$10 Liberty Type Eagle Gold Coin
The $10 Liberty Head Eagle Gold Coin came about after the $10 coinage recommenced in 1838. This is when we began to see the first of the Liberty Head type coins, though the portrait was slightly altered in 1839.
There are 3 types of the $10 Liberty Head Gold Coin. The 1838-1839 (Type 1) coins do not have the motto “In God We Trust” on the reverse side of the coin and the portrait’s ear is covered by her hair. The Coins Minted 1839-1866 (Type 2) do not have the motto “In God We Trust”, and the portrait’s ear is visible. The Coins Minted 1866-1907 (Type 3) have the motto “In God We Trust” and the portrait with the uncovered ear. There has never been a completed set of Uncirculated $10 Liberty Head pieces since the early varieties are extremely rare and virutally impossible to find in a preserved state. It is 90% content of gold or 21.6 karats and is alloyed with copper. It has a diameter of 27 mm and a thickness of 2.03 mm. The coin was designed by Christian Gobrecht.
What we buy
At California Gold and Silver Exchange we specialize in United States gold coins especially, $10 Liberty Head gold coins. Some customers have the coins in plastic coin flips to protect the coins. Other customers have their gold coins in hard plastic holder from a secondary grading company, usually PCGS or NGC. These coins At California Gold and silver Exchange we buy both types of $20 Double Eagle Coins. We use up date pricing with all the coins we buy. Rest assured you are getting the most competitive prices for your gold coins. Please don’t hesitate to give us a call with any questions you have. You can call us at 909-985-4653, or send us an email at [email protected]
Other Gold Coins
The $20 St. Gaudens Gold Coin was produced after the $20 Liberty Gold Coin and is also very popular. Other United States gold Coins we purchase are the $20 Liberty, $10 Indian Head, $5 Liberty, $5 Indian Head, $2.50 Liberty, $2.50 Indian, and $1.00 Liberty Head, Type 1, 2, and 3. Another popular coin produced during this time period were the Morgan and Peace Silver Dollars.