A solid bronze colored coin from The Franklin Mint. The front shows a cowboy on a horse. Their backs are visible, the cowboys face is in profile, and they take up nearly half of the front of the coin. The rest of the picture shows a landscape of ground, mountain, and sky with clouds. Four more horses are visible, much smaller in size, with three more men, two of which appear to be Native Americans, and one more cowboy. The lettering on the front is around this picture, and there are four stars separating it. The back is full of text, surronded by three one-point wide circles, connected in four places with an x.
Front: "ZEBULON PIKE SIGHTS PIKE'S PEAK NOVEMBER 15,1806" | Back, very top: "1806" | Back: MAR. 29 - National road from Cumberland, Md. to Ohio River approved by Congress; APR. 18 - First Non-Importation Act passed; SEP. 23 - Lewis and Clark Expedition returns to St. Louis; NOV. 27 - President Jefferson warns against Burr conspiracy."