1913 Indian Head $10 Gold


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If you dream of owning a Saint-Gaudens piece, here's your "golden" opportunity! These stunning Indian Head gold eagles feature his artistic styling and detail. But were it not for a twist of fate, this design could have been America's "new" Indian Head cent…

Originally based on Augustus Saint-Gaudens' Victory sculpture featured in New York's General Sherman monument, President Roosevelt requested the olive wreath encircling Liberty's head be replaced with a feathered headdress. And even though letters between the two men in early 1907 indicated this new design was intended for the cent, that same year it debuted as what would become America's final $10 Gold Eagle design. Minted from 1907-1932, the series came to an abrupt halt with 1933's Gold Recall Order – which saw many of Saint-Gaudens' golden masterpieces lost to the melting pots.

Now, make the dream of owning one of those coveted pieces a reality! The obverse of each 90% pure gold coin shows Liberty wearing a Native American headdress, while the reverse features an American eagle standing strong and proud. Your stunning $10 gold piece has been hand selected and graded About Uncirculated, AU-55. Meaning you'll enjoy nearly full mint luster, original design details and great eye appeal. We have only 8 of these beautiful coins available – so order today!