Get the 2021 six-coin set in the popular Native American series that pays tribute to the Peoria Nation of Oklahoma. Once part of the Illinois Confederation, they descend from those indigenous people who created the 3,000-year-old mound civilizations in the Mississippi and Ohio Rivers region. The common reverse features the Peoria emblem whose four arrows represent the four tribes that make up the Peoria Nation. Each coin’s obverse depicts a detail from Peoria history:
- 1¢ – arrowhead used for hunting and in battle
- 5¢ – beaded moccasin, circa 1860
- 10¢ – wild turkeys were part of the Peoria diet
- 25¢ – Indigenous peoples of the Great Lakes/Mississippi River Valley meet French missionary Père Marquette
- 50¢ – Peoria warrior portrait painted in 1796
- $1 – Chief Pah-mee-ców-ee-tah “Man Who Tracks”
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 Peoria. It comes in a colorfully illustrated display card with a certificate of authenticity. Affordably priced – and with a mintage limited to 25,000 – this offer is expected to go quickly. Order today!