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What kind of coin is the Indian Head $2?

1925 Indian Head $2.50 Gold Coin. The Indian Head $2.50 Gold Coin returned to production in 1925 after a 10 year hiatus. Designed by Bela Lyon Pratt the Indian Head $2.50 Gold Coin was one of only two U.S. coin issues to feature an incuse design, the other being the Indian Head half eagle, also designed by Pratt.

What does the $10 Indian Head Gold Eagle look like?

The obverse of the $10 Indian Head Gold Eagle features Lady Liberty adorned in a full Indian war bonnet with feathers. Thirteen stars ring the top edge of the coin and the date is shown below. The reverse depicts a majestic perched eagle with "United States of America" above and "Ten Dollars" below.

What are the best books about Indian gold coins?

Indian Gold Coins of the 20th Century. Lumberton, Tex.: Subterfuge Publishing. ISBN 978-0-9819488-9-8. Hobson, Walter (1971). Historic Gold Coins of the World. Garden City, N.Y.: Doubleday and Co. ISBN 978-0-385-08137-5. Lange, David W. (2006). History of the United States Mint and its Coinage. Atlanta, Ga.: Whitman Publishing.