Get this 2021 set in the popular Native American series, honoring the Passamaquoddy Tribe. Traditionally living in Maine and western New Brunswick, the Passamaquoddy would relocate seasonally based upon where the game was most plentiful. The common reverse honors the tribe’s traditional method of spear fishing, which was important in their daily life. Each obverse depicts detailed images uniquely associated with Passamaquoddy daily life:
- 1¢ – a traditional headdress made of turkey feathers and glass beads
- 5¢ – single leaf from the traditional Mahgan (sugar maple) tree
- 10¢ – a story on birch bark, which was used in building and construction
- 25¢ – hunter fishing for porpoise, based on original artwork from the 1850s
- 50¢ – big game, like Elk and Caribou, were important to hunters
- $1 – Passamaquoddy Chief Selmore
Officially recognized as a sovereign nation by the U.S. government, the Jamul Tribe is legally authorized to issue its own commemorative coins, including this handsome Uncirculated six-coin set honoring the Passamaquoddy Tribe. Mintage is limited to 25,000. Affordably priced, it comes in a colorfully illustrated display card with a certificate of authenticity. Order today!