This collection honors Native American heritage with classic coins and a genuine Non Relic arrowhead.
The Indian Head Penny was one of the first U.S. coins to feature a Native American image. It depicts Liberty wearing a Native American headdress. Indian Head Pennies disappeared from circulation over a century ago. The one-year-only 2010 Native American Dollar features the Hiawatha Belt (a symbol of Native American peace and democracy) as well as five arrows tipped with traditional arrowheads (which represent unity). The obverse depicts Sacagawea, the first identifiable Native American shown on a circulating U.S. coin. Together, the two coins symbolize Native American history and heritage … but the highlight to the collection is the arrowhead.
The arrowhead is made of hand chipped stone. It is classified as “non-relic,” so it is legal to own.