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Greysheet Catalog Details (GSID: 8609)
Aside from the infamous key date 1911-D's, the 1914 is the next rarest date in the Indian Quarter Eagle series. The 1914 is very hard to locate as a high quality ultra-gem coin making it arguably rarer than the 1911-D's in that nice of condition. The gold for this issue has a green-like tint which is not overly attractive but the extreme luster and solid strike makes up for it. The 1914 is the perfect collector coin if you are looking for something more under the radar but still an item with very special scarcity.
Obverse: The obverse features the portrait of a Native American chieftain in formal headdress struck incuse with the words LIBERTY at the top and the date at the bottom. 13 stars frame the left and right sides: 6 at left and 7 on the right.
Reverse: The traditional American eagle struck incuse in the center with the words, UNITED STATES OF AMERICA at top, E PLURIBUS UNUM left of the eagle, and IN GOD WE TRUST to the right of the eagle. The denomination 2 1/2 DOLLARS struck below the eagle.

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GSID: 8609
Coin Date: 1914
Denomination: $2 1/2 / Gold quarter eagle
Designation: MS
Mint Mark: P
Mint Location: Philadelphia
Mintage: 240,000
Coinage Type: Liberty head gold quarter eagle
Coinage Years: 1908-1929
Composition: 90% gold; 10% silver & copper
Strike Type: Business
Diameter: 18 mm
Fineness: 0.9
Weight: 4.18 gr
Weight: 0.12094 oz
Coin Shape: Round
Designer: Bella Lyon Pratt
Obverse Lettering: LIBERTY, 1914
Obverse Designer: Bela Lyon Pratt
Reverse Designer: Beyla Lyon Pratt
PCGS #: 7946
NGC ID: 2898

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