10 Dollar Eagle Indian Head Gold Coin | 1908-1933
The US mint was founded in 1792 and mints all circulating US-Dollar notes, coins and world famous gold and silver investment products, such as the American Eagle.
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The Indian Head $10 Gold coin was minted from 1907 to 1916 and then again in 1920, 1926, 1930 and from 1932-1933. Each coin weighs .48375 ounces with a purity of 90% gold.
The Indian Head design was the result of President Theodore Roosevelt’s commission to restore and beautify American gold coins.
Designed by famed American sculptor Augustus Saint-Gaudens.
The front side depicts “Lady Liberty” wearing a full Native American headdress. There are 13 stars that surround the top outer edge. The date of issue is below.
The reverse shows a bald eagle standing on a sheaf of arrows surrounded by an olive branch. Above the eagle are the words “UNITED STATES OF AMERICA”. The nominal value of “Ten-Dollars” is on the bottom outer edge.
Manufacturer: US Mint locations: Denver, Philadelphia, San Francisco
Country of Origin: United States
Weight: .48375 ounces
Diameter: 26.8 mm
Purity: 90% Gold
Date of Issue: (1907-1916) (1920) (1926) (1930) (1932-1933)
Denomination: 10 Dollars
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