Customers: Please note these Indian Gold Eagle Coins are either PCGS or NGC graded as MS63 condition. We will select coins from years prior to 1933 to fulfill your order based on our inventory.
The US Mint has long been known for its production of high-quality US coins, but few are more popular or well-known than the $5 Indian Head Gold Half Eagle. These coins were minted in the early 1900s and are guaranteed to be Mint State 63 as certified by the NGC or the PCGS. They ship in their certified slabs which protect the coin, indicate its grade, and show what year the coin was minted. The Indian Head Gold Eagle has withstood the test of time for a reason, so dont miss out on your opportunity to lay claim to one of the US Mints hallmark products.
For a coin that was only minted between the years 1908 and 1929, the Indian Head has quite the attractive design. They weigh in at roughly one quarter ounce and are made of about 90% pure gold. The obverse side of the coin is dominated by the image of a Native American in full tribal garb. Around the outer edges of the coins obverse are 13 stars, said to represent the 13 original colonies, as well as inscriptions marking the year in which the coin was minted and the word Liberty. The reverse side of the coin features the image of an American eagle in the center with a number of inscriptions around the outer edges. The eagle is perched atop a bundle of sticks as well as a solitary olive branch. Inscriptions on the reverse side include E Pluribus Unum, In God We Trust, United States of America, and the coins $5 face value.
Because this coin is graded, most people immediately think that it is only sought after by those who wish to add to a collection. The reality, however, is that the coins high purity and extreme rarity also make it a fine investment tool as well. Regardless of why you are buying the coin, you can rest assured knowing that it will be secured and protected before shipping. Whats more, every package we ship is fully insured as a means of protecting the purchaser from the many hazards of shipping.