$10 Liberty Gold Eagle AU (Random Year)

$10 Liberty Gold Eagle AU (Random Year)
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These pre-33 Gold coins are a better value than most modern day 1/2 oz Gold bullion coins. Add this affordable coin to your investment portfolio today.

Coin Highlights:

  • Contains .4838 oz of Gold.
  • Multiples of 20 are packaged in plastic tubes. All other coins will be in protective plastic flips.
  • Obverse: Shows Liberty, facing left, encircled by 13 stars with the word "Liberty" on her hair band.
  • Reverse: Features a heraldic eagle with a shield on its breast. Surrounding the eagle is "UNITED STATES OF AMERICA" and the denomination.
  • Designed by Christian Gobrecht and minted from 1838-1907.
  • U.S. Mint issue from the following mints: Philadelphia, Carson City, Denver, New Orleans or San Francisco.

Protect your $10 Gold Eagle in style by adding an attractive display box to your order.

Many of these coins have been melted over the years, adding collectability to a classic Gold coin design. Enhance your collection by adding this $10 Liberty Gold Eagle to your cart today!

Dates on these random year coins will be of our choosing and may or may not vary, determined by stock on hand.

The history of Liberty Gold Eagle coins

Liberty Gold Eagle coins were in circulation in the United States from 1795 until 1933. These U.S. Mint Gold coins had different values which were determined by the Coinage Act of 1792, with the Quarter Eagle worth $2.50, the Half Eagle worth $5, the Eagle worth $10, and the Double Eagle worth $20, based on the price of Gold at the time. The Liberty Gold Eagle version of the Gold Eagle coins, with its Liberty head design, was minted from 1838 until 1907. All U.S. Gold coins were taken out of circulation in 1933 as a result of an executive order that made possession of monetary Gold illegal.

Why invest in the Liberty Gold Eagle?

The pre-1933 Liberty Gold Eagle is collectible and affordable, offering a better value than many modern day 1/2 oz Gold bullion coins. Many of these Liberty Gold Eagle coins, which contain .4838 oz of Gold, were melted over the years, increasing their collectibility and rarity. Each one of these U.S. Mint Gold coins arrives in a protective flip and multiples of 20 are packaged in plastic tubes. These Gold coins, which were designed by Christian Gobrecht and minted from 1838 to 1907, are a favorite among collectors and investors.

Buy Liberty Gold coins for their numismatic and investor value to add to your holdings.

When you buy U.S. Mint Gold coins, you are not paying the Gold spot price, instead you pay a premium Gold coin price. The price of Gold coins includes not only the raw Gold value, or the spot price, but also incorporates the cost of fabrication, distribution and a minimal dealer fee. Gold coins, like the Liberty Gold Eagle, also include numismatic, or collector value in the price, which may be influenced by historical value, beauty, rarity and mintage. Gold Eagle coins stand out because they have historical value and are more rare (due to many being melted down over the years), but these Gold coins still offer an affordable price so you can own a piece of history

Customer Reviews of $10 Liberty Gold Eagle AU (Random Year)
$10 Liberty Gold Eagle AU (Random Year)
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Beautiful Coin

By  J

from CA

5.0

Over all condition of the coin was exceptional.

Pros

  • Attractive Design
  • Mint Condition
  • Recognized Brand
  • Collectible (lower mintage)

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from TX

5.0

Accurately graded - a pretty piece, most pleased.

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Buy Gold in several different forms and understand the differences.

You can buy Gold coins, rounds or bars, each with a different premium over spot price. U.S. Mint Gold coins, and other sovereign Gold coins, are produced by government mints and exceed not only the face value of the coin, but the current price of Gold, due to their numismatic, or collector, value. In contrast to Liberty Gold Eagle and other coins, Gold bars have little to no numismatic value, so they have the least markup over Gold spot price, making them ideal for investors not interested in historical value or beauty. Not to be confused with Gold Eagle coins, Gold rounds have more in common with Gold bars, with similar markups and both are typically manufactured by private mints.

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