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AMERICAN INDIAN NATION COINS

Claiming it is their right as sovereign nations, some American Indian tribes have issued their own coins.  The designs reflect tribal heritage, history and heroes.  Though they do not circulate, the coins have proved popular with collectors throughout the world.  Most of the silver coins included in the Standard Catalog of World Coins.

COINS ISSUED BY AMERICAN INDIAN TRIBES:

NEWCREEK NATION SILVER DOLLARS

Poarch Creek Nation 2004 - 2008 silver dollars
The Poarch Creek Indians are descendent of the original Creek Nation, which once covered almost all of Alabama and Georgia. Unlike many eastern Indian tribes, the Poarch Creeks were not removed from their tribal lands and have lived together for almost 200 years in and around their reservation in Poarch, Alabama. In 1984 the United States government officially recognized the tribe. They are the only federally recognized tribe in Alabama.  In 2004 the tribe authorized its first coins to commemorate the 20th anniversary of their recognition as a tribe by the United States government.  Two different 1 troy ounce .999 fine silver 40mm 1 dollar coins were struck for the tribe each year from 2004 to 2007.  Only 20,000 of each were struck in Brilliant Uncirculated condition. It is now difficult to find a complete set of these attractive coins.
Item CKR-04-PEACE CREEK 1 DOLLAR 2004 PEACE KM1 BU $45.00
Item CKR-04-DANCE CREEK 1 DOLLAR 2004 DANCER/CHIEFS KM2 BU $45.00
Item CKR-05-MEN CREEK 1 DOLLAR 2005 CHIEF MENAWA KM7 BU $45.00
Item CKR-05-TCOW CREEK 1 DOLLAR 2005 TCOW-EE-PUT-O-KAW KM8 BU $45.00
Item CKR-06-POW CREEK 1 DOLLAR 2006 POW-WOW/WARRIOR KM10 BU $45.00
Item CKR-06-TOM CREEK 1 DOLLAR 2006 CHIEF TOMOCHICHI KM11 BU $45.00
Item CKR-07-OPOT CREEK 1 DOLLAR 2007 CHIEF OPOTHLE YOHOLO KM13 BU $45.00
Item CKR-07-POW CREEK 1 DOLLAR 2007 POW-WOW/HORSEMAN BU $40.00
Item CKR-ALL ALL 8 OF THE ABOVE CREEK INDIAN SILVER DOLLARS BU $350.00


NEWSHAWNEE NATION SILVER DOLLARS 

Shawnee Nation silver dollars 2002 to 2010
From 2002 to 2011 The Sovereign Nation of the Shawnee Tribe annually issued a 1 troy ounce .999 fine 39mm silver 1 Dollar coin.  The 2002 issue featured Chief Tecumeseh.  The 2003 to 2005 issued featured Lewis and Clark's Expedition of Discovery.  The 2006 issue depicted Prophet Tenskwatawa.  The 2007 to 2011 issued featured important events in the tribe's history. Only 20,000 of each were struck in Brilliant Uncirculated condition.
Item SHAWN02 SHAWNEE 1 DOLLAR 2002 TECUMSEH KM1 BU $45.00
Item SHAWN03 SHAWNEE 1 DOLLAR 2003 LEWIS CLARK DROUILLARD KM3 BU $45.00
Item SHAWN04 SHAWNEE 1 DOLLAR 2004 EXPEDITION OF DISCOVERY KM5 BU $45.00
Item SHAWN05 SHAWNEE 1 DOLLAR 2005 EXPEDITION OF DISCOVERY KM15 BU $45.00
Item SHAWN06 SHAWNEE 1 DOLLAR 2006 PROPHET TENSKWATAWA KM20 BU $45.00
Item SHAWN07 SHAWNEE 1 DOLLAR 2007 BATTLE OF THE WABASH KM24 BU $45.00
Item SHAWN08 SHAWNEE 1 DOLLAR 2008 BATTLE OF PT. PLEASANT KM26 BU $40.00
Item SHAWN09 SHAWNEE 1 DOLLAR 2009 BATTLE OF FALLEN TIMBER KM28 BU $45.00
Item SHAWN10 SHAWNEE 1 DOLLAR 2010 THE TRAIL OF TEARS BU $45.00
Item SHAWN11 SHAWNEE 1 DOLLAR 2011 GREAT COMET OF 1811 KM30 BU $45.00
Item SHAWN-ALL ALL 10 OF THE ABOVE SHAWNEE SILVER DOLLARS BU $435.00


EWIIAAPAAYP BAND OF KUMEYAAY INDIANS

EWIIAAPAYYP INDIANS 6 COIN SET 1 CENT - 1 DOLLAR, 2014
The Ewiiaapaayp Band of Kumeyaay Indians (don't ask me to pronounce that) is a tribe with about six members that is located in south-eastern San Diego County in California.   Their large 4,102.5 acre (16.602 km2) main reservation is virtually uninhabitable due to its steep, rocky, dry terrain that lacks public utilities.  In 1986 the tribe was granted an additional 10 acres in the nearby town of Alpine which now houses a health clinic. The coins reflect aspects of tribal legends and culture.   The dollar depicts two rams butting head, the 50 cents features a mother wolf and her cubs. A bee approaching California Poppies is on the 25 cents.  A meteor shower over the mountains on the 10 cents. A woman carrying water is on the 5 cents. The 1 cent depicts ants.  The obverse of all the coins depict the leaning rock from which the tribes name was derived.
Item EWIIAAP EWIIAAPAYYP BAND 6 COIN SET 1 CENT - 1 DOLLAR, 2014 UNC. 15.00



COINS OF THE LA POSTA INDIANS

La Posta Indian tribe 6 coin set: 1 cent - 1 Dollar 201Common obverse on La Posta Indians coin set
The La Posta Band of Mission Indians released this 6 coin set dated 2013.  Included is the 1, 5, 10, 25, 50 Cents and 1 Dollar.  One side depicts an eagle in flight.  The other features cultural items associated with the Tribe.  The tribe is one of the smallest in the United States, with just 18 members living on a 3,556 acres (14.39 km2) reservation located about 10 miles (16km) north of the Mexican border in eastern San Diego County, California. 
Item POSTA LA POSTA INDIANS, 6 COIN SET 1 CENT – 1 DOLLAR, 2013 UNC. $15.00



COINS ISSUED FOR INDIAN TRIBES COINS Restocked

The Jamul Sovereign Nation, a small Indian tribe in Southern California issued the following coin sets for more well-known tribes.  Each set contains six coins: copper 1 cent, copper-nickel 5 cents,  copper-nickel 1 dime (10 cents), copper-nickel quarter dollar, copper-nickel half dollar and brass 1 dollar. The coins depict a tribal emblem on the obverse and various aspects of tribal culture on the reverse. Because of a distribution agreement the coins were sold primarily in Europe and are difficult to find in the United States.
Blackfoot Tribes 6 coin set 1 cent - 1 Dollar 2017, issued by Jamul Sovereign Nation
Item BLACKFOOT BLACKFOOT TRIBES 6 COIN SET 1 CENT - 1 DOLLAR 2017 UNC. $17.00

CrowTribes 6 coin set 1 cent - 1 Dollar 2017, issued by Jamul Sovereign Nation
Item CROW CROW TRIBES 6 COIN SET 1 CENT - 1 DOLLAR 2017 UNC. $17.00

EskimoTribes 6 coin set 1 cent - 1 Dollar 2015, issued by Jamul Sovereign Nation
Item ESKIMO ESKIMO TRIBES 6 COIN SET 1 CENT - 1 DOLLAR 2015 UNC. $15.00

Iroquois Tribes 6 coin set 1 cent - 1 Dollar 2014, issued by Jamul Sovereign Nation
Item IROQUOIS IROQUOIS TRIBES 6 COIN SET CENT - 1 DOLLAR 2016 UNC. $17.00


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COINS DEPICTING NORTH AMERICAN INDIANS


INDIANS FEATURED ON LOW MINTAGE STATE 20 DOLLAR COINS

Arizona 20 Dollars 2020 coin depicting American IndiansDakota 20 Dollars 2020 coin depicting American IndiansDelaware 20 Dollars 2020 coin depicting American IndiansWyoming 20 Dollars 2020 coin depicting American Indians
Unofficial odd-shaped state 20 Dollar coins featuring American Indians were recently minted by a Russian coin dealer.  The attractive and artistic silver-plated coins have a mintage of only 160 pieces each.   Each coin depicts Native Americans from tribes of that state.  The six-sided 39mm Arizona coin depicts an Elk on  the obverse and Navaho dancer on the reverse.  The Dakota issue is a five-sided, 36mm coin depicting a standing Dakota Indian with a deer in the background.  The obverse depicts the American Eagle emblem from the flag of North Dakota.  The Delaware issue depicts two Indians armed with rifles and a war club on one side and the Delaware coat of arms on the other.  The eight-sided coin is 40mm. The eight-sided 40mm Wyoming coin depicts the state seal on the obverse and two Indians and their horses on the reverse.   All four coins are dated 2020.  The silver-plated Proof coins have a mintage of only 160 pieces each.
Item AZ-20D ARIZONA 20 DOLLARS 2020 PROOF $22.00
Item DAKOTA-20D DAKOTA 20 DOLLARS 2020 PROOF $22.00
Item DE-20D DELAWARE 20 DOLLARS 2020 PROOF $22.00
Item WY-20D WYOMING 20 DOLLARS 2020 PROOF $22.00


NEWPIEGAN BLACKFOOT INDIAN ON MONTANA COIN

Montana 20 Dollar 2020 coin depicts Piegan Blackfoot Indian hunting buffaloA dramatic image of a Piegan Indian hunting buffalo is featured on this unofficial Montana 20 Dollar coin.  The hunter wears a buffalo head dress in order to blend in with the heard is shooting an arrow while holding another arrow in his mouth.  The traditional Piegan homelands were divided between the United States and Canada. Those on the United States side became part of the Blackfoot Nation and settled on the Blackfoot reservation in Montana.  Those on the Canadian side became part of the Piikani Nation in Alberta.  The odd-shaped 2020 dated coin features a star and the Montana coat of arms on the obverse.  The silver-plated Proof coin is 40mm x 30mm and  has a mintage of only 160 pieces.
Item MONTANA MONTANA 20 DOLLARS 2020 PROOF $19.95


NEWQUEBEC COIN FEATURES HURON INDIANS

Quebec 20 Dollars 2020 coin depicts Huron IndianThis unofficial 2020 dated 20 Dollar coin of Quebec features two men from the Huron tribe holding rifles. The obverse depicts the arms of Quebec. The Hurons originated around the north shore of Lake Ontario.  In the 17th century the tribe was decimated by infectious diseases carried by Europeans and disbursed by a war with the Iroquois. Today the Huron are known as Wyandot with recognized tribal nations based in Quebec and Wyandotte, Oklahoma and unrecognized tribes in Kansas and Michigan.  The eight-sided 40mm silver-plated Proof coin has a mintage of only 160 pieces
Item QUEBEC20 QUEBEC 20 DOLLARS 2020 PROOF $19.95

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