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    Pre-33 $10 Liberty Gold Eagle (XF)

    First released in 1838, the Liberty Gold Eagle was the second of the $10 Half Eagle Coin to be produced by the US Mint. It enjoyed a circulation period of approximately 69 years. Because its mintage preceded the 1933 cessation of gold currency, the Liberty Gold Eagle possesses a 90.0% purity that exceeds most present day coins. Such exceptional composition makes it a valuable bullion piece to not only collectors, but also investors wishing to aug... Read More

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    Pre-33 $10 Liberty Gold Eagle Coin (VF)

    The Liberty Gold Eagle was produced by the US Mint from 1838-1907. It was the second of the $10 Gold Eagle Coins. Because its mintage period occurred prior to 1933, The Liberty Gold Eagle would be among one of the last pieces of US currency to be minted from genuine gold. Consequently, its purity of 90.0% has made it a highly sought-after investment piece for both investors and collectors. All Indian Gold Eagles featured in this collection have b... Read More

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    Pre-33 $10 Liberty Gold Eagle Coin (AU)

    The Liberty Gold Eagle was first released in 1838 as the second of the $10 Gold Eagle Coins. It continued to enjoy circulation for nearly seven decades until 1907. As one of the few pieces of currency to be minted prior to the 1933 cessation of gold coinage, the Liberty Gold Eagle boasts an exceptional gold purity of 90.0% that makes it quite valuable both in terms of financial merit and historical significance. Further enhancing the value of thi... Read More

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    Pre-33 $10 Liberty Gold Eagle Coin MS62 (PCGS or NGC)

    The Gold Eagle was the first-ever gold coin issued by the United States Mint and originated in 1792 when Congress passed the Coinage Act of 1792. This act established the US Mint and set the parameters for the production and issuance of new American coinage. The Gold Eagle Series was the first circulation gold coin issued by the United States and featured a base value of $... Read More

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    Pre-33 $10 Indian and Liberty Gold Eagle 2-Coin Set (AU+)

    Within the US Half Eagle Series of $5 gold coins, the two most unique designs were the Liberty head and Indian Head issues. The final two issues in the collection, each had a distinctive history that makes it worthy of any gold buyers’ collection. Right now, Pre-33 $5 Indian and Liberty Gold Eagle 2-Coin Sets are available to purchase online from JM Bullion. Coin Set ... Read More

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    Pre-33 $10 Liberty Gold Eagle 4-Coin Set (1838-1899, AU+)

    After the United States of America established its independence from the United Kingdom, one of the first coins ever issued by the new United States Mint was the US Eagle. This term was used to refer to a series of gold coin denominations issued, with “Eagle” referring to a $10 denomination. These coins remain some of the most popular with American gold collectors and ... Read More

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    Pre-33 $10 Liberty Gold Eagle Coin (MS63, PCGS or NGC)

    Prior to 1933, the United States Mint issued gold coins for use in circulation. The longest-running coin series in US history was known as the Gold Eagle, issued by the mint from 1795 to 1933 when the administration of President...... Read More

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    Pre-33 $10 Liberty Gold Eagle Coin (MS65, PCGS or NGC)

    The U.S. Mint started producing $10 Liberty Gold Eagle Coins in 1838. Almost 70 years later, in 1907, these coins stopped production. The Liberty Gold Eagle was the second design for $10 Gold Eagles. Since it was minted before the cessation of gold currency in... Read More

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    $10 Liberty Gold Eagles Online

    The US Mint has long produced some of the most sought after gold coins in the world. In fact, when they were producing gold coins throughout much of the mid-19th century, few other mints were doing the same. Of the many gold coins produced during that era, the $10 Liberty Head Gold Eagle is one of the perennial favorites. This coin boasts an extremely high level of purity, so much so that it is still just as valuable as an investment vehicle as it is a collector’s item. The rarity of these coins increases daily, so there is no sense in waiting to get your hands on these beautifully crafted US Mint Pre-1933 coins.

    Liberty Head Design

    Christian Gobrecht’s famous Liberty Head design is found on a number of coins produced by the US Mint around the same time of the California Gold Rush. The coin’s obverse features the profile image of Lady Liberty, her hair loosely curled and adorned with an elegant coronet. The Lady’s coronet is inscribed with the word “Liberty” while 13 stars, said to represent the 13 original US colonies, line the outer edge of the coin’s obverse. The year in which the coin was minted is indicated underneath the image of Lady Liberty.

    The coin’s reverse is a derivative of the Great Seal of the United States. It depicts an American eagle clutching both an olive branch and arrows in its talon and sporting a shield across its chest. Above the eagle is a banner which reads “In God We Trust.” The outer edges of the reverse side lay claim to a “United States of America” inscription as well as the $10 face value.

    History

    Like so many gold coins produced by the US Mint, the $10 Liberty Head Gold Eagle came as a result of the Coinage Act of 1792. Despite this, the first $10 Liberty was not minted until 1838. Shortly after it was minted it became clear that this particular coin was a favorite of the American public; it clearly still is.

    The coin retained more or less the same design for a majority of its being minted, though in 1866 the banner above the eagle’s head reading, “In God We Trust” was added due to popular demand in the wake of the American Civil War. This was a key addition to the coin and is one that can still be found on American currency today. The coin was eventually replaced in 1907, however, with the introduction of the $10 Indian Head Gold Eagle.

    Availability & Packaging

    The last $10 Liberty Head Gold Eagle may have made its way out of a US Mint facility for the last time more than 100 years ago, but the coin is still as relevant as ever. Its high (90%) gold content makes it a rational acquisition for investors while its age and rarity make it something most collectors can’t resist. Regardless of why you are a prospective buyer of this coin, the one thing needed to be understood is that these coins are not getting any less rare. With such limited quantities available, and quantities growing more limited by the day, it should come as no surprise when these coins sell out quickly.

    When you purchase our $10 Liberty Head Gold Eagle coins, your package will be shipped for free and will also be insured against damage or loss. All certified coin editions will be dispatched in their certified plastic slabs while all other coins will be carefully placed in a protective vinyl coin flip. If you have any questions about our selection of $10 Liberty Gold Eagles or any other products, feel free to give us a call at 800-276-6508. You can also send us an email, or even take advantage of our live chat feature.