Are you a fan of Indian Head quarter eagles, the last series of U. Gold coins to circulate before the end of the gold standard?
If so, you will love this 1928 Indian Head quarter eagle, graded MS62 by PCGS. This coin has a brilliant mint luster, a sharp strike, and a high gold content.It is also one of the last years in the series, with a low mintage of only 416,000 pieces. Don't miss this chance to own this rare and beautiful coin at a great price! ## What are Indian Head quarter eagles? They feature the head of a Native American chief on the obverse, and a standing eagle on the reverse.
The design was created by sculptor Bela Lyon Pratt, who used an innovative technique of incuse relief, which means the images are sunken into the surface of the coin rather than raised above it. They are composed of 90% gold and 10% copper, and have a diameter of 18 mm and a weight of 4.18 grams. They are also known as "incuse Indians" or "Pratt eagles" among collectors. ## Why are they valuable? Indian Head quarter eagles are valuable because they are rare and in high demand among collectors and investors.
They are rare because they have low mintages compared to other gold coins of the same era, and many of them were melted down or lost over time. They are in high demand because they have a unique and artistic design, a high gold content, and a historical significance. They represent the last series of U. Gold coins to circulate before the Great Depression and the end of the gold standard. They are especially sought after in MS62 condition or higher, which means they have minimal signs of wear and retain most of their original luster.
## What are the features of this coin? This coin is a 1928 Indian Head quarter eagle, which means it was minted at the Philadelphia Mint in 1928.
It has no mint mark on the reverse, as only coins minted at branch mints have mint marks. It is graded MS62 by PCGS, which means it has a brilliant mint luster and a sharp strike. It also has an attractive yellow-gold color and a smooth surface.
It comes with a PCGS certification number and a protective holder. It is one of the last dates in the series, with a low mintage of only 416,000 pieces.
It is estimated that only 5-9% of them survive today in mint state condition. Don't miss this opportunity to own this rare and beautiful 1928 Indian Head quarter eagle that will enhance your gold coin collection and impress your friends. THIS IS THE ACTUAL COIN YOU WILL RECEIVE.