Today you have the chance to own a tribute to a numismatic legend – the 1907 USA Indian Head Coin.
Since 1795, the 10-dollar Gold coins in circulation in the United States have been referred to as “Eagles”. These coins were legal tender until their withdrawal in 1933. However, there is one Eagle in particular that has become a numismatic legend.
A presidential intervention
In 1907, President Roosevelt commissioned New York City sculptor Augustus Saint-Gaudens to re-design the US Eagle; however, it was certainly not without incident!
There were multiple issues in the production and design of the coin. The main being Roosevelt’s insistence that the obverse featured Lady Liberty in a Native American war bonnet, to make the coin ‘distinctly American’. Removing the motto “In God We Trust” also sparked public outrage.
Yet despite this coins many ‘flaws’, it is now one of the most desirable coins in the world – selling for millions at auction. Today you have the chance to own a Pure Gold coin issued in tribute to the most famous Eagle.
Incredibly this brand new coin is made of Pure Gold and weighs just 1/100oz but has a diameter of 45mm! It shows both the obverse and reverse of the famous 1907 Indian Head coin, making it an affordable way to own one of the most valuable coin designs in the world.
Strict worldwide edition limit
What’s more, out of the strict worldwide edition limit of 10,000, we have been able to secure a small number for our collectors. When you consider this alongside the huge attention this coin continues to receive, a lot of collectors are sure to miss out.
In order to secure the 1/100oz Pure Gold Indian Head 1907 Coin, make sure to add it to your basket today.
The 1/100oz Pure Gold 'Indian Head 1907' Coin
(+ £3.99 p&p)
Orders and payment terms are subject to acceptance and status.
(+ £3.99 p&p)
- Country of Issue: Solomon Islands
- Year of Issue: 2017
- Denomination: Ten Dollars
- Metal: 999/1000 Gold
- Weight: 1/100oz
- Diameter: 45mm
- Finish: Prooflike
- Reverse: 1907 Indian Head coin
- Obverse: Ian Rank-Broadley FRBS
- Edition Limit: 10,000