SacagaweaCoin RARE 2000 D-p & Experimental Rinse US Mint Error Sacagawea Native American Dollar coin

When this 2000p-d Sacagawea golden dollar coin was shown to a highly respected error coin dealer they said they could see the “D” to the West of the “P”. This was at the at the Long Beach Coin Show almost 20 years ago and they added that it was a very interesting coin. THIS Sacagawea 2000p is now CERTIFIED by one of the largest coin graders in the United States AS AN AUTHENTIC SACAGAWEA NATIVE AMERICAN DOLLAR AND GRADED AS A BRILLANT UNCIRCULATED MS-66 GOLDEN DOLLAR. DISCOVERED FROM BRAND NEW FRESH MINT BAGS BEING LOADED INTO A POSTAL VENDING MACHINE. TODAY IT LOOKS JUST LIKE IT DID THEN IN EARLY 2000 WHEN IT WAS DISCOVERED. It has the appearance of having gone through some type of TESTING and or EXPERIMENTAL WASH of which the mint has confirmed that testing was done on some SACAGAWEA coins. This coin also has a visable mark that resembles a “D” Mint Mark to the left of the “P” Mint Mark which is covered and shown in this video. REAL MINT ERRORS ARE UNINTENDED MISTAKES MADE BY THE MINT. EXPERIMENTAL RINSE WAS INTENTIONALLY PLACED ON 2001 “P” DOLLAR COINS BUT NOT INTENDED FOR 2000p or 2000dCOINS AS IT IS UNDERSTOOD. SO THE 2001 EXPERIMENTAL WASHED COINS ARE NOT TRUE ERRORS BECAUSE THE MINT INTENDED TO DO THE PROCEEDURE ON SOME 2001p SACAGAWEAS. A WASHED 2000 P WOULD BE A HUGE MINT ERROR AND ONE WITH TWO DIFFERENT MINT MARKS A ‘D’ AND A “P” WOULD BE AS CLOSE TO IMPOSSIBLE AS ANYONE COULD GET. SO TAKE A LOOK BECAUSE THERE ARE LEGIMATE PROBLEMS WITH THIS AUTHENTIC CERTIFIED COIN AND IT ARRIVED VIA THE MINT IN A BRAND NEW BAG OF SHINNY 2000 “D” SACAGAWEA DOLLAR COINS. THIS ONE IS NEARLY IMPOSSIBLE TO EXPLAIN AWAY. HELP ME FIND ANOTHER WITH A MARK TO THE LEFT OF THE “P’ SO THAT WE CAN GET TO THE BOTTOM OF THIS. PLEASE TAKE A MOMENT TO SUBSCRIBE TO STAY INFORMED. IT’S A BEAUTIFUL COIN AND IT’S REAL. SO PLEASE HELP ME GET THE WORD OUT.
A Sacagawea 2000 d-p OMM (Over Mint Mark) and Experimental Rinse Planchet – Anti Tarnishing Agent coin with only 0 known at the time of this video and is becoming one of the most controversial error coins ever discovered. With no other known specimens this coin is extremely rare.
You can Google “cointalk 2000p experimental rinse segs” and read an interesting article on discolored Sacagawea dollars.
A Sacagawea 2000d Experimental Rinse coin is almost unheard of, however their are now 2 2000d Sacagawea subjects which are of the Chocolate-Redish Brown Purple-Color-Experimental-Rinse-Sacagawea-Golden-Dollar-2000d’s and now 18 years after the minting of these conis began one 2006d Denver Sacagawea has been cetified by PCGS. Which verifies that the Denver Mint’s experimental Rinse processes was estalbished prior to 2006. Which leads one to believe that the anti-tarnishing agent and experimental rinse testing processes were also set up in Denver in early 2000. You may want to subscribe to this channel for future informative videos on more of these cioins.
The Sacagawea coins in this video have not been graded at the time of this video.
A Smalldollar web site has photos of a 2001p (at the TOP) and a 2000p Experimental Rinse (at the BOTTOM), and now a 2006d experimental rinse Anti Tarnishing Agent Sacagawea also at the bottom, check it out. Some coin collector newsletters are placing the 2000p Experimental Rinse Sacagawea coins next in line to the 39, 24 ct gold Proof Sacagawea coins that went into space on the space shuttle, as far as attainability, rareness and value. Several different Anti Tarnishing Agents and alloys were tested during the development of the Sacagawea Dollar. Search Sacagawea 2000p Experimental Rinse on Google for more information on these great coins. I will be actively researching the process of anti-tarnishing of metals and alloys in an attempt to discover why the chemical agents used by the US Mint remained on these few coins that are being discovered. Some of the 2001p Sacagaweas that have been certified appear to have this dark brown chemical still covering portions of the surface of these coins. The 2000d and 2000p coins are very hard to find and only two 2000p coins have been certified that appear to have this dark brown color very similar to this 2000d that I received directly from a postal vending machine in early 2000.
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