Issued from 1795 to 1929, the Half Eagle was a $5 (USD) gold coin issued by the United States Mint. Part of the four-coin US Eagle. Originally issued with 22-karat gold, for most of the production history of the Half Eagle gold coin it featured 90% gold with 10% copper for durability in circulation. Provident Metals now has Pre-33 $5 Indian Half Eagle Gold Coins in Very Fine condition available to purchase online.
When you purchase a Pre-33 $5 Indian Half Eagle Gold Coin from this Provident Metals listing, you will get a coin that is in Very Fine condition. Labeled as VF, coins in this condition have all the fine details still present with the more minute details show some wear and tear on the highest points. Overall, the coins remain visually impressive.
Please note this listing comes with the possibility for various date marks. We do not guarantee any of the date marks. Once your payment is processed, we will select your coin at random. It is also important to note that you could receive matching date marks when buying multiples.
On the obverse of the Pre-33 $5 Indian Half Eagle Gold Coin is a left-profile bust of a Native American. This indigenous figure is shown in left-profile relief with a full headdress on. Inscriptions include 13 stars, Liberty, and a date mark.
The reverse side of Pre-33 $5 Indian Half Eagle Gold Coins features a depiction of the peaceful American bald eagle. Perched at rest with its wings down at its sides, the eagle clutches a sheaf of arrows in its talons with an olive branch wrapped around the sheaf. Inscriptions feature United States of America, E Pluribus Unum, In God We Trust, and Five Dollars.
The Indian Eagle design was created by Bela Lyon Pratt, an artist and engraver from Boston, in 1908. The image was used on the obverse and reverse of the Half Eagle and Quarter Eagle gold coins and was the first-ever incuse strike for circulation in American history. Incuse strikes sink the design elements into the surface of the coin. The Indian Half Eagle was produced from 1908 to the start of World War I. The coins were not issued again until 1929 and only struck that one year.
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|Mint Mark||Not Shown|
|Designer (Obverse)||Bela Lyon Pratt|
|Designer (Reverse)||Bela Lyon Pratt|
|Product Series||$5 Half Eagle|
|Certificate of Authenticity||No|
|Metal Content||.2418 Troy Ounces|
|Shipping||Orders over $99 Ship Free|