Indian Gold Half Eagle Coin DesignThe obverse features a Native American chief of unknown name and tribe, while the reverse depicts the proud image of an American eagle. Beneath the eagle’s talons is a cluster of arrows and an olive branch, symbolic of war and peace. This is one of only two coins ever produced by the U.S. Mint featuring a sunken-relief design and lettering. The Indian Head coin remains one of the most unique and rare Gold coins today. Any Half Eagle Gold coin adds to any coin collector's or investor's portfolio with ease. The historical significance of these coins make them a must have. The Gold coin value makes any purchase of an Indian Head Half Eagle coin a good one. They have made their mark as a popular Pre-1933 Gold coin.
Buy Pre-1933 Half Eagle GoldThese coins were minted and distributed as currency before President Franklin Roosevelt required Americans to turn in their Gold coins to be melted into bars to help combat the Great Depression. The recall of Gold turned these previously very common coins into a rare find. The $5 Indian Head coin is a highly sought-after coin that is a must have. Combining the age, historical value and uniqueness of the sunken-relief design, these coins are a sure way to add value to any collection or investment portfolio.
Rare Indian Head Half Eagle CoinsEven though these are smaller denominations, these Pre-1933 Indian Head Half Eagle coins provide a rare opportunity to own an important part of history. You can see the coin values of Indian Head Gold coins and more. These Gold coins will add value to your portfolio.
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