Indian Gold Quarter

$2.5 Gold Quarter Eagle Indian Head Polished or Cleaned (Random Year)

$2.5 Gold Quarter Eagle Indian Head Polished or Cleaned (Random Year)
$2.5 Gold Quarter Eagle Indian Head Polished or Cleaned (Random Year)

$2.5 Gold Quarter Eagle Indian Head Polished or Cleaned (Random Year)

90% & 40% US Silver Coins. One of the favorite coin among numismatics, this is only one of the two coins that have a unique minting process. The design on this coin is sunken or incused instead of being raised. The coin was minted from 1908­1929. The designer of this coin is Bela Lyon Pratt from Boston.

One of the short lived series, these coins because of their historical significance, age, and scarcity have high collectible and investment appeal. Eligible for Precious Metal IRA. Obverse: Displays a leftward facing portrait of realistic-­looking male Native American. Wearing a headdress in the center. The date, 13 stars, and the motto Liberty form a circle.

Designed by Bela Lyon Pratt. Reverse: Features a majestic bald eagle perched on a bunch of arrows and holding an olive. Inscriptions: "United States of America", "E Pluribus Unum", In God We. Trust" and the denomination "2 1/2 Dollars. Designed by Bela Lyon Pratt. Minted from 1908­-1929, dates and mint mark will be chosen randomly based on availability. Mint issue from the following mints: Philadelphia or Denver. Individual coins will come in protective plastic flips. Multiples of 50 will come in plastic. Incredible price performance track records. High demand in market for Pre­-1933 gold coins due to historical significance. Easy to complete the set for collectors as it is one of the smallest coin series with only 15. Different date and mint combinations. Helps you branch out your investment portfolio. One of the only two coins to have the distinctive sunken relief design. Polished or Cleaned grade coins are an affordable way of adding pre­-1933 coins to your. Under the initiation of President Theodore Roosevelt, America had welcomed two of the most. Beautiful coins in its history the Double Eagle and the Eagle, designs by the famous sculptor and. Theodore Roosevelt's good friend Augustus Saint­-Gaudens. Although Saint­-Gaudens was given the. Responsibility of providing designs for four denominations the Double Eagle, Eagle, Half Eagle, and. Quarter Eagle, Augustus Saint­-Gaudens could only complete the designs for the first two coins before. His untimely death in August 1907. While the mint officials had assumed that a scaled down image of the design of Double Eagle will go. On the smaller two denominations, a whole new concept was brewing at the President's end.

Friend of the President Theodore Roosevelt, Dr. William Sturgis Bigelow who had been working with. A sculptor from Boston, Bela Lyon Pratt who had come up with a new concept for coins. Design the coin had incused or sunken designs which provided high relief, was easy to stack, and also. Would protect the design from any damage.

He wrote about this to the president in a letter. Concept seemed practical for commerce accompanied with artistic values, the president showed. Pratt got down to work and created a design based on the Saint­-Gaudens' Gold Eagle's obverse.

Design of Lady Liberty with a headdress. Instead of making a female face, Pratt chose to make a. Model of a male Native American wearing headdress using a photo of an unknown Native American.

Person from his collection of photos. Theodore Roosevelt approved of the design and production of the coins began in 1908. The obverse of the coin featured a leftward facing portrait of a realistic­looking Native American wearing a headdress.

The date, 13 stars, and the motto "LIBERTY" form a circle around this central image. The reverse features a majestic bald eagle perched on a bunch of arrows and holding an olive branch in its talon to depict preparedness and peace. Inscriptions: "United States of America", "E Pluribus Unum", "In God We Trust" and the denomination 2 1?

The Gold Eagle Indian Head coin went through a lot of criticism upon its release as people were. Unfamiliar with the new concept of sunken design. There were doubts that the coin could be easily.

Counterfeited, some felt the coin was not beautiful, a numismatist Samuel Chapman felt that the coins. Sunken design can accumulate dirt and germs and cause health issues. The Quarter Eagles were struck from 1908 to 1929 in total. First it was struck from 1908 to 1915 and.

Then the production was paused for a decade. The production began again in 1925 and went on till. These coins are one of the smallest series in the U. Coinage history and have only 15 different.

Date and mint combinations out of which 12 issue are from Philadelphia and the remaining 3 issues. The coin has stood the test of time and has emerged victorious as one of the most sought­after coin by. Collectors as well as investors.

The novel minting process, its age, rarity, and its magnitude all add to. Its investment and collectible appeal. Is pleased to offer you Gold Quarter Eagle Indian Head coins at one of the most. Competitive prices in the industry. By purchasing from Bullion Exchanges, you are agreeing to all of our Terms and Policies. Bullion Exchanges reserves the right to refuse or cancel any order reviewed by our Compliance Team, which are deemed questionable or have increasing potential risk for being fraudulent. All customers are subject to a review at our own discretion, in which additional information, identification and/or documentation, may be requested. A prompt response would help expedite the fulfillment of your order. Packages are no longer insured if the tracking information shows the package is delivered.

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  • Country/Region of Manufacture: United States
  • Coin: US Pre-1933 Gold Bullion
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    $2.5 Gold Quarter Eagle Indian Head Polished or Cleaned (Random Year)