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1907 Indian Head Double Eagle Pattern Replica Archival Edition $

  • The only Indian Head Gold Double Eagle in existence
  • A faithful reproduction of the pattern coin worth an estimated $20 Million
  • Presented in our NumiShield Archival Case
  • Available

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Total: $89.95

Total: $89.95

In 1905, President Theodore Roosevelt commissioned renowned sculptor Augustus Saint-Gaudens to... more
1907 Indian Head Double Eagle Pattern Replica Archival Edition $

In 1905, President Theodore Roosevelt commissioned renowned sculptor Augustus Saint-Gaudens to redesign the nation's coinage. Saint-Gaudens presented two designs for the $20 "Double Eagle" gold coin. At the artist's request, dies were made for both options and pattern coins were minted so the President could decide which design would make it to circulation. Saint Gaudens made it clear that he preferred his Indian Head design which featured a magnificent high-relief Miss Liberty wearing a Native American headdress. The reverse, with a flying eagle and the year in Roman Numerals, was also inhigh relief.

Eventually Saint-Gaudens was overruled and his other design was chosen. The winning design was the equally magnificent "Striding Liberty" which became famous on the 1933 Gold Double Eagle that sold for a record $7.59 Million.

The single Indian Head Gold Double Eagle Pattern became famous in its own right as the only Double Eagle to feature Saint-Gaudens beautiful Indian Head. Even though pattern coins are not legal tender, they are considered the "Holy Grail" among top collectors because only so few exist. The 1907 Indian Head Double Eagle Pattern coin has beena part of some of the most renowed collections in history. It currently resides in a private collection and has an estimated value of $20 Million!

Available exclusively from American Mint,this limited-edition coin is a exquisite reproduction of the only Indian Head Gold Double Eagle in existence! Meticulously reproduced from Saint-Gaudens' magnificent 1907 Indian Head Gold Double EaglePattern coin, this replica is minted to the highest quality "Proof" standard. Layered in 24k gold, it comes in our NumiShield Archival Case to preserve its golden finish for future generations.

Details
Limitation: 9,999 complete collections
Weight: 32 g
Material (details): Copper, layered in 24k gold
First isseud: 2013
Diameter: 1.6" (40 mm)
Obverse: 1907 Indian Head Double Eagle
Reverse: Eagle
Finish: Gold-layered
Material: Copper
Quality: Proof
Period: 2010 to 2015

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