$10 Gold Eagle Liberty Head - Almost Uncirculated AU (Random Year)
The $10 Gold Eagle Liberty Head was first struck in 1838 and were in production until 1907 for $10, the largest gold denomination issued under the Mint Act of 1792. The size and design of these coins might vary from one coin to another, but all have the purity of .900. The second and third year of production of these coins saw a huge difference, in design. In the 1838 and 1839 minted coins, the location of the tip of the coronet close to one of the stars, hence the name Coronet series. Another change that is noticeable is that the shoulders line of Liberty has been placed directly between the stars on the twelfth and the thirteenth positions. The later modification of bust by Christian Gobrecht, the designer of Liberty design on the obverse of the coin stayed till the end of the series. These coins are available in various sizes, grades, and designs, based upon circulation and year of mintage by US Mint.
These coins contain numismatic value and hence their value would be more than the value of a similar gold coin, in size and weight. These Pre-1933 US Gold Coins are also passed down through generations, and hence have a collector’s value.
U.S. Mint issue from the following mints: Philadelphia, Denver, Carson City, San Francisco, or New Orleans.
Top 5 Reasons Why You Should Buy It
Excellent hedge against inflation.
These Liberty Head Coins are quite rare, and would possess even higher numismatic value in the near future. It is a great collector’s item, and certainly a good choice for an heirloom. Investment in silver, gold, and other precious metals can help you and your future generations to fend against the dropping value of currency and geopolitical instability.
Like all of our other gold coins, this one is guaranteed to be 100% authentic. Item will be wrapped and packaged safe for delivery.