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1907-P 10 Dollar Gold Indian NGC/PCGS MS64
American Gold Masterpiece - Brought To You By A Rough Rider and A Sculptor!
One of the greatest coins in history was born when President Theodore Roosevelt sought out the greatest living American sculptor, Augustus Saint-Gaudens, and commissioned him to redesign the U.S. $10 Gold Eagle. Roosevelt thought our nation's gold coins needed to reflect the newly found power the United States had gained on the world stage. Working together, the two great men soon unveiled this stunning gold masterpiece: the Saint-Gaudens $10 Gold Eagle.
The coin features a bold Indian in a spectacular headdress and a defiant Eagle ready to fight. This first-year-of-issue $10 Gold Indian was struck at the Philadelphia Mint and grades Mint State-64 (MS64) by Numismatic Guaranty Corporation (NGC) or Professional Coin Grading Service (PCGS). Very few of the original mintage 1907 Saint-Gaudens $10 Indians have survived - they were ruthlessly melted in the 1930s - and only a tiny percentage have achieved this exalted status. Seize this opportunity to add this fabulous golden tour de force to your family's personal history. Future generations will thank you for it.
|Year of Issue||1907|
|Mint Name||Philadelphia - P, U.S. Mint|
|Coin Weight||16.7 Grams - g|