2014 Native American Dollar Rolls, Bags, and Boxes

Today, March 20, 2014 at 12:00 Noon ET, the United States Mint will begin sales of circulating quality 2014 Native American Dollars struck at the Philadelphia and Denver facilities. These will be available in either rolls, bags, or boxes, priced at a premium to face value.

2014 Native American Dollar

The theme for the 2014 Native American Dollar is native hospitality which ensured the success of the Lewis and Clark expedition. The reverse design by Chris Costello carries a depiction of a Native American man offering his pipe, while his wife offers provisions of fish, corn, roots, and gourds. The background contains a stylized image of the face of William Clark’s compass highlighting “NW” signifying the Corps of Discovery’s journey through the Northwest.

The reverse design was selected from a field of seven original candidates prepared by the US Mint. The various groups tasked with reviewing the candidates had offered recommendations for five of the designs, not doing much to narrow the field. In an unofficial poll, Mint News Blog readers had preferred an alternate design representing the relationship between the  Nez Perce and Lewis and Clark through the offer of horses. Ultimately, the design shown above was selected under the authority of the Secretary of the Treasury.

The obverse of the coin will feature the Glenna Goodacre portrait of Sacagawea and child which has been used in common throughout the series as well as for the preceding Sacagawea Dollar series.

The circulating quality 2014 Native American Dollars will be offered across six different product options. This includes 25-coin rolls from either the Philadelphia or Denver Mint priced at $32.95 each, 100-coin bags from either mint priced at $111.95 each, and 250-coin boxes from either mint priced at $275.95 each. The price levels for the products remain unchanged from the prior year. A previously available 500-coin box option has been discontinued.

All products come in US Mint branded packaging with wrappers or tags which indicate the date, face value, and mint mark of the contents.

The latest coin production statistics for the 2014 Native American Dollars indicate that the US Mint has struck 5.6 million pieces at the Denver Mint and 3.08 million pieces at the Philadelphia Mint. Interestingly, these figures are higher than the final production levels for the 2013 Native American Dollars, which saw 1.82 million pieces struck at each mint.

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  1. Mark Rex says

    For those of you that have gotten your TR C&C Sets; what was your order number? Mine was 423867xx and I placed my order within an minute (or 2 at the most) of them being on sale and still haven’t gotten the shipping confirmation email yet – site says “in stocked/reserved” with option to cancel – been like this for a while now. Thanks in advance. 🙂

  2. VABEACHBUM says

    @ Mark – I did not place my order on the first day; #423923xx.

    Given the difference in our order numbers, I would encourage you to call the Mint and/or check the status of the CC you used at the time you placed the order. The cancel box “should” disappear w/in 48 hours of In Stock & Reserved. If your current order status has remain unchanged for 3+ days, you have a problem somewhere. Good Luck!!

  3. Blair J Tobler says

    Mark – I ordered mine second day, and will receive it either today or tomorrow latest. I agree with VABB – perhaps you should contact the mint

  4. merryxmasmrscroofe says

    ” Interestingly, these figures are higher than the final production levels for the 2013 Native American Dollars, which saw 1.82 million pieces struck at each mint.”

    This is because although the 2013 design is fairly good, that of the 2014 is superb but not topping Trade Routes of 2012. It appears prices of proof rolls are directly proportional to design.

    eBay pf rolls
    2011 $150
    2012 $300
    2013 $100
    2014 $200

  5. Larry says

    The more I think about it, the less I want the gold HOF. I think I will just buy the silver dollar HOF. I don’t think the curve will be a big deal in the smaller gold coin, but should be interesting in the dollar size coin. I think I will save the money for the gold Kennedy, that should be a beautiful coin.

  6. Louis says

    I agree with VAB on the TR set. Nicely done and worth the price all things considered. I don’t expect it to be a money maker, which is fine too. It’s just a nice tribute done with class.

  7. Louis says

    By the way I just got my Master’s Club new release booklet from the RCM. I won’t spoil the surprise, but there are some very nice coins coming that many of you will like. Don’t spend all your money on baseball coins as next week you will want some Canadian stuff. It’s the strongest line-up in a while, at least a year probably. One hint: if you admire Native American cultures you will be very pleased.

  8. VABEACHBUM says

    @ Louis – Thanks for the RCM update. I’ll definitely be checking the website and my mail box. I’m anticipating the next Bison coin, which should be the “Battling Bulls,” as well as the next 100/100 release, which should be the “Big Horn Sheep.” The artwork for both appears to be outstanding!!

    Come to find out that I qualified for the Master’s Club back in January, but was surprised / disappointed that I didn’t receive some sort of a Congrats / Thanks For Your Business notice from the RCM. I only learned of the status after logging into my account and seeing the additional annotation at the top of the main page. Strange.

  9. thePhelps says

    VABB – yeah I was also underwhelmed by the Master’s Club welcoming. I’ll have to go check and see what Louis is seeing – I haven’t been on the site in a couple of weeks.

  10. VABEACHBUM says

    @ thePhelps – Checked the site immediately after my previous post. I couldn’t find anything new referenced anywhere on the RCM site. I think Louis was talking about an actual catalogue that arrived in the mail. I have not seen one yet.

  11. thePhelps says

    VABB – I got the ctalog last night – but didn’t have a chance to check it out. Did you check under the Masters link on the site as well? Ok, I need to get my laziness and go look…

  12. Louis says

    I received a catalog in the mail. So far nothing on the site. It may not be until later today. They are not real consistent about when the coins are posted, but if you are a club member, you should get an e-mail when they go live. You could also call, which I may do if I have time.

  13. VABEACHBUM says

    Thanks, Louis. You are the best!! If the USPS comes through, I should have my catalogue later today.

  14. Louis says

    My pleasure, VAB. I would be interested to know what your reaction is to the catalog or the web site listings tomorrow. It’s a bummer that so much stuff is coming all at once esp. at tax time.

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