Get the new Uncirculated 2013 tribal coin set from the La Posta Band of Mission Indians in San Diego County, California. Officially recognized as a sovereign nation by the U.S. government, the tribe is legally authorized to produce its own commemorative coins. The 6 different issues in denominations from one cent to one dollar feature revered tribal images against brilliant background surfaces.
Traditional rock painting is portrayed on the 1¢ coin, while human hands on the 5¢ coin represent tribal arts and crafts. The 10¢ coin honors basketry for which the La Posta are famous, and the 25¢ piece depicts a crow whose feathers have numerous uses. The 50¢ coin shows a La Posta with a traditional tribal headpiece, and the $1 coin displays a snake - worshipped by the La Posta for strength and spirituality. The common obverse depicts a soaring eagle and famous rock constellation on the La Posta Reservation. Get the 6-coin set in its colorful, informative presentation card!
- Product Type: Sets
- Year: 2013