to find every gold coin in such high quality is even more rare...
Port Arthur, Texas (PRWEB) May 22, 2012
The American Eagle Reserve announces the recent acquisition of a private rare gold collection of authentic and genuine $2.50 Indian Head Quarter Eagle gold coins.
“The quality of these gold pieces is truly remarkable, with every one ranging from XF (extra fine) condition to AU (about uncirculated). This private collection is a rarity in and of itself, but to find every gold coin in such high quality is even more rare. We're pleased to have the opportunity to offer such treasures to our customers,” said Kirk Martin, Founder and CEO of The American Eagle Reserve.
The $2.50 Indian Head Quarter Eagle gold coins began circulating in 1908, replacing the $2.50 gold piece that reigned unchanged for more than six decades. The Indian Head Quarter Eagle was originally met with a firestorm of criticism and controversy upon its initial debut due to its unique “incuse” or sunken relief design that was a complete departure from all other United States coinage. It was also the first coin in US History to feature a real Native American.
“Such a vibrant piece of US History should be an important part of every coin collection,” said Richard Thibodeau, The American Eagle Reserve's Vice President. “Taking into consideration its controversial and shaky beginning, the $2.50 Indian Head Quarter Eagle has really grown into one of America's most treasured and sought after gold coins.”
The Indian Head Quarter Eagle was minted in solid .900 fine gold and produced by the United States Mint between 1908 and 1929. Can you imagine purchasing one of the first Model T's to roll out of the factory with one of these beautiful gold coins?
To learn more about this rare find, contact The American Eagle Reserve at 877-227-COIN (877-227-2646) or visit: http://www.AERLOOMS.com .
The American Eagle Reserve holds an A+ rating with the Better Business Bureau and is an authorized member of the American Numismatic Association and the Certified Coin Exchange as well as an Authorized Dealer of the Professional Coin Grading Service.