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|This golden US dollar coin from 2011 has a 26.5-mm (1.04-inch) diameter and weighs 8.1 g (0.3 oz). The 2.0-mm thick (0.08-inch) edge of this 2011 one-dollar piece has three different inscriptions, which are the mint year, the mint mark, and the “E Pluribus Unum” legend. Only this Native American dollar from 2011, which is a manganese-brass coin, has the Peace Pipe reverse designed by Richard Masters. The reverse of this 2011 one-dollar piece is an image representing the ceremonial peace pipe offering between Supreme Sachem Ousamequin Massasoit and Governor John Carver. Two hands and the peace pipe bisect the reverse of the 2011 US dollar coin. On the reverse’s top half, the coin has the traditional “United States of America” inscription with the denomination in the form of a dollar sign and a “one” just below it. “Wampanoag Treaty 1621” is the inscription on the bottom of the reverse, with each word on a different line. On the obverse side, this US dollar coin uses the image of Sacagawea and her infant designed by sculptor Glenna Goodacre. The legend “Liberty” is engraved on top of this manganese-brass coin, and the legend “In God We Trust” is engraved on its left side.|
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|Coinage Type||Circulation Coinage|
|Catalog Number||KM# 503|
|Coin Name||Native American Dollar - Peace Pipe reverse|
|Mint Name||U.S. Mint|
|Obverse Description||Sacagawea bust right with baby on back|
|Reverse Description||Hands passing peace pipe|
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