January 12th, 2018
In the late 1800’s the United States was enjoying ever-broader recognition of its industrial prowess, as inventions including the sewing machine, internal combustion engine, phonograph and telephone transformed the face of humanity.Eager to manifest the country’s rising stature, the U.S. Mint continued producing of $5 and $10 Gold coins that include distinctly American images includinglady liberty and the American bald eagle.
In 1903, in recognition of its native people, the $10 Indian Gold coin features a male figure in a native American headdress with 13 colony-harkening stars over his head.Although born in Ireland, $10 Indian Gold coin sculptor Augustus Saint-Gaudenswas raised in New York, and leveraged his American experience to capture for posterity a national sentiment that appreciates the past while looking forward to a bright future. Few realized the Great Depression was just around the corner or that, in response, President Roosevelt would abruptly end the circulation of gold coins in 1933.
Given this historical context, the $10 Liberty Gold and $10 Indian Gold Eagle coins are sought after by experienced coin dealers and serious collectors everywhere, who rightfully anticipate long-term value appreciation from their $10 Gold coin investments. PMJ Coins has secured a choice collection of PCGS, NGC, ANACS and GSA-certified coins with the best prices for rare coins, proof setsand ancient currencies the market has to offer. Contact PMJ Coins today.
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