Get the latest $1 silver Proof in a Jamul Nation silver series featuring Native American weapons used for centuries in hunting and warfare. Struck in 1 oz. of 99.9% pure silver, the exquisitely detailed concave reverse depicts a member of the Comanche tribe on horseback with a traditional spear. The full-color convex obverse portrays a tribal war shield – made with buffalo neck skins hardened with glue extracted from buffalo hooves. The Comanche were skilled equestrians who used the spear for buffalo hunting and skirmishes with other tribes, and carried the war shield to deflect arrows and protect against enemy spears on horseback.
The Jamul tribe is recognized by the U.S. government as a sovereign nation and is authorized to issue its own commemorative coins. Only 1,500 of these Native American Weapons “domed” silver Proofs will be struck, and each encapsulated coin comes in a handsome display case with a certificate of authenticity. Order now to own this impressive tribute to the great Comanche horsemen of the southern plains.
- Year: 2018
- Material: Silver
- Presentation: With Case
- Product Type: Single Products