2001 Buffalo Coin and Currency Set
2001 US MINT COMMEMORATIVE AMERICAN BUFFALO COIN AND CURRENCY SET
The US Mint proudly offers the American Buffalo Coin and Currency Set, a significant keepsake reflecting America’s human and natural history and the important role of indigenous people in the Nation’s development.
The presentation folder banner page features an uncirculated 2001 American Buffalo Commemorative Silver Dollar, the obverse being a portrayal of Chief Iron Tail, the reverse a profile of an American Bison. Accompanying it are two mint -condition postage stamps, a 1987 10-cent Red Cloud and a 2001 21-cent Bison stamp. Beneath is a replica of the Series 1899 $5 Indian Chief Silver Certificate, featuring Chief Running Antelope. This silver certificate was in circulation from 1899 until 1923. The side fold contains a fascinating history of money and barter, the back cover a beautiful rendition of Indians Hunting the Bison. The American Buffalo Coin and Currency Set comes complete with a pamphlet celebrating commemorative coinage, the American Buffalo in history and legend, and Native American peoples and their recognition in coinage and stamps.
This distinct US Mint set is a “must have.” It is historical. It is complete. It is impressive.
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