Product Details: $10 Indian Head St Gaudens AU-BU
Random Year 1907-1929 guaranteed to be AU-BU condition
The $10 Indian Head gold coin, also known as the Eagle, was a gold coin produced by the United States Mint from 1907 to 1933. The coin features a portrait of a Native American on the obverse side, designed by sculptor Augustus Saint-Gaudens. The portrait is highly detailed and depicts a Native American man wearing a headdress, with the word “Liberty” inscribed above his head.
On the reverse side, the coin features a bald eagle with outstretched wings, standing on an olive branch and a bundle of arrows, symbolizing peace and preparedness for war. The eagle is surrounded by the words “United States of America” and the denomination “Ten Dollars.”
The $10 Indian Head gold coin has a diameter of 27 mm and a weight of 16.72 grams. It was produced in Philadelphia, Denver, and San Francisco mints, with varying mint marks on the reverse side. The coin was minted in 90% gold and 10% copper, giving it a distinctive golden hue.
The $10 Indian Head gold coin was highly prized by collectors for its intricate design and historical significance. It was also widely used as currency during the early 20th century. Today, these coins are highly sought after by collectors and investors alike, and are considered to be valuable pieces of American history. Due to the limited number of coins minted and their historical significance, $10 Indian Head gold coins often command high prices on the collector’s market.