Since the only U.S. coin made in 1923 with an Indian head is a nickel, and it does not have an eagle on it, I have to assume you have some kind of privately manufactured token or medal.
These are generally only worth a couple dollars, unless they contain a significant amount of precious metal, like gold or silver.
You may try checking your local library for a book about U.S. tokens after 1900. You may be able to find out what it is you have and what it's worth.
A Hunter in his wandering for game fell among the back settlements of Pennsylvania and on account of the bad weather, sought refuge at the house of a Planter whom he met at the door. He was refused admission. Being both hungry and thirsty he asked for a bit of bread and a cup of cold water but the answer to every appeal was: You shall have nothing here, get gone you "INDIAN DOG".
Some months later, the same Planter lost himself in the woods. After a wary day of wandering, he came to an Indian cabin, into which he was welcomed. On asking the way and the distance to the settlement and finding that it was too far to think of going that night, he asked if he could remain. Very cordially they replied that he was at liberty to stay and that all that they had was at his service. They gave him food and made a bright fire to cheer and warm him and supplied him with a clean deer skin for his couch and promised to conduct him the next day on his journey.
The next morning the Indian and the Planter set out together through the forest. When they came in sight of the White Man's dwelling the Indian about to leave turned to his companion and said "Do you not know me?" The White Man was struck with Horror that he had been so long in the power of one whom he had so inhumanely treated and expected now his revenge. But on beginning to make excuses, the Indian interrupted him saying "When you see a poor Indian fainting for a cup of cold water, don't say again, Get gone you INDIAN DOG.", and turned back to his hunting grounds which best deserved the appellation of a Christian "and to which will it most likely be said in as much as unto you have done it the least of these you have done it unto me."
every stamp is worth it
A 1923 $20 Gold Coin - aka - Saint-Gaudens Double Eagle - in a mint state of MS63 is worth: $1500.
The Eagle's Feather - 1923 was released on: USA: 15 October 1923 Finland: 8 March 1925
Eagle Keys was born on 1923-12-04.
The Eagle's Talons was created on 1923-04-30.
he started writing in 1923
The Indian Love Lyrics - 1923 is rated/received certificates of: UK:U
A 1923 French Franc is currently worth $1 dollar. The 1923 French Franc is made from aluminum and bronze metals.
August 10, 2009 The 1923-D Saint-Gaudens Double Eagle in MS66 grade has a PCGS value of $4,100.
Susanville Indian Rancheria was created in 1923.
Oklahoma Indian Jazz was created in 1923.
Leslie Worth was born in 1923.
Your coin is a Stone Mountain commemorative coin. The date is 1925 rather than 1923. In moderately worn condition it would be worth about $30 retail.
American Indian Defense Association was created in 1923.
This coin is also called a buffalo nickel. Both names are about equally common. Please see the question "What is the value of a 1923 US nickel?" for details by mint mark and condition. 1923 is not a rare date for Buffalo nickels. Well-worn, it's worth about a dollar. Lightly worn, it's worth about $8 A nice uncirculated one is worth about $100
$7.00 in 1923 had the same buying power as $97.97 in 2016.
20000 reich banknote july 1923
There's no such coin. All Peace dollars have the same design, with eagle's wings folded.
No one dollar gold coins were struck in 1923
Assuming the coin is circulated and has no mintmark. The 1923 Peace dollar is so common, circulated examples are only $30.00-$39.00 retail.
James McLaughlin - Indian agent - died on 1923-07-28.
1923........................$0.83 1923 S.....................$8.50 These values will vary depending on the condition of the coin