1911 $5 Gold Indian Head Half Eagle Coin

Grades: Extremely Fine

Mint Mark: Philadelphia

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A unique piece of American coin design . . .

This peculiar $5 coin has a feature most uncommon in numismatic design — the engraving of the Native American who gives the coin its nickname is “incuse”, or sunk below the surface of the coin.

Designer/Engraver Bela Lyon Pratt designed the $2.50 Gold Quarter Eagle and this $5 Gold Indian Head Half Eagle using the same sunken/ incused process.
It was minted between 1908 and 1929, when US President Franklin Delano Roosevelt put an end to all gold coin production. and is a favourite of many collectors.