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$10 Gold Eagle Indian Head - Ex Jewelry (Random Year)

 
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$10 Gold Eagle Indian Head - Ex Jewelry (Random Year)

 

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The $10 Gold Eagle Indian Head was a revolutionary and a radical design for that time. It is an amalgamation of femininity and masculinity which culminated into a beautiful yet unconventional design on the obverse featuring Lady Liberty wearing a War Bonnet. This is the result of President Theodore Roosevelt wanting to beautify the American coins. The rare and beautiful design for this coin was created by the famous Sculptor August Saint­-Gaudens with several suggestions by the President. These coins were minted irregularly from 1907-1933 by the US Mint. These $10 Gold Eagle Indian Heads were the final series of $10 gold coins struck for commerce.

Coin Features:

  • Contains .4838 troy oz., purity of 90% gold.
  • Eligible for Precious Metal IRA.
  • Ex Jewelry Condition.
  • Obverse: A beautiful leftward facing portrait of Lady Liberty wearing a war bonnet with her curls flowing out of it. The motto “LIBERTY” inscribed on the band of the bonnet. Encircled by 13 stars on top and date below.
  • Reverse: Features a majestic bald eagle perched on a bunch of arrows holding an olive branch in its talons. Inscriptions: "United States of America", "E Pluribus Unum," “IN GOD WE TRUST,” and “TEN DOLLARS.”
  • Designed by Augustus Saint­-Gaudens.
  • Minted from 1907-­1933, dates and mint mark will be chosen randomly based on availability.
  • U.S. Mint issue from the following mints: Philadelphia, San Francisco, or Denver.
  • Individual coins will come in protective plastic flips. Multiples of 20 will come in protective plastic tubes.
  • 100% Authentic.

Why buy the $10 Gold Eagle Indian Head - Ex Jewelry (Random Year)?

  • Pre-­1933 gold coins like the Gold Eagle Indian Head have historical significance and their beauty, age, and rarity have increased their demand in the market.
  • Unlike the hourly change in gold and silver prices, the Pre-­1933 gold coins rarely have an hourly fluctuation.
  • Gold Eagle Indian Head are rare coins hence they have the ability to outperform bullion.
  • The Pre-­1933 coins have an exemption from confiscation.
  • Sales of U.S. rare coins are non­-reportable, whereas it requires dealers to file a 1099-­B of their profit with the I.R.S. for a sale of modern bullion coins over 25 ounces.
  • On many occasions the market has shown a sustainable demand and increase in price for U.S. rare coins leading to a double profit opportunity.
  • These coins are made from 0.900 fine gold and contain 10% copper alloy which makes them strong and durable towards damage and easy to store.
  • Helps diversify investment portfolio.

President Theodore Roosevelt is known for his dynamic qualities and never feared new ideas or changes. In order to elevate the artistic value of the United States coins, which had not seen much change for the past 60 years, and the designs that he personally felt were hideous, he had commissioned a famous sculptor of that time Augustus Saint­-Gaudens. It was Gaudens’ responsibility to provide beautiful designs with a modern touch that would signify America’s freedom of thought. Gaudens was assigned to create fresh new designs for 5 coins altogether; the Double Eagle ($20), Eagle ($10), Half Eagle ($5), Quarter Eagle ($2.5), and the cent.

In 1933 as per the order of President Franklin Roosevelt, the gold coin production was stopped by the mint, thereby putting an end to the Indian Head Gold Eagle and other denominations. Most of these coins were melted as per the government order. All that is now remaining is ones that were hidden from the government or those that were sent to Europe before 1933. Hence, these coins have a lot of historical significance and due to their scarcity they have high demand.

At Bullion Exchanges you can buy these $10 Gold Eagle Indian Head at one of the most competitive prices in the industry.

Feel free to browse our vast collection of Pre-­1933 US Gold coins today to become a proud owner of an inseparable part of American coinage history. Feel free to contact us at 800­-852­-6884 if you have any questions in regards to any of our products.

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