These $10 Indians have met the test of time and survived the Gold Reserve Act of 1934 which outlawed most private ownership of gold. Remaining nearly uncirculated with just the slightest bit of wear, these gold coins circulated 80-100 years ago.
- Contains .4838 oz of Gold.
- Multiples of 20 are packaged in plastic tubes. All other coins will be in protective plastic flips.
- Obverse: Lady Liberty crowned with a war bonnet encircled by 13 stars with the word "Liberty" on her hair band and the date below.
- Reverse: Features a majestic bald eagle. Surrounding the eagle is “UNITED STATES OF AMERICA,” “E PLURIBUS UNUM,” “IN GOD WE TRUST” and the denomination "TEN DOLLARS."
- Designed by Augustus Saint-Gaudens and minted from 1907-1933.
- U.S. Mint issue from the following mints: Philadelphia, Denver or San Francisco.
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Dates on these random year coins will be of our choosing and may or may not vary, determined by stock on hand.
Popular Pre-1933 Gold Coins Holds Historical Significance
The $10 Indian Gold Eagle was an instantly popular success. It was minted from 1907 to 1933 and many of these minted coins survived the Gold Reserve Act of 1934. These Gold coins hold a denomination of $10 and widely considered one of the most beautiful and popular coins before 1933. Indian Gold coins were minted before Franklin Roosevelt required all Gold coins to be sent back to the Treasury to help combat the Great Depression. Popular among investors and collectors, the remaining $10 Indian Gold Eagles provide an important historical lesson with long-lasting value. The Indian Gold Eagles set the tone to beautify American coinage. The popular coin is highly sought after by collectors and investors today.
Invest in the $10 Indian Gold Eagle Coins
The $10 Indian Gold Eagle is a must-have for investors and collectors. Among one of the most popular Pre-1933 era Gold coins, these coins' value lies with the historical significance, beauty and content. These coins were circulated between 80 to 100 years ago, offering investors an opportunity to own a coin that is nearly 100 years old. Buyers can own history in the palm of their hands with these Gold coins. The coin's design and theme was unlike any other during that time, setting itself apart from other Gold coins. These Gold coins provide an excellent investment opportunity with valuable Gold content and price points.
Random Year Coin Provides Lasting Value and History Lesson
Minted between 1907 to 1933, every year provides an important historical lesson that makes these Gold coins special. The 26-year period saw many major historical events including World War I, the Great Depression, the expansion of the United States, the establishment of the federal income tax and four presidential changes. Mintage from year to year changes based on historical event or Gold supply, but each year presents an important piece to the $10 Indian Gold Eagle. These Gold coins provide lasting and excellent value and will diversify any Precious Metals portfolio.
Legislative Act Makes Coin Popular with Investors and Collectors
The significance of being a Pre-1933 Gold coin can not be understated. The surviving coins were owned by people all over the country. Hundreds of thousands of Gold coins were sent back to the Treasury, causing a significant reduction in how many people owned Gold. Today, any Gold coins that were minted before 1933 is a popular coin with investors and collectors. Another reason for its popularity lies with its popular design. The design itself was praised and is arguable the coin design that set a precedence for coinage beauty. The $10 Indian Gold Eagle is every bit an important coin for its place in history and beautiful features.