U.S. mint coin sets from 2000 to 2009 include a wide variety of really cool coins. Here’s a look at the coins in U.S. Mint uncirculated coin sets from the 2000s and how much these sets are worth today.
Native American Coins
The Native American Dollar Coin Program began in 2009 and sparked a lot of interest in American Indians on coins. In fact, Native Americans and Native American culture have long been honored on U.S. coins. See a list of American Indians featured on U.S. coins and all Native American coins currently in circulation -- including Indian Head pennies, Buffalo nickels, Sacagawea dollars, and a number of other commemorative coins. See also Indian Head pennies and Buffalo nickels, and Sacagawea dollars
There are 28 uncirculated coins in the 2011 United States Mint coin set.
The 2009 uncirculated coin set is big! 36 come in the 2009 uncirculated set. But along with a bigger set also comes a bigger price. Here’s complete info about the 2009 Uncirculated U.S. Coin Set from the U.S. Mint.
The U.S. Mint has long been issuing coins that commemorate Native Americans. From the Indian Head penny to the Buffalo nickel, the Sacagawea dollar and the Jamestown silver dollar — there are numerous coins featuring American Indians.
Coin edge lettering has been around for years, but the Presidential dollar coins and Native American coins in 2007 brought edge lettering on coins back into the forefront. Here’s everything you want to know about edge lettering on U.S. coins.
Native American coins have formed an integral part of America’s circulating currency since 1859. Here’s more about Indian Head pennies, Buffalo nickels, and U.S. dollar coins which feature Native Americans.
The U.S. Mint releases the first Native American dollar coin in the series on January 2, 2009. The Native American dollar coin is a regularly circulating dollar coin that is drawing some attention among commemorative coin collectors.