With so much recent growth in the collecting hobby, and with precious metals so highly coveted, historic U.S. gold coins are in greater demand than ever before. These Liberty Head and Indian Head $5 half eagles are an outstanding value for collectors. Struck in 90% gold and carefully preserved in near Mint State condition, these last two $5 half eagle designs bear just the slightest wear on the highest points, yet remain affordably priced.
The Liberty Head $5 gold piece was the only coin struck at all 7 former and current U.S. Mints. These 1866-1908 issues, struck over 110 years ago, depict Liberty with a coronet inscribed liberty – while the reverses bear an eagle with shield, the denomination (five d.), and in god we trust on a banner above. The 1908-1929 $5 Indian Head, struck a century ago, features an incuse design with images and inscriptions recessed below the surface. The obverse depicts a Native American chief with a war bonnet, while the reverse portrays a proud, con dent eagle.
These coins come presented together in a handsome display case, plus you’ll SAVE off individual prices!
- Year: Date Our Choice
- Presentation: With Case
- Product Type: Sets