Q: How much is 1929 Indian head proof coin worth if it has copy imprinted on back of coin from the national collectors mint?

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Proof Indian Head eagles were only minted at Philadelphia that year. Mintage was extremely low - only 77 were produced. The Denver mint has never produced proof coins for general sales to collectors.

PF means it is a proof coin. 65 means it is about average quality for a proof coin. Proof coins are minted with specially prepared dies on specially prepared planchets and sold at a premium to collectors.

Private mints oftentimes have coins in different materials than what they advertise, but from what I can tell, the majority of National Collector's Mint double eagle "coins" are base metal (I'd assume either copper, steel, aluminum, nickel, zinc or some alloy of them) with a tiny amount of gold plating.

None of the Eisenhower (not Liberty) dollars regardless of date or mintmark struck for general circulation have more than face value. Only proof and uncirculated collectors coins sold from the Mint have premiums. Current value for a Clad Proof is $6.90 a 40% Silver Proof is $7.20

None of the Eisenhower dollars regardless of date or mintmark struck for general circulation have more than face value. Only proof and uncirculated collectors coins sold from the Mint have premiums. Current value for a Clad Proof is $6.90 a 40% Silver Proof is $7.20

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if its national collectors about 300 to 400$

Proof Indian Head eagles were only minted at Philadelphia that year. Mintage was extremely low - only 77 were produced. The Denver mint has never produced proof coins for general sales to collectors.

A proof coin has a special shiny finish on it and it is made to be sold to collectors, and not used as money.

It's a collectors item the us mint produces

The term Proof refers to the method of manufacture and is not a variety. A Proof coin of any denomination is not made for circulation, but to sell to collectors.

If it's not a uncirculated or proof collectors coin in the mint package spend it.

In 1933 the cost was less than $20.00, manufacturing the coin had to be less than face value. But if you mean a replica, likely less than a dollar.

A proof coin is made from a highly polished planchet (blank) and struck more than once to produce a highly detailed relief. Proof coins are sold to collectors and are not put into general circulation.

Indian people worship their sculptures from olden times. There have been no such proof why it is done.

i am one-eighth seminole indian, am i able to receive benefits with proof.

A 1988 Proof Quarter is only work the face value, for the most part. To some collectors, they might be willing to pay as much as $18, but this is rare.

PF means it is a proof coin. 65 means it is about average quality for a proof coin. Proof coins are minted with specially prepared dies on specially prepared planchets and sold at a premium to collectors.