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Indian Head Gold 10 Eagles

Each Indian Head $10 Eagle Gold coin is minted with 0.4838 ozt of gold.


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The Indian Head $10 Eagle gold coins were minted from 1907 to 1933 and contain 0.48375 troy ounces of gold. The coins are made from an alloy of 90% gold and 10% copper, making them tangible assets that are valued not only for their gold content but also for their historical and collectible value. The weight of gold in each coin is approximately 0.4806 ounces.

The $10 Indian Gold piece is among the most beautiful coins issued by the US Mint and is highly sought after by collectors for its design and bought by investors as not only a store of value, but long term appreciation in numismatic value.

The obverse of the coin features a unique and iconic design of Lady Liberty, inspired by the Greek goddess Nike. She is depicted wearing a Native American headdress, symbolizing the American West. This design was originally created by Augustus Saint-Gaudens and was adapted for the coin. The word "LIBERTY" is inscribed on the headband of the headdress, and the year of issue is at the bottom.

The reverse of the coin showcases a standing bald eagle perched on a bundle of arrows and an olive branch. This design represents both the strength and the peace-loving nature of the country.

The motto "E PLURIBUS UNUM" (meaning "Out of Many, One") is inscribed on the left, and the denomination "TEN DOLLARS" is on the right. The words "UNITED STATES OF AMERICA" encircle the top of the design, with the motto "IN GOD WE TRUST" added in 1908, positioned to the left of the eagle.

Many bullion investors are drawn to raw, circulated $10 Liberty Gold Coins because of their connection to history as a store of value and wealth. These coins were issued by the US Mint and are currency. Premiums on circulated Pre-1933 gold coins have dropped in recent years making them an attractive investment.