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$10 Liberty Coin

The $10 Liberty Head gold coin, often referred to as an Eagle, was first issued in 1838 and was discontinued in 1907. Millions of coins were issued over the years at several branch mints, however, most coins have been lost, melted, or destroyed. Because of their large size and high gold content (.48375 ounces) they are very popular with investors and collectors today. All coins in this section have been graded by either PCGS or NGC, the top two independent grading companies in the business. Questions? Call 1-800-928-6468 for up to the minute recommendations and quantity discounts.

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

    Why buy a modern, half ounce gold eagle when you can get a classic 100+ year old Liberty Head gold coin certified in Mint State 62 for the same price?

    Act now and take advantage of this special offer while supplies last.  Each coin in this release has been slabbed and certified by PCGS or NGC in Mint State-62 condition. Premiums for $10 Liberty Head coins are now at the lowest levels over gold melt value we've ever seen, which leads us to believe these offer the best value for the money at this moment in time.  

    Multiple coin orders will receive a variety of dates and/or mintmarks.  $10 Liberties contain just under a half-ounce (.48375 oz.) of pure gold and are private and non-reportable when bought and sold.  Looking for a specific year or mint mark? Give us a call at 1-800-928-6468.

    >Orders of twenty will come in NGC or PCGS storage boxes for convenient storage.

    >Want to learn more about the Semi-Numismatic Coin Market? Go to: Tier II: Investment-Grade Pre-1933 U.S. Gold Coins Learn More

    $758.10

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

    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. In 1838, the weight and diameter of the eagle were reduced and the obverse and reverse were redesigned. Liberty now faces left and the word LIBERTY is placed on the coronet.

    A more natural-appearing eagle is used on the reverse. The value TEN D., is shown for the first time on this denomination. $10 Liberty Head gold coins were struck in Philadelphia, New Orleans, Carson City, Denver and San Francisco.

    While supplies last, we have a great variety of dates and each one has been slabbed and certified by PCGS/NGC in MS-63 condition. Looking for a specific year or mint mark? Give us a call at 1-800-928-6468.

    *Population figures were last updated 7/21/17*

    Want to learn more about the Semi-Numismatic Coin Market? Go to: Tier II: Investment-Grade Pre-1933 U.S. Gold Coins

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    Regular Price: $767.20

    Special Price $765.00

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

    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. In 1838, the weight and diameter of the eagle were reduced and the obverse and reverse were redesigned. Liberty now faces left and the word LIBERTY is placed on the coronet.

    A more natural-appearing eagle is used on the reverse. The value TEN D., is shown for the first time on this denomination. $10 Liberty Head gold coins were struck in Philadelphia, New Orleans, Carson City, Denver and San Francisco.

    While supplies last, we have a great variety of dates and each one has been slabbed and certified by PCGS/NGC in MS-63 condition. Looking for a specific year or mint mark? Give us a call at 1-800-928-6468.

    *Population figures were last updated 7/21/17*

    Want to learn more about the Semi-Numismatic Coin Market? Go to: Tier II: Investment-Grade Pre-1933 U.S. Gold Coins

    Learn More
    $1,052.80

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