The 2007 John Adams dollar obverse
Designer Joel Iskowitz created the coin obverse based on Charles L. Vickers' sculpture. These highly collectible coins show the centrally positioned second President of the US, while a note about his serving period is at the bottom rim.
The 2007 John Adams dollar reverse
Like the other 39 coins from the series, this one has the reverse designer by engraver Don Everhart. This artist chose the Statue of Liberty, holding a torch in her right hand, as a universal symbol of the new nation.
The 2008 John Adams dollar is a $1 round coin made of copper alloy with lettering on the edge. Its thickness is precisely 0.08 inches (2 mm), while its diameter is 1.04 inches (26.49 mm). Each piece weighs 0.28572 ounces (8.1 g).
2007 John Adams Dollar Value Guide
The total number of 2007 John Adams dollars was 228,525,989, produced in three mints. Two large mints produced almost the same amount of these coins from regular strikes, while the one in San Francisco minted only proofs.