10 Dollar Eagle Liberty Head Gold Coin | 1838-1907 | USA
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 “Liberty Head” $10 Gold coin was minted from 1838-1907 and is an American classic. Designed by Christian Gobrecht, each coin is 90% gold and 10% copper with a weight of .4838 ounces.
The 10 Dollar Liberty Head Gold coin was produced at US Mint facilities in Philadelphia, San Francisco, Denver, New Orleans and Carson City.
The front side depicts a portrait of Lady Liberty with the word “LIBERTY” engraved on her coronet. There are also 13 stars that surround the outer edge.
The reverse side shows a bald eagle with outstretched wings. “UNITED STATES OF AMERICA” is inscripted around the outer edge. The nominal value of “TEN D” can be seen below.
There are two slightly different versions of the reverse side of the coin. The $10 Liberty Head minted from 1866-1907 will show the motto “In God We Trust” above the eagle. Pre-1866 versions will not have this motto. Also, the 1838-1839 version will show a slightly different portrait of Lady Liberty, however, this edition is very rare.
Manufacturer: US Mint
Country of Origin: United States
Weight: .4838 ounces
Diameter: 27 mm
Purity: 90% Gold
Date of Issue: 1838-1907
Denomination: 10 Dollars
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