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Unburnished Sacajawea dollar?

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    Posted: 23 Jun 2016 at 6:55am
This is a segment from an article I read while I was researching this coin. It's brass. No gold color at all, and it's not faded. Perhaps a clad layer is missing, perhaps not.

Any help or opinions would be great, thanks.

2000 Sacagawea Dollar on SBA Dollar Planchet (Transitional Error) This rarity was produced when a Susan B. Anthony dollar planchet was fed into a press that was striking Sacagawea dollars.Five pieces reported. How to Detect: Color: Silver, Diameter: 26.5 millimeters, Edge:Plain, Weight:8.1 grams, Content: Outer clad layers: 75% copper 25% nickel, Core: 100% copper. Approximate Value: $12,000 to $15,000.

2000 P Goodacre Presentation Sacagawea Dollar - Type One (unburnished) Circulation Strikes: 5,000 A little over 2% of the Goodacre Sacagawea's appear to be "unburnished." Sacagawea obverse designer, Glenna Goodacre, had 5,000 Sacagawea Dollars presented to her by the US Mint for of her design. How to Detect: Specially prepared and polished planchets, new die pair, high striking pressure, special handling, resulting in very few contact marks. Approximate Value: $600 to $1000,

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