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$10 Gold Liberty

The $10 Liberty Head, produced between 1838 and 1907, is one of the most famous U.S. Eagle gold coins ever made. It’s also one of the most circulated coins in U.S. history. Liberty Eagles are known for their attractive design and historical significance — during the Civil War, hoarding was common, with individual coins routinely selling for $25 in paper currency. Today, if you’re looking to buy a $10 Liberty gold coin, you can do so with confidence at Mint State Gold. We have several attractive examples available for sale in our online store. Browse current products using the links on this page.

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Design and Production Details

$10 Liberty Head Eagles have a nearly 70-year production history. The coin’s obverse features the figure of Lady Liberty in profile, surrounded by a ring of 13 stars, with the minting date below. The 1816 Coronet Head large cent formed the basis for this design, and the $10 coin is sometimes called a Coronet Eagle as a result. On the reverse is a bald eagle in flight — in one of its talons is an olive branch, while the other holds three arrows.

The only significant change to occur during the $10 Liberty Eagle’s production run took place in 1866. Following an act of Congress, the reverse of the coin was altered to include the motto “IN GOD WE TRUST” above the eagle’s head. This persisted until the Liberty Eagle was phased out in 1907.

Investing in Liberty Eagle Coins

$10 Liberty Eagle coins are made from almost a half-ounce of 90% pure gold, which today would measure between 20 and 22 karats. One of the main benefits of purchasing a Liberty Eagle as opposed to a newer bullion product is that they’re considered collectible items rather than investments. As a result, investors aren’t required to include them on a 1099 reporting form — a fact that has both tax and privacy advantages.

Gold has long been purchased as an alternative to the uncertainty of stocks, currency, and other investments. If you’re new to investing, we’ve put together an extensive library of resources where you can learn more about U.S. Liberty coins, as well as grading, certification, and other more general aspects of buying gold coins online.

Shop Our Inventory Online

Our inventory includes many fine examples of $10 Liberty Eagle gold coins. We have a selection of products from different years in About Uncirculated (AU) and Brilliant Uncirculated (BU) condition, as well Mint State (MS) coins certified by either the Professional Coin Grading Service (PCGS) or the Numismatic Guaranty Corporation (NGC). All numismatic products, including our $10 Gold Liberty Eagles, fall under our 14-day satisfaction guarantee. We also offer free shipping on all orders.

If you require assistance with any matter, our team has more than 50 years of experience in rare coins. We can help you put together a package of products based on your investment or collecting goals. Call or email our office to get started today.

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