Over 1.8 million Liberty Head $10 gold pieces (or eagles) were struck at the Philadelphia Mint in 1893. This sizeable quantity met the coinage needs and desires of many Americans in the 1890's who were distrustful of paper currency. The best alternative was coinage with significant intrinsic value, such as $10 and $20 gold pieces. The 1893 Liberty Head eagles bear a classic design featuring Liberty on the obverse, and an eagle with a shield on the reverse.
- Mint: Philadelphia
- Product Type: Single Products
- Denomination: $10 - Eagle
- Year: 1893