The beautiful and popular $10 Indian gold coins were authorized in 1907 by President Roosevelt. He commissioned Augustus Saint-Gaudens, one of America’s greatest sculptors, to set a new high standard in the art of coinage after growing weary of the Liberty Head design employed since 1838. Their goal was to create a fresh new series of U.S. Mint coinage. For the $10 series, Saint-Gaudens created an extremely beautiful design, the head of Liberty crowned by an American Indian war bonnet.
Featuring Magnificent Designs
On the reverse, each $10 Indian gold coin features a majestic guardian eagle with the words “E Pluribus Unum”. The edge of each gold piece has 46 raised stars. Two more stars were added after 1912 when New Mexico and Arizona joined the Union.
Each coin contains nearly a half-ounce of pure gold and all have been inspected and guaranteed to be in the assigned grade. Photo is not the coin you will receive. Our choice of dates and mints will apply.