1929 $2.50 PCGS MS64

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In 1908, the quarter eagle design was changed to feature the portrait of an American Indian, which was the first real native American ever shown on a coin.  The same Indian design was used for the half eagle as well.

The new design, by Boston sculptor Bela Lyon Pratt, a student of Augustus Saint-Gaudens, represented an innovation in American coinage. The designs were incuse or inset in the surface.  This was a first in US coins.  1929 was the last year that the Indian Head quarter eagle was minted.

PCGS graded serial number 7953.64/34723113

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MS64

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PCGS

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