$2.5 Gold Indians
The Indian Head $2.5 gold coin was minted from 1908-1929. There was a break in production from 1916-1924 and then production resumed. It was released around the same time as the $5 Gold Indian, these two coins also shared the same design. The design consists of a left-facing head of a native American Indian while the reverse depicts an eagle perched on a rock. The coin was designed by Bella Lyon Pratt. The $2.5 Gold Indian is composed of 90% gold and 10% copper.
Indian Head $2.5 Gold Coin Value
There are no real variations in design for the $2.5 Gold Indian except for the 1911-D which there is a strong D and weak D. The strong D is a more visible mint mark and is worth more money. The $2.5 Gold Indian can cost as low as a few hundred dollars to upwards of tens of thousands of dollars. The rarest and most expensive version of this coin is the 1911-D Indian Head Gold Coin with a strong D. This coin can cost $8,000 or more depending on the condition of the coin.
Where to get $2.5 Gold Indian
You can get these coins at Bullion Shark either over the phone at 516-739-5822 or on our website. We offer a variety of different options including NGC and PCGS certified coins and ungraded coins.