Ten Dollar Gold Coins or Eagles were made from 1795 to 1933. Several different types were made as follows: --- Capped Bust to Right, Small Eagle from 1795 to 1797 --- Capped Bust to Right, Heraldic Eagle from 1787 to 1804 --- Liberty Head from 1838 to 1907 --- Indian Head from 1907 to1933.
Ten Dollar Gold Coins were made in all the operating mints of the time and many rare and scarce dates exist.
Large Stars Obverse. Excellent detail with pleasing straw-gold surfaces. 37,449 minted with an estimated 300 to 400 survivors.
Large Stars Obverse. Boldly struck with flashy mint luster over semi proof-like surfaces. The marks that define the grade are relatively small and positioned to offer the least distraction. Additionally, there are none of the adjustment marks that are often seen on early gold. The eye appeal is outstanding and exceeds the technical grade!
Just 16,500 minted with an estimated 80 to 100 known survivors. Noe have graded mint state at NGC or PCGS.
Rare in all grades as just 12,000 were minted and an estimated 80 to 100 have survived. This example has solid detail and is attractive for the grade.
Flashy mint luster and a sharp strike. Few have survived finer with a 64 coin being the best PCGS has graded.
Flashy original luster and a sharp strike. Only 3 have graded numerically finer at PCGS.
CAC. 132,921 minted with few high grade survivors. This example has flashy original surfaces and a sharp strike. Just 8 have graded finer at PCGS: 7 in 63, 1 in 63+.
CAC. A better date with just 91,820 minted. This example is sharply struck with lovely orange-gold luster.
Well struck with flashy gold luster that has a faint orange tint. A modest 28,688 minted.
A pleasing example of this popular New Orleans 'Ten'.
Well struck with vibrant satiny yellow-gold luster and nice clean surfaces.
Well struck with lustrous apricot-gold surfaces. Just 17,000 minted.
A popular New Orleans mint 'Ten' with a modest 98,000 minted.
Well struck with original lustrous surfaces. A modest 98,000 struck.
A well struck and pleasing example of this popular New Orleans 'Ten'.
Well struck with flashy gold luster and strong eye appeal. There's a big jump in price above this grade with MS-63 coins being the finest graded at PCGS.
Satiny luster over pleasing surfaces. The highest graded at PCGS is a just an MS-64.
Rich lustrous surfaces and a sharp strike with minimal abrasions. P.Q. for the grade.