At JM Bullion, we are pleased to offer the latest release in the Native America the Beautiful Series! Produced by The Native American Mint, this thoughtful collection of coins centers on the different US states and important indigenous tribes that reside there. This is the eighth release so far and features the state of Washington, with a special focus on the Hoh tribe. Today, 2022 1 oz Colorized Native America the Beautiful Washington Silver Coins are available to you online from JM Bullion.
- Delivered in a display case and a Certificate of Authenticity!
- 8th release in the Native America the Beautiful series!
- Consists of 1 Troy oz of .999 pure silver.
- Contains a face value of 1 Dollar backed by the Mesa Grande Sovereign Nation.
- The obverse contains the Hoh River.
- On the reverse is the official series logo.
- Coins are not US legal tender.
- Colorized visuals.
When you order 2022 1 oz Native America the Beautiful Washington Coins you will receive a .999 pure silver specimen enhanced with colorized visuals. Produced by The Native American Mint, these coins are not US currency but they do hold legal tender status in the Mesa Grande Sovereign Nation. They will arrive to you in a display case with a Certificate of Authenticity.
The Hoh River features on the obverse of 2022 1 oz Colorized Native America the Beautiful Washington Silver Coins. Presented in an aqua-green color, the river winds its way through the wilderness in the beautiful state of Washington. You will also find inscriptions along the rim that read Hoh, 2022, Washington, Cha’Lak’At’Sit.
The official Native America the Beautiful emblem is located on the reverse side of these 2022 1 oz Colorized Washington Silver Coins. This design, which is included on all coins in the series, features the face of an eagle surrounded by a Native American star pattern. Across the outer edge of the field are inscriptions reading Native America the Beautiful, 1 Ounce, One Dollar, .999 Ag.
Though considered a band of the Quileutes, the Hoh Native Americans are still recognized as their own tribe. Their reservation sits on 443 acres along the edge of Northwest Washington near the great Hoh River. Though small, the reservation continues to evolve, with recent land purchases helping to move members of the tribe out of a hazardous flood zone. Currently, the tribe is seeking through Congress an additional 37 acres of land that presently belongs to Olympic National Park.
Please contact JM Bullion if you have any questions about these silver coins for sale. You can call us at 800-276-6508, chat with us live online, or email us directly.