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1861 $10 MS61 PCGS #8633

1861 Liberty Eagle MS61 { PCGS-5 }. Ample original luster bathes both sides of this mint state example of a mid-century eagle with no motto. From the early days of Abraham Lincoln's presidency, this piece survived two World Wars and the Great Depression avoiding the pitfalls of circulation.

1899 $10 MS67 PCGS #8742

1899 Gold $10 Liberty MS67 { PCGS-5 } (Oct'2018) - Finest Known 1/0 – Incredible mar-free golden fields cover both sides offsetting the well struck and equally pristine devices. Struck in the waning years of the Victorian Era this late nineteenth century gem exudes intense luster over the entirety of its exceptionally clean surfaces presenting an amazing state of preservation for coins of this era. The quantity of eagles to reach this exceptional grade or higher is limited to about two dozen specimens, and the bulk of these belong to the twentieth century.

1907 $10 Wire Edge MS64 PCGS #8850

1907 Indian Eagle (Wire Edge - High Relief) MS64 { PCGS-5 }. Uniform light yellow-gold color bathes both sides of this eagle with satiny surfaces. The fields are clean and free of any noticeable marks. The strike is strong particularly in the center on the Indian and Eagle. The natural luster combined with the high-relief devices bring the Indian and Eagle to life.

1799 $10 Large Stars Obverse AU50 PCGS #8562

1799 Gold $10 Flowing Hair (Eagle) AU50 { PCGS-2 } (Apr'2002) Eighteenth century OGH gold eagle from time when John Adams was POTUS; this piece of history has nice details with 'old-gold' flavor. A very nice strike graces this problem-free gold eagle, with terrific details, uniform wear and no problem marks.

1799 $10 Large Stars Obverse AU50 PCGS #8562

1799 Gold $10 Flowing Hair (Eagle) AU50 { PCGS-2 } (Apr'2002) Eighteenth century OGH gold eagle from time when John Adams was POTUS; this piece of history has nice details with 'old-gold' flavor. A very nice strike graces this problem-free gold eagle, with terrific details, uniform wear and no problem marks.

1799 $10 Large Stars Obverse AU50 PCGS #8562

1799 Gold $10 Flowing Hair (Eagle) AU50 { PCGS-2 } (Apr'2002) Eighteenth century OGH gold eagle from time when John Adams was POTUS; this piece of history has nice details with 'old-gold' flavor. A very nice strike graces this problem-free gold eagle, with terrific details, uniform wear and no problem marks.

1907 $10 No Motto MS66 PCGS #8852

1907 Gold $10 Liberty (No Motto) MS66 { PCGS-3 } (Nov'2007) PQ Gem of this briefly produced gold type coin. The fields are exceptionally preserved, and the devices are also impressively smooth. Boldly struck aside from a hint of merging on the front talon of the back claw. The date has only a trace of strike doubling. A shimmering green-gold beauty from the first year of this attractive series. President Roosevelt opposed the inclusion of IN GOD WE TRUST, since money can be used for any purpose. Congress saw the matter differently.

1907 $10 No Motto MS66 PCGS #8852

1907 Gold $10 Liberty (No Motto) MS66 { PCGS-3 } (Nov'2007) PQ Gem of this briefly produced gold type coin. The fields are exceptionally preserved, and the devices are also impressively smooth. Boldly struck aside from a hint of merging on the front talon of the back claw. The date has only a trace of strike doubling. A shimmering green-gold beauty from the first year of this attractive series. President Roosevelt opposed the inclusion of IN GOD WE TRUST, since money can be used for any purpose. Congress saw the matter differently.

1907 $10 No Motto MS66 PCGS #8852

1907 Gold $10 Liberty (No Motto) MS66 { PCGS-3 } (Nov'2007) PQ Gem of this briefly produced gold type coin. The fields are exceptionally preserved, and the devices are also impressively smooth. Boldly struck aside from a hint of merging on the front talon of the back claw. The date has only a trace of strike doubling. A shimmering green-gold beauty from the first year of this attractive series. President Roosevelt opposed the inclusion of IN GOD WE TRUST, since money can be used for any purpose. Congress saw the matter differently.

1932 $10 MS63 PCGS #8884

1932 Eagle MS63 { PCGS-3 } (Mar'1969) Nice fields, plenty of luster, nearly mark-free; and a 10th grade birthday present to boot. This was the final year for this series, released for general circulation, prior to the legislation that shifted the United States from the gold-standard to the silver-standard.

1932 $10 MS63 PCGS #8884

1932 Eagle MS63 { PCGS-3 } (Mar'1969) Nice fields, plenty of luster, nearly mark-free; and a 10th grade birthday present to boot. This was the final year for this series, released for general circulation, prior to the legislation that shifted the United States from the gold-standard to the silver-standard.

1932 $10 MS63 PCGS #8884

1932 Eagle MS63 { PCGS-3 } (Mar'1969) Nice fields, plenty of luster, nearly mark-free; and a 10th grade birthday present to boot. This was the final year for this series, released for general circulation, prior to the legislation that shifted the United States from the gold-standard to the silver-standard.