$5 Indian Coin
Introduced in 1908, the $5 Indian design was immediately famous for its striking Native American and bald eagle motif as well as the first-ever incuse strike where the features are carved into the coin instead of rising above the surface of the coin. $5 Indians weigh about a quarter ounce (.24187-oz.) and were made sparingly until 1929, making them the rarest of the post-1908 US gold coins. This garners strong demand today from today’s buyers smartly diversifying beyond bullion and $20 gold into sectors with smaller supply.
Please know we help many buyers find the specific and/or rare date $5 Indians they need – just call us at 1-800-928-6468 to discuss your needs with one of our Advisors. This page features a complimentary sub-segment of the market, Investment-Grade $5 Indians, which focuses on the best price for high grades without specifying dates. We also added the best low-cost, lightly circulated recommendation.
The Investment-Grades $5 Indians are graded and certified by PCGS or NGC in Mint State-62 to MS-64 quality while the About Uncirculated coin is uncertified and graded by our experts.
HISTORIC, BEAUTIFUL, AND AN EXCELLENT DIVERSIFYER
Discover the exquisite beauty of the $5 Indian Head gold coins, a remarkable series of United States currency during the early 20th century. Renowned for its unique incuse design, featuring a Native American chief in full headdress on the obverse and a majestic eagle on the reverse, these coins stand as iconic representations of American numismatic artistry.
As a collector's delight as well as a top choice for investors, the $5 Indian Head gold coins not only reflect a distinct era in our nation's history but also embody the craftsmanship and cultural significance of the time. Explore the rich heritage encapsulated in these coins, available for acquisition at Austin Rare Coins & Bullion. Elevate your collection with this distinctive chapter in American numismatics or wisely diversify your gold portfolio into market sectors that add age, rarity, and extra safety with the impressive $5 Indian Head Gold Coins.