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Buy Select Indian Head Certified Gold Coins

GOLD COIN SURVIVES CONTROVERSY.

Drives investor & Collector Demand.


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Their rarity, along with a historic list of unprecedented “firsts,” is driving investors and collectors worldwide to add them to their portfolios & collections.
  • First $2.50 design to have the motto “In God We Trust”
  • First U.S. coin design struck with a fascinating incuse design
  • First U.S. coin design that used a true Native American model
  • First U.S. coin design by Bela Lyon Pratt, pupil of the famous designer Augustus Saint-Gaudens
  • One of the most popular and historic coins of the 20th Century

It was authorized by the Act of April 2, 1792.  In 1908, this gold coin sparked controversy and spread fear across our nation.  So loudly was the coin condemned, people were scared to save them in their collections for fear of germs spreading from the coin’s innovative recessed design.

Over a century later, that unfounded fear has resulted in the Indian Head Quarter Eagle ($2.50) becoming a series with relatively few examples surviving in higher grades.

For more information on purchasing certified Indian Head Quarter Eagles for your personal collection, please call us toll-free at 800-321-8700.

GOLD COIN SURVIVES CONTROVERSY.

Drives investor & Collector Demand.


GOLD INVESTOR NOTICE:

Their rarity, along with a historic list of unprecedented “firsts,” is driving investors and collectors worldwide to add them to their portfolios & collections.
  • First U.S. coin design struck with a fascinating incuse design
  • First U.S. coin design that used a true Native American model
  • First U.S. coin design by Bela Lyon Pratt, pupil of the famous designer Augustus Saint-Gaudens
  • One of the most popular and historic coins of the 20th Century

It was authorized by the Act of April 2, 1792.  In 1908, this gold coin sparked controversy and spread fear across our nation.  So loudly was the coin condemned, people were scared to save them in their collections for fear of germs spreading from the coin’s innovative recessed design.

Over a century later, that unfounded fear has resulted in the Indian Head Half Eagles becoming a series with relatively few examples surviving in higher grades.

For more information on purchasing certified Indian Head Half Eagles for your personal family estate collection, please call us toll free at (800) 321-8700.

Teddy Roosevelt's Ten Dollar Indians


The history of United States coinage is filled with wonderful and at times bizarre, behind the scenes stories. A case could be made that the Indian Head Liberty Eagle, sporadically minted between 1907-1933, is perhaps the most unusual numismatic tale of all. This historic coin is the result of an unprecedented collaboration between perhaps the greatest sculptor of the 20th century and a dynamic President who was not supposed to be President at all.

In 1900, Republican Party leaders were puzzled and maybe even a bit frightened over the charismatic energy of the young Theodore Roosevelt. In an attempt to corral him, they selected him to fill the largely ceremonial post of Vice President and selected the less vigorous William McKinley for the Presidency. However, when McKinley was assassinated in 1901 shortly after taking office, Theodore Roosevelt was thrust directly into the White House and American history was forever changed. If the price of gold continues trending higher over time, prices for select specimens may never be this low again. Buying now could save you money.


For more information on purchasing $10 Indian Head Eagles for your personal collection, please call us toll-free at 800-321-8700.

Three Dollar Indian Princess Coin


The $3 Indian Princess gold coin was authorized for creation via the Mint Act of February 21, 1853. The legislative reasoning contended that a three dollar coin would encourage the purchase of the three-cent stamps in sheets of 100.

The $3 Indian Princess has since become one of the favored numismatic coins among collectors everywhere. There are two distinct reverse designs in the series.

Relatively few of these historic coins have survived in mint state condition. The $3 Indian Princess series from 1854-1889 is literally studded with so many low-mintage dates that the entire series could reasonably be called rare. Due to their relative scarcity, the $3 Indians are one of two key coins to own in the ever popular 12-piece gold coin type set, and "the" key coin in the perennially popular 10-piece gold coin type set. The rarest coin in the entire series is the unique 1870-S. A $3 denomination coin was never issued after 1889.

If the price of gold continues trending higher over time, prices for select specimens may never be this low again. Buying now could save you money. For more information on purchasing $3 Indian Princess gold coin for your personal collection, please call us toll-free at 800-321-8700..


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