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Austin Rare Coins specializes in rare and valuable Pre-1933 Gold Coins certified by NGC and PCGS. This area of the coin market offers solid value over the long-term and we focus on acquiring coins with exceptional eye appeal and strong price history.

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  • AU - 53 1883 CC $20 Liberty Head Gold NGC Certified

    This is the largest denomination of all regular United States issues and was authorized to be coined by the Act of March 3, 1849. 

    This coin is from the highly coveted Carson City Mint, they only struck 19 different dates ranging from (1870 – 1893) and this particular year had a very low mintage of only 59,962 pieces.


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    $6,400.00

  • Panama Pacific $1 Gold Commemorative PCGS MS 64

    The 1915 Panama Pacific Commemorative Gold Dollars are 20th century gold rarities with a unique design and interesting history. In today's marketplace, we firmly believe that certified Mint State 64 examples are undervalued at current price levels. Only 15,000 of them were struck to commemorate the 1915 Pan-Pac Exposition, and very few have survived today in MS-64 condition. A decade ago, these very same coins brought over $2,500 each. The obverse shows the head of a man, representing a Panama Canal Laborer. On the back, two dolphins encompass ONE DOLLAR. Each coin is certified by PCGS in MS 64 condition. Highly recommended. Learn More

    Regular Price: $812.50

    Special Price $785.00

  • MS - 64 1907 $10 Indian Head Gold NGC/PCGS Certified

    $10 Indian Head Gold (1907 – 1933) No Motto IN GOD WE TRUST on Reverse (1907 – 1908) Motto IN GOD WE TRUST on Reverse (1908 – 1933)

    The highly prized $10 Indian Gold Coins were authorized in 1907 by President Roosevelt. Each coin contains .48375 Oz. pure Gold.

    He commissioned Augustus Saint-Gaudens, one of America's greatest sculptors, to set a new high standard in the art of American Coinage after growing weary of the Liberty Head design employed since 1838.

    The first of these coins stuck had no motto IN GOD WE TRUST, unlike the later issues, starting in 1908. President Roosevelt personally objected to the use of the Deity’s name on coins.

    The $10 Indian Head Gold Coins were struck in Philadelphia, Denver, and San Francisco.

    The famed 1920 – S $10 Indian Head MS – 67, auctioned in 2007 for $1,725,000.00!

    These 1907 $10 Indian Head coins are a first year of issue, and the only year for the coins to not carry the motto In God We Trust.

    There are only 32 total coins in the $10 Indian Head program and there are only 15 coins that have lower mintage numbers than the 1907’s. These rank number 16 out of 32 for overall production, and since they are a first year of issue, they will always be more sought after.

    Compared to the 1932 $10 Indian Head coins the 1907 date is 32 times rarer. There were only 239,406 of the 1907 $10 Indian Head minted, the 1932 $10 Indian Head had 4,463,000. 

    Each coin is slabbed and certified by either NGC or PCGS in MS - 64 condition and they will come packaged in NGC/PCGS certified boxes of 20.

     

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    Regular Price: $4,380.00

    Special Price $4,250.00

  • MS - 63 1907 $10 Indian Head Gold NGC/PCGS Certified

    $10 Indian Head Gold (1907 – 1933) No Motto IN GOD WE TRUST on Reverse (1907 – 1908) Motto IN GOD WE TRUST on Reverse (1908 – 1933)

    The highly prized $10 Indian Gold Coins were authorized in 1907 by President Roosevelt. Each coin contains .48375 Oz. pure Gold.

    He commissioned Augustus Saint-Gaudens, one of America's greatest sculptors, to set a new high standard in the art of American Coinage after growing weary of the Liberty Head design employed since 1838.

    The first of these coins stuck had no motto IN GOD WE TRUST, unlike the later issues, starting in 1908. President Roosevelt personally objected to the use of the Deity’s name on coins.

    The $10 Indian Head Gold Coins were struck in Philadelphia, Denver, and San Francisco.

    The famed 1920 – S $10 Indian Head MS – 67, auctioned in 2007 for $1,725,000.00!

    These 1907 $10 Indian Head coins are a first year of issue, and the only year for the coins to not carry the motto In God We Trust.

    There are only 32 total coins in the $10 Indian Head program and there are only 15 coins that have lower mintage numbers than the 1907’s. These rank number 16 out of 32 for overall production, and since they are a first year of issue, they will always be more sought after.

    Compared to the 1932 $10 Indian Head coins the 1907 date is 32 times rarer. There were only 239,406 of the 1907 $10 Indian Head minted, the 1932 $10 Indian Head had 4,463,000. 

    Each coin is slabbed and certified by either NGC or PCGS in MS - 63 condition and they will come packaged in NGC/PCGS certified boxes of 20.

     

    Want to learn more about the Semi-Numismatic Coin Market?

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    Regular Price: $2,580.00

    Special Price $2,495.00

  • MS - 62 1907 $10 Indian Head Gold NGC/PCGS Certified

    $10 Indian Head Gold (1907 – 1933) No Motto IN GOD WE TRUST on Reverse (1907 – 1908) Motto IN GOD WE TRUST on Reverse (1908 – 1933)

    The highly prized $10 Indian Gold Coins were authorized in 1907 by President Roosevelt. Each coin contains .48375 Oz. pure Gold.

    He commissioned Augustus Saint-Gaudens, one of America's greatest sculptors, to set a new high standard in the art of American Coinage after growing weary of the Liberty Head design employed since 1838.

    The first of these coins stuck had no motto IN GOD WE TRUST, unlike the later issues, starting in 1908. President Roosevelt personally objected to the use of the Deity’s name on coins.

    The $10 Indian Head Gold Coins were struck in Philadelphia, Denver, and San Francisco.

    The famed 1920 – S $10 Indian Head MS – 67, auctioned in 2007 for $1,725,000.00!

    These 1907 $10 Indian Head coins are a first year of issue, and the only year for the coins to not carry the motto In God We Trust.

    There are only 32 total coins in the $10 Indian Head program and there are only 15 coins that have lower mintage numbers than the 1907’s. These rank number 16 out of 32 for overall production, and since they are a first year of issue, they will always be more sought after.

    Compared to the 1932 $10 Indian Head coins the 1907 date is 32 times rarer. There were only 239,406 of the 1907 $10 Indian Head minted, the 1932 $10 Indian Head had 4,463,000. 

    Each coin is slabbed and certified by either NGC or PCGS in MS - 62 condition and they will come packaged in NGC/PCGS certified boxes of 20.

    Want to learn more about the Semi-Numismatic Coin Market?

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    Regular Price: $1,920.00

    Special Price $1,885.00

  • MS - 61 1907 $10 Indian Head Gold NGC/PCGS Certified

    $10 Indian Head Gold (1907 – 1933) No Motto IN GOD WE TRUST on Reverse (1907 – 1908) Motto IN GOD WE TRUST on Reverse (1908 – 1933)

    The highly prized $10 Indian Gold Coins were authorized in 1907 by President Roosevelt. Each coin contains .48375 Oz. pure Gold.

    He commissioned Augustus Saint-Gaudens, one of America's greatest sculptors, to set a new high standard in the art of American Coinage after growing weary of the Liberty Head design employed since 1838.

    The first of these coins struck had no motto IN GOD WE TRUST, unlike the later issues, starting in 1908. President Roosevelt personally objected to the use of the Deity’s name on coins.

    The $10 Indian Head Gold Coins were struck in Philadelphia, Denver, and San Francisco.

    The famed 1920 – S $10 Indian Head MS – 67, auctioned in 2007 for $1,725,000.00!

    These 1907 $10 Indian Head coins are a first year of issue, and the only year for the coins to not carry the motto In God We Trust.

    There are only 32 total coins in the $10 Indian Head program and there are only 15 coins that have lower mintage numbers than the 1907’s. These rank number 16 out of 32 for overall production, and since they are a first year of issue, they will always be more sought after.

    Compared to the 1932 $10 Indian Head coins the 1907 date is 32 times rarer. There were only 239,406 of the 1907 $10 Indian Head minted, the 1932 $10 Indian Head had 4,463,000. 

    Each coin is slabbed and certified by either NGC or PCGS in MS - 61 condition and they will come packaged in NGC/PCGS certified boxes of 20.

     

    Want to learn more about the Semi-Numismatic Coin Market?

    Click Here: Tier II: Investment-Grade Pre-1933 U.S. Gold Coins

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    Regular Price: $1,298.00

    Special Price $1,275.00

  • AU - 58 1861 P $20 Liberty Head Gold PCGS Certified

    $20 Liberty Head Gold (1849 – 1907) 

    This is the largest denomination of all regular United States issues and was authorized to be coined by the Act of March 3, 1849. 

    The $20 Liberty Head Gold Coins were struck in Philadelphia, Carson City, Denver, New Orleans and San Francisco, with three different types: 

    Type I (1849 – 1866) Without Motto “In God We Trust” on Reverse. 

    Type II (1866 – 1876) With Motto “In God We Trust” Above the Eagle. 

    Type III (1876 – 1907) With Motto “In God We Trust” Value spelled TWENTY DOLLARS. 

    The $20 Liberty Head Gold coins are highly prized by investors and collectors alike and most coins that were minted have been lost, destroyed or melted.

    The famed 1861 $20 Liberty Head Paquet Reverse MS – 61, auctioned in 2014 for $1,645,000.00!

    This is one of the rare chances that you can get the same date as the Paquet Reverse for a fraction of the price. 

    Although this coin is not a Paquet Reverse, the 1861 date is a prized dated for collectors and investors alike.

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    $4,608.00

  • AU - 53 1861 P $20 Liberty Head Gold PCGS Certified

    $20 Liberty Head Gold (1849 – 1907) 

    This is the largest denomination of all regular United States issues and was authorized to be coined by the Act of March 3, 1849. 

    The $20 Liberty Head Gold Coins were struck in Philadelphia, Carson City, Denver, New Orleans and San Francisco, with three different types: 

    Type I (1849 – 1866) Without Motto “In God We Trust” on Reverse. 

    Type II (1866 – 1876) With Motto “In God We Trust” Above the Eagle. 

    Type III (1876 – 1907) With Motto “In God We Trust” Value spelled TWENTY DOLLARS. 

    The $20 Liberty Head Gold coins are highly prized by investors and collectors alike and most coins that were minted have been lost, destroyed or melted.

    The famed 1861 $20 Liberty Head Paquet Reverse MS – 61, auctioned in 2014 for $1,645,000.00!

    This is one of the rare chances that you can get the same date as the Paquet Reverse for a fraction of the price. 

    Although this coin is not a Paquet Reverse, the 1861 date is a prized dated for collectors and investors alike.

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    $3,392.00

  • 1876-S $20 Liberty PCGS About Uncirculated 58 With Newspaper

    With a relatively low mintage of 1.59 million and a survival rate of under 12,500 in all grades combined, the 1876 San Francisco Double Eagle appears to be a very good buy at current price levels. Between both grading services combined, only 3700 have been graded in AU-58 with around 4700 finer, placing these well in the top half of known survivors. Containing just under an ounce of pure gold, Double Eagles were struck in three different design types from 1850-1907, and these fall under the Type 2 category, from 1866-1876. Each coin will come with an authentic newspaper from 1876 from the West Coast. These newspapers are fascinating in their own right and the articles and advertisements found within really add a lot of color and character to the coin purchase. Each coin will also be sent in a beautiful wooden display case, making for an excellent gift or display. Learn More

    Regular Price: $1,760.00

    Special Price $1,559.00

  • AU - 50 1884 CC $20 Liberty Head Gold NGC Certified

    This is the largest denomination of all regular United States issues and was authorized to be coined by the Act of March 3, 1849.

    This coin is from the highly coveted Carson City Mint, they only struck 19 different dates ranging from (1870 – 1893)

    This lightly circulated Carson City example had a mintage of only 81,139!

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    $4,736.00

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