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1907-1933 10 Dollar Gold Indian Type III NGC/PCGS MS62
Half-Ounce Last-Ever Gold Eagles Can Now Be Yours
Here's your chance to add this spectacular $10 Gold Indian to your collection. With nearly a half ounce of pure gold content, these Indian Gold coins are the last ever $10 gold coins struck by the mint for circulation. President Theodore Roosevelt proclaimed it to be one of the most beautiful coins minted since the days of ancient Greece and Rome, and when you hold this $10 Gold in your hands, there's no doubt you'll agree with our Rough Rider president. Now you can add this classic vintage Gold Eagle to your collection graded Mint State 62 (MS62) by Numismatic Guaranty Corporation (NGC) or Professional Coin Grading Service (PCGS).
- Each Coin is Struck in 90% Pure Gold-- The same precious gold content used on all vintage U.S. gold coins
- Designed by Augustus Saint-Gaudens-- One of the most celebrated coin designers in U.S. Mint history
- Coins Struck Between 1907 and 1933-- You will receive one of the historic coins, the date is our choice.
- A Vintage 20th Century U.S. Mint Gold Coin-- A great way to start or add to your collection of U.S. gold
- Contains Nearly a Half Ounce of Pure Gold-- A hefty amount of the coveted precious metal
- Mint State 62 (MS62) Condition– Showing no evidence of wear
- Professionally Certified and Graded -- Graded by PCGS or NGC, grading service is our choice
Because they're also heavy, these $10 Gold Indians were easily damaged in transport—nobody really cared at the time. So finding one so close to the condition it was in the day it left the mint makes this $10 Gold Indian coin a real prize, and a great addition to your collection as an individual coin.
Every year these popular gold coins get harder and harder to find. By securing yours today, you can avoid future disappointment and the uncertainty of future supplies and prices. Order yours now!
|Mint Name||U.S. Mint|
|Coin Weight||16.7 Grams - g|