You can find the classic $10 Indian Gold NGC/PCGS MS62 (Random Date) here at Gainesville Coins! These beautiful pre-1933 gold coins come certified by one of the two major third-party grading services, Numismatic Guaranty Corporation (NGC) or Professional Coin Grading Service (PCGS) with the grade of MS62! Each coin is struck from .900 fine gold and contains a total of 0.48375 troy ounce of pure gold. Your coin will have been issued in a random date between 1907 and 1932.
The obverse design uses Augustus Saint-Gaudens portrait of Liberty facing left while wearing an Indian warbonnet. Although incongruous, this imagery has been considered very creative and novel. The inscription "LIBERTY" is found across the headband of the feathered headdress. Thirteen stars run across the top rim while the year-date (randomly from 1907-1932) is placed at the bottom rim. The edge is decorated with a number of stars equal to the number of states in the Union at the time of minting.
The reverse design, also created by Saint-Gaudens, shows a bald eagle facing left, proudly standing upright upon a bundle of arrows and an olive branch. To the left and right of the eagle, respectively, the mottoes "IN GOD WE TRUST" and "E PLURIBUS UNUM" are inscribed. The issuing nation "UNITED STATES OF AMERICA" runs along the top rim while the denomination "TEN DOLLARS" appears at the bottom rim.
The Random Date $10 Indian Head Gold Eagle NGC/PCGS MS62 is more than a collectible gold coin from the classic period of American numismatics. It has also been certified to be in Mint State by receiving the grade MS62. Make this the new centerpiece of your coin collection!
|Actual Metal Weight:||0.4838 ozt|
|Face Value:||10 Dollars|
|Mint:||United States Mint|
|Obverse Designer:||Augustus Saint-Gaudens|
|Reverse Designer:||Augustus Saint-Gaudens|
|Grade:||MS62 by NGC/PCGS|