$10 Gold Eagle Liberty Head Extra Fine XF (Random Year)
90% & 40% US Silver Coins. 900 purity, the design and size of these coins may vary.
Some coins reportedly, have been found without the "IN GOD WE TRUST" banner on the reverse, above the eagle head. These coins besides numerous other US gold coins that date before 1933, are rare now owing to the fact that a huge volume of such coins were melted on executive order of then President Roosevelt.
It started out to stop hoarding gold, and quickly escalated, leading to criminalization of possessing gold. Due to scarcity of these coins, they have numismatic value associated to them. Revered to be a collector's item, these coins are also used as heirlooms.
Available in both raw and graded form, these coins come in variable sizes and designs. Another variant of this coin that was minted during 1838 and early 1839, which had the coronet of the liberty head closer to one of the stars, on the obverse.
Its intrinsic value is way higher than its face value now, but their comparative values were quite close, at the time of minting for the first time. Eligible for Precious Metals IRA. Extra Fine XF Very light wear on only the highest points.
Obverse - Features a liberty head facing towards the left designed by Christian Gobrecht. Her hair are tied in a bun and rest are secured with beaded strings, with "LIBERTY" inscribed coronet on her head. Thirteen stars encircle the subject with each star representing US colonies. Year of mintage is mentioned at the bottom, between first and the thirteenth star.
Reverse - Features the iconic great US seal, with a bald eagle sporting a shield with its wings fully spread. An inspiration from US Seal, the heraldic eagle is holding three arrows and olive branches in its talons. Features "IN GOD WE TRUST" banner on top and encircled with the denomination, and "UNITED STATES OF AMERICA" inscribing. Dates will be chosen randomly and are determined by our available inventory on hand. Mint from the following mints: Philadelphia, Denver, Carson City, San Francisco, or New Orleans. Possesses high collectible value because of age, design, and significance. Has investment value due to its bullion content. Potential to fetch a high premium depending on the condition of the coin and its scarcity. These coins are considered heirlooms and collector's items, hence there is a protection from seizure by the United States Treasury by Law. Precious metals like gold have a base value which does not change over longer duration of time, despite volatility in shorter durations. Investing in Gold Eagle Liberty Head coin can be a good decision considering the fact that not many of these coins in extra fine condition are in circulation. These are relatively rare coins as pre-1933 US gold coins were melted in huge numbers. These coins have a very good chance of fetching high premium value above gold spot price owing to its numismatic value. Like all of our other gold coins, this one is guaranteed to be 100% authentic. By purchasing from Bullion Exchanges, you are agreeing to all of our Terms and Policies.
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Country/Region of Manufacture: United States
Coin: US Pre-1933 Gold Bullion