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Appeal to the Great Spirit is a bronze statue sculpted in 1909 by artist Cyrus Edwin Dallin. Dallin grew up in the pioneer west and spent his young life in close proximity to the Ute Indians. Even after moving east and studying in predominantly urban locations, including Paris, Dallin continued to be fascinated by the noble Native American. This statue is located in Boston and features a Sioux Chief on horseback. The courageous leader has his arms open wide and his head thrown back. Many have wondered if his arms are open wide in surrender or prayer to a higher spirit. While the statue leaves the story open to the interpretation, Dallin made it known that he had sympathy and regard for the Native Americans he believed had been mistreated.
The story of this Sioux Chief lives on with the new Appeal to the Great Spirit 1 oz copper bullion round minted by Golden State Mint. As part of their exciting American Indians Series, this statue comes to life as the coin’s images appears to be in motion with the beautiful detail work. Coin collecting can be an exciting and profitable hobby. Whether you already have a coin collection or are ready to begin a collection, this gorgeous Appeal to the Great Spirit is a must-have addition. This coin will last for years and gain value for it’s owners.