Why Order This GEM 2021 Mesa Grande Thanksgiving Colorized Silver Proof for Your Collection?
The unique silver proof coin shown here was issued by the Mesa Grande Sovereign Nation. This legal tender coin was created to commemorate the very first Thanksgiving, which occurred in 1621. This coin’s release was scheduled to coincide with the 400th anniversary of the first Thanksgiving. Mintage of this colorized Thanksgiving silver proof is limited to an apt, 400 pieces, a nod to the anniversary occurring this year.
- This proof was struck by the Native American Mint under the authority of the Mesa Grande Sovereign Nation.
- Mintage is limited to a total of just 400 pieces.
- This 1 oz silver coin has a face value of $2 under the Mesa Grande Sovereign Nation and a colorized proof finish.
Colorized First Thanksgiving Design
Obverse: The colorized design depicting the very first Thanksgiving is located here. A number of Native Americans and Pilgrims are shown enjoying a meal together. Most of the design has been colorized aside from the sky in the background, the Mayflower, and the inscriptions.
Reverse: The face value and date can be found on this side as well as the issuing nation. The design on this side shows a single Native American looking out from the coast as a handful of Pilgrims row their way to shore.
GEM Proof Condition
This specimen has not been submitted for certification, it’s still in GEM Proof condition. This stunning partially colorized coin also comes with its original packaging from the Native American Mint.