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This is the $1 coin known as “Cheerios” that you can get for more than S/35,000 | can sell Sacagawea dollars | United States | Venezuela | World

Did you know that in 2000, a cereal brand gave away $1 coins to its customers and now they can be sold for up to $1.00? 10,000 dollars or 37,125 soles? Due to its special history, it is one of the most valuable coins in the world of numismatics USA and the world.

Through an agreement, the grain company received newly minted coins, packaged them, and included them in their products for their buyers to find. Years later, coin experts discovered that the pieces had unique features that only those who owned them possessed.

What $1 coin can sell for more than S/35,000?

The currency is called “Cheerios” O “Sacagawea Dollar” for on the front is the portrait of a member of the Shoshone tribe who served as a guide on an expedition to the United States. An eagle can be seen on the back.

This “Cheerios” buck has the most detailed feathers and the inlaid center feather shaft. According to USD Mint, as part of the “Gold Dollar promotion in October 1999, $5,500 of the detailed plumage variant (12 tails) was produced and shipped under the detailed agreement that they would not go on sale until January 2000.”

“Before the coins were manufactured for delivery to the Federal Reserve in 2000, the spring details were toned down and the center tail spring was lowered to resolve a problem in die manufacturing. Lowering the central tail feather creates the illusion of a thirteenth feather, but that was not the intention,” the company explains.

PCGS a website specializing in coins and banknotes, reports on its website that the record was paid for this currency $10,200 in April 2020.

Where do you sell dollar bills or collectible coins?

  • Internet platforms. Collectors often use sites like Mercado Libre, Ebay and Amazon to find lost items. Please note that some of these sites charge a commission on any products sold.
  • Groups on social networks. Facebook groups are also often used to sell these products. In this way, there is an opportunity to negotiate prices as long as the piece is sought after by collectors and is not an ordinary item that does not arouse interest.
  • Numismatic houses. These branches are located in several countries around the world. These areas allow you to sell your collectible coin or note if the piece is of interest to the owners. If it is very common, they will only pay you the price per kilo or quantity.
  • Numismatic events. These convections take place all over the world and are interesting places to sell or exchange numismatic pieces.
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