$10 Indian Head Gold Coin (1908-1933)
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Gold has always been treasured for its beauty and lasting value, and classic United States gold coins are the most respected and sought-after in the world. But the last circulating gold coins were minted more than 70 years ago, and over 90% of all U.S. gold coins were melted by the U.S. government in the 1930's. Millions more were melted for quick profits when the price of gold bullion shot up. As a result, only a tiny fraction of the original coins remain – especially in Extremely Fine condition.
This is the perfect time to start – or add to – your collection of United States gold coins. However, you must order now, because the rising cost of gold means that today's low prices could soon be just a memory!
Indian Head Gold coins are the most stunning coins in history – as well as the last gold coins made for circulation. The $2.50 and $5 gold coins are the only U.S. coins with "incuse" designs that are sunk into the surface rather than standing above it. The $10 and $20 coins were created by legendary sculptor Augustus Saint-Gaudens and are America's most beautiful coins.
Our Indian Head Gold Coin Includes Certificate of Authenticity bearing the signature mark of Jay W. Johnson, former Director of the U.S. Mint. Each coin is in Very Fine or Better Condition, individually protected in a house slab and housed in a handsome cherrywood-finish display case.
Issuing Country: United States of America
Face value: 10 Dollar
Metal: 90% Gold, 10% Copper
Diameter: 27 mm
Weight: 16.72 grams