|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:||MS64 by NGC/PCGS|
The U.S. Mint issued the $10 Indian Head Gold Eagle as a circulating legal tender coin between 1907 and 1933. Struck from .900 fine gold, these coins had a face value of 10 Dollars and contained a total of 0.48375 troy ounce of pure gold. Now, you can add a certified example of this beautiful classic U.S. gold coin graded MS64 to your collection from Gainesville Coins! Each coin has been graded MS64 by either NGC or PCGS, the two leading third-party grading services, and will be from a random date.
On the obverse, August Saint-Gaudens' unique design shows Lady Liberty facing left while wearing a feathered Indian headdress. The headband bears the inscription "LIBERTY" while Miss Liberty' mouth is shown ever so slightly agape. The year-date appears at the bottom rim and thirteen stars curl across the top rim. The edge features decorative stars that match the number of states in the Union (at the time).
The reverse, also designed by the sculptor Saint-Gaudens, depicts a bald eagle facing left and standing proudly. A bundle of arrows and an olive branch are placed beneath its talons. The issuing country "UNITED STATES OF AMERICA" runs along the top rim while the denomination "TEN DOLLARS" is found at the bottom rim. "E PLURIBUS UNUM" and "IN GOD WE TRUST" are found to the right and left of the eagle, respectively.
Not only is the $10 Indian Gold Coin NGC/PCGS MS64 an iconic collectible coin from the "Pre-1933" era of U.S. gold coins, but it also offers 0.48375 ozt of pure gold for investors. Either Professional Coin Grading Service (PCGS) or Numismatic Guaranty Corporation (NGC) will have certified this random date coin MS64. Get yours from Gainesville Coins today!