Slightly better date.
Indian half eagle type coin.
Beautiful near mint state example! Strongly embossed design elements and evidence of wear virtually undetectable. Soft mint luster and pleasing orange-gold patina make for great eye appeal. The 1909-O is by far the lowest mintage coin in the series with only 34,200 struck. It is also quite popular as the only New Orleans issue in the entire set. A great issue that is always sought after.
Better date Indian Half Eagle, rare this nice! PCGS has graded only three examples finer than this immaculate gem. Softly frosted luster with strong striking details throughout the sunny-gold surfaces. Excellent eye appeal!
Lovely example of this key date. Luminous orange-gold colored surfaces with nice details. Choice for the grade! The 1911-D is one of the key dates in the Indian half-eagle set. The primary set hosts a MS63 example for the date.
Lovely and original example! Sharp strike and bright mint luster and attractive orange-gold coloration covers both sides. The mint mark is crisp. The 1911-D is one of the key dates in the Indian half-eagle set. CAC approved for quality. The primary set hosts a MS63 example for the date.
Better date San Francisco mint gold coin.
Registry quality gem example of this slightly better date. Lustrous surfaces are boldly impressed and high end of the grade. Great eye appeal! CAC approved for quality. A MS65+ example is displayed in the primary set.
A slightly better $5 Indian.
Stunning example of this very tough and popular S-mint half eagle. Satiny tangerine tinted surfaces are smooth and well-struck for the issue. Lovely eye appeal! The primary set holds a MS65 example for the date.
Legendary key date! Due to the limited use in circulation during the post-Depression years, most of the 1929 issues were melted in 1933 when the Gold Recall took effect. This choice survivor with frosty mint luster and a bold strike. Terrific eye appeal! Another example of the same grade is displayed in the primary Hansen Collection set.
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