This article presents photos of a 2019 Native American $1 Coin and Currency Set with its enhanced uncirculated 2019 Native American $1 Coin and its Series 2017 $1 Federal Reserve note bearing a "1959" beginning serial number.
The 50,000 limited-edition product by the United States Mint and the Bureau of Engraving and Printing went on sale Wednesday, July 24, for $15.95.
21,761 sets sold in the first day when orders were limited to two sets per household.
Native American $1 Coins feature annually changing reverses. This year’s reverse highlights the contributions of Native Americans to the U.S. Space Program, depicting engineer Mary Golda Ross working on aerospace calculations with an Atlas-Agena rocket in the background and an astronaut spacewalking above. Emily Damstra created the design and Joseph Menna sculpted it.
Since the series start in 2009, all Native American $1 Coins have shared Glenna Goodacre’s depiction of Sacagawea carrying her infant son, Jean Baptiste.
Edges of the dollars have also been constant, showing their year of minting, a mint mark, and E PLURIBUS UNUM.
Every set’s note has a "1959" beginning serial number which correspond to the launch year of the Agena spacecraft that is depicted on the companion coin.
Below are four more photos showing reverses of 2019-P Enhanced Uncirculated Native American $1 Coins.
Finally, below are two more photos that show obverses of 2019-P Enhanced Uncirculated Native American $1 Coins.
The U.S. Mint’s product page for the set is located here.
This article was edited to include the set’s first-day sales.