What is a 1797 gold George Washington coin worth?

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If it has the same picture on both sides, it's a token handed out years ago as part of an advertising promotion. Millions were made and there's very little collector interest in them. More likely, it has a picture of the Statue of Liberty on the back and the denomination $1.
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It's brass and not gold. If it has the same picture on both sides, it's a token handed out years ago as part of an advertising promotion. Millions were made and there's very little
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According to the Fun Times Guide, your coin is worth about
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Hello, Wendy the $1 George Washington coin is of golden color but it is not made of any gold. It is mostly made up of copper. You can check this out at the U.S. Mint's website:
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It is rare in the sense that it is a Presidential Dollar Coin and was made as an honor to a president. It is a coin that is not made for public consumption.
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