This exquisite piece of currency is among the last remaining $10 Liberty Gold Eagle Coins produced by the US Mint. It is available and ready to ship in (BU) Brilliant Uncirculated condition. With a mintage period that spans over 69 years from 1838-1907, the Liberty Gold Eagle was the second of the $10 Gold Eagle designs. Because it was produced prior to the cessation of gold currency in 1933, it boasts an impressive purity of 90.0% that makes it a valuable bullion piece for both collectors and investors alike.
Actual gold content of 0.4838 troy oz.
Features .900 fine gold purity.
Issued by the US Mint with a $10 (USD) face value.
Features the design of Christian Gobrecht.
Available in BU (Brilliant Uncirculated) condition.
Individual coins ship in separate plastic sleeves.
The $10 Liberty Gold Eagle Coin was designed by artist, Christian Gobrecht. The obverse of the coin features his neoclassical rendition of the traditional Lady Liberty portrait. In this Greco-Roman inspired image, Lady Liberty appears in profile with her thick curls elegantly arranged beneath an inscribed crown. Framing her beautiful portrait is a border of thirteen stars to symbolize the original thirteen colonies. They are accompanied by the coin’s mintage year, which is engraved directly beneath the portrait.
Proudly embossed unto the reverse side of the coin is Gobrecht interpretation of the Heraldic Eagle, which features the national bird, armed with a shield, an olive branch and a set of arrows. The coin’s denomination and year of mintage have been engraved along the outer edge of the coin for reference.