1914-D Indian Eagle. MS-64 (PCGS). While 343,500 pieces were struck, many traveled east and then to Europe where they served as financial security through two wars and the Great Depression. Others were melted in the federal gold recall. Frosty, fine-textured surfaces cover both sides of this lustrous medium-gold survivor, with sharp definition on the headdress and the eagles wing. Only a scattering of tiny marks prevent an even higher grade.