1911-D $2.50 Indian Gold Quarter Eagle MS-65 PCGS (Strong D)
The 1911-D of the series has a low original mintage of only 55,680 coins. Be one of the few collectors to own this "Strong D" variety at such a high grade!
- Contains .1209 oz actual Gold weight.
- Population of only 20 coins* at this level.
- PCGS encapsulation guarantees the MS-65 condition.
- Obverse: Displays a masculine image of Liberty wearing a full headdress encircled by 13 stars with the word "LIBERTY" above and the date below.
- Reverse: Features a majestic bald eagle. Surrounding the eagle is "UNITED STATES OF AMERICA", "E PLURIBUS UNUM", "IN GOD WE TRUST" and the denomination.
- Designed by Bela Lyon Pratt and minted from 1908-1929.
- U.S. Mint issue from the Denver mint.
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The beautiful incuse (sunken relief) design of this coin retains its original luster adding to the collectibility of this series. Enhance your collection by adding this $2.50 Indian Gold Quarter Eagle to your cart today!
* Population 20 per PCGS as of April 5, 2016.
The Indian Quarter Eagles were produced intermittently from 1908 through 1929. Some 15 different varieties were coined, the scarcest of which by far is the 1911-D, of which just 55,680 were minted, the only issue to be produced in a quantity of fewer than several hundred thousand pieces. Really choice Uncirculated Indian quarter eagles are hard to find, particularly among the earlier dates, for the nature of the design was such that even a small amount of handling tended to emphasize nicks and marks on the surface.
The 1911-D is the rarest coin of the series in all grades from circulated to gem uncirculated, and even it's mintage is less than one fourth the mintage of the next rarest date in the series, the 1944. Most known examples of this rare coin are found to be in lower Mint State grades, but most can obtain one in MS-60 to MS-62 condition with only a little searching. However, in MS-63 condition this issue is seldom available, which makes the MS-65 certified coin very rare.