Indian Head Gold Eagle (AU) 1907-1932
Note -- the $10 Indian Head Gold Eagle is not to be confused with the new American Gold Eagle Coin, which is a non-circulating modern coin produced for buyers who invest in gold bullion.
The Indian Head $10 Gold Eagle is extremely popular among collectors, both of which buy Indian Head Gold Eagles online in large numbers. Like the $20 Double Eagle of the same time period, the Indian Head $10 Gold Eagle was designed by Augustus Saint-Gaudens at the behest of President Theodore Roosevelt.
Production continued from 1907-1933, at which time the US abandoned the gold standard and ceased the manufacture of gold coins. Many Indian Head Gold Eagles were melted down, and several dates, such as the 1933 $10 Gold Eagle, are rarities. CBMint is the best place to buy Indian Head $10 Gold Eagle coins online, as we have the lowest prices, a great selection, and fully guarantee both the quality and authenticity of each coin.
Condition of $10 Indian Head Gold Eagles
This listing is for circulated $10 Indian Head Gold Eagle coins in About Uncirculated or better (AU-50) condition. When you buy $10 Gold Eagles online from CBMint in this grade, we guarantee that each coin is in AU (or better) condition. Note that images are merely examples of AU-50 Indian Head Gold Eagles -- the coins are selected at random from our current inventory.
Mint Dates of $10 Indian Head Gold Gold Eagles
Our inventory is constantly changing, so when you buy $10 Indian Head Gold Eagles online we cannot guarantee the availability of every possible combination of mint mark and mint date in the AU 50+ grade. However, we attempt to honor requests for specific mint years and mint marks. Simply include any such request with your order and we shall attempt to fulfill it.
CBMint is a full member of the American Numismatic Association, and as such, we have access to a wide network of numismatists and coin dealers. If you need help finding a specific year and grade of $10 Indian Head Gold Eagles, please call CBMint at 1-866-300-0504 and we will be happy to assist you.
Details of $10 Indian Head Gold Eagles
The designer of the coin, August Saint-Gaudens, was nominated by President Theodore Roosevelt to help redesign the coinage of the United States. For the $10 gold piece, he used imagery of Liberty in profile, wearing a Native American headdress, along with 13 stars and the mint date.
The reverse shows a large eagle perched on a group of arrows and an olive branch. Like the $20 Gold Double Eagle, early versions omitted the "In God We Trust" motto. This was later added to the reverse by an Act of Congress. Sadly, Saint-Gaudens died of cancer in 1907 and was unable to see the fruits of his labor, though the coins enjoy a reputation of beauty that persists to this day.
Investing in Indian Head $10 Gold Eagles
Coin collectors make up the largest group that is buying $10 Indian Head Gold Eagles, but bullion investors also show interest. Despite the numismatic value of the coin, AU Indian Head Gold Eagles are relatively common and carry low premiums, making them very affordable. Many investors buy $10 Gold Eagles when gold prices drop and wait for the coins to appreciate in value.
Buying $10 Indian Head Gold Eagles Online from CBMint -- Shipping and Insurance
Our expert staff uses great care when handling high value $10 Gold Eagles. When you are finished buying Gold Eagles online, we carefully place your order in protective and discrete packaging. Due to the value of Indian Head Gold Eagles, we also provide free shipping insurance. Shipping is also free to our customers in the continental United States.
Help with Buying Gold Eagles Online
CBMint strives to be the best place to buy $10 Gold Eagles online -- should you have any questions about these coins we have a host of resources to assist you, such as our FAQ, an Investing Guide, a Glossary, and a detailed Product Information Page. More help can be found through our Contact Us page, through our Live Chat feature, or by calling the CBMint toll-free number at 1-866-300-0504.
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