The Indian Quarter Eagle was minted in two distinct periods, separated by the First World War. The first period from 1908 to 1915 contains two issues struck at the Denver Mint, and the later period from 1925 to 1929 contains a single issue from Denver. All years were struck at the Philadelphia Mint, with the exception of 1925 when only the Denver Mint produced coins.
Most mintages were in the neighborhood of half a million coins, with the exception of the key date 1911-D Quarter Eagle which had a mintage of 55,680 pieces. The semi-key date 1914 issue had a mintage of 240,000 pieces.
Indian Head Quarter Eagle Mintages