1910 Ten Dollar Gold Indian Head Eagle coin

Discussion in 'What's it Worth' started by jesssss, Feb 5, 2011.

  1. jesssss

    jesssss New Member

    Details:
    Philadelphia Mint
    90% Gold 10% Copper
    27mm in Diameter
    Edged with Stars instead of Reeds
    Only 318,500 were Minted
    Comes in Plastic Protector
    Rolled Edge
    No Periods after E. Pluribus. Unum.
    Obverse Displays Lady Liberty garbed in a Native American War Bonnet
    Reverse Displays American Eagle in prose perched on a bunch of arrows wrapped in Olive Branch
    Obverse and Reverse designed by A ugustus Saint-Gaudens between 1905 and 1907

    just curious what this coin is worth ?
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  3. Mark14

    Mark14 Star Wide Receiver

    for stuff like this we need pictures so we can accurately grade the coin
  4. desertgem

    desertgem MODERATOR Senior Errer Collecktor Moderator

    Photos of each side would be necessary, but they are beautiful coins and unless ill treated, they should be worth a premium over the nearly 1/2 ounce of gold.

    Welcome to the forum!

    Jim
  5. FishyOne

    FishyOne New Member

    We need to know what the coin grades but these are usually worth $750 at a minimum.
  6. jesssss

    jesssss New Member

    this is exactly what the coin looks like

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  7. FishyOne

    FishyOne New Member

    $800 would be a rough value estimate for the pictured coin.
  8. desertgem

    desertgem MODERATOR Senior Errer Collecktor Moderator

    To be closer, the photo of the actual coin being discussed is necessary. The photo above is a 1910-S and not a 1910 P as mentioned in the original post. If you are experienced enough to grade the coin, there are several sites that can give a rough estimate. If not, then when you get a good photo, we can give it our best shot.

    Jim
  9. johnny54321

    johnny54321 aspiring numismatist

    I agree with desertgem. Subtle difference in the strike, luster, abrasions etc...can makes thousands of dollars in value difference, and a stock photo of a different coin won't help determine the difference. We can give you a baseline value of around $700 or so at minimum if genuine, but it will be your specific coin that determines how much more above $700 it's going to be worth. Getting a TPG grade will ultimately make it marketble as such.

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