History, Information, and Value of 1915-S Indian Gold Eagle
Value of 1915-S Indian Head $10 Gold
The typical Mint State 1915-S Indain Gold Eagle is sharply struck with bountiful, softly frosted luster. Most of these coins from the San Francisco Mint are at least lightly abraded, and many are extensively marked.
A key date Indian eagle in all grades, the 1915-S has a limited mintage and also saw widespread destruction through melting during the late 1930s. Circulated survivors are scarce, while those in Mint State are very scarce to rare and seldom offered any finer than MS-63. Elusive in MS-64 and rarely offered any finer, the 1915-S is one of the rarest Indian eagles in Gem Uncirculated condition. The finest certified examples are a pair of MS-67s, one each at PCGS and NGC.
The text on the Indian Gold Eagle reads as follows. Obverse: LIBERTY; Date. | Reverse: UNITED STATES OF AMERICA; E PLURIBUS UNUM; TEN DOLLARS.
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