2010 D Mint Sacagawea Native American Golden Dollar Uncirculated Coin

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New, Uncirculated 2010 D Sacagawea Native American Dollar Coin. You will receive one uncirculated dollar from Denver Mint. This coin is brilliant and uncirculated. It is mounted in a 2X2 cardboard mylar holder. Not proof coin. Uncirculated coins may vary to some degree because of blemishes, toning or slight imperfections.Bonus: If you make more than one purchase in the same order you will receive a one-dollar bonus in your package. Ex. 3 purchases in same order = .00 bonus.
The theme for the 2010 Native American Coin is “Government-The Great Tree of Peace.” Its reverse design features an image of the Hiawatha Belt with 5 arrows bound together, along with the inscriptions UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, , HAUDENOSAUNEE and GREAT LAW OF PEACE. The Haudenosaunee Confederation, also known as the Iroquois Confederacy of upstate New York, was remarkable for being founded by 2 historic figures, the Peacemaker and his Onondaga spokesman, Hiawatha, who spent years preaching the need for a league. The Peacemaker sealed the treaty by symbolically burying weapons at the foot of a Great White Pine, or Great Tree of Peace, whose 5-needle clusters stood for the original 5 nations: Mohawk, Oneida, Onondaga, Cayuga and Seneca.

The Hiawatha Belt is a visual record of the creation of the Haudenosaunee dating back to the early 1400s, with 5 symbols representing the 5 original Nations. The Haudenosaunee symbol, the Great White Pine, is the central figure on the belt, also representing the Onondaga Nation. The four square symbols on the belt represent the Mohawk, Oneida, Cayuga and Seneca nations. The bundle of 5 arrows symbolizes strength in unity for the Iroquois Confederacy.

Northern European settlers from France, England and the Netherlands interacted with the Haudenosaunee as a separate diplomatic power.Coin in Cardboarl Holder 2X2