2021 Jamul Indian Coin Set - Wyandot Tribe


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Order now to own this 2021 Uncirculated 6-coin set honoring the Wyandot Tribe! These farmers were originally known as the "Wendat," meaning "islanders" or "dwellers on a peninsula." The common reverse features a snapping turtle. Each obverse depicts a detailed image associated with Wyandot daily life:

  • 1¢ moccasin – traditional Wyandot footwear
  • 5¢ beaver – used for fur and trade
  • 10¢ Long House – a Wyandot home
  • 25¢ woman – wearing traditional Wyandot clothing
  • 50¢ Three Chiefs – 3 chiefs from the Huron reservation
  • $1 Chief – shows Chief Tarhe of the Porcupine Clan

This set is issued by the Jamul Tribe which is officially recognized as a sovereign nation by the U.S. government and is legally authorized to issue its own commemorative coins. The set comes in a colorfully illustrated display card with a certificate of authenticity. Features a limited mintage of just 25,000 – order today!