Historic gold coins for sale represent an affordable alternative to modern gold bullion coins. Originally issued for use as everyday circulation pieces, these gold coins have at least 90% gold content and represent a great option for any investor or collection of historic designs. The Gold Cuba Peso is one such example. Right now, 10 Peso Gold Cuba Coins are available to purchase online at Silver.com.
- Ships to you in an individual plastic flip!
- Originally struck in 1915!
- Consists of 16.71 Grams, or .5372 Troy ounces, of actual gold content.
- Bears a face value of 10 Pesos backed by the government of Cuba.
- The obverse side features a bust of Jose Marti.
- On the reverse is the coat of arms of Cuba.
- Please keep in mind that you may receive coins with the same designs, dates, and conditions when buying multiples.
Each of the 10 Peso Gold Cuba Coins available in this product listing has mixed types, random years, and varied conditions. Regardless of those factors, all of the coins arrive in individual plastic flips. The first issuance of 10 Peso gold Cuba Coins was in 1915 and various types of the coin were issued after that.
Silver.com uses our discretion to pick these coins for you after your payment has cleared. The specific designs, dates, and types you receive will vary based on what is available in our vault at that point in time. Please keep in mind that you may get coins with the same designs, dates, and conditions when you buy multiple coins.
The obverse side of the 10 Peso Gold Cuba Coins features Jose Marti in right-profile relief for most date marks. This bust of Marti was created by Charles E. Barber, the 6th Chief Engraver of the United States Mint, for production at the Cuban Mint in Havana, Cuba. The bust is accompanied by markings of the weight, purity, metal content, and date mark of the coin.
On the reverse field of 10 Peso Gold Cuba Coins is a depiction of the coat of arms for the Republic of Cuba. Adopted in 1906, the coat of arms features a shield split into three fields. The top field as a key between two points of land outside a natural harbor. The lower field is split in two vertically with angled lines on the left and a mountain topped by a palm tree on the right. The nation of issue and face value are marked on this side of the coin.
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