Nearly 2.5 million $10 gold pieces (or eagles) were struck at the Philadelphia Mint in 1894. The country was rebounding from the depression of 1893, and trust in paper money was severely limited. The preferred currency was coinage with real intrinsic value, such as a Liberty Head eagle containing nearly half an ounce of fine gold. The classic Liberty Head design graced America`s $10 gold pieces from 1838 to 1907, and is in great demand among collectors today.
- Mint: Philadelphia
- Product Type: Single Products
- Denomination: $10 - Eagle
- Year: 1894