1909 $2.50 Indian Head
14K Gold Ring

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This estate ring features an authentic 1909 $2.50 U.S. Indian Head gold coin. The coin is legal tender - it was minted to be used as currency.

What makes the $2.50 Indians (and the $5 Indians also) is that the coin is "incused", that is the design is sunken into the metal, not raised. This is very unique for U.S. coins!

The Indian Head gold coin was advocated by President Teddy Roosevelt, and today is a collectable piece of Americana. It is 90% pure gold (21.6K), weighing 4.18 grams.

This ring has a heavy textured finish, resembling a bark finish. This hides minor scratches that a gold ring gets with normal wear.

The ring weighs a hefty 16.0 grams and is size 10.0

We only have one ring - and to remake this ring would cost several hundred dollars more. Don't miss out.

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Metal: 14K Gold Coin: $2.50 Indian Head Gold Coin Finger Size: 10.0 Weight: 16.0 grams Circa: 1980s:

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