The Indian Head quarter eagles of 1908-1929 are America’s first and only $2.50 gold pieces to feature an incuse design. The flat surfaces are the highest points of the coin, with images and lettering recessed below the surface. Created by renowned sculptor Bela Lyon Pratt, these coins feature an actual Native American profile rather than Liberty wearing an Indian headdress. Last struck over 80 years ago, this 90% fine gold classic from America’s last quarter eagle series will be a highlight in any U.S. coin collection.
- Mint Mark: Philadelphia
- Product Type: Single Products
- Denomination: $2.50 - Quarter Eagle
- Year: 1913