Struck two years before the series ended nearly a century ago, 1927 Gold Indian Head quarter eagles are difficult to locate in higher grades. But a recent purchase opportunity means you can choose from two attractive and lustrous Mint State grades, each carefully graded by our experts and certified by PCGS. Designed by Augustus Saint-Gaudens’ protégé Bela Lyon Pratt, these coins were the first to feature a real Native American rather than a stylized representation. And they’re one of only two U.S. types with incuse designs – with all major elements sunken below the coin’s surfaces! Many of these unique gold coins were lost to attrition or melted for their 90% gold content. PCGS has certified less than 3,400 coins to date in each of the grades offered here, and our supply is strictly limited. Claim yours today!
- Material: Gold
- Mint: Philadelphia
- Product Type: Single Products
- Denomination: $2.50 - Quarter Eagle
- Year: 1927