The US Eagle denominations were produced by the United States Mint between 1794 and 1933. The Quarter Eagle, Half Eagle, and Eagle debuted between 1792 and 1795, with the Double Eagle added in 1849. The larger two denominations, Eagle and Double Eagle, were available until 1933, with the smaller denominations ending in 1929. Remaining specimens are not easy to find in certified conditions. Right now, you can get Pre-33 $5 Indian Half Eagle Gold Coins online at Provident Metals in certified condition.
With your purchase of a Pre-33 $5 Indian Half Eagle Gold Coin in this product listing, you will receive a specimen that was graded Mint State 65. An MS65 coin exhibits attractive, high-quality mint luster and may have a few small scattered contact marks or two larger marks. The coins may also show one or two small patches of hairlines. Overall, the eye appeal of an MS65 coin is very pleasing.
Provident Metals selects all coins at random in this listing, which means we cannot accommodate requests for a particular date mark. Please keep in mind that you may receive matching date marks and matching grading house labels (PCGS or NGC) if you purchase more than one coin.
On the obverse side of the Pre-33 $5 Indian Half Eagle Gold Coin is a depiction of a Native American figure. This left-profile bust was one of the first of an indigenous figure to be used on prominent American currency. The design features an indigenous figure with a full headdress. There are six stars in front of his face and seven behind on the design rim, with Liberty inscribed above and a date mark below.
The reverse field of the Pre-33 $5 Indian Half Eagle Gold Coin includes the American bald eagle. In this design, the eagle is perched on a sheaf of arrows with an olive branch wrapped around the sheaf. Inscriptions on this face of the coin include United States of America, E Pluribus Unum, In God We Trust, and Five Dollars.
Both the US Quarter Eagle and these US Half Eagles were the only coins in American circulation history to feature an incuse design strike. Coins with an incuse strike have the design elements sunk beneath the surface of the coin rather than engraved onto it.
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|Grading Service||PCGS or NGC|
|Mint Mark||Not Shown|
|Product Series||Pre-33 Eagle|
|Certificate of Authenticity||No|
|Packaging||PCGS or NGC Plastic Slab|
|Metal Content||.24187 Troy ounces|
|Shipping||Orders over $199 Ship Free|