Liberty Head $10 Gold Date Set, Circulation Strikes (1838-1907)

Number of
Required Items
70
Current Finest
Possible Set Rating
63.652
A Date set of $10 Liberties is not an extraordinarily difficult set, by virtue of the fact that during nearly all of their run, multiple mints were striking them each year. This allows the Registry participant a choice of coins for most years. For example the 1875-P $10 is an incredible rarity, but the 1875-CC, while quite scarce, can be had for a fraction of the price. That said, the early issues (1838 and 1839) were struck only in Philadelphia, and are a unique type. The late Civil War years (1863-65) are also tough, as are a short run of dates in the mid-1870s (1875-77) when it appears that nearly all of the gold output from the Philadelphia mint was being devoted to Double Eagles.

All-Time Finest (All Eras)

Rank Set Name % Complete GPA Weighted Set Rating User
1 Harry W. Bass 100.00% R 60.36 60.36
2 EllenD 2007 2008 2009 2010 100.00% R 59.73 59.73
3 D.L. Hansen Collection 2017 2018 2019 98.57% 60.71 59.37
D.
4 Louis Eliasberg 100.00% R 55.11 55.11
5 Smithsonian National Numismatic Collection 100.00% R 54.18 54.18

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Current Finest

Rank Set Name % Complete GPA Weighted Set Rating User
1 D.L. Hansen Collection 2017 2018 2019 98.57% 60.71 59.37
D.
2 rmb 80.00% 53.88 36.02
rmb
3 Goldfinger's Set 65.71% 52.52 24.08
4 tacenterprises 51.43% 47.51 20.21
5 Yearly Liberty Gold 47.14% 55.53 16.87
6 The Missouri Set 48.57% 56.16 15.20
7 Jesse's $10 Eagle Date Set 31.43% 62.15 09.27
8 GregM 15.71% 56.02 07.12
9 TMAE 10.00% 53.69 03.86
10 The Sandlapper Collection 15.71% 37.53 03.32
11 Numerius Negidius 1.43% 30.00 00.50