Coin and Paper Money Collecting/sacagewea coins


I have 2 Sacagewea coins that do not have dates or mint marks on them. On the back of one is the wampum belt of the Iroquois Nation and the word Haudenosaunee. The wampum is draped over 5 arrows. the 2nd coin on the back has 2 hand holding a peace treaty and says Wampangag Treaty 1621. Are they of much value? These coins are in very good condition.

Hi Fred,

Just like the Presidential Dollars, these Native American coins have the date & mintmark on the edge of the coin.

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If your coins do not have the lettered edge, then you have a rare and valuable mint error.

I hope this helps,


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