1915 Matte-Proof 4-Coin Set

$810,000.00 USD

1915 $2.5 Indian PCGS PR67 - 6617592-001:

1915 was the final year of the matte finish on United States proof gold coins. This year also saw the lowest mintage of proof gold quarter eagles, with only 100 minted. However, not all were sold and many ended up in the melting pot.

1915 $5 Indian Head PCGS PR65 - 6617592-002:

The 1915 matte proof Indian half eagle has the lowest reported mintage of the series. With a mintage of only 75 pieces, many of which were reportedly melted, the coin is extremely rare today. It is also the last year in which the mint used the matte proof process which produced gorgeous results.

1915 $10 Indian Head PCGS PF67 - 6617592-003:

1915 was the final year of the matte finish on United States proof gold coins. The $10 Indian from this year had a mintage of only 75 coins. However, it is believed that a majority of these were likely melted, leaving perhaps only 20-25 coins to satisfy demand.

1915 $20 St. Gaudens PCGS PF66+ - 6617592-004:

After seven years of production, 1915 proved to be the final year for the matte proofing process. The European-influenced proofs never really caught on with American collectors, as seen by the steadily declining numbers produced in each successive year. 1915 was the nadir for proof production and only 50 sandblast proof twenties were struck. 1915 was also the final year a regular issue gold coin was struck in proof format until 1984.