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1913 Indian Head Gold Quarter Eagle

  • A numismatic masterpiece from the "golden era” of American coins
  • Contains 4.18 grams of .900 pure gold
  • 18 mm in diameter (.71")
  • Available

Total: $749.00

The Indian Head Quarter Eagle is one of the most famous and certainly one of the most talked... more
1913 Indian Head Gold Quarter Eagle
The Indian Head Quarter Eagle is one of the most famous and certainly one of the most talked about coins in American history. In 1907, sculptor Bela Lyon Pratt was commissioned by President Teddy Roosevelt to design a new Quarter and Half Eagle gold coin. Pratt's innovative approach was unique in the annals of U.S. Mint history for two reasons: first was the authentic and very realistic portrait of a Native American Chief on the obverse; second - and more importantly - the coins were the only ones in American history to have an "incused” design. This means the coin's designs were recessed intothe surface rather than raised above it. Panned by critics, but loved by collectors, Pratt's Indian Head design was used until 1929, when Congress officially ended production of $2.50 and $5 goldcoins. In 1933, private ownership of all gold was banned in the U.S. and most gold coins were confiscated and melted into gold bars. Unfortunately for coin collectors, very few of these historic quarter eagle gold coins survived this fate. American Mint has been able to acquire a very limited supply of 1913 Indian Head Quarter Eagles. Demand for these numismatic treasures will most certainly exceed our limited supply, so order now!
Limitation: 722,000 pieces
Weight: 4.18 g
Diameter: 18 mm
Face value: 2.5 Dollar
Material: .900 gold, .100 copper
Quality: Extremely Fine
Issue year: 1913
Country: USA

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