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US Coins539 of 649$5 United States Indian Gold Pieces 1908-1933North American Avation Anniversay Token
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Posted 3 years ago

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bahamaboy
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This is two of several that I own. This was the last style $10 gold coin made by the U.S. mint. In 1907 coins were minted at the start, without the motto "In God We Trust". On the reverse of this "1st year of issue" 1907 ten above (tail side with the eagle) in pic number two, you will notice that the motto was missing to the left of the eagle's breast. In the second coin example dated 1914, look at pic number four, you will see that motto located again, to the left of the reverse eagle's breast. The coins minted for this series starting in 1907 had examples of that year "without" the motto which were struck before the public outcry, and also coins dated 1907 that had the motto. All United States coins minted after this period "ALL" carry that famous motto. Even today...

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  1. ncky7, 3 years ago
    how much is this worth , now with gold at $1475, an ounce?
  2. VikingFan82 VikingFan82, 3 years ago
    the 2012 red book has them listed as $800 in the worst condition.
  3. bahamaboy bahamaboy, 3 years ago
    These two coins are encapsulated and graded by respectable third party graders of PCGS & NGC. In the degree of mint state that these are, the coin on the left is worth today about $1900. The coin on the right has a value today of of close to the same $2000 figure. Both VikingFan82 and EbayMan are correct in their figures from the spot price of gold and the values in the "Red Book". The best way to determine a coins value such as these graded examples is to refer to the Gray Sheet, which is a numismatic price guide that comes out weekly. And to stay on top of the latest prices on graded coins, this piece of reference material is the one to use.

    I will go on to say, and for the record that I will give $800 for every one of these Indians like the two you see here, all day and all night, any time one would want to sell. They (the $10 Indian minted from 1907 through 1932) are some of the most collectible of any gold coin series and probably carry the highest premiums above the actual spot price of the metal itself.

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