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Extra Fine or Better $10 Liberty Head Gold Eagles contain .4838 Troy Ounces of Pure Gold! Dates will ranges from 1838-1907.
Minted from 1838 to 1907, Provident Metals carries $10 Liberty Head Gold Eagles in Extra Fine Condition or Better (XF+).
Composed of .4838 Troy Ounces of .900 Pure Gold, each coin weighs 16.718 grams and has a diameter of 27mm—a tangible piece of American history you can hold in your hand, and store and transfer on your terms.
Often called the Coronet—thanks to the small crown atop Lady Liberty’s head—$10 Liberty Eagles were widely used as circulation coins. A large number were also melted down, thanks to gold confiscation in the 1930s, leaving them highly scarce in XF+ condition. Today, the coins are protected from seizure by the government of the United States.
$10 Liberty Gold Eagles were designed by Christian Gobrecht, Chief Engraver of the United States Mint from 1840 to 1844. With a reeded edge, the obverse of each Coronet was inspired by Benjamin West’s painting of Venus in Omnia Vincit Amor (Love Conquers All).
Lady Liberty’s hair is in a bun, with loose curls cascading down her neck. A coronet is on her head, inscribed with the word LIBERTY. She is surrounded by 13 stars, and the date is just beneath her. In 1839, Gobrecht changed the design slightly, centering Liberty’s bust directly above the date, where it remained for nearly 70 years.
The reverse of each $10 Gold Liberty features a bald eagle, wings spread with a shield across his chest. Arrows and an olive branch are grasped in his talons. The coin is inscribed with the words UNITED STATES OF AMERICA and its denomination, TEN D.
Above the eagle is a banner that reads IN GOD WE TRUST, added to the coin by Chief Engraver James Barton Longacre in 1866. The coins were minted in Philadelphia, New Orleans, Denver, Carson City and San Francisco, and mintmarks are found below the eagle.
Invest in gold—and a rare piece of American history—with $10 Liberty Eagle Gold Coins. Dates are of our choice, ranging from 1838 to 1907. Designs may vary slightly. Use our secure online ordering system and your gold will arrive in just days.
|Condition||XF or Better|
|Gold Content||Between 1/4 $ 1/2 ozt|
|Availability||Out of Stock|