Product Description: $10 Gold Indian Cleaned / Low Premium Jewelry Grade
The $10 Gold Indian Head, minted briefly from 1907-1933, marked the end of the line for Indian gold eagle coins produced by the United States Mint. Since its discontinuation, locating one of these cherished collector’s items in satisfactory condition has grown increasingly challenging. Luckily, FMR Gold now offers access to newly cleaned $10 Indian Gold coins.
- Comes in protective plastic flips for safekeeping.
- Produced between 1908 and 1933.
- Famous Saint Gaudens designed coin
- Represents the final design in the US Eagle series.
- Contains .4838 Troy oz of actual gold content.
- Backed by the US government with a face value of $10 (USD).
- Obverse features an indigenous figure.
- Reverse showcases an American bald eagle
While individual mint states may vary, meticulous efforts have been made to eliminate any traces of residue or debris from these coins, allowing them to be appreciated at their fullest potential. Each coin holds approximately .48375 troy oz of gold content and is securely packaged in a vinyl case or protective tube to maintain its newly cleaned condition.
Being the concluding piece in the Gold Indian Series, the $10 Gold Indian underwent significant design changes. Instead of the customary depiction of a Native American in a feathered headdress, the front of the coin now portrays Lady Liberty adorned with the traditional headpiece. Another notable change was the shift from the original “sunken” or recessed design to a raised one, making a substantial impact on the coin’s appearance.
Despite the alterations to the front design, the back of the coin remained largely consistent with its predecessors. It still features the American bald eagle perched vigilantly on a pile of arrows intertwined with an olive branch. The inscriptions “In God We Trust” and “E Pluribus Unum” are positioned on the left and right of the eagle, respectively.