1907 Indian Eagle. No Periods. MS-66 (PCGS). CAC. Intense mint luster swirls around both sides of this Gem Indian eagle. The surfaces feature a blend of satin and softly frosted qualities. Bright golden-yellow patina is seen on both sides, and the strike is sharply executed. This lovely example from the first year of Indian eagle coinage will be a significant addition to a high quality gold type set.The Philadelphia Mint produced 239,406 examples of the modified No Periods design in 1907. As the first examples of the new eagle to reach the general public, many 1907 No Periods coins were saved for posterity and Mint State pieces are plentiful in an absolute sense. On the other hand, many of these coins suffer from soft striking detail in the centers as well as general mishandling. For specialists seeking exceptional coins for their collections, this issue can be challenging at the finest levels of Mint State preservation, as here. This is a significant opportunity to acquire a stellar-quality example of the first circulating coin of the Saint-Gaudens $10 Indian eagle type.