2020 Native American Jamul Arapaho Channel Catfish 1 oz .999 Silver $1 Proof

Sale price$64.99

Year: 2020

Mint Location:

Composition: Silver

Fineness: 0.999

Grade: Ungraded

Strike Type: Proof


This 2020 issue in the Jamul Nations popular silver dollar series, commemorating Native American tribes and indigenous animals from each of the 50 states, features Chief Pretty Nose, an Arapaho woman and fierce war chief who participated in the Battle of the Little Bighorn in 1876. The Arapaho were successful nomadic hunters who not only followed the buffalo herds, but also fished the fresh waters of the Great Plains. The reverse features the powerful channel catfish who lives in Nebraskas Platte River. Its whiskers, or barbels, help them locate food in dark water. Struck in 1 oz. of 99.9% pure silver to the highest Proof standards, each coin displays detailed, frosted images handsomely contrasting with brilliant mirrorlike backgrounds. The Jamul Tribe is officially recognized as a sovereign nation by the U.S. government and is authorized to issue its own commemorative coins. Coin only. No original mint packaging or certificate of authenticity


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