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Andrew Jackson Dollar Coin

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Featured on the obverse of the Andrew Jackson dollar coin is a likeness of Andrew Jackson along with the inscriptions “7th President” and “1829-1837.” The reverse features a striking rendition of the Statue of Liberty with the inscriptions “United States of America” and “$1.” The coin also features edge-incused inscriptions.

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Product Description

The Presidential dollar coin features one of the boldest and most beautiful coins ever created by the United States Mint. The traditional inscriptions “E Pluribus Unum,” the date of issuance and the mint mark have been moved to the edge of the coin, making it unique among circulating coins. The reverse features a stunning image of the Statue of Liberty. The Presidential $1 Coin series will honor each of our presidents in the order they served. However, no living president will be included in the series.

A citizen of Tennessee, Andrew Jackson was the first president elected from west of the Appalachian Mountains. As a boy, he fought in the Revolutionary War. Jackson gained national prominence as a hero of the War of 1812, and was nicknamed “Old Hickory” for his firm discipline as commander of his troops.

As president, Jackson worked to strengthen the executive branch and vetoed more bills than the six prior presidents combined. His renomination to a second term marked the first use of a national nominating convention to select a party’s candidate instead of a congressional caucus.

A strong proponent of federal supremacy over states’ rights, he took a forceful stance against the state of South Carolina’s attempt to nullify a federal tariff, declaring “Our federal Union: it must be preserved.”

President Jackson authorized three southern branches of the United States Mint in 1835 – New Orleans, Charlotte, and Dahlonega.

Featured on the obverse of the Andrew Jackson dollar coin is a likeness of Andrew Jackson along with the inscriptions “7th President” and “1829-1837.” The reverse features a striking rendition of the Statue of Liberty with the inscriptions “United States of America” and “$1.” The coin also features edge-incused inscriptions.

Please select the Mint and the Packaging from the options below.