Each new release in the Native America the Beautiful Series features a tribe along with a historical Native American reference. For the 9th coin in the series, the Yazoo tribe from Mississippi is featured. The reference is Yashu, which is a traditional name for the river after which the tribe was named. Today, 2022 1 oz Colorized Native America the Beautiful Mississippi Silver Coins are available to you online from JM Bullion.
- Ships in a display case and a Certificate of Authenticity!
- Brand-new coin honoring the Yazoo Tribe!
- Colorized specimen.
- Contains 1 Troy oz of .999 pure silver.
- Bears a face value of 1 Dollar backed by the Mesa Grande Sovereign Nation.
- The obverse field features Yazoo tribal figures in a canoe.
- On the reverse side is the official theme image of the series.
- Coins are not US legal tender.
When you order 2022 1 oz Native America the Beautiful Mississippi Silver Coins in this online JM Bullion listing, you will receive a colorized specimen with legal tender status in the Mesa Grande Sovereign Nation. Each coin will arrive to you in its original mint packaging consisting of a presentation case and a Certificate of Authenticity from the Native American Mint.
Members of the Yazoo tribe are shown in a canoe on the obverse of 2022 Colorized Native America the Beautiful Mississippi Silver Coins. The colorized details on the obverse include the rich blue water of the Yazoo River and the fiery sky at sunset. Inscriptions on the obverse read Yashu, Mississippi, 2022, Yazoo.
The official Native America the Beautiful series emblem can be found on the reverse of 2022 1 oz Colorized Native America the Beautiful Mississippi Coins. This includes the face of a bald eagle and a traditional Native American star motif. This imagery can be found on the reverse side of each coin in the collection. There are also inscriptions that read Native America the Beautiful, 1 Ounce, One Dollar, .999 AG.
Though the Yazoo was wiped out by the French in the 18th century, there are still descendants of the tribe found among the Chickasaw and Choctaw peoples. While their language remains a mystery, experts believe it was a Gulf language in the Tunica dialect. Because the Yazoo no longer exist, it is important that collections like the Native America the Beautiful Series honor them to help ensure their name is not forgotten.
Please contact JM Bullion with any questions about these 1 oz silver coins. Our team is available to assist you at 800-276-6508, online using our live chat, and via our email address.