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$10 Indian gold coins, MS65
Extreme scarcity, excellent value 

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Basis: gold @ $1,297.07 -- Updated: 09/22/2017
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$10 Indian gold coins, MS65 Obverse $10 Indian gold coins, MS65 Reverse

$10 Indian gold coins in gem-quality Mint State 65 offer excellent value in today's market and are one of our favorites. They combine extreme scarcity, large gold content, and moderate prices to create a superb value in classic gold coins.

Designed by the world famous American sculptor Augustus Saint-Gaudens, who also created the coveted Saint-Gaudens $20 double eagle that bears his name, $10 Indians feature a classic portrait of Liberty in a Native American war bonnet on the obverse and a majestic American Eagle on the reverse.

Extreme scarcity, excellent value

Minted from 1907 to 1933, $10 Indians were produced by the millions but almost all were heavily used as currency. Specimens in MS65 are extremely scarce today--four times as scarce as MS64 specimens. Out of an original mintage of nearly 15 million, only 7,431 survivors are known in gem-quality Mint State 65 condition (PCGS + NGC, 9/18/2017).

This extreme scarcity can mean much higher premiums during periods of peak demand. In 1989, during the last rare coin boom, they traded dealer-to-dealer for $15,750.

Unlike most forms of gold bullion, they are exempt from broker reporting requirements.

Key Benefits

Only 7,431 coins survive in certified MS65. This extreme scarcity can mean much higher premiums during periods of increased demand.
Previous market high of $15,750 in 1989.* Combines reasonable prices with large upside potential.
Private, secure, and liquid. Unlike most forms of gold bullion, they are exempt from broker reporting requirements.

$10 Indian (MS65)


Minted: 1907 to 1933 (dates our choice)
Content: 0.48375 oz. pure gold
Size: 27 mm, reeded edge
Weight: 16.718 grams

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