The Native American Mint's first 1 oz Silver bullion coin features the Sioux Indian. This coin is authorized by the Oglala Sioux Tribe, which is the largest of the Sioux nations and is located at Pine Ridge.
These coins reflect the sovereign status of Native American tribes and are instrumental in honoring tribal history and culture spanning centuries. Adding to their collectibility is the fact that they are the only American, non-U.S. government coins available in the marketplace.
- Contains 1 oz of .999 fine Silver.
- Multiples of 20 come in plastic tubes. Multiples of 500 come packaged in boxes. Individual coins come in protective plastic flips.
- Obverse: Depiction of a typical war chief from the 1860s when fighting was rife between the Sioux and the U.S. military. Around the rim is "Sioux", "Sovereign Nation", the weight and purity and 2015.
- Reverse: The Sioux Buffalo, which was an intricate part of Sioux life as the tribe often followed the buffalo to ensure sustenance.
- These are non-circulating, legally authorized coins by a federally recognized sovereign nation, but are not legal tender.
- Royalties from the sale of these coins assist Native American charities, counter severe poverty and raise tribal awareness.
Beautifully display your Sioux Indian coin by adding an attractive presentation box to your order.
The designs on these Silver coins represent the history and culture of Native American tribes, and the royalties aid in their continued existence as federally recognized tribes. Add this unique piece of Native American culture to your cart today!
Indigenous Native American tribes have tribal sovereignty in the United States, giving them the authority to govern themselves within the borders of the United States. These tribes are considered "domestic dependent nations," which is a form of parallel sovereignty within the U.S. constitutional framework.
This coin is an official commercial item that represents the tribe, but there is no legal face value, as tribes are not allowed to create their own currencies. This ability is reserved for the federal government.