A little history on these, in case you are not familiar with them. Government issued our first golden-colored (but not real gold) small-size dollar coins in 2000. The coins are not made of real gold, but have a similar color due to their special composition and manganese brass plating. The coins were issued to honor Native Americans and their contributions to our society. These were called'Sacagawea' dollars because the obverse of the coins bears the likeness of Sacagawea, the Shoshone Indian woman who served as a guide and interpreter for Lewis and Clark during their exploration of the western U.
Back in the early 1800's. Through 2008, the reverse design was a rendition of a flying eagle. But starting in 2009, Congress dictated that the Mints produce a different reverse design each year, also in commemoration of the contributions of Native Americans to our society. So the coins from 2009 onward, with the different reverse designs in each year, are now generally referred to as'Native American' dollars.But since the obverse design is basically the same as used from 2000 through 2008, many people (including myself) simply refer to them all as'Sacagawea' dollars. Since I did not number and photograph each set separately, you probably will not receive the EXACT coins pictured.
However, you will receive coins pulled from the same original rolls or bags, so your coins will look pretty much like those pictured. It should be easy enough to wash or replace the coin tubes if you can tell and it bothers you --- but to each his own. Up until the last 15 to 20 years or so, smoking was not "taboo" in our society and any coin older than that has certainly been exposed.
However, it is not possible to avoid their exposure entirely --- and that effort does not apply at all to my packing materials. Thank you for your interest, and hopefully your patronage! The item "Complete 2000-2019 Uncirculated P-D Set of Sacagawea / Native American Dollars" is in sale since Wednesday, April 3, 2019. This item is in the category "Coins & Paper Money\Coins\ US\Dollars\Native American (2000-Now)".
The seller is "garmstrong6567" and is located in Leeds, Alabama. This item can be shipped to United States.