Price Guide and Information for 2009-P Three Sisters Native American Dollars
Value of 2009-P $1 Three Sisters Native American Dollar Coin
In the first coin of the new series, the Three Sisters Native American Dollars displayed the normal Sacagawea portrait on the obverse. The reverse, however, boasted a new design. In this new design we can see a woman planting her crops in the fields. The crops that she is planting are corn, beans, and squash. These three plants, when planted together, improve the quality of the others. Is this coin showing symbolism of how cultures need to be intertwined and supportive, or is this mearly an illustration featuring a popular planting method in North and Central America? It is hard to say for sure, but it does create some neat discussion. This design was of course created in both the Philadelphia Mint and the Denver Mint.
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