1908 $2 1/2 -1929 Set of Indian Quarter Eagles MS62 NGC, PCGS.... (Total: 15 coins)
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Complete 15-Piece 1908-1929 Indian Quarter Eagle Set1908 $2 1/2 -1929 Set of Indian Quarter Eagles MS62 NGC, PCGS. A perfectly matched 15-piece set of Indian quarter eagles, all grading MS62. Included are:
Each Piece Graded MS62
Each Piece Graded MS62
1908 MS62 NGC. Bright yellow-gold surfaces, the top of the eagle's wing is weak as always on this date.
1909 MS62 NGC. Bright overall with a few more noticeable field marks scattered across the reverse.
1910 MS62 NGC. Vibrant, lustrous surfaces. A tad weakly struck on each side.
1911 MS62 NGC. Attractive, subtle reddish-gold and lilac colors are interspersed over both obverse and reverse. Well struck.
1911-D MS62 NGC. The mintmark is well-defined on this series key. The yellow-gold surfaces display just a touch of reddish patina. Minimally marked for the grade. The diagnostic wire rim on the right side of the obverse is especially pronounced.
1912 MS62 PCGS. The surfaces are obviously original with deep cherry-red color throughout and grease stains (as struck) flecked here and there. Most of the obvious abrasions are confined to the reverse.
1913 MS62 NGC. Bright, satiny surfaces. A series of interesting planchet fissures are seen through IN GOD WE TRUST.
1914 MS62 NGC. Sharply struck with the expected brightness of surfaces and light reddish patina.
1914-D MS62 NGC. Even, light reddish-gold color. Just a tad softly struck, but surprisingly free from the abrasions one would expect from this grade.
1915 MS62 NGC. Rich mint frost covers the reddish-tinged faces of this piece. A couple of smaller marks are located on the obverse, and a series of more prominent ones are seen below STA on the reverse.
1925-D MS62 NGC. Even reddish-gold color and bright throughout. A couple of marks run across the high point of the Indian's cheek bone.
1926 MS62 NGC. While many of the pieces in this collection show reddish color, this is by far the most pronounced. Strong mint luster, minimally abraded.
1927 MS62 NGC. This is a colorful coin too, but in a different way. Light lilac and yellow-gold are interspersed overall with a tinge of red overall. Slight abrasions.
1928 MS62 NGC. Shimmering yellow-gold color. A bit soft in the centers.
1929 MS62 NGC. Even yellow-gold color and bright mint luster. A couple of small abrasions are located in the usual place, the right reverse field.
From The Fenn Family Collection.(Registry values: N991)
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