Let’s see your gold Indians...is that a PC term?

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  1. ryang74

    ryang74 Active Member

    B8DFD9B3-2D5C-4D0C-B05B-38A25E34CD40.jpeg I love gold Indian C58B9976-6053-4CA5-BAA3-12848B6FB5FA.jpeg coins
     
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  3. GoldFinger1969

    GoldFinger1969 Well-Known Member

    Love the coin, hate that slab !!:D
     
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  4. Paul M.

    Paul M. Well-Known Member

    Who cares if it’s PC; it’s the hobby’s standard name for the coins.
     
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  5. dwhiz

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  6. Rheingold

    Rheingold Well-Known Member

    Sorry for the lousy pics:rolleyes:
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  7. MK Ultra

    MK Ultra Active Member

    Still looking for mine. With the recent run up, may be looking for a bit longer.
     
  8. paddyman98

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  9. charlottedude

    charlottedude Novice Collector

    I used to have the complete $2 1/2 Indian set. I sold all of them a few years ago in pursuit of other, more classic U.S. gold. Here's a couple of photos from the archive library.
    1908 QE.jpg 1910 QE.jpg 1911-D QE.jpg 1914D QE.jpg
     
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  10. Jayyk38

    Jayyk38 Member

    Common '10-D Gold Indian Eagle graded AU58 in NGC plastic!

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  12. Pickin and Grinin

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  13. johnmilton

    johnmilton Well-Known Member

    The 1932 eagle is the only gold coin from the 1930s that most collectors can afford. It along with the 1926 are the two most common dates. The down side is that I have found many of them to be over graded in the certification holders. The reason might be that they have been frequently marketed to non-collectors who were buying them as "an investment." This on is graded MS-63.

    1932EagleO.JPG 1932EagleR.JPG

    Here is a $10 Indian in Matte Proof. I sold this piece when I was a dealer. I got $28,000 for it almost 20 years ago. The Matte Proof mintage was 116 pieces. This piece was graded Mt. Proof-65.

    1908 Matte Proof 10 O.jpg 1908 Matte Proof 20 R.jpg

    And here is an MS-66 example of the same date. This one is NGC graded.

    1908 Eagle O.jpg 1908 Eagle R.jpg
     
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  14. Pickin and Grinin

    Pickin and Grinin Well-Known Member

    What is the red on both side of the Matte Proof?
    Amazing coin!
    @johnmilton
     
  15. johnmilton

    johnmilton Well-Known Member

    It is he red picture indicator flash light on the camera. It's a photo flaw, but I had only owned the camera for a short time at that point.
     
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  19. ryang74

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  20. Santinidollar

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    Thanks! I looked long and hard for a no motto before pulling the trigger.
     
  21. ryang74

    ryang74 Active Member

    So ‘No Motto’ is not an attribution that NGC applies to the label, or is there an extra fee for that?
     
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