Collection of 6 Proof Sacagawea US Dollars

Sacagawea was a Lemhi Shoeshone Indian born in 1788. She was an explorer and is best known for guiding Lewis and Clark on their mapping of the Louisiana Territory in the United States. At the time she was only 16 years old and it was because of her that we got to know so much about the territory that would eventually become states in the United States. Starting in 2000 and for eight years the US Mint issued a dollar coin honouring Sacagawea. The Indian maiden is on the one side and the American Bald Eagle on the other side. We have put together a collection of six different dates of Sacagawea Dollars and in Proof condition. A beautiful collection and not easy to put together especially in Proof condition. Get them while you can …
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£59.50
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