Pre-33 $5 Indian Gold Half Eagle Coin (AU) (Random Year)

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Of the seemingly countless coins produced by the US Mint, few others are as sought after as the Indian Head Gold Eagle. The coin was first produced in the early 1900s, but its design still inspires coins minted today. The unparalleled detail combined with its unusually high purity makes the $5 Indian Head Gold Eagle a must-have for collectors and investors.

The US Mint minted the Indian Head Gold Eagles from 1908 until 1929 in 4 different US cities (Philadelphia, Denver, New Orleans, and San Francisco). Each coin weighs approximately one-quarter ounce and comprises nearly .25 troy ounces of 90% pure gold. The coin’s obverse side features a regal Native American in full headdress. Encircling a majority of the obverse side are 13 stars meant to represent the 13 original colonies of the United States, as well as a liberty inscription and an inscription marking the year in which the coin was minted. The coins’ reverse depicts a left-facing American eagle perched atop a fasces. An olive branch is also underneath the eagle’s perch. Inscriptions on the reverse side of the coin include the five-dollar face value and the words United States of America, E Pluribus Unum, and In God We Trust.

Please Note: These coins will be from years of our choice ranging from 1908 to 1929.