FAQ?

How old is a $5 Indian Head gold coin?

Indian Head $5 Gold Coin (1908-1929) Having their production ceased in 1929, the $5 Indian gold coin was in production for barely 20 years, meaning that there really aren’t all that many on the market. With most of these coins being 100+ years old, the condition they are in is subject to a lot of criticism.

How much is a 1929 Indian coin worth?

This coin is so rare that even some of the worst preserved pieces sell for prices that exceed $3,000. The 1929 Indian is in the same boat as the 1909O, because it too is difficult to acquire regardless of condition.

How to buy $5 India bullion coins?

Browse JM Bullion’s supply. Because so few $5 Indians were minted, and because of the high value of gold, these coins are not typically acquired by collectors on a budget. Instead, it is mostly experienced collectors or those with a larger amount of money to spend that purchase these pieces.

Why are $5 Indian coins so expensive?

Because so few $5 Indians were minted, and because of the high value of gold, these coins are not typically acquired by collectors on a budget. Instead, it is mostly experienced collectors or those with a larger amount of money to spend that purchase these pieces.