The gold coins of the Pre-33 Gold Eagle Series included the $10 denomination as the primary unit. These coins were issued from 1795 to 1933, with the Gold Indian Eagle design series struck from 1907 to 1933 marking the final release of the collection. Now, Pre-33 Gold $10 Indian Eagle 7-Coin Rare Date Sets are available to you for purchase online at Silver.com.
Coin Set Highlights:
- Coins ship to you inside plastic flips!
- Comes with seven dates and mint marks in total: 1908-S, 1910-S, 1911-S, 1913-S, 1914-D, 1914-S, and 1916-S!
- Each coin is in XF+ condition!
- Mintages limited from the original releases, with low survivability for all dates in this set!
- Consists of .48375 Troy ounces of actual gold content per coin.
- Issued individual face values of $10 (USD) by the United States.
- The obverse of the coin depicts Lady Liberty.
- On the reverse side is the American bald eagle.
- Coins come with respective mint marks from the San Francisco Mint or Denver Mint.
Pre-33 Gold Indian Eagle Coins in the $10 denomination were heavily circulated from 1907 to 1916. The entry of the US into World War I severely curtailed the production of the coins until the 1920s. Between decreased mintages and heavy circulation, few coins remain from these early dates in the series that are in good condition for collectors.
Another key factor impacts the availability of these dates in good condition. During World War I, countless Gold Indian Eagles were shipped to Europe as foreign payments during the war. These coins were often held in bank vaults in money bags and picked up substantial damage from contact inside the bags.
Of the coins in this Pre-33 Gold $10 Indian Eagle 7-Coin Rare Date Set, the importance of each coin is noted below:
- 1908-S: this coin was one of the first in the Indian Eagle Series with the added national motto on the obverse
- 1910-S: the original mintage of 811,000 was massive for the era, but heavy use and large-scale melting resulted in only half of 1% surviving
- 1911-S: even with the discovery of a small hoard of these coins in Europe in the 1970s, this coin ranks as the sixth rarest in the series
- 1913-S: the 1913-S is considered as rare as the likes of the 1911-D, an ultra-rare coin from the series
- 1914-D: the original mintage was 343,500 coins and most ended up in mint bags shipped to Europe for foreign payments during World War I, resulting in heavy damage and a small pool of surviving coins in good condition
- 1914-S: this coin had a mintage of 208,000 and is considered the 11th rarest in the series
- 1916-S: this was the last San Francisco Mint issue until 1920 and the last Indian Eagle Gold struck until the 1920s
The obverse side of the coins in the Pre-33 Gold $10 Indian Eagle 7-Coin Rare Date Sets comes with a depiction of Liberty. She is featured in left-profile relief with a feathered headdress. On the reverse of Pre-33 Gold $10 Indian Eagle Coins is an American bald eagle. The eagle is perched on a sheaf of arrows with an olive branch wrapped around it.
These Pre-33 Gold $10 Indian Eagle 7-Coin Rare Date Sets come with plastic flips for each individual coin. The coins are all in Extremely Fine+ condition. Coins in this condition showcase only light wear and tear on the highest points of relief, with some traces of mint luster still present.
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