The name of this coin is "The Indian Princess"

The History Of the 1854 $3 GOLD PIECE INDIAN PRINCESS HEAD COIN:

The $3.00 gold piece was motivated by the flow of gold from the California gold rush.
The $3.00 gold piece was authorized by the Act of February 21, 1853, with the coin first struck in 1854.
The head on the obverse represents an Indian princess with hair tightly curling over the neck, head crowned with a circle of feathers, with the head band inscribed with 'Liberty'.
A wreath with tobacco, wheat, corn, and cotton is depicted on the reverse. In the year 1854, the word 'Dollars' appears in much smaller letters on the reverse of the coin.

Some particular 1854 $3.00 gold piece in mint condition would be appraised at over $90,000.00 
The number of Philadelphia $3.00 gold coins minted was 138,618 so this one probably would not be worth $90,000.00

More History:
This denomination was authorized by the Act of February 21, 1853 although other acts proposed coinage of this denomination as early as 1832.
James Barton Longacre prepared the Indian Head design, virtually identical to the design later used for gold dollars beginning in 1856. This first issue has small letters in the denomination.
These coins were struck between May 8 and November 10, 1854.
(This coin is apparently from the Philadelphia mint.)