In 1908, the U.S. Mint introduced the new Indian Head design on the Quarter Eagle. It consisted of an American Indian head on one side, and a stoic eagle on the reverse, both incused. The new design was quite successful and the Philadelphia Mint produced over 500,000 coins to satisfy demand from the general public.
For the more sophisticated collectors, the Mint struck proof versions with a new sandblast finish that looked dull, however these unusual roofs were very popular.
PCGS graded serial number 7957.64/34723120