2021 Jamul Indian Coin Set - Caddo


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Get the 2021 six-coin set in this popular Native American series that pays tribute to the Caddo Nation. Migrating west from the southern Mississippi River Valley, the Caddo became the most advanced Native American culture in the Plains of northern Texas and southern Oklahoma, with highly structured social, religious and political systems.

The common reverse design features a Caddo chief in a feathered headdress. Each obverse shows detailed images uniquely associated with the Caddo daily life:

  • 1¢ – pottery was made for daily and ritual use, by Caddo mothers who passed the tradition down to their daughters.
  • 5¢ – Caddo women made moccasins with elaborately beaded designs.
  • 10¢ – Dancing is an important part of Caddo rituals, including this celebration to the giver of life, the Sun.
  • 25¢ – Caddo warriors wore scalplocks anchored by either a porcupine or turkey hair headdress.
  • 50¢ – Bison were an important source of food, clothing and tools.
  • $1 – Chief Bar-Zin-Debar (Tall Man) in native dress, holding a pipe in 1898.

The Jamul Nation is officially recognized as a sovereign nation by the U.S. government and is legally authorized to issue its own commemorative coins, including this handsome set honoring the Caddo. It comes in a colorfully illustrated display card with a certificate of authenticity. Affordably priced – with a mintage limited to 25,000 – this offer is expected to go quickly. Order today!