Now you can own a prized first-year 1906-D Half Eagle born of America's last great gold rush! When the Denver Mint opened in 1906 and began striking coins from Cripple Creek ore, Liberty Head $10 gold pieces were coming to an end. So this design was struck at the fledgling mint for just two years – 1906 and 1907 – before its replacement by Indian Head coinage in 1908. Only 981,000 1906-D gold eagles were struck, and today, survivors are less plentiful than other dates and mints. The beautiful coins offered here are nicely preserved and display all the original design details and much of the original mint luster.
Your 90% gold coin has been hand selected by our experts for quality and eye appeal. Order now to own this first-year Denver gold piece – a cherished reminder of America's gold legacy – but hurry, supplies are strictly limited!
- Mint: Denver
- Product Type: Single Products
- Denomination: $10 - Eagle
- Year: 1906