Indian Quarter Eagle Mintage

Indian Quarter Eagle MintageThe Indian Quarter Eagle was minted in two distinctive periods, separated by the First World War. The first period from 1908 to 1915 contains two coins struck at the Denver Mint, and the latter period from 1925 to 1929 contains only a single branch-Mint issue, from Denver as well. All years were made at the Philadelphia Mint, with the exception of 1925 when the Denver coin was the only issue of the year.

Most mintages were in the neighborhood of half a million coins, with some higher and lower mintage years which reached the outer bounds of approximately 400,000 to 700,000. The notable exception is the clear key date for the series, the 1911-D Indian Quarter Eagle and a minor key date in 1914.

Indian Head Quarter Eagle Mintages

Year Mintage
1908 564,821
1909 441,760
1910 492,000
1911 704,000
1911-D 55,680
1912 616,000
1913 722,000
1914 240,000
1914-D 448,000
1915 606,000
1925-D 578,000
1926 446,000
1927 388,000
1928 416,000
1929 532,000