Sacagawea and Native American One Dollar Coin Values & Prices

How Much Is My Sacagawea or Native American One Dollar Coin Worth?

Sacagawea and Native American One Dollar Coins
Sacagawea and Native American One Dollar Coins. Image Courtesy of: The United States Mint, www.usmint.gov

This coin value and pricing guide is will give you an idea of how much your Sacagawea or Native American One Dollar Coins minted from 2000 to today are worth.  The table below provides average coin prices and values based upon the condition of the coin. 

Market Analysis

Sacagawea or Native American One Dollar Coins are still being minted by the United States Mint. From 2002 through 2008, the Sacajawea dollars were minted only for collectors.

In 2012 the Native American dollars were first minted. Unfortunately, they were only produced for collectors. Therefore, the mintage numbers in these years are lower. Nice uncirculated examples are widely available. 

Key Dates, Rarities, and Varieties

The following Sacagawea or Native American one dollar coins are worth considerably more than common coins that were made for collectors.  As such, these coins may be counterfeit or altered from common Sacagawea & Native American one Dollar coins.  Therefore, have the coin authenticated by a reputable coin dealer or third party grading service

Condition or Grade

    If your coin looks similar to the one illustrated in the link below and has no evidence of wear due to being in circulation, it is considered an uncirculated coin. Circulated coins carry no numismatic premium.

      Mint Marks

      Sacagawea or Native American one Dollar coins were produced at three different mints: Philadelphia (P), Denver (D) and San Francisco (S - Proof coins only).  As illustrated in the picture link below, the mint mark for the Sacajawea dollar (2000 to 2008) is located on the obverse just below the date.

      For the Native American dollar (2009 through today) the mint mark is located on the edge of the coin just after the date.

      Sacagawea & Native American One Dollar Coins Average Prices and Values

      The following table lists the buy price (what you can expect to pay to a coin dealer to purchase the coin) and sell value (what you can expect to get from a coin dealer if you sell the coin). The first column lists the date and mint mark followed by the buy price and the sell value for an average circulated Sacagawea or Native American One Dollar Coin.  The next two columns list the buy price and the sell value for an average uncirculated. These are approximate retail prices and wholesale values. The actual offer you receive from a particular coin dealer will vary depending on the actual grade of the coin and a number of other factors that determine its worth.

      Date & MintCirculated Uncirculated
      BuySell BuySell
      2000 PF.V.F.V. $1.50F.V.
      2000 P Cheerios *$1,000.00$750.00 $2,500.00$1,900.00
      2000 P Wounded Eagle *$100.00$75.00 $375.00$280.00
      2000 DF.V.F.V. $1.50F.V.
      2001 PF.V.F.V. $2.00$1.60
      2001 DF.V.F.V. $2.00$1.60
      2002 PF.V.F.V. $2.00$1.50
      2002 DF.V.F.V. $2.00$1.50
      2003 PF.V.F.V. $4.00$3.00
      2003 DF.V.F.V. $5.00$3.80
      2004 PF.V.F.V. $4.00$3.00
      2004 DF.V.F.V. $4.00$3.00
      2005 PF.V.F.V. $3.00$2.30
      2005 DF.V.F.V. $3.00$2.10
      2006 PF.V.F.V. $3.00$2.20
      2006 DF.V.F.V. $6.00$4.50
      2007 PF.V.F.V. $2.00$1.50
      2007 DF.V.F.V. $2.00$1.40
      2008 PF.V.F.V. $2.00$1.40
      2008 DF.V.F.V. $2.00$1.50
      Native American Dollar Series
      2009 PF.V.F.V. $1.50F.V.
      2009 DF.V.F.V. $2.00$1.50
      2010 PF.V.F.V. $2.00$1.40
      2010 DF.V.F.V. $2.00$1.50
      2011 PF.V.F.V. $2.00$1.50
      2011 DF.V.F.V. $2.00$1.40
      2012 PF.V.F.V. $2.00$1.40
      2012 DF.V.F.V. $2.00$1.40
      2013 PF.V.F.V. $2.00$1.40
      2013 DF.V.F.V. $2.00$1.40
      2014 PF.V.F.V. $2.00$1.40
      2014 DF.V.F.V. $2.00$1.40
      2015 PF.V.F.V. $2.00$1.40
      2015 DF.V.F.V. $2.00$1.40
      2016 PF.V.F.V. $2.00$1.40
      2016 DF.V.F.V. $2.00$1.40

      F.V. = Face Value
      *= See the section above "Key Dates, Rarities, and Varieties" for more information on these coins.

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