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United States Mint Introduces 2010 Native American $1 Coin In New York City

 

 

Coin to be Launched at National Museum of American Indian George Gustav Heye Center

WASHINGTON,  -- The United States Mint will launch the 2010 Native American $1Coin in New York City on Monday, Jan. 25, 2010, at 10:30 a.m. Eastern Time (ET).  United States Mint Director Ed Moy will join John Haworth, Director of the National Museum of the American Indian George Gustav Heye Center, to introduce the coin.  The event is open to the news media and the public.  

WHAT:  Introduction of the 2010 Native American $1 Coin and Coin Exchange

WHO:  United States Mint Director Ed Moy

National Museum of the American Indian George Gustav Heye Center Director John Haworth

Oneida Nation Representative Ray Halbritter

WHEN:  Monday, Jan. 25, 2010, 10:30 a.m. ET

WHERE:  National Museum of the American Indian George Gustav Heye Center

Diker Pavilion, Alexander Hamilton U.S. Customs House

One Bowling Green

New York, NY 10004

Authorized by Public Law 110-82, the United States Mint is minting and issuing $1 coins featuring reverse (tails side) designs that celebrate the important contributions made by Indian tribes and individual Native Americans to the history and development of the United States.  The designs will rotate each year.  The reverse design for the 2010 Native American $1Coin is based on the theme "Government—the Great Tree of Peace," recognizing the Native American ideals of equality and democratic self-government that influence Western political concepts.  The design depicts the Hiawatha Belt with five arrows bound together, along with the inscriptions UNITED STATES OF AMERICA$1HAUDENOSAUNEE and GREAT LAW OF PEACE.  It was designed by United States Mint Artistic Infusion Program Master Designer Thomas Cleveland and executed by Sculptor-Engraver Charles L. Vickers.  

The coin's obverse (heads side) continues to feature Glenna Goodacre's "Sacagawea" design, first produced in 2000, and the inscriptions LIBERTY and IN GOD WE TRUST.  Like the Presidential $1 Coins, the Native American $1 Coins maintain their distinctive edge and golden color, and feature edge-lettering of the year, mint mark and E PLURIBUS UNUM.

To view and download digital renderings of the 2010 Native American $1 Coin, go to:

http://www.usmint.gov/pressroom/index.cfm?action=photo#2010NativeAmericanCoin.

Immediately following the event, members of the public may exchange their paper currency for newly minted 2010 Native American $1 Coins.  Children 18 years old and younger will receive a free 2010 Native American $1 Coin.

 

SOURCE United States Mint

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http://www.usmint.gov



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