Incuse Indian 1/4 oz Silver Round (New)

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The 1/4 oz GSM Incuse Indian Silver Round is a modern-day tribute to one of America’s most iconic coin designs from the early 20th century. Struck by the Golden State Mint, this silver round captures the essence of the original Incuse Indian coinage, which was unique for being stamped into the surface rather than raised. With its blend of historical significance and .999 pure silver composition, this silver round offers both collectors and investors a unique opportunity to own a piece of art with intrinsic value.

 

Key Features: 

  • Contains 1/4 Troy oz of .999 pure silver
  • Arrives in a protective flip or inside tubes of 20 rounds
  • Features the famous Incuse Indian design, originally created by Bela Lyon Pratt
  • Obverse showcases a left-profile design of a Native American leader
  • Reverse displays the American bald eagle, a symbol of national pride
  • Eligible for Individual Retirement Accounts (IRA)

 

The Incuse Indian design was first introduced in 1908 by Bela Lyon Pratt for the Quarter Eagle and Half Eagle gold coins. These coins were part of the larger Gold Eagle collection, which included various denominations. The Incuse Indian design was groundbreaking for its time, as it was the only design from the United States Mint that was stamped into the surface of the coin. This unique approach has made it a sought-after design for collectors and investors alike.

 

The obverse side of the silver round features Pratt’s Incuse Indian design, a left-profile portrait of a Native American tribal leader adorned with a full headdress. This intricate design is surrounded by 15 stars and the word “Liberty,” subtly emphasizing the round’s appeal as a symbol of freedom and heritage.

 

On the reverse, you’ll find the majestic American bald eagle, a design that complements Pratt’s original work. This side also includes the national mottos “In God We Trust” and “E Pluribus Unum,” adding layers of meaning and patriotism to the piece.

 

With its roots in American history and a design that breaks the mold, the 1/4 oz GSM Incuse Indian Silver Round is a tangible fusion of art and asset. Crafted from .999 pure silver and featuring iconic designs like the Native American leader and the American bald eagle, this silver round offers a unique blend of intrinsic and sentimental value. Elevate your collection or investment portfolio with this standout piece that redefines what a silver round can be.

Mint

Golden State Mint

Precious Metal

Silver

Series

Incuse Indian

Metal Content

0.25 Troy Ounces

Purity

.999 Fine

Condition

New

Designer

Bela Lyon Pratt

Diameter

26.57 mm

Thickness

1.5 mm

Edge

Reeded

Tube/Sheet Quantity

20

IRA Eligible

Yes

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