Eagle Type Set (1795-1933) Current Finest List
The Eagle, or $10 Gold Piece was originally the highest denomination coin struck by the United States. With a history that dates back almost to the beginning of U.S. coinage, this great coin has been a favorite of collectors for many years. The early issues featured a Draped Bust of a capped Liberty. The original design featured a small eagle on the reverse, and that remains the key to this set. The original design of the well-known $10 Liberty struck in 1838 and 1839 is also one of the keys and top grade examples are quite scarce and desirable. Finally, the two of the early $10 Indians, struck in 1907 are also more than a challenge and top grade examples run well into six figures. Proofs and circulation strikes may be used in this set, but most of the pre-1858 Proofs are prohibitively rare and expensive.
Notes: This set has bonuses. Please see the Set Composition for a listing.
|Rank||Set Name||% Complete||GPA Weighted||Set Rating||User|
|1||D. L. Hansen Eagle Type Set 2017 2018 2019||100.00%||65.45||65.45|
|2||The Good Collection||66.67%||59.78||29.08|
|3||Gavazzi 'Baffe' I||55.56%||58.00||23.51|
|4||The Cumberland Valley Collection||55.56%||55.07||22.32|
|6||The Hoosier Collection||44.44%||51.25||11.08|
|7||Brian Jones Collection||33.33%||60.63||06.55|
|11||Jesh's Eagle Type Set (1795-1933)||22.22%||67.00||03.62|
|13||Bear Creek Collection||22.22%||63.00||03.41|
|18||Numistat - Eagle Type Set (1795-1933)||11.11%||62.00||01.68|
|23||1 The RJ||11.11%||58.00||01.57|