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|Seller||jeffscoins (73996) 98.8%|
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This pre-sale 2020 P & D George H. W. Bush Presidential dollar set is from the new US Mint Rolls. These are the last scheduled PD Presidential Golden Dollar Coins so buy extras now at our low cost price. You receive 2 coins for each quantity 1 you enter. They are both brilliant and uncirculated P&D business strikes, next two off the stacks, low cost (see upgrade link below).This lower cost listing is different from our other "premium best listing" in that we will just ship the next P&D coins as we received them from the mint. Coins from this "budget listing" will not be extensively inspected for reduced scratches on the obverse or reverse. Budget listing: These are "Business Strike", they were made for general Mint sales and may, and probably will, have more imperfections such as scratches, nicks, watermarks and discoloration. You save money if you are just filling holes or buying for young person that will handle the coins for fun anyway.Click blue letter link if you want to find out more about upgrading to BEST for about 75¢ more a coin:BEST 2020 P&D George H.W. Bush Presidential Golden Dollars PD 2 Coins Price 20PD BEST This optional premium or BEST listing link, where we ship a better looking P & D Mints than other sellers, (including the U.S. Mint) requires us to take the time and expense to support a BEST selection process that accepts about 5 P Mint and 6 D Mint coins per roll on average. If you want this for your collection then click the link to our BEST listing. Check our feedback from customers that are happy with the better quality dollar coins they receive from Jeffs Coins, including American Innovation and Sacagawea dollars.The US Mint Bush coin release date is scheduled for December 4, 2020 so order now from JeffsCoins for reliable delivery. Your Bush coins will ship within 30 days from the coins release date per ebay guidelines.These new Presidential $1 Coins continue the series of dollar coins issued from 2007 through 2016 by honoring George H. W. Bush.This 2020 George Bush Presidential $1 Coin offer contains uncirculated coins minted at the Philadelphia and Denver Mints.These coins’ designs display large, dramatic artwork and edge-incused inscriptions of the year, “E PLURIBUS UNUM,” and mint mark. Each coin features a likeness of President Bush on the obverse (heads) and a striking modern rendition of the Statue of Liberty on the reverse (tails).Obverse inscriptions are “GEORGE H. W. BUSH,” “IN GOD WE TRUST,” “41st PRESIDENT,” and “1989-1993.” Reverse inscriptions are “UNITED STATES OF AMERICA,” and “$1.”George Herbert Walker Bush was born June 12, 1924, in Milton, Massachusetts. He enlisted in the U.S. Navy during World War II and was awarded the Distinguished Flying Cross and Navy Air Medal with two gold stars. After the war, he attended Yale University, graduating in 1948 with a degree in economics, and subsequently relocated to Texas with his wife Barbara and their eldest son George Walker.Bush enjoyed a long public service career. He was a Member of Congress, Ambassador to the United Nations, and the Director of Central Intelligence before serving as Vice President from 1981 – 1989 and President from 1989 – 1993.Highlights of his term as President include:Passage of the Americans with Disabilities Act and amendments to the Clean Air ActNorth American Free Trade Agreement negotiations“Points of Light” initiative to promote volunteerism and community servicePersian Gulf War successAfter leaving office, the former President continued his commitment to service and helped raise hundreds of millions of dollars for charity and other causes.George H. W. Bush died on November 30, 2018, at the age of 94.Pre-order now by adding to your cart with other items :-) Most Presidential $1 back issues IN STOCK and add to your cart our NEW Innovation $1 Best Collector Grade annual sets linked below.thanks a++Buyer: ba**03 ( 5347) During past month 2016 P&D Ronald Reagan Presidential Golden Dollars Best Price PD 2 Coins 16PU (#291795575808)jeff always sells nice coins.dic..an ( 255) During past month 2016 P&D Ronald Reagan Presidential Golden Dollars Best Price PD 2 Coins 16PU (#291795575808)Great coins - Fast shipper AAA+++jg...5 ( 2357) During past month 2016 P&D Ronald Reagan Presidential Golden Dollars Best Price PD 2 Coins 16PU (#291795575808)Great product, quick to ship, would deal with again. Thank you. A++++++b...er ( 1121) During past month 2016 P&D Ronald Reagan Presidential Golden Dollars Best Price PD 2 Coins 16PU (#291795575808)easy transaction - thankscraft......wer ( 836) During past month 2016 P D S Ronald Reagan Presidential Golden Proof Dollar 3 Best Grade Coins PDS (#282071442490)US $16.74View ItemAlso add Reagan from 2016, click blue letters to check it out, add to your cart2016 P&D Ronald Reagan Presidential Golden Dollars Best Price PD 2 Coins 16PU The Regan P Mints are as bad as the Kennedy issue was when it comes to scratches and gouges. Both the the P & D Mints have scratches and marks from the minting and handling process, some more than others. The Denver Mint coins are usually better overall but still have as many marks as the Ford issues, we again remove the more marked up coins and ship you the best ones from both Philadelphia 16PU and Denver 16PV Mints. They will not be perfect, for close to perfect coins see our S Mint listing or PDS link above in last feedback (click view item) or links below 16PW.The only way to improve the coins shipped from the Mint, to a marginally acceptable level, is we go through every coin and discard the worst. Also to improve your collections quality, please buy more than 1 set and select the best P & D Mints for your album. If you would be so kind, the "one set price" is below the minimum ebay seller fee expenses and then seller's minimum PayPal fees also are subtracted. Buying 2 sets or more in quantity will help us both. These 2 business strike US Mint coins (P&D mints) feature the inscriptions IN GOD WE TRUST, 40th PRESIDENT and 1981 - 1989.The Mints release date for the P&D business strike coins was July 1, 2016. Please refer to this listing for all questions. Sorry but because of the low cost and extra time already spent, we can not respond to emails about questions already answered on this listing.If you buy just 1 set in the quantity, your price is below our cost after adding the $2 face value of the coins (they cost us more than that + about 40% of the P Mints we buy can not be used due to excessive gouges and stains) + $1.71 in seller fees (ebay fees 35¢, PayPal fees of 40¢ each time and mailing costs 96¢ minimum) = $3.71 + actual cost of coins bought, order processing time and supplies. Now you can see we are offering this near our cost price trusting you will order more than one set or add some other items to your cart, please :-)
Add Presidential dollars to your cart, then return here to use our blue letter link to the NEW Innovation dollars:Check it out2018 2019 PD Innovation Dollar All 10 Issue BU Set Intro DC DE PA NJ GA Best P DCheck it out2020 PD Innovation Dollar Complete Set CT MA MD SC All 8 Coins BestIf you would like to link to a Reagan listing with S Mint Proof included click below:2016 P D S Ronald Reagan Presidential Golden Proof Dollar 3 Best Grade Coins PDS
Ronald Wilson Reagan (February 6, 1911 to June 5, 2004) was an American politician and actor, who served as the 40th President of the United States from 1981 to 1989. Prior to his presidency, he served as the 33rd Governor of California from 1967 to 1975, following a career as a Hollywood actor and union leader.
Raised in a poor family in small towns of Northern Illinois, Ronald Reagan graduated from Eureka College in 1932 and worked as a sports announcer on several regional radio stations. After moving to Hollywood in 1937, he became an actor and starred in a few major productions. Reagan was twice elected as President of the Screen Actors Guild, the labor union for actors, where he worked to root out Communist influence. In the 1950s, he moved into television and was a motivational speaker at General Electric factories. Having been a lifelong liberal Democrat, his views changed. He became a conservative and in 1962 switched to the Republican Party.
In 1964, Reagan's speech, "A Time for Choosing," in support of Barry Goldwater's floundering presidential campaign, earned him national attention as a new conservative spokesman. Building a network of supporters, he was elected Governor of California in 1966. As governor, Reagan raised taxes, turned a state budget deficit to a surplus, challenged the protesters at the University of California, ordered National Guard troops in during a period of protest movements in 1969, and was re-elected in 1970. He twice ran unsuccessfully for the Republican nominations in 1968 and 1976; four years later, he easily won the nomination outright, going on to be elected the oldest President, defeating incumbent Jimmy Carter in 1980.
Entering the presidency in 1981, Reagan implemented sweeping new political and economic initiatives. His supply-side economic policies, dubbed "Reaganomics," advocated tax rate reduction to spur economic growth, control of the money supply to curb inflation, economic deregulation, and reduction in government spending. In his first term he survived an assassination attempt, escalated the War on Drugs, and fought public-sector labor. Over his two terms, his economic policies saw a reduction of inflation from 12.5% to 4.4%, and an average annual growth of real GDP of 3.44%; while Reagan did enact cuts in domestic discretionary spending, increased military spending contributed to increased federal outlays overall, even after adjustment for inflation.
During his reelection bid, Reagan campaigned on the notion that it was "Morning in America," winning a landslide in 1984 with the largest electoral college victory in history. Foreign affairs dominated his second term, including ending of the Cold War, the bombing of Libya, and the Iran Contra affair. Publicly describing the Soviet Union as an "evil empire," he transitioned Cold War policy from dÃ©tente to rollback, by escalating anarms race with the USSR while engaging in talks with Soviet General Secretary Mikhail Gorbachev, which culminated in the INF Treaty, shrinking both countries' nuclear arsenals. During his famous speech at the Brandenburg Gate, President Reagan challenged Soviet leader Mikhail Gorbachev to "tear down this wall!" One and a half years after the end of his term,
Leaving office in 1989, Reagan held an approval rating of sixty-eight percent, matching those of Franklin D. Roosevelt, and later Bill Clinton, as the highest ratings for departing presidents in the modern era. While having planned an active post-presidency, in 1994 Reagan disclosed his diagnosis with Alzheimer's disease earlier that year, appearing publicly for the last time at the funeral of Richard Nixon; he died ten years later at the age of 93. An icon among Republicans, he ranks favorably in public and critical opinion of U.S. Presidents, and his tenure constituted a realignment toward conservative policies in the United States. Source WIKI._________Links for the previous 2016 P & D Gerald R Ford Presidential dollar set issue are below (add the above Reagan set to your cart first then return to click links) and make it easy to add Ford or Nixon from new US Mint Rolls (not included in this listing). These coins are brilliant and uncirculated P & D business strikes. From a premium listing, to ship a better looking P Mint than other sellers, (including the U.S. Mint 16PT ) we again take the time and expense to support a selection process that discards almost every other P Mint coin in the roll. The Ford P Mints are as bad as the Kennedy issue was when it comes to scratches and gouges. Both the the P & D Mints have scratches and marks from the minting and handling process, some more than others. The Denver Mint coins are usually better overall but still have many marks on these Ford issues, we again remove the more marked up coins and ship you the best ones from both Philadelphia 16PN and Denver 16PP Mints. They will not be perfect, for close to perfect coins see our S Mint listing or PDS link below.The only way to improve the coins shipped from the Mint, to a marginally acceptable level, is we go through every coin and discard the worst. Also to improve your collections quality, please buy more than 1 set and select the best P & D Mints for your album. If you would be so kind, the "one set price" is below the minimum ebay seller fee expenses and then seller's minimum PayPal fees also are subtracted. Buying 2 sets or more in quantity will help us both. Optionally these 2 business strike US Mint coins (P&D mints) feature the inscriptions IN GOD WE TRUST, 38th PRESIDENT and 1974 - 1977.The Mints release date for the P&D business strike coins was March 8, 2016. Please refer to that listing for all questions. Sorry but because of the low cost and extra time already spent, we can not respond to emails about questions already answered on this listing.Thank you for buying more than one set on this PD listing or using the "add to cart button" then click below to add other Mint coin issues like our optional PDS 3 coin set which includes the S proof: 2016 PDS Gerald Ford Presidential Golden Dollar Best Grade Coin P D S Proof 16PN
Ford was the only person to hold the presidential office without being elected as either president or vice-president. The choice of Ford to fulfill Agnew's vacated role as vice president was based on his reputation for openness and honesty. "In all the years I sat in the House, I never knew Mr. Ford to make a dishonest statement nor a statement part-true and part-false. He never attempted to shade a statement, and I never heard him utter an unkind word," said Martha Griffiths.
The trust the American people had in him was severely and rapidly tarnished by his pardon of Nixon. Nonetheless, many grant in hindsight that he had respectably discharged with considerable dignity a great responsibility that he had not sought. His subsequent loss to Carter in 1976 has come to be seen as an honorable sacrifice he made for the nation.
In spite of his athletic record and remarkable career accomplishments, Ford acquired a reputation as a clumsy, likable and simple-minded Everyman. An incident in 1975 when he tripped while exiting the presidential jet in Austria, was famously and repeatedly parodied by Chevy Chase, cementing Ford's image as a klutz. Pieces of Ford's common Everyman image have also been attributed to Ford's inevitable comparison to Nixon, as well as his perceived Midwestern stodginess and self-deprecation. Ridicule often extended to supposed intellectual limitations, with Lyndon B. Johnson once joking, "He's a nice fellow but he spent too much time playing football without a helmet."Ford honored on U.S Postage, issue of 2007
Ford was honored with a Golden Palm Star on the Palm Springs Walk of Stars in 1999. And the following facilities were named after him:Gerald R. Ford Freeway (Nebraska)Gerald R. Ford Freeway (Michigan)Gerald Ford Memorial Highway, I-70 in Eagle County, ColoradoGerald R. Ford International Airport in Grand Rapids, MichiganGerald R. Ford Library in Ann Arbor, MichiganGerald R. Ford Museum in Grand Rapids, MichiganGerald R. Ford School of Public Policy, University of MichiganGerald R. Ford Amphitheater in Vail, Colorado, in Ford Park, also named after himGerald R. Ford Institute of Public Policy, Albion CollegeUSS Gerald R. Ford (CVN-78)Gerald R. Ford Elementary School, Indian Wells, CaliforniaGerald Ford Boys and Girls Club, La Quinta, CaliforniaGerald R. Ford Middle School, Grand Rapids, MichiganGerald Ford Drive, Coachella Valley, California (Cathedral City, Rancho Mirage, Palm Desert)President Ford Field Service Council, Boy Scouts of America The council where he was awarded the rank of Eagle Scout. Serves 25 counties in Western and Northern Michigan with its headquarters located in Grand Rapids, Michigan. Wiki
WASHINGTON - The United States Mint (Mint) officially announced the designs that will appear on the 2016 Presidential $1 Coins honoring former Presidents Richard M. Nixon and Gerald R. Ford.
The coins' obverses (heads side) were designed and sculpted by the following talented United States Mint Sculptor-Engravers:Richard M. NixonObverse Designer and Sculptor: United States Mint Sculptor-Engraver Don Everhart
Inscriptions on the obverse of each coin include the president's name, term in office, the order in which he served, and "IN GOD WE TRUST."
The coins' reverses (tails side) feature a rendition of the Statue of Liberty, also designed and sculpted by Everhart. Inscriptions on the reverse are "$1" and "UNITED STATES OF AMERICA." The year of minting or issuance, the mint mark, and "E PLURIBUS UNUM" are incused on the edge of the coins.
Legislated by Public Law 109-145, the Presidential $1 Coin Program was limited to deceased presidents with the provision that there is at least a two-year period following the date of the death of the President before a coin can be issued. Hence, President Jimmy Carter, who is still living, is ineligible for a Presidential $1 Coin in 2016. President Reagan, the next president to serve after Carter, passed away in 2004 and is thus eligible to be commemorated under paragraph (2)(E).
Designs for the Ronald Reagan Presidential $1 Coin and the corresponding Nancy Reagan First Spouse Gold Coin will be announced on Feb. 6, 2016, the 105th anniversary of President Reagan's birth.
The release of the Ronald Reagan Presidential $1 Coin will mark the end of the program honoring our Nation's presidents. Launched in 2007, the Presidential $1 Coin Program features coins with bold, dramatic portraits, unique edge-lettered inscriptions and a common reverse design of the iconic Statue of Liberty. Since the beginning of the program, the Mint has issued four coins annually in the order in which the presidents served in office, with three coins being released in 2016.Also see our other listing for Johnson: 2015 Lyndon B. JohnsonThank you everyone that just bought Johnson and Kennedy dollars from us and we hope you enjoyed the great coins we sent and the random fun old stamps :-) Look for some special old Johnson stamps used on some buyers random mailings for this LBJ issue. These business strike coins will have some roll or bag marks just as they come from the Mint. We review all the coins and remove the worst ones (especially the inferior Philadelphia Mints compared to Denver mints). If you prefer perfect coins please see our proof listings. Many of our customers buy more than one set and keep the best two then give the others as gifts to young collectors. The Mint release date for this coin was August 18, 2015. Jeffs Coins started first pre-sale shipments on the Mint's release date.If you buy just 1 set in the quantity, your price is below our cost after adding the $2 face value of the coins (they cost us more than that + about 40% of the P Mints we buy can not be used due to excessive gouges and stains) + $1.71 in seller fees (ebay fees 35¢, PayPal fees of 40¢ each time and mailing costs 96¢ minimum) = $3.71 + actual cost of coins bought, order processing time and supplies. Now you can see we are offering this near our cost price trusting you will order more than one set or add some other items to your cart, please :-)
Lyndon B. Johnson: 36th President (1963 – 1969)
Lyndon Baines “LBJ” Johnson was born August 27, 1908, in central Texas. He graduated from Southwest Texas State Teachers College (now Texas State University-San Marcos).
Johnson successfully campaigned for the U.S. House of Representatives in 1937 where he served six years before moving on to serve 12 years in the U.S. Senate.
Johnson became the nation’s 37th vice president in 1961. He had held that office for less than three years, when John F. Kennedy's assassination thrust him into the presidency. During a joint session of Congress to present his plans for leading the nation after Kennedy's death, he said, “All that I have I would have given gladly not to be standing here today.”
During his administration, President Johnson promoted his vision of “The Great Society” and tackled issues such as poverty, inequality in education, voting rights and conservation. However, it was the conflict between North and South Vietnam that took center stage both at home and abroad.
Additional highlights of Johnson's presidency include:Passage of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, the Voting Rights Act of 1965, and the Open Housing Act of 1968Passage of legislation creating the National Endowments for the Arts and Humanities and the National Endowment for the HumanitiesPassage of the Highway Safety ActPassage of the Public Broadcasting ActPassage of Social Security Act 1965, which created the Medicare and Medicaid programsApollo 8, the first manned spacecraft to orbit the moon
Coinage legislation enacted during presidency:Coinage Act of 1965: Amended the act of 1792, eliminated silver from the dime, and quarter and substantially reducing the amount of silver in the half-dollar.Source: U.S.Mint lj1 lj2 lj3 lj4 lj5 lj6 16PU 16PV 16PW 16PX 16PY 16PZWe also have a convenient listing for shipment of all 6 remaining P&D coins to the end of the 2016 Presidential program including 2016 Native American Golden Dollars: above see Bush 41 as of 11/4/20
The Wilson "Proof" Dollar is also available
Presidential $1 Coin Annual Release Schedule
Release Year President Years Served
2007 1 George Washington 1789-1797
2 John Adams 1797-1801
3 Thomas Jefferson 1801-1809
4 James Madison 1809-1817
2008 5 James Monroe 1817-1825
6 John Quincy Adams 1825-1829
7 Andrew Jackson 1829-1837
8 Martin Van Buren 1837-1841
2009 9 William Henry Harrison 1841
10 John Tyler 1841-1845
11 James K. Polk 1845-1849
12 Zachary Taylor 1849-1850
2010 13 Millard Fillmore 1850-1853
14 Franklin Pierce 1853-1857
15 James Buchanan 1857-1861
16 Abraham Lincoln 1861-1865
2011 17 Andrew Johnson 1865-1869
18 Ulysses S. Grant 1869-1877
19 Rutherford B. Hayes 1877-1881
20 James Garfield 1881
2012 21 Chester A. Arthur 1881-1885
22 Grover Cleveland (1st term) 1885-1889
23 Benjamin Harrison 1889-1893 Red= See our other listings24 Grover Cleveland (2nd term)1893-1897 201325William McKinley1897-1901 Red= See our other listings26Theodore Roosevelt1901-190927William Howard Taft1909-191328Woodrow Wilson1913-1921 201429Warren Harding1921-1923 Red= See our other listings30Calvin Coolidge1923-1929 31Herbert Hoover1929-1933 32Franklin D. Roosevelt1933-1945 201533Harry S. Truman1945-1953 34Dwight D. Eisenhower1953-1961 35John F. Kennedy1961-1963 Shipping as of the June, 2015 MINT release date or also see our "set to end of program" listing above36Lyndon B. Johnson1963-1969 This listing is now shipping as of the August 18, 2015 MINT release date, also see our "to end of program" listing above 201637Richard M. Nixon1969-1974 38Gerald Ford1974-1977 Note: Ronald Reagan added to scheduled program.The Ronald Reagan listing was released as of early July 2016Bush 41 pre-sale for December 4th 2020. 20PD 20PE 20PF 20PG 20PH 20PJ END......https:
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