Starting sales for products with new Native American $1 Coins were the highest since the dollar series with annually changing reverses kicked off in 2009.
Many coin collectors have given this year’s design a thumbs up, which appears to be a supporting factor behind the improved numbers. Also, a preliminary production total of 3.64 million coins is the lowest in the series, making them scarcest and [...]
The United States Mint on Tuesday, April 23, released 2013 Native American $1 Coins in rolls, bags and boxes.
Native American dollar pricing and product offerings are set up this year in a similar fashion to the 2013 Presidential $1 Coins. There are eight offerings, all of the products contain circulation quality dollars, and [...]
Released today, September 6, was the 2012 Annual Uncirculated Dollar Coin Set from the United States Mint.
Containing six one dollar coins from three different U.S. Mint facilities, all legal tender but each having different designs, the distinctive annual set is back after a three-year hiatus. Sales began at 12:00 noon ET and started with a price of $54.95, which is [...]
The United States Mint is offering more options to get 2012 Native American $1 Coins. 100-coin bags of the dollars were released Monday, May 14, for $111.95 per bag.
2012 Native American $1 coins have actually been available from the U.S. Mint within $1 rolls and boxes since April 26. Last month the U.S. Mint started offering 25-coin rolls for $32.95 each, 250-coin boxes for $275.95 each, and 500-coin boxes for $550.95 each [...]
The United States Mint launched 2012 Native American $1 Coin rolls and boxes at noon Eastern Time on Thursday, April 26.
Each roll contains 25 of the dollar coins from either Philadelphia or Denver and is $32.95. That is a $7 savings over last year’s rolls which were $39.95 each. The rolls are wrapped in special Mint wrapping with the year, mint of origin, and face value [...]
The United States Mint has published the coin image for the reverse of the 2012 Native American $1 Coin. Until now, only a line art image of the design was available, and that was released back in November.
As mandated by law and since 2009, the reverse of the dollars have changed annually to feature a unique design celebrating important contributions by Indian tribes and Native Americans [...]
"Trade Routes in the 17th Century" is the new design theme for the 2012 Native American $1 coin, the United States Mint said today during an unveiling of the dollar design. The new coin is expected to be issued early next year and minted throughout 2012 to meet demand.
Native American $1s must feature annually changing reverse designs that contain "images celebrating the important contributions made by Indian tribes and individual Native Americans to the development of the United States and the history of the United States." The design requirement is mandated by the Native American $1 Coin Act (Public Law 110-82).
The 2012 design portrays a Native American and horse in the foreground with running horses in the background. Designed by [...]
The United States Mint on Monday placed its 2011 Native American Dollar Rolls on sale for a price of $39.95, plus shipping and handling.
Available are rolls filled with either Philadelphia or Denver minted coins. Each 25-coin roll is wrapped with specially designed paper with the year and mint of origin printed in black font [...]
The United States Mint this week announced that it would officially launch the 2011 Native American Dollar coin in a ceremony on January 12, 2011. The US Mint first revealed the new dollar coin design in late November.
The site selected for the 2001 launch is located at the Plimoth Plantation Henry Hornblower II Visitor Center in Plymouth, Massachusetts. The ceremony will be held at 10:30 AM ET [...]
The United States Mint on Friday pulled away the curtains and revealed next year’s 2011 Native American Dollar coin design.
The reverse design features a ceremonial passing of a peace pipe following the 1621 treaty between the Wampanoag tribe and European settlers at Plymouth Bay. The hands holding the peace pipe represents [...]