Sacagawea 2000 P Dollar Weight
Hello members, it was suggested I move a discussion and question from another thread, thus I start a new thread and provide images (that could be better I know) but I hope it will trigger a further response, because something isn't quite right with two of my three Sacagawea 2000 P Dollar coins. I have two that weigh 7.9 grams those showing gold colour and one that weighs 8.1 grams a dull green/brown colour. I initially thought the dull coin shown on it's own was a trial piece and weighing 8.1g mainly due to the colour. In an attempt to determine what I had, I purchased two more coins, each from a different source as per the other image and they weigh 7.9 grams on pocket digital scales, the weight tried many times and it comes back the same for all three of the coins so it's not an average weight. If anything I would have thought the dull coin would be lighter, but it's not it's actually the correct weight. One of the other two coins came from the USA in a sealed cello packet, the other a raw coin posted as seen. Now bearing in mind the weight should be 8.1 grams what is your opinion regarding any of them and why are the two comparatively coins lighter than the well circulated coin? The target weight for these coins is 8.1 grams, with a tolerance +/- of less than half a gram according to NGC. Could they be Mint errors, counterfeits what is your opinion? Thank you in anticipation and hoping the images load okay.