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7 Choices for the Back of the Next Dollar Coin: What's Your Favorite?

Images of the seven proposed designs for the reverse side of the 2014 Native American dollar coin, to be reviewed by the Secretary of the Treasury.
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According to the coin collecting news site CoinUpdate.com, the Commission of Fine Arts (CFA) has reviewed seven proposed designs for the 2014 Native American one dollar coin and made its recommendation to the Secretary of the Treasury. The Native American one dollar coin has a portrait of Sacagawea on its obverse (heads) side, and features a different themed design each year on its reverse (tails). The 2013 Native American one dollar coin commemorates the Delaware Treaty of 1778.

The theme for the 2014 coin is the cooperation among Natives and the Lewis and Clark expedition of 1804-06. Of the seven designs below, the CFA chose the sixth, a depiction of Chief Cameahwait recommending the alternate route to Captain Lewis. Which is your favorite?

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Skyhawk in costume on the set of 'Little House on the Prairie'

Skyhawk in costume on the set of 'Little House on the Prairie'

Skyhawk in costume on the set of 'Little House on the Prairie'

Skyhawk in costume on the set of 'Little House on the Prairie'

The Secretary of the Treasury will consider the CFA's recommendation, as well as that of the Senate Committee on Indian Affairs, the Congressional Native American Caucus, the National Congress of American Indians, and the Citizens Coinage Advisory Committee, before making a final selection. For more details, see the original story at CoinUpdate.com.