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2004 Lewis & Clark Coin & Pouch Bicentennial Prf Silver Commemorative - $160 (Portland)

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condition: excellent
This is a commemorative 2004 Lewis and Clark Bicentennial Silver Dollar coin and American Indian Pouch (Special Edition).

- Coin Specifications:
- Mint: Philadelphia
- Condition: Proof
- Weight: 26.730 (+ 0.400) grams
- Diameter: 1.500 (+ 0.003) inches or 38.10 (+0.08) mm
- Composition: 90% silver; 10% copper
- Mintage Limit: 500,000 (all options)

The coin is encapsulated - the obverse of the coin depicts Meriwether Lewis and William Clark on a stream bank planning another day of travel and exploration. Lewis is seen holding his journal. The reverse of the coin features two feathers from the National Council of the Lewis and Clark Bicentennial logo, representing the many Native American Indian cultures touched by the Corps of Discovery Expedition. It also features a peace medal presented to the Native American Nations during the expedition on behalf of President Jefferson. 17 stars represents the number of states in the Union in 1804.

The pouch is made of deer, elk or moose hide and has been hand-decorated with yellow and red beads by tribal artist, Reva Gates of the Sioux Nation, state of Minnesota on September 15, 2004.

All contents are in immaculate condition however the outside protective sleeve of the box has a little damage along the top due to storage. The rest of the sleeve is unmarred. The pouch has remained untouched in the original bag.

post id: 7757726495

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