2007-P Sacagawea Dollar. Satin Finish. Specimen-69 (PCGS). A virtually perfect example with a fine grain satin finish and bright pale gold color on both sides. The 2007-P is the penultimate Philadelphia Mint issue in the short lived Sacagawea dollar series introduced in 2000. From 2005 to 2008 the Sacagawea dollars issued as part of yearly Mint sets display a satin finish that numismatic researchers David W. Lange describes as "similar to that on modern commemoratives that the U.S. Mint markets as Uncirculated" (quoted in Q. David Bowers, <em>A Guide Book of Modern United States Dollar Coins</em>, 2016). PCGS certifies these as specimen strikes, as here, while NGC refers to them as special mint set (SMS) coins.