Featuring Magnificent Designs
On the obverse side, each $10 Indian gold coin features a majestic Guardian eagle with the words “E Pluribus Unum” on the reverse. 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.
In God We Trust
The first 1907 $10 Indians were missing the “In God We Trust” motto. President Roosevelt personally objected to the use of the Deity on coinage. But, after a public outcry, Congress returned the motto to the $10 Indians in 1908.
Brilliant Uncirculated, Mint Condition
The $10 Indian Head gold pieces we’re offering all have original mint luster and are Brilliant Uncirculated with no sign of wear. Photo is not the coin you will receive. Our choice of dates, mints and grading service will apply.