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    1908-S Indian Half Eagle, MS64
    Low-Mintage, First-Year Issue

    1908-S $5 MS64 PCGS. The Indian design was introduced on the half eagle denomination in 1908 and the San Francisco Mint struck a small mintage of 82,000 examples with the new motifs. This attractive Choice example exhibits sharply detailed design elements, with just the slightest trace of softness on the eagle's shoulder. The lustrous orange-gold surfaces show only insignificant signs of contact. Population: 90 in 64 (13 in 64+), 74 finer (10/19).(Registry values: N2998)

    Coin Index Numbers: (NGC ID# 28DG, PCGS# 8512)

    Weight: 8.36 grams

    Metal: 90% Gold, 10% Copper


    Learn more at the Newman Numismatic Portal at Washington University in St. Louis.

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    December, 2019
    5th-7th Thursday-Saturday
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