We see a wide range of ages and conditions of the gold quarter Eagle nearly everywhere we go. There may only be a small selection of superior examples which we see on some excursions however they seem to have felt a relative increase in value most recently. These observations are based on our recent sources giving an indication that gold coins are selling a bit quicker than they were this time last year.
Historically desirable the gold quarter Eagle was the result of the design work of William Kneass who eventually had worked his way up to the position of chief engraver of the United States Mint. The overall concept is recognizable with the classic appointments of the eagle and olive branches.
1908 2 1 2 Dollar Gold Coin Quarter Eagle Indian Head
1909 US Indian Head $25 Quarter Eagle Gold Coin NoRes
1911 $250 GOLD INDIAN QUARTER EAGLE CHOICE AU
1914 d $2 1 2 Quarter Eagle AU GOLD
1856 $250 CORONET HEAD QUARTER EAGLE GOLD COIN
1914 D $250 INDIAN HEAD QUARTER EAGLE GOLD COIN
1915 $250 INDIAN HEAD QUARTER EAGLE GOLD COIN
1927 $250 INDIAN HEAD QUARTER EAGLE GOLD COIN
1929 Quarter Eagle $250 Gold Coin
1926 Quarter Eagle $250 Gold Coin