2013 Theodore Roosevelt $1 Coin Cover

Item Number: 72834
Product Type:  Coin
Size: 1 inch (24.3mm) Round
Material: Copper uncirculated
Price: $15.99

This is a limited quantity item. There is no assurance that once gone it will be available again.

Current available inventory: 4


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coin packaging2013 Theodore Roosevelt $1 Coin Cover

The American Presidency $1 Coin Cover Series is the perfect way to showcase your Presidential $1 Coin. This Coin Cover from the US Mint would make a remarkable gift for a young collector or loved one interested in owning a unique piece of United States history. 

This limited-edition cover – only 20,000 produced – features two President Theodore Roosevelt $1 Coins from the first day of production – January 9th, 2013 from the Philadelphia Mint, and February 5th, 2013 from the Denver Mint. The coins are mounted on a display card inside an envelope with U.S. 46-cent Patriotic Star stamp. The cover also features a portrait of President Roosevelt, and the postmark of May 9, 2013, New York, NY, marks the day the Theodore Roosevelt $1 Coin Cover was issued by the United States Mint.

These coins’ designs display large, dramatic artwork and edge-incused inscriptions of the year, E PLURIBUS UNUM and the mint mark. Each coin features a likeness of President Theodore Roosevelt and has a common reverse design featuring a striking rendition of the Statue of Liberty.

The design inscriptions on the obverse of the 2013 Theodore Roosevelt $1 Coin are: THEODORE ROOSEVELT, IN GOD WE TRUST, 26th PRESIDENT, and 1901-1909 the years President Roosevelt was in office.