1 Dollar KM207 United States
|KM#||207||Dates||1979||Notes||Susan B. Anthony Dollar|
Women's suffrage campaigner Susan B. Anthony in right-facing profile with hair tied up tightly in a large bun, and wearing a shirt with a scalloped collar, fastened in the front with a large, smooth, round brooch. Above her is written "LIBERTY" and below her is written the year. Between these two words are thirteen stars, seven on the left and six on the right. The six stars on the right are dissected by the words "IN GOD WE TRUST" written in small lettering, two words to each line. The entire design is surrounded by a hendecagon (11-sided equilateral shape) at the edge.
An eagle in three-quarter profile swooping down in flight from right to left over the surface of the moon, an olive branch clutched in its talons. Behind the eagle to the top left can be seen the Earth as viewed from the moon. Above the eagle in small lettering is written "E-PLURIBUS-UNUM-", with UNUM on its own line.Around this insignia is a circle of thirteen stars which start and end at the moon's surface. Above the circle of stars is written "UNITED STATES OF AMERICA" and at the bottom of the coin is written, in slightly larger lettering, "ONE DOLLAR". The entire design is surrounded by a hendecagon-shaped edge.