Indian Head Proof
Own a piece of history with a recreation of one of the rarest and most beautiful coins ever minted in American history with the 1929 $5 Indian Head Proof.
When President Theodore Roosevelt called for a new $5 gold coin to be designed back in 1908, few people imagined the daring, innovative masterpiece that designer Bela Lyon Pratt would produce.
Unlike every other U.S. coin ever made, Pratt chose his Indian head to be incuse, meaning that the sculpted Indian is sunken into the surface of the coin, rather than being raised above it.
When the stock market crashed happeneded in October of 1929, production of the $5 gold coins were stopped, never to be resumed again. Now, you get your own copy of the 1929 $5 Gold Indian recreated as a privately minted non-monetary proof clad with 13.6 mg of 24 kt pure gold.
You can order the 1929 $5 Indian Head Proof for just $19.95 plus shipping and handling. Each piece comes with an individually numbered certificate of authenticity.
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