$10 GOLD INDIAN
|XF/AU||Call for Current Price|
|MS-61||Call for Current Price|
|MS-62||Call for Current Price|
|MS-63||Call for Current Price|
|MS-64||Call for Current Price|
|MS-65||Call for Current Price|
Investment-Grade coins certified by either PCGS or NGC. The most popular Mint-State grades traded at RME range from XF/AU to MS-65. Contact RME at (602) 955-6500 for current market prices and inventory.
The History of the $10 Gold Indian
The $10 Indian was introduced in 1907, which ended the $10 Liberty’s production. As one of only two coins designed by Augustus Saint Gaudens, the $10 Indian is considered one of the most beautiful U.S. minted coins. The obverse (front) features the head of Liberty wearing an Indian war bonnet that says ‘LIBERTY’. 13 stars representing 13 colonies arc above Liberty’s head and the date appears at the bottom of the coin.
The reverse (back) shows a bald eagle standing among olive branches. The Latin phrase ‘E PLURIBUS UNUM’ is to the right of the eagle which means ‘Out of Many, One’. The words ‘UNITED STATES OF AMERICA’ and the denomination appear at the top and bottom of the coin, respectively. By an order of Congress, the motto ‘IN GOD WE TRUST’ was added to the coin in the middle of 1908.
The $10 Indian was minted in Denver, Philadelphia, and San Francisco.
1907-1916; 1926; 1930; 1932-1933
ACTUAL GOLD CONTENT
U.S MINT BRANCHES
Denver, Philadelphia, San Francisco
90% GOLD, 10% COPPER