First Year of Issue with No Motto ("In God We Trust" omitted) design. Graded by NGC as MS-61, this 1907 $10 Indian has tremendous detail and eye appeal.
- Contains .4838 oz of Gold.
- NGC encapsulation authenticates and protects the condition of the coin.
- First Year of Issue.
- 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" and the denomination.
- Edge: Raised stars.
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This coin was originally designed as a high relief and looked more like a medal, but was lowered for a number of reasons namely because they did not stack well and because they had to be struck multiple times which wore out the dies quicker than normal. Augustus Saint-Gaudens also designed the more famous $20 Saint Double Eagle which was also struck in High Relief first and without a motto. 1907 $10 Indians, 1907 Saints, and most 1908 Saints do not bear the motto "In God We Trust" as it was not required by law to use this motto on coinage. President Roosevelt even defended Saint Gaudens' omission by stating that it was a profane use of God's name.
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