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.
Filed Rims - AU Details. 13 Leaves. From the first year the U.S. Mint struck gold coinage. Just 5,083 minted with an estimated 400 to 600 survivors.
Large Eagle. Strong even detail for the grade and a pleasing problem-free coin with straw gold surfaces. The perfect coin for a collector looking for a decent early 'Ten' at an "affordable" price.
A well-detailed early 'Ten'.
This scarce date had a mintage of 11,800 and must have seen heavy circulation as none have graded above AU-55 at PCGS. It is estimated that just 60 to 80 are known. This is a pleasing high-end VF that just misses an XF grade.
A mere 16,500 minted with an estimated 80 to 100 survivors and none grading mint state at PCGS or NGC.
Very well struck with flashy mint luster and extremely clean surfaces for the grade. 1878 is a truly scarce date in mint state with coins above MS-62 being rarely available.
Crisp luster and a sharp strike. A modest mintage of 208,700 coins.
CAC. A tough date, particularly in high grade, with just 13 coins grading finer at PCGS - all MS-63. This example is well struck with nice satiny orange-gold luster.
Sharply struck and very flashy with frosted design features and proof-like fields. A very tough date with just 21,335 minted and popular as is all New Orleans Mint gold.
Well struck with rich yellow-gold luster. 648,700 minted with the finest survivor grading just MS-64.
With a mintage of just 4,440; 1889 Gold Eagles ae scarce in any grade with an MS-62 being the finest graded at PCGS. This example is well detailed with semi proof-like surfaces and just the barest touch of 'rub'.
Sharply struck with satiny yellow-gold luster. 425,400 minted.
CAC. Well detailed with nice original surfaces that retain considerable mint luster. A scarce date with a mintage of 25,000.
A pleasing example of this better New Orleans mint 'Ten' with flashy yellow-gold luster and a sharp strike. 98,000 minted.
Flashy gold luster and a solid strike. Very nice for the grade.
A splendid example of this first year Denver Mint gold eagle with flowing satiny mint luster and a bold strike. The surfaces are nearly perfect and the eye appeal is incredible.
Well struck with flashy orange-gold luster and nice clean surfaces. From the final year of the series and 1 of only 2 years that $10 Liberty's were struck at the Denver Mint.
Well struck with vibrant mint luster that has a faint orange hue.