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Indian Coin (Not PCGS/NGC)

The beautiful and popular Indian Head gold coin series was issued from 1907 until 1933. Struck in three major denominations ($10, $5 and $2 1/2), these classic gold coins are highly popular with collectors and investors today. All coins listed in this section have not been graded and certified by PCGS or NGC, however, they've been graded and authenticated by our numismatists. Questions? Just give us a call and we will be happy to help.

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  • XF - $10 Indian Head Gold - Extremely Fine Condition

    The highly prized $10 Indian gold coins were authorized in 1907 by President Roosevelt. He commissioned Augustus Saint-Gaudens, one of America's greatest sculptors, to set a new high standard in the art of American Coinage after growing weary of the Liberty Head design employed since 1838. The first of these coins struck had no motto IN GOD WE TRUST, unlike the later issues starting in 1908.

    $10 Indian Head Gold Coins were struck in Philadelphia, Denver, and San Francisco. Grading Standards for these $10 Indian Heads are: Extremely Fine (EF or XF, Cheekbone, war bonnet, and headband feathers slightly worn. Feathers on upper wing show wear.) Each coin contains .48375 ounces of pure gold, they will have a range of dates. There are a total of 32 coins in the program with a combined mintage of 14,868,595.

    Each one has been hand selected to be in Extremely Fine condition and they can also be purchased in Mint Rolls of 40 coins. If you are having difficulties finding the exact coin you're looking for please give us a call at 1-800-928-6468 and a Rare Coin Advisor will assist you.

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  • AU - $10 Indian Head Gold - About Uncirculated

    The highly prized $10 Indian gold coins were authorized in 1907 by President Roosevelt. He commissioned Augustus Saint-Gaudens, one of America's greatest sculptors, to set a new high standard in the art of American Coinage after growing weary of the Liberty Head design employed since 1838. The first of these coins struck had no motto IN GOD WE TRUST, unlike the later issues starting in 1908.

    $10 Indian Head Gold Coins were struck in Philadelphia, Denver, and San Francisco. Grading Standards for these $10 Indian Heads are: About Uncirculated (AU, Trace of wear on cheekbone and headdress.) Each coin contains .48375 ounces of pure gold, they will have a range of dates. There are a total of 32 coins in the program with a combined mintage of 14,868,595.

    Each one has been hand selected to be in About Uncirculated condition and they can also be purchased in Mint Rolls of 40 coins. If you are having difficulties finding the exact coin you're looking for please give us a call at 1-800-928-6468 and a Rare Coin Advisor will assist you.

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  • BU - $10 Indian Head Gold - Brilliant Uncirculated

    The highly prized $10 Indian gold coins were authorized in 1907 by President Roosevelt. He commissioned Augustus Saint-Gaudens, one of America's greatest sculptors, to set a new high standard in the art of American Coinage after growing weary of the Liberty Head design employed since 1838. The first of these coins struck had no motto IN GOD WE TRUST, unlike the later issues starting in 1908.

    $10 Indian Head Gold Coins were struck in Philadelphia, Denver, and San Francisco. Grading Standards for these $10 Indian Heads are: Brilliant Uncirculated (BU or MS, No trace of wear. Light blemishes.) Each coin contains .48375 ounces of pure gold, they will have a range of dates. There are a total of 32 coins in the program with a combined mintage of 14,868,595.

    Each one has been hand selected to be in Brilliant Uncirculated condition and they can also be purchased in Mint Rolls of 40 coins. If you are having difficulties finding the exact coin you're looking for please give us a call at 1-800-928-6468 and a Rare Coin Advisor will assist you.

    *Learn more about the Pre-1933 US gold market

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  • XF - $5 Indian Head Gold - Extremely Fine Condition

    The $5 and $2 ½ Indian Head gold coins are considered two of the most beautiful and original portrayal of the American Indian ever employed on U.S. Coinage. They actually depict a real American Indian chief. All other “Indian” portraits are actually Lady Liberty with different head dresses on. Both Coins carry the distinction of being one of only two coin designs in American History to use an incuse design. The design features no raised edge, and the main devices and legends are in sunken relief below the surface of the coin.

    $5 Indian Head Gold Coins were struck in Philadelphia, New Orleans, Denver and San Francisco. Grading standards for these $5 Indian Heads are: Extremely Fine (EF or XF, Cheekbone, war bonnet, and headband feathers slightly worn. Feathers on upper wing show wear)

    Each coin contains .24187 ounces of pure gold, they will have a range of dates. There are a total of 24 coins in the program with a combined mintage of 14,078,066. Each one has been hand selected to be in Extremely Fine Condition and they also can be purchased in Mint Rolls of 40 coins. Give us a call at 1-800-928-6468 if you need help finding a coin so our Rare Coin Specialists can help assist you.

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  • AU - $5 Indian Head Gold - About Uncirculated

    The $5 and $2 ½ Indian Head gold coins are considered two of the most beautiful and original portrayal of the American Indian ever employed on U.S. Coinage. They actually depict a real American Indian chief. All other “Indian” portraits are actually Lady Liberty with different head dresses on. Both Coins carry the distinction of being one of only two coin designs in American History to use an incuse design. The design features no raised edge, and the main devices and legends are in sunken relief below the surface of the coin.

    $5 Indian Head Gold Coins were struck in Philadelphia, New Orleans, Denver and San Francisco. Grading standards for these $5 Indian Heads are: About Uncirculated (AU, Trace of wear)

    Each coin contains .24187 ounces of pure gold, they will have a range of dates. There are a total of 24 coins in the program with a combined mintage of 14,078,066. Each one has been hand selected to be in Extremely Fine Condition and they also can be purchased in Mint Rolls of 40 coins. Give us a call at 1-800-928-6468 if you need help finding a coin so our Rare Coin Specialists can help assist you.

    *Learn more about the Pre-1933 US Gold Market

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  • BU - $5 Indian Head Gold - Brilliant Uncirculated

    The $5 and $2 ½ Indian Head gold coins are considered two of the most beautiful and original portrayal of the American Indian ever employed on U.S. Coinage. They actually depict a real American Indian chief. All other “Indian” portraits are actually Lady Liberty with different head dresses on. Both Coins carry the distinction of being one of only two coin designs in American History to use an incuse design. The design features no raised edge, and the main devices and legends are in sunken relief below the surface of the coin.

    $5 Indian Head Gold Coins were struck in Philadelphia and Denver. There are a total of 24 coins in the program with a combined mintage of 14,078,066. Grading standards for these $5 Indian Heads are: Brilliant Uncirculated (BU or MS, No trace of wear. Light blemishesEach coin contains .24187 ounces of pure gold, they will have a range of dates. Give us a call at 1-800-928-6468 if you need help finding a coin so our Rare Coin Specialists can help assist you.

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  • XF - $2 1/2 Indian Head Gold - Extremely Fine Condition

    The $5 and $2 ½ Indian Head gold coins are considered two of the most beautiful and original portrayal of the American Indian ever employed on U.S. Coinage. They actually depict a real American Indian chief. All other “Indian” portraits are actually Lady Liberty with different head dresses on. Both Coins carry the distinction of being one of only two coin designs in American History to use an incuse design. The design features no raised edge, and the main devices and legends are in sunken relief below the surface of the coin.

    $2 ½ Indian Head Gold Coins were struck in Philadelphia and Denver. There are a total of 15 coins in the program with a combined mintage of 7,250,261. Grading standards for these $2 ½ Indian Heads are: Extremely Fine (EF or XF, Cheekbone, war bonnet, and headband feathers slightly worn.) Each coin contains .12094 ounces of pure gold, they will have a range of dates. Give us a call at 1-800-928-6468 if you need help finding a coin so our Rare Coin Specialists can help assist you.

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  • AU - $2 1/2 Indian Head Gold - About Uncirculated

    The $5 and $2 ½ Indian Head gold coins are considered two of the most beautiful and original portrayal of the American Indian ever employed on U.S. Coinage. They actually depict a real American Indian chief. All other “Indian” portraits are actually Lady Liberty with different head dresses on. Both Coins carry the distinction of being one of only two coin designs in American History to use an incuse design. The design features no raised edge, and the main devices and legends are in sunken relief below the surface of the coin.

    $2 ½ Indian Head Gold Coins were struck in Philadelphia and Denver. There are a total of 15 coins in the program with a combined mintage of 7,250,261. Grading standards for these $2 ½ Indian Heads are: About Uncirculated (AU, Trace of wear & blemishesEach coin contains .12094 ounces of pure gold, they will have a range of dates. Give us a call at 1-800-928-6468 if you need help finding a coin so our Rare Coin Specialists can help assist you.

    *Learn more about the Pre-1933 US Gold Market

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  • BU - $2 1/2 Indian Head Gold - Brilliant Uncirculated

    The $5 and $2 ½ Indian Head gold coins are considered two of the most beautiful and original portrayal of the American Indian ever employed on U.S. Coinage. They actually depict a real American Indian chief. All other “Indian” portraits are actually Lady Liberty with different head dresses on. Both Coins carry the distinction of being one of only two coin designs in American History to use an incuse design. The design features no raised edge, and the main devices and legends are in sunken relief below the surface of the coin.

    $2 ½ Indian Head Gold Coins were struck in Philadelphia and Denver. There are a total of 15 coins in the program with a combined mintage of 7,250,261. Grading standards for these $2 ½ Indian Heads are: Brilliant Uncirculated (BU or MS, No trace of wear. Light blemishes.) Each coin contains .12094 ounces of pure gold, they will have a range of dates. Give us a call at 1-800-928-6468 if you need help finding a coin so our Rare Coin Specialists can help assist you.

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