$10 Indian Gold 'Eagle'
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The $10 Indian Gold Eagle was designed by the renowned Augustus Saint-Gaudens and is regarded as the most stunning U.S. coin. The $10 Indian is one of just two coins that Saint-Gaudens ever designed. Because of its historical significance, it is valued higher than most modern ½-ounce gold coins.
Furthermore, when the coin was first minted in 1907, it was struck with a wire rim; however, later in 1907, the Mint began using regular strikes in its production. The wire rim striking process made the original coins appear more 3-dimensional—only 500 of these coins were struck.
The $10 Indian was minted from 1907 to 1933 and was issued by the Philadelphia, Denver, and San Francisco Mints.
Obverse: Features Lady Liberty in a war bonnet with “Liberty” written on the hair band. Lady Liberty is surrounded by 13 stars with the year of issue underneath her profile.
Reverse: Bald eagle surrounded by the denomination and the words “United States of America,” “E Pluribus Unum,” and “In God We Trust."
Some of the most popular grades among investors are MS62, MS63, MS64, MS65, and MS66, among others.
Please call 800-831-0007 for specific grade availability.
|Graded By: PCGS or NGC|
|Face Value: $10|
|Weight: 16.718 g|
|Manufacturer: U.S. Mint|
|Metal Content: .4838|
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