The $5 Gold Indians are distinctive from the rest of American coinage. They are known specifically for their peculiar incused design. Meaning the image of the coin was engraved into the coin instead of raised like all others. Produced from 1908 – 1929, the $5 gold Indians are still in the possession of investors today, despite the gold confiscation of 1933.

  • Year: Frontier Choice
  • Grade: Extra Fine
  • Grade Service: None
  • Denomination: $5
  • Mint Mark: Varies
  • Metal Content:
  • Purity: .900
  • Thickness:
  • Diameter: