2023 Jamul Indian Coin Set - Pennacook



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This detailed 2023 six-coin set honors the Pennacook Nation. Its members once lived south from the St. Lawrence River in Canada to just over the line in present-day Massachusetts, and east from Vermont's Lake Champlain to Maine's Kennebec River. Enjoy coins that feature:

  • 1¢ pot – handcrafted container to carry water, food, trading goods
  • 5¢ snowshoes – made of ash wood and rawhide webbing
  • 10¢ wigwam – spherical shelter with entryway always facing east
  • 25¢ pouch – made circa 1650 of deer skin and porcupine quills on Indian Hill in present-day West Newbury, MA
  • 50¢ canoe – from dug-out logs, the Pennacook fished, either with spears or traps
  • $1 Chief Passaconaway – 17th century leader who consolidated the Merrimack River Valley tribes in southern New Hampshire and northeast Massachusetts
  • Common reverse features symbols from the Pennacook emblem

Officially recognized as a sovereign nation by the U.S. government, the Jamul Nation is legally authorized to issue commemorative coins. Each set is ready to display in a colorful, illustrated coin card. Great opportunity to start a collection or add to an existing one!