1911 D $2.5 Indian Head Gold MS-65 Grade by NGC
- Extremely Low Mintage - Only 55,680 Coins
- NGC Population - 22 Coins, with only 4 finer
- The 1911-D is the rarest date of the Indian Head Quarter Eagle series!
- D Mint Mark - Denver, Colorado
- A grade higher than MS-65 will cost well over $100,000!
The 1911-D Indian Head Quarter Eagle has long been an American Classic. It represents one of just three years in which the Denver Mint struck Bela Lyon Pratt’s legendary incus design and possesses the lowest mintage of the entire series by many multiples. When these special coins were first minted, only the most elite of Americans could hold such an extravagant piece. Today, that exclusivity still holds true and the opportunity to hold such an exquisite icon of American history is even more limited. Many investors and collectors will simply never have the chance to acquire this incredible coin.
Only a few years ago any offering of a Gem 1911-D would incite offers well over $70,000. Today, with levels at remarkable lows for the Series, we think it’s an extraordinary opportunity to add one to your holdings.
The few MS-66 examples known are each worth more than $100,000 each. To acquire a Gem at this level is just too good to pass up, and the opportunities are thinning out as we’re noticing well-established collectors pouncing on them when available. This date is the undisputed “KEY” to the series. The date is extremely rare in superb condition.
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