Buy $10 MS-63 Liberty Gold Eagle Coin (NGC or PCGS) - Random Year at the Lowest Prices Online.
183 years ago, the United States Mint struck the first-ever $10 Liberty Gold Eagle coin, making it a top-rated coin among collectors due to its rich history and timeless value. This current coin is offered in many different grades, and SD Bullion is proud to offer our customers many different variations of such a beautiful coin. The $10 MS-63 Liberty Gold Eagle Coin is graded professionally by both NGC or PCGS and offered at SD Bullion for the lowest prices today!
This coin displays a classic design by Christian Gobrecht, the third Chief Engraver for the U.S. Mint at the time of its design. The obverse face showcases Lady Liberty’s portrait with thirteen stars surrounding her head. This face also features the year of mintage. Because these are random year coins, they could feature any year from 1838 through 1907, the last year of mintage. Their limited mintage as well as their old age both contribute to their highly desirable nature.
The reverse face features Gobrecht’s design of the U.S. Bald eagle with a shield over its chest. The eagle holds arrows and an olive branch. The words of “United States of America” are inscribed into the coin’s edges as well as the denomination of $10.
Both NGC and PCGS, the top two grading companies globally, have classified this specific coin as an MS-63 grade, meaning that the coin is an average or weak strike with moderate marks or hairlines. The $10 Liberty Gold Eagle coin is encapsulated in an acrylic slab and features a sticker from NGC or PCGS, denoting the grade and the grading company.
This coin is guaranteed to add value to any collection, as it includes 0.4838 troy ounces of gold and a .900 purity. The coin attributes its beauty to our rich American history. Secure your pre-33 gold piece from SD Bullion today!
The coins in this listing all have the Mint State 63 certification from NGC or PCGS. They all have been professionally graded and holdered by their respective certifier. The protective plastic slab the coin comes in certifies its Mint State grade. These slabs are subject to light abrasion marks, chips, and scuffs with normal wear on them. These marks do not at all hinder the Mint State of the coin assigned to it by NGC or PCGS and they do not devalue the slabbed coin in any way.