He was born on November 4, 1876 in Minnesota, USA, and died on October 11, 1953 in Connecticut. Besides this nickel design his other most famous piece is End of the Trail.He also did many sculptures, statues, and medals. The Obverse-side Text Inscriptions: LIBERTY 2001 F.
Incused letter "F" below the year/date. This is an initial for Fraser. The Obverse-side Images: The design taken from the 1913 Indian Head or Buffalo Nickel. A Composite profile of Iron Tail, an Oglala Sioux chief, Two Moons, a Cheyenne chief, and Big Tree, a Kiowa chief.The Reverse-side Text Inscriptions: UNITED. AMERICA E PLURIBUS UNUM ONE DOLLAR P. The Reverse-side Images: The Buffalo is an American Bison.
Liberty is defined as the state of being free within society from oppressive restrictions imposed by authority on one's way of life, behavior, or political views. E PLURIBUS UNUM roughly translates from Latin to: Out of many, one - which was the common motto from the USA seal from the late 1700's until 1956 when the motto officially became In God We Trust. This coin only had the first common motto. At our store we specialize in Collectible Objects of interest, value, beauty, historical importance or other Objet-d'art. Scout our store for a wide variety of nostalgic, strange, and unique stuff.
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