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1901-S 10 Dollar Gold Liberty PCGS MS63 with Motto
These San Francisco Liberty Head Eagles Meant Business!
In the days long before electronic bank transfers and computerized balances, transferring money involved actually handing over coins and currency. And, when it came to making quick work of transactions without any questions, the coin of choice for many businesses was the Eagle. With nearly a half ounce of 90% pure gold, this 10 dollar legal-tender coin fueled countless purchases and deals between large commercial and international businesses during the 19th and early 20th centuries. When you had an Eagle, there was absolutely no doubt about how much value was in your hand -- no matter where you were in the world!
As you can imagine, this kind of heavy commerce can wear a gold coin down. In fact, even though these Eagles were minted in decent quantities, their constant use combined with the gold recall of 1933 evaporated the vast majority of these coins. Pretty much the only ones that still exist today were those held overseas during much of the 20th century.
So, the fact that our buyers found a selection of these San Francisco-minted Liberty Head Eagles was reason enough to raise some eyebrows. But, add in that these Eagles are uncirculated, and you have something to get excited about! Each of these "S" mintmark-sporting 1901 Liberty Head Eagles is graded Mint State-63 (MS63) by Professional Coin Grading Service (PCGS) and comes sonically-sealed in an acrylic holder to give you the best in protection while providing unobstructed views to every gorgeous detail. After more than a century, it's time for one of these 1901 Eagles to come home to your collection. Don't wait -- secure yours now!
|Year of Issue||1901|
|Mint Name||San Francisco - S, U.S. Mint|
|Coin Weight||16.7 Grams - g|