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MintProducts.com :: U.S. DOLLARS 2000-2019 :: Presidential Dollar Rolls 2007-2016 :: 2008 John Quincy Adams P or D Mint Presidential Dollar Rolls

2008 John Quincy Adams P or D Mint Presidential Dollar Rolls

2008 John Quincy Adams P or D Mint Presidential Dollar Rolls
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  • United States Mint original/bank wrapped 25 coin rolls! Each coin is in uncirculated condition. You can select from both the Philadelphia (P) or Denver (D) mint issues in the dropdown menu above!

    COIN SPECIFICATIONS:

    RELEASE DATE: May 15th, 2008 (6th release of the series.)
    DENOMINATION: 1.00 USD
    MINTAGE: 115,260,000
    WEIGHT: 8.1 grams
    DIAMETER: 26.5 mm
    COMPOSITION: 88.5% Copper, 6% Zinc, 3.5% Manganese, 2% Nickel
    OBVERSE FEATURES: Portrait of the President's likeness, their name, the number in which president they were, and the years in which they served.
    REVERSE FEATURES: Statue of Liberty design by Don Everhart of the United States Mint, along with the words "United States of America" and "$1."
    EDGE: These coins feature a lettered edge with the words "E Pluribus Unum," "In God We Trust," its year of mintage and its corresponding mint branch. (P) for Philadelphia or (D) for Denver.

    A BRIEF HISTORY OF THE PRESIDENT:

    John Quincy Adams (July 11, 1767 - February 23, 1848) was the son of the second President Of The United States John Adams and Abigail Adams. He was first a diplomat involved in many international negotiations, and formulated the Monroe Doctrine. He served as president from March 4th 1825 to March 4th 1829. Late in life, as a Congressman, he was a leading opponent of the Slave Power, arguing that if a civil war ever broke out the president could abolish slavery by using his war powers, a policy followed by Abraham Lincoln in the Emancipation Proclamation of 1863.

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