US Liberty Head $10 Gold Eagle
was minted from 1838 to 1907. The world–famous portrait of Miss Liberty on the obverse and
the American Eagle on the reverse assure that these are heirloom–quality works of art.
The images for the $5, $10, and $20 Liberty Head gold coins was created by Christian Gobrecht whose design was inspired by a portrait of Venus.
Millions of the $10 Liberty Head or “Gold Eagle” gold coins were originally minted with only a very small number having survived in uncirculated, Mint
State 62 grade. Coins dated prior to 1900 are considerably rarer than later mintages.
The $10 gold Eagles are .4837 troy ounces of gold and are 90% pure gold with 10% copper.
Mint State 61
Mint State 62
Mint State 63
Mint State 64
Mint State 65
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