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1915-S PCGS AU58 $5 Indian

$ 1,950.00 USD

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The Indian Half Eagle was first released in 1908. What makes this coin unique in American numismatics is how the fields of the coin are raised higher than the rest of the coin’s design and have no raised edge. This is called an “incuse design”. In fact, this $5 Indian Quarter Eagle carries the distinction of being one of only two designs in American history to use an incuse design. The other is the $2.50 Indian Quarter Eagle. The decision to strike coins like this was not well received when they came out. However, today they are beloved by collectors. The Indian Half Eagle was produced form 1908-1916, and then returned for one final year of production in 1929. Needless to say, there aren’t many on the market. The San Francisco Mint Struck only 164,000 pieces in 1915, less than 1% of those coins have achieved the AU58 grade by PCGS, making this piece highly desirable by collectors.

  • 1 of only 372 in PCGS population!
  • AU58
  • The obverse features an image of Liberty wearing a full headdress encircled by 13 stars with the word "Liberty" above and the date below and the reverse features a majestic bald eagle.
  • United States Legal Tender

The coin(s) featured is an example of the piece we have in stock. The coin(s) you receive may have a different certification number than pictured. Coins that are in PCGS/NGC protective holders will all have a label protected within the holder that will indicate the coin's certification number, grade, date, denomination, and unique bar code.

We guarantee your satisfaction at Endeavor Metals Group, LLC. We provide all our customers with a refund, return and/or exchange policy on everything we sell including all bullion and certified coins. This right is limited to three (3) days from the date on which the customer receives their items and notifies us, provided they are kept in their original packaging. We want our customers to be pleased with their purchases. If for any reason you have a problem, please feel free to call our offices and discuss it with us. We will always do our best to accommodate you. If an exchange is requested, we reserve the right to find an acceptable replacement or refund your money. In the event of circumstances that are beyond the control of Endeavor such as, acts of God, natural disasters, or other factors, your order may need to be amended or canceled. In the case of an amendment, we will contact you within 1 business day for approval. You will have the option to agree to the changes or cancel the transaction for a full refund.

The Indian Half Eagle was first released in 1908. What makes this coin unique in American numismatics is how the fields of the coin are raised higher than the rest of the coin’s design and have no raised edge. This is called an “incuse design”. In fact, this $5 Indian Quarter Eagle carries the distinction of being one of only two designs in American history to use an incuse design. The other is the $2.50 Indian Quarter Eagle. The decision to strike coins like this was not well received when they came out. However, today they are beloved by collectors. The Indian Half Eagle was produced form 1908-1916, and then returned for one final year of production in 1929. Needless to say, there aren’t many on the market. The San Francisco Mint Struck only 164,000 pieces in 1915, less than 1% of those coins have achieved the AU58 grade by PCGS, making this piece highly desirable by collectors.

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