Everyman Indian Head $5 Gold (1908-1929)

Number of
Required Items
24
Current Finest
Possible Set Rating
59.525

In 1908 the transition was made from the long-lived $5 Liberty series (1839-1908) to the radically designed $5 Indian. Both the $5 and $2-1/2 Indian gold pieces were introduced in 1908, and both carried the incuse design, never seen before (or since) on a United States coin. The $5 Indian series is filled with rarities.

Notes: Everyman Collections only allow coins which have been in circulation.

All-Time Finest (All Eras)

Rank Set Name % Complete GPA Weighted GPA with Top
Pop Bonuses
Set Rating User
1 Rafus 2017 2018 2019 2020 100.00% 57.97 58.57 58.57
2 Renaissance 91.67% 55.12 55.51 48.30
3 Uncle Baccalalala 79.17% 47.84 47.86 38.77
4 Northridge $5 Indian Collection 41.67% 57.25 57.73 23.09
5 Brian Jones Collection 41.67% 45.68 45.68 18.27

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Current Finest

Rank Set Name % Complete GPA Weighted GPA with Top
Pop Bonuses
Set Rating User
1 Rafus 2017 2018 2019 2020 100.00% 57.97 58.57 58.57
2 Renaissance 91.67% 55.12 55.51 48.30
3 Uncle Baccalalala 79.17% 47.84 47.86 38.77
4 Northridge $5 Indian Collection 41.67% 57.25 57.73 23.09
5 Brian Jones Collection 41.67% 45.68 45.68 18.27
6 Zin's Everyman CAC Indian Head $5 Set 29.17% 58.00 58.63 15.83
7 Everyman Needs Some Indian Head 50.00% 47.07 47.13 14.14
8 Renaissance 2 16.67% 54.20 54.20 08.13
9 MADELINE 16.67% 43.12 43.12 07.33
10 JakeBlue 16.67% 58.00 58.60 05.86
11 bricklayers5ny 12.50% 30.00 30.00 01.50