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CoinWeek Podcast #90: Collecting the Susan B. Anthony Dollar – Audio

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Despite barely circulating, the Susan B. Anthony dollar can still be found at your local bank for face value.

The coin, struck in earnest in 1979 and 1980, and then only for collectors in 1981, was an immediate failure upon its release and stockpiled in bank vaults and the Treasury by the tens of millions.

Then, without much fanfare, the Susan B. Anthony dollar made a one year return in 1999, at the same time that the U.S. Mint was preparing to launch the golden dollar in 2000.

In this CoinWeek Podcast, based on an article by Joshua McMorrow-Hernandez, you will learn a great deal about the Susan B. Anthony dollar and get a sense of the different ways it can be collected today.

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