2010 Sacagawea Dollar Error Missing Edge Lettering PCGS MS66 Signed Moy

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2010 Sacagawea Dollar Error Missing Edge Lettering PCGS MS66 Signed Moy

2010 Sacagawea Dollar Error Missing Edge Lettering PCGS MS66 Signed Moy
2010 NATIVE AMERICAN DOLLAR WITH EDGE ERROR. MISSING EDGE LETTERING PCGS MS66. Signed by Edmund C. Moy – 38th Director U. The Sacagawea Dollar is known to have certain varieties/errors that are part of a Sacagawea collection. This coin is one of those errors that completes a Sacagawea set. The coin pictured is the coin you will receive. About Sacagawea and Native American Dollars. This time, they were given. A golden hue and plain edges to distinguish them from similarly-sized Quarters. Native American Dollars (2009 to date) share the same obverse of Sacagawea. But the reverse will. Change annually to celebrate Native American contributions. Most of the coins in the Sacagawea/Native American coin series were NOT released into general circulation and therefore mintage’s are quite modest. The “Native American” reverses for the coins were implemented in 2009 and each year features a different theme. Below is a listing of those themes. 2009 (P, D & S) – Three Sisters Agriculture. Coin commemorates the spread of Three Sisters Agriculture around 1000 A D and features a Native American woman planting seeds in a field populated with corn, beans and squash. (P, D & S). Great Law of Peace (HAUDENOSAUNEE). Coin commemorates the Great Tree of Peace and the Iroquois Confederacy of the early 1400s, and features an image of the Hiawatha Belt with five arrows bound together and the additional inscription HAUDENOSAUNEE and GREAT LAW OF PEACE. 2011 (P, D & S) – Wampanoag Treaty 1621. Coin commemorates the Great Wampanoag Nation and the creation of an alliance with settlers at Plymouth Bay in 1621 and features the hands of the Supreme Sachem Ousamequin Massasoit and Governor John Carver, symbolically offering a ceremonial peace pipe after the initiation of the first formal written peace alliance between the Wampanoag tribe and the European settlers. The additional inscription is WAMPANOAG TREATY 1621. 2012 (P, D & S) – Trade Route. Coin commemorates the Trade Routes that helped spread the horse in 17th Century America, and features a Native American horse in profile with horses running in the background. 2013 (P, D & S) – Treaty With the Delawares 1778. Coin commemorates the Treaty with the Delawares and features a turkey, howling wolf and turtle all symbols of the clans. Delaware Tribe, and a ring of thirteen stars to represent the Colonies. The additional inscription are TREATY WITH THE DELAWARES and 1778. 2014 (P, D & S) – Native Hospitality. Coin commemorates how Native American hospitality ensures the success of the Lewis and Clark Expedition. Its reverse design depicts a Native American man offering a pipe while his wife offers provisions of fish, corn, roots and gourds. In the background is a stylized image of the face of William Clark’s compass highlighting “NW, ” the area in which the expedition occurred. 2015 (P, D & S) – Mohawk Iron Workers. Coin commemorates the contribution of the Kahnawake Mohawk and Mohawk Akwesasne communities to “high iron” construction work and the building of New York City skyscrapers and bridges. 2016 (P, D & S) – Code Talkers. The reverse of this coin features two helmets and inscriptions for WWI and WWII with two feathers forming a “V” to symbolize victory, unity and the importance of the code talkers program. 2017 (P, D & S) – Sequoyah. The reverse of this coin commemorates the contributions of Sequoyah, inventor of the Cherokee Syllabary. 2018 (P, D & S) – Jim Thorpe. This year’s coin recognizes the accomplishments of Olympian and multi- talented athlete Jim Thorpe. The reverse of this coin depicts Thorpe, with the foreground elements highlighting his football and Olympic achievements. 2019 (P, D & S) – US Space Program. American Indians have been on the modern frontier of space flight since its infancy. American Indian contributions to the U. Space Program culminated in the three spacewalks of John Herrington (Chickasaw) on the International Space Station in 2002. These and other pioneering achievements date back to the work of Mary Golda Ross (Cherokee), one of the first female American Indian engineers. She helped develop the Agena spacecraft for the Gemini and Apollo Programs. The reverse design features Mary Golda Ross writing calculations. Behind her, an Atlas-Agena rocket launches into space, with an equation inscribed in its cloud. An astronaut, symbolic of Native American astronauts, including Herrington spacewalks above. In the field behind, a group of stars indicates outer space. The first anti-discrimination law in the United States, prohibiting discrimination in access to public accommodations, was passed in the Alaskan territorial government in 1945. Elizabeth Peratrovich (Tlingit nation), through her advocacy for Alaskan Natives with her husband Roy and an impassioned speech in the Alaskan Senate in support of the law, is widely credited with getting it passed. 2020 marks the 75th anniversary of Elizabeth Peratrovichs famous testimony in support of the nations first anti-discrimination law. We always take great pride in wrapping your items. We treat our customers with the up most respect. We try to take the best pictures to represent and item. Thank you for shopping with Sacagawea Dollar Store! We greatly appreciate your feedback! The item “2010 Sacagawea Dollar Error Missing Edge Lettering PCGS MS66 Signed Moy” is in sale since Monday, September 28, 2020. This item is in the category “Coins & Paper Money\Coins\ US\Dollars\Native American (2000-Now)”. The seller is “oly0088″ and is located in Winston-Salem, North Carolina. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Country/Region of Manufacture: United States
  • Coin: Native American
  • Certification: PCGS
  • Strike Type: Business
  • Grade: MS 66
  • Year: 2010
  • Circulated/Uncirculated: Uncirculated
  • Denomination: $1

2010 Sacagawea Dollar Error Missing Edge Lettering PCGS MS66 Signed Moy