Historic US gold coins represent a great opportunity for collectors and investors alike to buy gold. Many of the coins from the popular US Gold Eagle denominations are still available in the 21st century. Collectors covet these coins, but investors can also find value in the 90% gold content. Right now, Pre-33 $10 Gold Indian Eagles with certification are available to purchase online at Silver.com.
- Ships to you inside of a PCGS or NGC protective plastic slab!
- Released between 1907 and 1933!
- Availability of certified coins is limited!
- Consists of .48375 Troy ounce of actual gold content.
- Bears a face value of $10 (USD) backed by the federal government.
- Lady Liberty wears a headdress in the obverse portrait.
- An American bald eagle clutches arrows and an olive branch.
- Please note you might get matching date marks and grading house labels when purchasing several coins.
Each of the Pre-33 $10 Gold Indian Eagles in this product listing come with a Mint State 61 certification from the PCGS or NGC. A coin with an MS61 certification has diminished or noticeably impaired mint luster. The surface area may feature clusters of large and small contact marks throughout the primary and secondary focal areas, with the possibility for very noticeable hairlines.
This listing does not guarantee a specific date mark for the coin you receive or a specific grading house label. All coins are chosen at our discretion after your payment is processed. If you buy more than one coin, please note you may receive several coins that were graded by the same grading house and that feature the same date marks.
Lady Liberty is depicted in left-profile relief on the obverse of Pre-33 $10 Gold Indian Eagles. In this design, Liberty wears a feathered headdress. Her face boasts soft features and she wears a full headdress that flows back behind her head. The headdress bears a “Liberty” coronet at its base.
A powerful American bald eagle is shown at rest on the reverse of the Pre-33 $10 Gold Indian Eagles. This design was also created by Augustus Saint-Gaudens in 1907. The primary elements have not changed throughout the history of the series. The eagle rests with its wings at its side as it clutches a sheaf of arrows wrapped in an olive branch. In 1908, the design was slightly altered to include the national motto of “In God We Trust.”
Although the Gold Eagle was the primary denomination in the broader series of Eagle denominations, in the Indian Eagle design, it was offered regularly only from 1907 to 1916. From 1916 to 1933, it was produced irregularly.
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