1916-S Indian Half Eagle. MS-63 (NGC). CAC. This frosty yellow-gold example displays a sharp strike and light field abrasions that define the grade. The 1916-S is the only Indian half eagle of this date from any mint, and it represents the last coinage of the denomination until 1929. After 1916, gold production at San Francisco was almost entirely focused on double eagles, save for a couple of spurts of ten dollar pieces in 1920 and 1930. This one has been awarded a CAC sticker for quality.