Gold coins issued by the United States Mint prior to 1933 were not investment-grade gold wall street products, but rather circulation coins meant for use in commercial transactions. The Gold Eagle Series was the most prominent gold coin collection and debuted from the US Mint in 1795. The Indian Gold Eagle coins were available from 1907 to 1916 and sporadically afterward though 1933. Today, Pre-33 $10 Indian Gold Eagle Coins are available to you online from Wall Street Metals with PCGS or NGC certification.
- Arrives inside of the PCGS or NGC protective plastic slab!
- Available from 1907 to 1933!
- Limited availability of certified Indian Gold Eagles!
- Contains .48735 Troy oz of actual gold content.
- The face value of $10 (USD) is fully backed by the US government.
- Graded Mint State 62 by the Professional Coin Grading Service or Numismatic Guaranty Corporation.
- On the obverse is Lady Liberty.
- The reverse includes an American bald eagle.
The Indian Gold Eagle design from the US Mint was created by Augustus Saint-Gaudens and replaced Christian Gobrechts long-running left-profile bust of Lady Liberty. The Indian Gold Eagle coin was issued regularly from 1907 to 1916, suspended during much of World War I, and then issued sporadically through the 1933 cessation of gold coining in the United States.
All Pre-33 $10 Indian Gold Eagle Coins in this listing come with a Mint State 62 certification from the PCGS or NGC. Coins in this condition showcase impaired or dull luster with clusters of small marks visible throughout. There is also the potential for a few large marks or nicks within the primary focal areas.
On the obverse side of the Pre-33 $10 Indian Gold Eagle Coin is the left-profile portrait of Lady Liberty depicted as a Native American. The design includes a year of issue below her bust and 13 stars overhead. The design featured exclusively on the $10 Gold Eagle coin and was used through 1933.
The reverse face of the Pre-33 $10 Indian Gold Eagle went through various iterations. Also designed by Augustus Saint-Gaudens, this side features a bald eagle at rest on a quiver of arrows wrapped in an olive branch. The original 1907 and 1908 design lacked the national motto In God We Trust on this side. Starting in late 1908, the US Mint issued the coins with the motto engraved on this side as well.
Wall Street Metals cannot guarantee you a specific date mark through this product listing. Your coin will be chosen from our warehouse when your order is processed for shipping. Date marks range from 1907 to 1933, and may or may not feature the national motto depending upon that date mark.