As part of President Theodore Roosevelt’s plan to rejuvenate America’s coinage , the Indian Head Quarter Eagle was a radical departure from traditional designs. Unlike the typical approach where the coin has a raised rim and design elements are raised above a flat field , Pratt’s design is referred to as incuse where the design elements are recessed below the surface , there is no raised rim , and the flat field is the highest surface of the coin. The Philadelphia Mint and the Denver Mint both produced issues of this coin. This piece come in a mint state 63, and are certified by PCGS.
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