Struck from 1838-1907, the $10 Liberty holds the distinction of being the longest running series of United States coins ever produced by the United States Mint.
$10 Liberties were designed by Christian Gobrecht, a mint employee and artist who would later become the mint’s chief engraver. Ironically, Gobrecht is better known for designing the Seated Liberty Dollar and the aptly named Gobrecht Dollars than he was for the $10 Liberty whose lifespan was longer than both of those coins combined.
During their period of production, $10 was more than a week’s wages for most so these .48375 ounce Gold Coins were used mainly amongst various businesses and governments at the local, state, and national levels.
Each $10 Liberty Head Gold Coin has been independently inspected and certified by the uncompromising standards of Professional Coin Grading Service (PCGS) or Numismatic Guarantee Corporation (NGC
The $10 Liberty is one of the most historic and classic of all U.S. Mint Gold Coin designs. It features the Liberty head design on one side with a heraldic eagle on the reverse.
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