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10 Dollar Gold Eagles 1795 to 1933

The eagle was a base-unit of denomination issued only for gold coinage by the United States Mint. The eagle was the largest of the four main decimal base-units of denomination used for circulating coinage in the United States. These four main base-units of denomination were the cent, the dime, the dollar, and the eagle. The eagle base-unit of denomination served as the basis of the gold quarter-eagle, the gold half-eagle, the eagle, and the double-eagle coins. The one dollar and three dollar gold coins are part of the Dollar base unit.

The 10 Dollar Gold Eagle coin was minted from 1795 to 1933.

The Capped Bust Half Eagle 5 Gold Dollar coins were minted from 1795 to 1797. This 10 dollar gold coin was designed by the Mints Chief Engraver Robert Scot. Scot's depiction of Liberty on the new coins was a classical design, modeled after a Roman goddess, with hair rearranged and a large cap. The reverse depicted an eagle with widespread wings, perched on a palm branch with a wreath in its beak. Encircling the border is the inscription UNITED STATES OF AMERICA. No denomination or statement of value appears. Only about 14,000 coins were made.

1795 Capped Bust Eagle 10 Gold Dollar 1795 Capped Bust Eagle 10 Gold Dollar reverse

1795 Capped Bust Eagle 10 Gold Dollar

1802 Draped Bust Eagle 10 Gold Dollar 1802 Draped Bust Eagle 10 Gold Dollar reverse

1802 Draped Bust or Heraldic Half Eagle 10 Gold Dollar

The Draped Bust or Heraldic Eagle Half Eagles were producted from 1797 to 1804. Only 119,248 Heraldic Eagle $10 gold pieces were struck at the Philadelphia Mint between 1797 and 1804. All dates are scarce to extremely rare in any grade.

1851 Liberty Head Eagle 10 Gold Dollar 1851 Liberty Head Eagle 10 Gold Dollar reverse

1851 Liberty Head or Coronet Eagle 10 Gold Dollar

The Liberty Head or Coronet Eagles were designed by Acting Engraver Christian Gobrecht. Production of these coins ran from 1838 to 1907. Gobrecht’s design, also became the prototype for the half-eagle and large cent of 1839. It features a bust of Liberty facing left, wearing a coronet inscribed LIBERTY. Her hair is knotted in the back with hanging curls. Thirteen stars encircle the bust, with the date positioned below. The reverse depicts an eagle holding an olive branch and arrows, surrounded by the inscriptions UNITED STATES OF AMERICA and TEN D. Mintmarks are below the eagle.

1907 Indian Head Eagle 10 Gold Dollar 1907 Indian Head Eagle 10 Gold Dollar reverse

1907 Indian Head Eagle 10 Gold Dollar

The Indian Head Eagle 10 Gold Dollar was produced from 1907 to 1933. It was designed by American sculptor Augustus Saint Gaudens. The bust on the new eagle was almost identical to the Nike head (Victory) that Saint Gaudens designed for Sherman’s monument in New York’s Central Park. At Roosevelt’s insistence, she shed her laurel crown for a Indian feathered war bonnet. LIBERTY was inscribed on the Indian’s headdress, with 13 stars above the head and the date below. The reverse’s eagle stands on a bundle of arrows, with the motto E PLURIBUS UNUM to the right. Encircling the periphery above the eagle is the legend UNITED STATES OF AMERICA. Below is the denomination TEN DOLLARS.

10 Dollar Gold Eagles 1795 to 1933

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USA 10 DOLLARS GOLD EAGLE COIN DOLLAR 1893 AU

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1894 $10 Gold Liberty Head Eagle PCGS MS62

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1894 $10 Gold Liberty Head Eagle PCGS MS62

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1891 $10 Gold Liberty Head Eagle NGC MS63

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1843 O $10 Eagle Gold New Orleans Gold XF/ Low AU

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1891-CC Liberty Gold Eagle $10 Carson City Coin - ANACS VF20 Details - Rare!

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1894 $10 GOLD LIBERTY HEAD EAGLE NGC MS62

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1881 10 Gold Dollar 1881 10 Gold Dollar reverse

1881 Liberty Head Eagle 10 Gold Dollar

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