Today January 22, 2010, The United States Mint began sales of the 2010 Native American Dollar Rolls.
The theme for the 2010 Native American Dollar is “Government – The Great Tree of Peace.” The reverse of the coin features the Hiawatha Belt with five arrows bound together and the inscriptions “United States of America”, “Haudenosaunee”, “Great Law of Peace”, and “$1”. The obverse of the coin features a portrait of Sacagawea that was used on the prior series.
The rolls offered today contain 25 coins each and are available from either the Philadelphia or Denver Mint. The coins are packaged in a specially designed yellow and black US Mint branded wrapper that indicate the cotents, face value, and mint mark. The rolls are priced at $35.95 each with no household ordering limits.
These rolls are offered under their numismatic bags and rolls program, which sells specially packaged never circulated coins to collectors. The 2010 Native American Dollar had separately gone on sale January 4, 2010 under the US Mint’s Direct Ship Program. Under this program, quantities of 250 coins can be purchased at face value with no change for shipping, with the intention of intoducing the coins into circulation.