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Identify year / authenticity of Sacagawea Great Law of Peace

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New to coin collecting. I have what I believe is a Sacagawea "Great Law of Peace"  one dollar coin.

My questions are:

1. Is this a true piece or a replica?

2. What year is the piece, note I do not see a date stamp

Thank you 



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After this weekend, I may just pull out a bottle of hooch and throw back a Hiawatha belt or three. 

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   The date that you should see on the edge (along with the words "E PLURIBUS UNUM") is 2010, followed by a "P" (for Philadelphia) or "D" (for Denver) mint mark.  Since 2009 the reverse on Native American dollars has been changed each year.

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