Native American Dollar Site Map

  • Image Gallery
    The large sized images below present the obverse and reverse designs of the Native American Dollar. The coin has been issued each year since 2009 and features a different reverse design each year paired with a constant obverse design.

  • Store Pages
  • 2009 Certified Coins
    The 2009 Native American Dollar was the first year of issue for the new series. It highlighted contributions related to agriculture with a depiction of the "three sisters" method of planting.
  • 2009 Rolls
  • 2010 Certified Coins
    The 2010 Native American Dollar featured an image of the Hiawatha Belt. This was a representation of the Haudenosaunee or Iroquois Confederacy. The belt contains five symbols and encircles five arrows to represent the Onondaga, Mohawk, Oneida, Cayuga, a
  • 2010 Rolls
  • 2011 Certified Coins
    The 2011 Native American Dollar carried the theme of treaties with tribal nations. The design specifically portrayed a symbolic image to represent the treaty between the Wampanoag and European Settlers reached in 1621.
  • 2011 Rolls
  • 2012 Certified Coins
    The 2012 Native American Dollar continued the golden dollar series honoring the accomplishments and contributions of Native Americans. This year's design represented the spread of the horse culture.
  • 2012 Rolls
  • 2013 Certified Coins
    The 2013 Native American Dollar marked the fifth annual release for the new series of golden dollars celebrating the contributions and accomplishments of Native Americans. The design represented the 1778 Treaty of the Delawares, the first treaty between a
  • 2013 Rolls
  • 2014 Certified Coins
    The 2014 Native American Dollar represented the sixth release within the ongoing series. The reverse design paid tribute to native hospitality which ensured the success of the Lewis and Clark expedition.
  • 2014 Rolls
  • 2015 Certified Coins
    Representing the seventh release within the series, the 2015 Native American Dollar paid tribute to the Mohawk Ironworkers who worked to build prominent landmarks in New York City and other skylines.
  • 2015 Rolls
  • 2016 Certified Coins
    The 2016 Native American Dollar was issued to honor the role that Native American Code Talkers played during World War I and World War II. The reverse design features two helmets and two feathers that form a "V" symbolizing victory.
  • 2016 Rolls
    Find a selection of 2016 Native American Dollar Rolls available for sale below. This includes circulating quality coins struck at the Philadelphia or Denver Mints.
  • 2017 Certified Coins
    The 2017 Native American Dollar commemorates the contributions of Sequoyah, inventor of the Cherokee Syllabary. The reverse design features an image of Sequoyah writing "Sequoyah from Cherokee Nation" in Syllabary.
  • 2017 Rolls
    Find a selection of 2017 Native American Dollar Rolls available for sale below. This includes circulating quality coins struck at the Philadelphia or Denver Mints.