Get the first new Uncirculated 2018 P&D Innovation dollars in an attractive, fact-filled display card from Littleton! These Washington's Signature dollars feature the first president's signature as it appeared on the first U.S. patent – issued in 1790 to Samuel Hopkins for his new process of making concentrated potash. Created from hardwood ashes in early America, potash was a key ingredient of fertilizer for fruits and vegetables, was essential to the textile industry for bleaching linens and making soft soap to wash wool before weaving, and was used to make glass and china. You'll learn fascinating facts about this first design with our informative display card containing Uncirculated Philadelphia "P" and Denver "D" mint coins. Order your set today!
- Year: 2018
- Mint: Philadelphia, Denver
- Product Type: Sets
- Presentation: With Holder
- U.S. Innovation Dollar Series: Washington's Signature (2018)