Sequoyah designed numbers to go with his writing system.
Someday, I hope to have a watch that has these original numbers.
before 1990-- these existed of course-- (1819 at least) but
I cannot remember ever having seen them before then.
Now everyone is talking about them.
Cherokee (ᏣᎳᎩ, transliterated as tsalagi) is written with a unique syllabary writing system devised by Sequoyah in 1819.
The Cherokee council voted not to adopt the numeric characters he designed, but the Gilcrease Museum in Tulsa, Oklahoma, still possess in its collections the original characters.
Here are the numbers designed by Sequoyah: