Sacagawea & Native American One Dollar Coin Mintages

2016 Sacajawea or native American one dollar United States coin
The United States Mint

History of the Sacajawea and Native American Dollar

The United States Mint first produced the Sacajawea dollar in 2000 to replace the Susan B. Anthony (SBA) dollar. The SBA dollar was never popular with the public due to its size and color that was very similar to the United States quarter dollar. The new dollar had a golden color and smooth edge. The visual and physical characteristics of the new coin ensured that it would not be confused with any other coin in regular circulation.

The obverse and reverse remained unchanged from 2000 through 2008. In 2009 the Native American dollar was introduced. The obverse still possessed Glenna Goodacre's portrait of Sacajawea. However, the reverse design would change annually. The authorizing legislation stated, "the important contributions made by Indian tribes and individual Native Americans to the development and history of the United States" will be featured on the reverse. The coin's edge is inscribed incuse with the year of minting, the mint Mark, in the legend E PLURIBUS UNUM.

Mintage Figures

The United States Mint first began minting the Sacagawea dollar in 2000 and the Native American dollar in 2009. Where possible, production numbers by strike type are noted.

Year Mint Mint Mark Mintage Notes
2000 Philadelphia P 767,140,000
2000 Philadelphia P 5,500 Bold detail in the eagle's tail feathers
2000 SMS Philadelphia P 5,000 Goodacre Presentation Finish
2000 Denver D 518,916,000
2000 Proof San Francisco S 4,047,904
2001 Philadelphia P 62,468,000
2001 Denver D 70,939,500
2001 Proof San Francisco S 2,618,086
2002 Philadelphia P 3,865,610
2002 Denver D 3,732,000
2002 Proof San Francisco S 3,210,674
2003 Philadelphia P 3,080,000
2003 Denver D 3,080,000
2003 Proof San Francisco S 3,315,542
2004 Philadelphia P 2,660,000
2004 Denver D 2,660,000
2004 Proof San Francisco S 2,965,422
2005 Philadelphia P 2,520,000
2005 SMS Philadelphia P 1,141,895 Satin Finish
2005 Denver D 2,520,000
2005 SMS Denver D 1,141,895 Satin Finish
2005 Proof San Francisco S 3,329,229
Year Mint Mint Mark Mintage Notes
2006 Philadelphia P 4,900,000
2006 SMS Philadelphia P 915,586 Satin Finish
2006 Denver D 2,800,000
2006 SMS Denver D 915,586 Satin Finish
2006 Proof San Francisco S 3,077,280
2007 Philadelphia P 3,640,000
2007 SMS Philadelphia P 895,628 Satin Finish
2007 Denver D 5,740,000
2007 SMS Denver D 985,799 Satin Finish
2007 Proof San Francisco S 2,590,005
2008 Philadelphia P 9,800,000
2008 SMS Philadelphia P 745,464 Satin Finish
2008 Denver D 14,840,000
2008 SMS Denver D 814,420 Satin Finish
2008 Proof San Francisco S 2,199,761
2009 Three Sisters Philadelphia P 37,380,000
2009 Three Sisters SMS Philadelphia P 774,844 Satin Finish
2009 Three Sisters Denver D 33,880,000
2009 Three Sisters SMS Denver D 774,844 Satin Finish
2009 Three Sisters Proof San Francisco S 2,172,373
2010 Great Law of Peace (Iroquois Confederacy) Philadelphia P 32,060,000
2010 Great Law of Peace (Iroquois Confederacy) SMS Philadelphia P 583,912 Satin Finish
2010 Great Law of Peace (Iroquois Confederacy) Denver D 48,720,000
2010 Great Law of Peace (Iroquois Confederacy) SMS Denver D 283,912 Satin Finish
Year Mint Mint Mark Mintage Notes
2010 Great Law of Peace (Iroquois Confederacy) Proof San Francisco S 1,689,364
2011 Wampanoag Treaty Philadelphia P 29,400,000
2011 Wampanoag Treaty Denver D 48,160,000
2011 Wampanoag Treaty Proof San Francisco S 1,647,669
2012 Trade Routes in the 17th Century Philadelphia P 2,800,000
2012 Trade Routes in the 17th Century Denver D 3,080,000
2012 Trade Routes in the 17th Century Proof San Francisco S 1,189,445
2013 The Delaware Treaty (1778) Philadelphia P 1,820,000
2013 The Delaware Treaty (1778) Denver D 1,820,000
2013 The Delaware Treaty (1778) Proof San Francisco S 1,192,690
2014 Native Hospitality Philadelphia P 3,080,000
2014 Native Hospitality Denver D 2,800,000
2014 Native Hospitality Proof San Francisco S 1,144,154
Year Mint Mint Mark Mintage Notes
2015 Mohawk Ironworkers Philadelphia P 2,800,000
2015 Mohawk Ironworkers Denver D 2,240,000
2015 Mohawk Ironworkers Proof San Francisco S 1,050,394
2015 Mohawk Ironworkers West Point W 88,805 Enhanced Uncirculated Finish
2016 Code Talkers Philadelphia P 2,800,000
2016 Code Talkers Denver D 2,100,000
2016 Code Talkers Proof San Francisco S 931,866
2017 Sequoyah Philadelphia P -
2017 Sequoyah Denver D -
2017 Sequoyah San Francisco S -
2017 Sequoyah San Francisco S - Enhanced Uncirculated Finish

Suggested Books on Sacagawea & Native American Dollar

  • Yeoman, R.S. A Guide Book of United States Coins (The Red Book). Atlanta, GA: Whitman Publishing 
  • Fey, Michael S., Ph.D., A Decade of Top 100 Insights, Rare Coin Investments, Ironia, NJ, 2008