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$2.5 Indian Quarter Eagle

$2.5 Indian Quarter Eagle

  • 1908 $2.50 Indian Quarter Eagle NGC MS62
    1908 $2.50 Indian Quarter Eagle NGC MS62
    U.S. Mint
    | SKU: 768391050

    1908 $2.50 Indian Quarter Eagle NGC MS62

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  • 1910 $2.50 Indian Quarter Eagle PCGS MS64
    1910 $2.50 Indian Quarter Eagle PCGS MS64
    U.S. Mint
    | SKU: 769006003

    1910 $2.50 Indian Quarter Eagle PCGS MS64

    $2,375.00
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  • 1911 $2.50 Indian Quarter Eagle NGC MS62
    1911 $2.50 Indian Quarter Eagle NGC MS62
    U.S. Mint
    | SKU: 757660016

    1911 $2.50 Indian Quarter Eagle NGC MS62

    $937.50
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  • 1911 $2.50 Indian Quarter Eagle NGC MS64
    1911 $2.50 Indian Quarter Eagle NGC MS64
    U.S. Mint
    | SKU: 766550001

    1911 $2.50 Indian Quarter Eagle NGC MS64

    $2,250.00
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  • 1911 $2.50 Indian Quarter Eagle PCGS MS62
    1911 $2.50 Indian Quarter Eagle PCGS MS62
    U.S. Mint
    | SKU: 761553004

    1911 $2.50 Indian Quarter Eagle PCGS MS62

    $937.50
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  • 1911-D $2.50 Indian Quarter Eagle NGC MS65
    1911-D $2.50 Indian Quarter Eagle NGC MS65
    U.S. Mint
    | SKU: 765366005

    1911-D $2.50 Indian Quarter Eagle NGC MS65

    $57,750.00
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  • 1912 $2.50 CAC Indian Quarter Eagle NGC MS64+
    1912 $2.50 CAC Indian Quarter Eagle NGC MS64+
    U.S. Mint
    | SKU: 768671056

    1912 $2.50 CAC Indian Quarter Eagle NGC MS64+

    $6,037.50
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  • 1912 $2.50 Indian Quarter Eagle PCGS MS64
    1912 $2.50 Indian Quarter Eagle PCGS MS64
    U.S. Mint
    | SKU: 767965004

    1912 $2.50 Indian Quarter Eagle PCGS MS64

    $4,020.00
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  • 1913 $2.50 Indian Quarter Eagle NGC MS62
    1913 $2.50 Indian Quarter Eagle NGC MS62
    U.S. Mint
    | SKU: 759277017

    1913 $2.50 Indian Quarter Eagle NGC MS62

    $843.75
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  • 1914 $2.50 Indian Quarter Eagle NGC MS64
    1914 $2.50 Indian Quarter Eagle NGC MS64
    U.S. Mint
    | SKU: 765810015

    1914 $2.50 Indian Quarter Eagle NGC MS64

    $4,800.00
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  • 1914 $2.50 Indian Quarter Eagle NGC MS64+
    1914 $2.50 Indian Quarter Eagle NGC MS64+
    U.S. Mint
    | SKU: 762765002

    1914 $2.50 Indian Quarter Eagle NGC MS64+

    $6,037.50
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  • 1925-D $2.50 Green Label Indian Quarter Eagle NGC MS65
    1925-D $2.50 Green Label Indian Quarter Eagle NGC MS65
    U.S. Mint
    | SKU: 517088022

    1925-D $2.50 Green Label Indian Quarter Eagle NGC MS65

    $2,187.50
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  • 1925-D $2.50 Indian Quarter Eagle NGC MS65
    1925-D $2.50 Indian Quarter Eagle NGC MS65
    U.S. Mint
    | SKU: 759827051

    1925-D $2.50 Indian Quarter Eagle NGC MS65

    $1,750.00
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  • 1925-D $2.50 Indian Quarter Eagle PCGS MS64+
    1925-D $2.50 Indian Quarter Eagle PCGS MS64+
    U.S. Mint
    | SKU: 767067007

    1925-D $2.50 Indian Quarter Eagle PCGS MS64+

    $937.50
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  • 1926 $2.50 Green Label Indian Quarter Eagle NGC MS65
    1926 $2.50 Green Label Indian Quarter Eagle NGC MS65
    U.S. Mint
    | SKU: 758167004

    1926 $2.50 Green Label Indian Quarter Eagle NGC MS65

    $2,187.50
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  • 1927 $2.50 CAC Indian Quarter Eagle PCGS MS65
    1927 $2.50 CAC Indian Quarter Eagle PCGS MS65
    U.S. Mint
    | SKU: 765805025

    1927 $2.50 CAC Indian Quarter Eagle PCGS MS65

    $4,800.00
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  • 1929 $2.50 Indian Quarter Eagle NGC MS62
    1929 $2.50 Indian Quarter Eagle NGC MS62
    U.S. Mint
    | SKU: 764033003

    1929 $2.50 Indian Quarter Eagle NGC MS62

    $6,210.00
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$2.50 Indian Head Gold Quarter Eagle

This was a coin whose genesis can be traced to President Teddy Roosevelt. In 1904, Roosevelt wanted new American coinage to look and feel like coins struck by the Greeks and Romans – coins with allegorical symbolism and very high relief. He did not want the same old boring coinage that we currently had.

Roosevelt wanted the Mint to redesign the four circulating gold coins ($2.50 - $5.00 - $10.00 - $20.00) and the cent. Augustus Saint-Gaudens, Roosevelt’s friend, redesigned the $20 Double Eagle and the $10 Eagle gold coins first.

The Mint now turned its attention and efforts on redesigning the $2.50 and $5.00 gold coins. The original plan had been to duplicate the $20 gold piece in two smaller sizes but that proved impossible as the mottoes and legends required to be placed on the coins were too small to read on the smaller coins and the coins could not be struck in high relief. Roosevelt himself came up with the idea of creating and striking a coin with a recessed design so that it would look like it was struck in high relief. Boston sculptor, Bela Lyon Pratt, was familiar working with recessed dies and proceeded to strike coins that met the requirements. Recessed designs would protect the designs from early wear and allow the coins to be easily stacked.

The $2.50 Quarter Eagle and the $5.00 Half Eagle are identical in design except for size and denomination. Both feather the recessed, incuse style, which allows for the appearance of high relief.

The design depicts either an allegorical representation of Miss Liberty or a Native American man, wearing a native headdress, facing left. The motto “LIBERTY” is above his head and there are six five-pointed stars to the left and seven five-pointed stars to the right. The designer's initials, BLP, are found just above the date and the edge is reeded. On the reverse is a standing eagle, facing left, upon a bundle of arrows, and an olive branch in its left talon. The mintmark, if any, is to the left of the arrowheads near the edge of the coin. “UNITED STATES OF AMRICA” is above the eagle, “E PLURIBUS UNUM” is to the left and in front of the eagle while “IN GOD WE TRUST” is to the right and behind the eagle.

Philadelphia struck coins from 1908 through 1915 and then no $2.50 Quarter Eagles were struck until 1925. The coins circulated in the Western United States but not very much in the East. However, the outbreak of World War I in Europe caused the coins to be hoarded. Once they were struck again in 1925 at Denver and minted at Philadelphia until 1929 when the Mint stopped production.  

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