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$2.5 Indian Head Gold Quarter Eagle
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The $2.5 Indian Head Gold Quarter Eagle, minted from 1908 to 1929, is an iconic and visually striking coin in American numismatic history. Designed by renowned sculptor Bela Lyon Pratt, this coin features a Native American chief in full headdress on the obverse, a departure from the traditional Liberty motif. The reverse showcases a bold and majestic bald eagle perched on a bundle of arrows and an olive branch, with the inscriptions "E PLURIBUS UNUM" and "IN GOD WE TRUST." With a gold content of 0.12094 ounces and a diameter of 18 millimeters, the $2.5 Indian Head Gold Quarter Eagle is celebrated for its unique design, historical significance, and the fact that it was the only U.S. coin to have an incuse (sunken) design. Collectors and investors alike highly appreciate its distinctive appearance and enduring value in the world of rare and precious coins.
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