The Pre-33 Gold $10 Indian Eagle was released by the United States Mint between 1907 and 1933. However, after 1916, there were just five dates issued for the remainder of the series. Many of the date marks from the original continuous run from 1907 to 1916. Right now, Pre-33 Gold $10 Indian Eagle 8-Coin Rare Date Sets are available to purchase online at Silver.com.
Coin Set Highlights:
- Ships to you in individual plastic flips!
- Features eight rare date marks from the Gold $10 Indian Eagle Series!
- Each coin is in Extremely Fine+ condition!
- Original mintages were often limited and there are low surviving specimens!
- Consists of .48375 Troy ounces of actual gold content per coin.
- Bears individual face values of $10 (USD) backed by the federal government.
- The obverse depicts Liberty.
- On the reverse is a bald eagle.
- Coins have respective S and D mint marks from the San Francisco and Denver Mints.
Each of the Pre-33 Gold $10 Indian Eagle 8-Coin Rare Date Sets available in this listing includes individual plastic flips for the coins. The coins in this set are Extremely Fine+ specimens. Coins in this condition exhibit light wear and tear only on the highest relief points of the coin, with trace mint luster still present.
This set includes the 1908-D No Motto, 1908-S With Motto, 1910-S, 1911-S, 1913-S, 1914-D, 1914-S, and the 1916-S. Many of these coins are known to be the rarest surviving specimens from the Gold Indian Eagle Series. Among these coins, the 1908-D No Motto has just 1% of its original mintage surviving today, the 1908-S With Motto has just 1,800 specimens remaining, and the 1910-S coin has just half of 1% of its original mintage remaining.
The obverse of the coins in the Pre-33 Gold $10 Indian Eagle Rare Date Sets features the left-profile portrait of Lady Liberty. In this design, Liberty wears a feathered headdress on her head with 13 stars over her head and a date mark below. On the reverse of the Pre-33 Gold $10 Indian Eagles is an American bald eagle. The bald eagle is perched on a sheaf arrows with an olive branch wrapped around the sheaf. This field includes inscriptions of the national motto on all coins except the 1908-D No Motto.
Other unique aspects of these rare coins include the timing of the 1908-D No Motto and 1916-S releases. The 1908-D No Motto had a much lower mintage than the 1908-D With Motto, and it was one of the last strikes of the coin without the national motto. The 1916-S was the last Gold Indian Eagle issued by the United States Mint prior to the U.S. entering World War I. Another Gold Indian Eagle would not be struck until 1920.
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