Get the latest $1 silver Proof in the dynamic “domed” series that depicts Native American weapons used in hunting and warfare. Struck in 1 oz. of 99.9% pure silver, the engraved concave reverse features the dramatic image of a member of the Cheyenne Tribe holding a war club made from a young tree. Smooth stone was used for the club head and rawhide coverings were used to hold the weapon together. As a weapon, it worked well on the ground and on horseback.
The full-color convex obverse shows a tribal war shield. The Jamul Tribe is recognized by the U.S. government as a sovereign nation and is authorized to issue its own commemorative coins. Only 1,500 of these Native American Weapons silver Proofs are struck, and each encapsulated coin comes with a handsome display case with a certificate of authenticity. Order now to own this impressive tribute to the Cheyenne Tribe.