The 10th coin in the Native America the Beautiful Series is here and pays tribute to the Chickasaw tribe in Oklahoma! This important series reminds us of the lives and traditions of the countless Native Americans that also call this country home. The 13th largest federally recognized tribe in the US, the Chickasaw originally inhabited Southeastern states before moving to Oklahoma. Right now, 2022 1 oz Proof Native America the Beautiful Oklahoma Silver Coins are available to you for purchase online from JM Bullion.
- Delivered in a display case and a Certificate of Authenticity!
- All-new design in the Native America the Beautiful series!
- Consists of 1 Troy oz of .999 pure silver.
- Bears a face value of 1 Dollar backed by the Mesa Grande Sovereign Nation.
- The obverse field contains a Native American bridge design.
- On the reverse side, there is a bald eagle motif.
- Coins are not US legal tender.
- Proof specimen.
All 2022 1 oz Native America the Beautiful Oklahoma Silver Coins in this online JM Bullion listing will arrive in their original mint packaging. This consists of a presentation case and a Certificate of Authenticity from Native American Mint. These coins are considered proof strikes, which means their fields have a mirror-like quality and their devices a frosted appearance. Struck in .999 pure silver, they are also considered legal tender by the Mesa Grande Sovereign Nation.
On the obverse of these 2022 1 oz Proof Native America the Beautiful Oklahoma Coins we see a Native American bridge. This bridge is shown in response to the Lincoln Bridge, which was depicted in the ATB Chickasaw coin from 2011. The bridge is surrounded by forest and also has a gentle stream below it. Inscriptions on the obverse face read Chickasaw, 2022, Oklahoma, Chikashsha. Chikashsha is the English word for Chickasaw, which means “rebel.”
The reverse face of the 2022 Proof Native America the Beautiful Oklahoma Silver Coin features the official series emblem. This design consists of a bald eagle looking left and a Native American star pattern. It is featured on all coins in this series. There are also inscriptions reading Native America the Beautiful, 1 Ounce, One Dollar, .999 Ag.
Following the Indian Removal Act of 1830, the Chickasaw were forced to relocate from the southeast to territory in Oklahoma. This tragic event involved four additional tribes and is referred to as the Trail of Tears. Today, Chickasaw Nation is headquartered in Ada, Oklahoma, and has a population of 49,000.
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