The United States Mint’s gold coins for sale today consist only of commemorative and investment-grade bullion coins. When the US Mint issued its first coins in 1795 though, gold coins were circulation currency used in everyday transactions for commercial purposes. Right now, Pre-33 $10 Gold Eagle Liberty Coins are available to purchase online at Silver.com with PCGS or NGC certification.
- Ships to you inside of a protective plastic slab from the PCGS or NGC!
- Struck between 1838 and 1907!
- Availability of certified Gold Eagle Liberty coins is limited!
- Consists of .48375 Troy ounces of actual gold content.
- Bears a face value of $10 (USD) backed by the federal government.
- Issued a Grade of Mint State 63 by the Professional Coin Grading Service or Numismatic Guaranty Corporation.
- Lady Liberty features on the obverse.
- Heraldic eagle of the United States on the reverse.
- Designs from Christian Gobrecht.
Each of the Pre-33 $10 Gold Eagle Liberty Coins in this listing comes to you with a Mint State 63 certification from the PCGS or NGC. Coins in Mint State 63 condition exhibit slightly impaired luster and have numerous small contact marks. You may also notice a few scattered heavy marks and small hairlines, which are visible without magnification.
Silver.com cannot guarantee a date mark for the coin you receive or promise a particular grading house. The coins are guaranteed to feature an MS63 grade from the PCGS or NGC. Our warehouse team will select your date mark and coin when your order processes. Possible date marks include coins from 1838 to 1907, the issue timeframe for Gold Eagle Liberty designs.
On the obverse of Pre-33 $10 Gold Eagle Liberty Coins is the left-profile portrait of Lady Liberty designed in 1838 by Christian Gobrecht. This design replaced the original Turban Head design from the US Mint and featured on the coins until 1907 when it was replaced by the Indian Head Liberty design.
The reverse face of $10 Gold Eagle Liberty Coins includes the heraldic eagle of the United States. The bald eagle has the national shield on its chest and clutches an olive branch in one talon and the arrows of war in the other. The nation of issue and face value are engraved on this side. A banner reading “In God We Trust” is featured on coins issued from late 1866 to 1907, but coins from 1838 to early 1866 have no banner.
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