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1 Dollar Sacagawea Three Sisters 2009

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Depth 2
Weight 8,1
Diameter (mm) 26,5
Mintage 340360
Material a manganese-copper plated brass
Edge of the coin (milling) with an inscription
Series Presidents
Country USA
Release date 2009
Quality UNC

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1 Dollar Sacagawea (The Indian), The Three Sisters. 2009

Indian-growing three sisters: pumpkin, corn and beans.

Avers: portrait holding Sakagavei child, a girl from the Shoshone tribe that helped Lewis and Clark expedition. Above the inscription: Liberty (Liberty), left an inscription: In God We Trust (We believe in God), to the right: the year of issue and the mint mark.

The reverse: the image of a woman from an Indian tribe, which sows the seeds of the Three Sisters (so called in America three main crops - squash, corn and beans winding). Above the inscription: United States of America (United States).

Edge: Smooth with inscription (* In God We Trust * E Pluribus Unum * year of issue and the stamp of the Mint).

Release Date: 2009