated Set is also available through the United States Mint’s Online Subscription Program. Visit their Subscriptions page for more information.

For more information, visit the US Mint.

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