In 2009 the US Mint re-named the "Sacagawea Golden Dollar program" the "Native American Golden Dollar program."
The U.S. Mint began designing a series of Sacagawea dollars with modified reverses to further commemorate "Native Americans and the important contributions made by Indian tribes and individual Native Americans to the development of the United States and the history of the United States.
A New Design Each Year!
The 2013 golden dollar commemorates the Delaware Treaty of 1778. Its reverse design features a turkey, howling wolf and turtle (all symbols of the clans of the Delaware Tribe), and a ring of 13 stars to represent the Colonies. The obverse of the coin still shows Sacagawea and her Child.
1st Time Edge Lettering
Starting in 2009 the Native American $1 Coins, like the Presidential $1 Coins, display the year, mint mark and the inscription E PLURIBUS UNUM on the coin's distinctive edge.
Not released into circulation!
Also like the 2009 issue, the 2013 is not being made available through regular commerce, and was not released into circulation.
The special release from San Francisco is the Proof and only available as part of the 2013 US Proof Sets.
This PROOF version has been graded a PERFECT 70 by ANACS.
The Native American Dollar is in Proof Condition.