Sacagawea – Presidential Dollar Weak Edge Lettering Mint Error
Sacagawea and Presidential Dollars can have weak edge lettering and is a mint error that carries a premium. Weak Edge Lettering errors can be worth from $20 to several hundred depending on the grade, date and mint mark.
Weak Edge Lettering is thinly struck or not fully struck edge lettering and not to be confused with Partial Edge Lettering.
There’s also examples of one edge lettering being Position A and the second edge lettering as Position B.
Weak Edge Lettering Top – Normal Edge Lettering Bottom
Image courtesy of NCG
Presidential Dollar have edge lettering from 2007 to the present and Sacagawea Dollars have edge lettering since 2009.
More Sacagawea Dollar Values
Designer: Obv: Glenna Goodacre. Rev: Thomas D. Rodgers Sr.
Diameter: 26.5 millimeters
Metal content: .770 copper, .120 zinc, .070 manganese, .040 nickel
Weight: 8.1 grams
Mintmark: P (Philadelphia), D (Denver), S (San Francisco) centered below the date