The $10 Liberty Head Gold Eagle coins were minted from 1838 until 1907. Each coin contains an actual gold weight of .4837 troy ounces. These coins are 27 mm in diameter and 2.03 mm thick. The random date coins have been evaluated by Gainesville Coins to be in CU Condition- meaning "commercial uncirculated."
The coin features a design by Christian Gobrecht on both the obverse and the reverse. The obverse of the coin is a portrait of Lady Liberty. She faces to the left and her hair is pinned up. Her coronet says "LIBERTY" on it. Encircling Lady Liberty are 13 stars to signify the original 13 colonies, and the year of issuance is below the bust. The reverse image is an American Bald Eagle with a shielded chest. The eagle clutches an olive branch in one talon and arrows in the other. A banner above the eagle displays the motto "IN GOD WE TRUST." Surrounding the eagle are the words "UNITED STATES OF AMERICA." The denomination is given as "TEN D." below the eagle. A mint mark can be found between the eagle and the denomination if minted at a facility other than Philadelphia.
These Random Date $10 Liberty Head Gold Eagles were minted by the United States Mint. They were the standard design until 1907 when President Roosevelt commissioned a new design.
Date received is based upon available inventory. Stock photo is for reference only.